|Bill Durham (#46825780)|
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Have been working on family genealogies since 1972.|
Member of the Borden Institute Historical Society.
Have nearly completed the cemeteries of Wood Twp., Clark Co., IN
Currently transcribing Clark Co., IN deaths 1882-1971 (as of 19 April 2014 I have completed 1882 - 1967)
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|MissingHim||RE: Frank Jenks|
Thanks, just seems odd. I know how easy it us to confuse two families eith thecsame names. Perhaps that is what happened here. Or, maybe one is a cenotaph.
|Janet||Indiana Death Certificates|
Ancestry.com now has photocopied Indiana Death Certificates on line for viewing from 1899-2011. This is a big help for genealogists.
Added by Janet on Jul 27, 2016 9:32 PM
|RDL||John & Sarah Campbell|
Thank you for transferring my Grandparents to me. Good luck in your search.
Added by RDL on Jul 24, 2016 12:56 PM
|Douge Doer||Duplicate memorials|
There are 2 memorials for Nancy McGill at Walnut Hill: 25562600 and 25562530.
|Amanda Bohm||Monroe Scott|
Any chance you could find the grave of Monroe Scott in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery in Borden? My Grandfather was John Greenleaf Scott, a teacher at Borden Institute, and I have been linking all the Scott family I can find on Find A Grave. Monroe is a missing link to tie together his wife Altheda Fordyce, their daughter Clara Ozena Scott, her husband Michael J. Endright, and their infant, all of whom I have identified of Find A Grave. There are 8 other children I have not yet attempted to find because I stopped when I couldn't find Monroe. But according to my notes, he must be there. He was a LDS pastor. Society of Indiana Pioneers lists his birth as March 15, 1852. Unfortunately, I did not annotate my source for his death, but I have 4 Nov 1902, Borden, buried Pleasant Ridge. Thanks for your help!!
|Marsha Baker||Mary J Robinson|
Thank you for making the family link.
Marsha Cramer Baker
|Nurrah Owens||Transfer of Sarah Nale|
Thank you very much for the transfer, she's the furthest out direct female ancestor I have found (so far!).
|cardfan42||RE: William Asbury Burr|
Thank you. My grandmother was a Burr and William A. Burr was her grandfather. I would love to hear from Mr. Tackett.
|cardfan42||William Asbury Burr|
I was looking at the information you have for William Asbury Burr. William Burr is my great great grandfather. Can you tell me where you got his birth records (parent's names)? I see you mention a book in the records. Can you enlighten me? I have recently lost my grandmother (this was her grandfather) and she never knew anything about him so I have very little to go from. Thank you.
|Nancy Coffey||Grace B Stephens Harvey #121283068|
Thank you! That was exactly what I needed.
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