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Dad's Side: Beasley, Cantrell [Cantrall], Christian, Church, Gordon, Kerfoot, Lawson, Long, Loveless [Lovelace], McClay, McClellan, Moore, Parks, Penrod, Polly, Reynolds, Rice, Rock [Rocke], Sellers, Shaw, Shockey [Schacke], Sparger, Sparks, Sproul, Stith, Tippin [Tipping], Van Hook and Wells. Mom's Side: Graham, Hulett, Thompson and Wilson [step-grandfather] Nydegger, [brother's side] Stingley. Children's Dad's Side: Foster, Grider, Keck, Livingood and Nutt [I always knew their dads side was a lil Nutty LOL]Grand Children's Mother's Side: Banta, Duddleston, Dyer, Foster, Martinez, Oliver, Pinkston and Shearer. This is my mom, my brother and my beautiful granddaughter's memorials please feel free to stop by and leave them a flower. Joyce Hulett Rock. Jeffery Lynn Stingley. My granddaughter was taken from us way too soon. The circumstances of her death are still unknown to us at this time. She will be forever engraved in my heart and soul. Mamaw loves you Chunkin.Skylar Mae FosterI am one of the many members of my family interested in Genealogy. As a little girl I enjoyed writing down all of my family members names and birth dates including cousins. I collected Funeral Cards and obits. I liked knowing everything. I started hardcore research in 2000 while living in Florida even though I was born and raised in Indiana. I am now back in Indiana and can further investigate my lines. My father has been researching prior to me for the last 40 or so years. I enjoy the interesting people I meet and the information that I find. I am a Mother of 3 and Grandmother of 6. Anyone wanting information on the lines that are directly linked to me can contact me through my message board here.I currently have about 27,000 names in my family tree, all connected to the Rock/Shockey, Loveless/Kerfoot Line which connect together through my grandparents. I am a descendant of John and Catherine McClellan Rock, Aaron and Nancy Sproul Gordon, Johann Cristoffel Schake [Shockey], John and Rachel Van Hook Loveless, George W Sr and Lucy Stith Kerfoot, William and Martha McClay Tippin and John H and Mary Long Sellers, Harrison and Mary Penrod Sparger, Jonathan B and Rebecca Reynolds Rice on my father's side and James and Eva Thompson Graham and Charles and Bertha Wilson Hulett on my mother's side.Most of the memorials that I have added are related to me somehow, however I have added a few Memorials for local Tippecanoe, Clinton, Boone, Benton and Warren Co, Indiana cemeteries. If you find a memorial that is from your line just ask and as long as I am not connected I will do transfers. To me its not about numbers...its about Family! I believe that everyone should be remember...whether they have a tombstone or not. I would like to eventually mark my family graves that do not have markers, even if its a small engraved stone...just something that says "Hey I was here. I lived my life and now I am gone. Do not forget me".PS. The picture is me at about 3 months. I was the first born granddaughter to Ina Mae Graham Nydegger and my dress said "Grandmas Little Sweetheart"|
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|Kay Walton||Photo of William Vaught's Gravestone|
I took random pictures at Tippecanoe Memory Gardens while putting flowers on family graves. I took a picture of William Vaught's gravestone and see it is not shown at his memorial. If you do not have this picture, I would be happy to email it to you.
|Tom||William and Susan Shockey Moon|
Please disregard previous message, I found my error. Thanks.
Added by Tom on May 21, 2016 10:05 AM
|Tom||William and Susan Shockey Moon|
I have a Levi S. Moon and Jane Dipprey Moon in my family. Levi's father is William Moon b unknown and susan Shockey Moon b unknown. Does your records show a Levi as a child of your William and Susanna Shockey Moon? Levi shows to be born abt 1847 in Ohio and was a Civil War Vet, private Co. H 128th Ohio volunteers Infantry...Discharged 13th July 1965 at Camp Chase Ohio....resident of Hannibal, MO.
Added by Tom on May 21, 2016 8:31 AM
|Peggy Bargen Duey||Find A Grave Changes|
A friend told me about this change a couple days after this was deployed. I have sent an edit/s to you so I thought maybe you didn't know about it. You might want to pass it on to your friends. thanks!!! ~Peggy
New "Automated" system for "Suggest a Correction/Submit an Edit"
New System for Memorial Edits deployed by FindAGrave on 12/5/2013
Go to your Contributor/Profile page. Look in the upper right corner. You should now see a tab called "Edits" - check there to see if any have been submitted to you. Then just review and accept.
Way easier for doing updates to names/dates/places/plot numbers/links. If you don't approve within 21 days it will automatically accept it.
You still will get e-mails to add info to bio section.
|Mary Ann Bumgarner||Thomas Reagan|
Thomas Reagan was a soldier in the Revolutionary War from Clinton Co., Indiana and should be added to your website. He is buried at Old Kirklin Cemetery. I have his history as I am his ggggggrand daughter.
Mary Ann Neal
|Nancy Wirth||Elizabeth Loveless (Lovelace)|
I'm looking for some connection between Elizabeth and her parents Joseph and Dorothy Rodger Loveless (Lovelace), Wills, birth, death, marriage with parents names, letters of administration. Any ideas?
|Susan Boyd||Charles Brent Ross|
He was buried at Arlington Cemetery, you mentioned a memorial but no mention of where he was buried. He was a cousin and I was at the service at Arlington with his parents and my parents.
|bob denman||Thomas Smith Denman|
Denmans Crossroads is in Ohio, Licking co, Perry twnsp, not Indiana
|Susie Eyster Parks||Parks?|
I am always interested when someone is researching Parks AND I have a George McClellan Parks in the mix so your McClellan certainly caught my eye! Do you have an ancestry or other tree to view? And, how fortunate you are to have a family and father who participate in genealogy!!!
|Charlotte Shockey||Berniece Shockey|
"While at play at her home, Bernice, the 4-year-old daughter of Nathan Shockey, living near Papinsville, was killed. The little girl was leaning against a gate which was suddenly opened, causing her to fall backwards on her head. Her neck was broken."
The Laclede Blade, 9 Apr 1915
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