As a retired senior, I have become interested in family geneology and have been fairly sucessful in locating family history. I take grave photos when requested and have had several of my photo requests fulfilled.
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Any family member who views a close relatives file (parent, grandparent, great grandparent, or sibling) on findagrave and wishes to take control should contact me through the Edit tab on the findagrave memorial and I would be happy to transfer control to you.
Susan (Studybaker) Studebaker #45412719 Thank you for adding the following clarifying data for the above. Would also appreciate being credited for same, as is customary. Thank you, Sandra A. Studebaker, MSLS; SFNA Clement-line genealogist.
Susan StudYbaker (1829-1871), 1st wife of her 2nd cousin Henry StudEbaker (1828-1895), was the 4th of five daughters born to Samuel StudYbaker (1794-1837) and Lydia Leer (1798-1845). Samuel and Lydia had no sons, thus their daughters Esther, Elizabeth, Christina, Susan and Catherine are known to have helped their father in his gristmill on Stillwater Creek.
Duplicate cemeteries You entered a cemetery that you named St. Joseph Center, in Tipton county, Indiana in 2013. I entered this cemetery in 2008 under its proper name the Sisters of Saint Joseph Cemetery.