My husband, Larry and I have been married for 39 years. We have 3 wonderful children & 4 beautiful grandchildren. I am addicted to roaming around in cemeteries and working on mine and my husbands family trees! I find cemeteries to be peaceful and full of history, so it didn't take me long to get hooked. I was bitten by the genealogy bug about 15 years ago and visiting cemeteries has been a huge part of finding our families roots. Larry has been a great sport about going with me even though he would MUCH rather be golfing!!!
"It is indeed a desirable thing to be well descended, but the glory belongs to our ancestors."
RE: Chandlerville Cemetery Thank for responding I looked online only 700 people in Chandlerville probably won't be that hard to locate the cemetery. My fear is that there are more residents in the cemetery than the town.
Chandlerville Cemetery Hi, I will be visiting about an hour away from Chandlerville in a couple of weeks and thought I would take some time to visit my Great Grandparents. I know that both sets of GG are in Chandlerville Cemetery but I don't know where the cemetery is. I have looked online but I can't find any useful information. Also, is there an office or record holder that I might be able to contact beforehand so that I have an idea of where to look for them. In case you happen to know; their names are Hugh & Susan Blair and Harvey & Mary Force Thanks....Sherry Blair Frankenbach
June Baker grave I'm so sorry, there must have been a glitch in there somewhere yesterday, because I couldn't repeat it this morning. I have a man in my family tree named Granville Thompson. An Ancestry.com hint came up for him, and when I clicked on it, it took me to June Baker's findagrave memorial. I tried this several times with the same result. I finally got to Granville's true findagrave by going through his wife. Now, this morning, I tried to do this again so you could see what I was talking about, but it worked fine. So it must have been something that got worked out. Thanks for replying. Peggy Ray