|G.B. Shamblin (#46867812)|
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Born in Greenfield Indiana in 1960 to Jack and Evelyn(Greene)Shamblin(later Evelyn McDonald and Carr). Father and Mother divorced and father remarried & still living in Greenfield Indiana with my stepmother Dona J. Shamblin(Brooks). I grew up in London Indiana and I reside in New Palestine Indiana. Graduated from Vincennes University 1980 with an Associates Degree in Law Enforcement with a minor in Psychology and Graduated from the University of Indianapolis 1987 with a major in Criminal Justice and currently a Field Officer with Hancock County Community Corrections. I was married 1 time to Kathy H. (Moore) Shamblin, the wonderful mother of my 3 boys Brad, Gregory and Steven. I have always been intrigued by final resting places of those who tread this earth as we do now and giving the proper respect to them and their families, friends and fans. I have tried to pay it forward by taking up the hobby & fascination of being a volunteer on this site and enjoying the ability to help others with visual memories & knowledge of their loved ones final resting places.|
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|Pamela Thompson||RE: Ida and William Alford|
I appreciate you searching for these Alford-Martin graves and documenting the situation. I linked Ida to her parents and made a note on William's memorial about the possibility of them being buried in the Martin plot in unmarked graves. Maybe the cemetery records will confirm this!
Pamela Alford Thompson (Find A Grave #47195155)
Obituaries Project Manager, Alford American Family Association
|Lynn (Luniw) Demytruk||Pearl Winslow|
Thank-you for the photo.
I see you are related to Shamblin people. I am not related directly, however Margaret Shamlin, daughter of George Shamblin & Sarah Haskins married John Locher. They had a daughter named Harriet. You will find her on Find A Grave listed under Harriet Hetzel (died in CA). My husband is related to the Hetzel line only through his stepmother, Alice Hetzel.
Thank you for walking the entire cemetery. I really appreciate it. Due to the age the headstones are most likely long gone.
Added by M.Hix on Nov 03, 2013 4:09 PM
|Carolina Grave Hunter||Gurney Smith|
Thank you for trying so hard to locate his stone for me.
I greatly appreciate the hard work!!!
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||RE: Davis Photos|
Thank you again. The deterioration in these stones demonstrates how important photo volunteers are -- at least we can see in part, what it once looked like.
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||Davis Photos|
Thank you so much, but it was sad to see how little is left of the stones.
|Diane L. Teague Webb||Holding|
Thank you Greg for taking the effort to see
if there was a tombstone for the two Holding
Sorry we "struck out" on them. I was hoping to verify dates of birth and death information from a tombstone.
Diane L. Webb
Thank you so much for taking the time to take the pictures of Glen's headstone. I really appreciate it.
Added by KKoch on Sep 01, 2013 10:24 AM
|Janet McColley Franklin||Rodney Smith|
Thank you for putting Rod's photo on his memorial, we were classmates. He was such a tormentor LOL.
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