|Janet Ketchum Armbrust (#46868268)|
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|Born in Chicago, Cook Co., IL; graduate of De Pauw University, Greencastle, IN. Family historian and genealogical researcher since 1976, first in CO, secondly in WA and currently in NV. Compiler of two family histories; "Love is Love Forevermore, the Descendants of William and Euphemia (Jackson) Braden of Decatur Co., IN" (1985, Mount Vernon, WA) and "A Gathering of Ketchum Kindred, the Descendants of Benjamin and Rhoda (Benn) Ketchum of Decatur Co., IN." (1990, Mount Vernon, WA).|
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|patricia hook||Ketchum book|
would it be possible to get another copy of the Ketchum book you wrote.
|patricia hook||Frank Richard Ketchum jobs|
I am daughter of Frank.
Dad first was a surveyor after war.
then worked in as a carpenter most of his life
before working at BCA in Greensburg. He also farmed for years white being a carpenter. He lived most of his life after the war in Osgood, Ripley county.
|kartwil||William & Euphemia (Jackson) Braden|
I am a decendant of William and Euphemia through their son Jackson and Jackson's daughter Elizabeth (Braden-Miers=Stafford) I am hoping to locate a copy of the book you published on them.
thank you for your time
Added by kartwil on Jun 11, 2015 11:59 AM
|Donna Skinner Shuey||Richard Rogers|
Thanks for the information you provided on Richard Rogers.
|Paul Shaw||RE: Edith Teter|
|Richard Churchill LeRoy||Geneva's parents and grandparents|
I added the information you suggested as a note. Is this a direct ancestor of yours? If so I can transfer the memorial to you.
|Rob M||Tanner Photo|
You are welcome. I also added all the family members who buried with him. Let me know if you can't find them in the database.
Added by Rob M on Mar 24, 2015 8:17 PM
Corrected, thanks, would you like her transferred to your care? geraldine
|Russell Wilhoit||james d, Braden|
Hi Janet.i am working a grave registration book for Decatur county, for all civil war soldiers,trying to prove weather James D Braden, 1847-1887,buried in Milford was a soldier in CW, according to some sources he was, but i can not find out which unit he was in,would you happen to know? might not be your line.Thanks, Russell
Would you like me to transfer Elizabeth and Jesse Stafford to you? :-)
Added by AZ Susi on Feb 07, 2015 6:25 PM
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