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|I am not like some people that I have ran into in my many years of digging up my family, If I have something that is of help to you please let me know, I transf. all to family that have asked me as of this date. My only hope is that everyone is able to grab and hold their loved ones and show the world their blood line. I feel for those people that do not feel as I do and share their information and transf the blood line to people so they are able to add information and so forth.|
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|Brigette Jones||Noble Ellis in Park Cemetery Greenfield, IN|
Just had some relatives of this gentleman come into the Riley Home in Greenfield today, and received some wonderful images from them.
However, in doing some investigating - I have found that Noble Ellis - died in Lafayette - based on the newspaper articles that I found. You have him as Lafayette Township in Allen county as place of death. This should be corrected to Lafayette in Tippecanoe County, IN.
Brigette Cook Jones
|Lisa Townsley||Homer Mosher|
There is no marker or stone for Homer. It may have been one of those that was damaged by vandals.
|Cindy Allen Bertino||James Nathan Hoyt|
Do you happen to have any proof/documents of who James Natha Hoyt's parents are? He is buried in Mt Olive Cemetery in St. Joseph Champaign Co., IL with wife Sarah Hoss. I believe James died in Kansas? Do you happen to have death certificate on him?
|Rachelle Murray||RE:John & Ellen Klingel|
Did they have any children?
What is Ellen's maiden name?
Who are her parents?
Whatever you have on Johns parents.
When were Ellen & John married & where?
Thank you for the help.
Are you related to them? If so how?
John is through the Burkholders for me.
|Rachelle Murray||John and Ellen Klingel|
I am a distint cousin to John. I was wondering if you have any more information on either of them. Or on their parents. Thanks
|rotogo||Homer H Mosher|
Hi Tresa, I have gotten the photos from the other requests from the Moliene Cemetery but unfortunately can not find this one yet. I will get some help and keep looking.
Added by rotogo on Mar 22, 2014 9:44 PM
|larry gifford||RE: John S. Haynes|
He is definitely buried in Prairie View. There isn't another stone any where near his either, so if his wife is there, there isn't any stone. You couldn't possibly tell me where Long Creek cemetery is. The museum has no listing for it and the Find A Grave request doesn't give a location for it either. Thanks
|larry gifford||John S. Haynes|
I don't know how to go about this, but the memorial 53102511 (John S. Haynes) is listed as being buried in Long Creek cemetery. I was over there today and looking for a Find A Grave request and I ended up in Prairie View cemetery. The same exact headstone is also in Prairie View cemetery memorial 114417478. the Coffey county museum also lists him as being buried in Prairie View. I didn't find any listing of a Long Creek cemetery in the museum either. I am confused to say the least. Thanks
|Kyle Abbott||RE: Clinton Mosher|
|Kyle Abbott||RE: Clinton Mosher|
I'm sorry Tresa, I didn't look out there under another cemetery. I know you have him loaded as being in Cedar Creek but he is buried in Moline Cemetery. Can you update that. I also caused you to add a duplicate entry. I'm sorry. I can go ahead and load the pictures but I wanted to make sure the cemetery was updated.
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