|Julia Young (#46937322)|
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I am 67 years old with a love for family research|
that started about 12 years ago. I come from a family of 12 children and was #7 in line of birth plus the first girl born to my mother. There are only 9 of us living now, spread out in several states from one coast to the other. Find A Grave has been a true help to me in my research and anyone who downloads names, dates, photos, etc. are to be thanked for their kindness.
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Thank you for the additional information. It has been added, geraldine
Thank you for your quick response. I will contact the library for a copy of the list you mentioned. Since I am not finding evidence of him living in the same household as of the 1850 Census, it would be a worthy mystery to attempt to solve the who, what and where. Thank you again for your help. N.
|Lynn Foster||RE: Foster|
Thank you Julia. Lynn
|Mary||Paris and Nancy Laughlin|
Thank you for transferring Paris and Nancy Laughlin to me.
Mary # 47193217
Added by Mary on Nov 12, 2014 9:39 AM
|Lynn Foster||RE: Foster|
Julia, Can you add the names of the other children that I listed for you. They are not listed and I am sure they would want their names included at her children. thank you. Lynn
|baddadhardin||RE: Delilah Ward|
Thank you Julia for adding the note about Delilah's marriages. Unfortunately, the end of the note got chopped off. Can you please try to add it again? Thanks.
I also made corrections regarding Delilah's birth and death info, and, regarding her maiden name.
|Jackie Webb||York Cemetery Records|
I am wondering if you live in the area and if so would you happen to know if Ezekiel York b. 1799 and his wife Mary Crosse York b. 1798 are buried in this cemetery? We last found them on the 1880 Census in Daviess County. In fact they have been in the county since 1830.
|Cyndy McAtee||Jonathan Martin|
Hindostan Cemetery is not the cemetery at the Methodist Church on the hill. If you turn off Highway 550 to the right toward Hindostan Falls, there is a cemetery below the church on the first road to the right. It is called Hindostan Cemetery Lane. It has a few Shoults stones, but no Martin that I could find. I am related to him through his wife, my Great Great Grand Aunt.
|Sandra Wire||Permission to use Photos|
May I have Permission to use your photos for my Ancestry.com/Webber Family Tree? Thank you.
on behalf of
Karen (Webber) White
|Gail Duckworth Prewitt||RE: Noah Waggoner obit|
It looks much better. The smaller one didn't show up or I would have deleted it. Thanks Julia.
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