|Carolyn Schwab (#46985190)|
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I became fascinated with Vermillion County many years ago. My people settled there in 1839. They travel in groups and came from Caledonia County, VT. I have visited the area 3 times. I started borrowing the microfilm with the old newspaper Hoosier State to find information on my various families. It started in 1868. I then decided to abstract information on all the families to help others with their research. I have completed books through 1899. I am trying to add as many obits to entries on Find a Grave as I can. I have obits through 1902. I have various lists for many of the cemeteries in the area. My people settled in Helt Township which includes many cemeteries that I don't have complete lists for. I also abstracted the Wills through 1927. I will check for you if you send me the name. I wish I lived closer, but I live just north of San Francisco.|
I just copied a film on early New Jersey Cemetery readings. I am in the process of updating and adding to Find a Grave.
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|Jerry Grant Holden||RE: Related to Charles S. Walters|
Here is my findagrave # 49057125 is that what you were looking for? Thanks! Jerry Grant Holden
|Jerry Grant Holden||Related to Charles S. Walters|
Hello Carolyn this Charles S. Walters was my Great Uncle on my mom's side of the family.My Grandfather was James Elwood Walters Born in 1888. Would it be possible to transfer this person to my account? It's under Jerry Grant Holden THANKS!
|Art Dubell||Mary Springer|
Thank you for the update. 😊👍
|Janet Woudenberg & Leah Conti||Ella F Moore (Davis)|
I wanted to let you know that Ella's dates were not transcribed correctly from her tombstone. They did write it oddly, but looking closely at it,(several times to feel confident) the top dates would belong to Ella and the bottom dates are for her husband David Davis.
Find A Grave Memorial# 107383215
|Debby Mick-Queripel||Richman vs Richmond|
At Woodruff UMC Cemetery you entered Benjamin, Ada and Doris Richman with a D at the end, lot #'s 110982203, 110982254, 110982314. The proper name is RICHMAN that already was posted 11/2010 with #'s 62374597, 62375301, 62374106.
|Dawn D.||Jacob and Jane Melick|
I searched the deaths and burials index for Jacob and Jane Melick in several different ways. The only thing I was able to find were letters of administration for each of them. (New Jersey Will and Probate Records 1739-1991). I did not find an actual death date for them.
Jacob's letter of administration was dated 1 May 1823 and named John Melick the administrator of his estate.
Jane's letter of administration was dated 10 Sept 1828 and named Charlotte Cawman and Jacob W. Melick administrators.
So, Jacob died before 1 May 1823 and Jane died before 10 Sept 1828.
I will search some more and let you know if I find anything else.
Added by Dawn D. on Jun 21, 2016 5:16 PM
|Mary Nelson-Colon||Thank you|
Thanks so much for the transfer of Tranquillo Grandi's memorial.
|Deb Ritter||Rachel Sarah Shoemaker Ward|
Her parents are John Shoemaker #92588148
Jane Davis Shoemaker #92588111 both buried at Plymouth Meeting Friends Cemetery in Montgomery County PA. Could you please link her to them as their child? Her 1st husband was Warner Holt and her 2nd husband was George M. Ward.
|Val Caulfield||transfer Martin Nixon|
Thanks so much for the transfer of Martin Nixon Memorial# 133157164 in Friendship. Will allow me to make all the links and additions easier. Keep up the great work!
|Linda Dukes||Wimsett Cemetery|
Is there a transcription for this cemetery?
I am looking for Emeline Hollingsworth born circa 1848, to Isaac & Susan buried in Wimsett Cemetery
first she married William Fortner in 1866, he appears to have died before the 1880 census, maybe buried there also?
second, she married widower, Francis Marion Bishop in 1882, they were in the 1885 Garden City, Finney Co KS census with her 4 children from her first marriage, then Francis shows up in Vermilion IN in 1900 census as a widower...any help would be appreciated, thanks
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