I was born and raised in Whitley County, Indiana. I have been working on genealogy for 25+ years. I am working on the the names: Loe, DeWitt, Wolfe, Gebert, Holycross, Loomis, Cormany, Dinius, Mock, Hall, Searls, Martin, Cooper, Harrison, Lincoln, Flowers, Cravens, Osborn, Cormany, Zerbe, Preston, Ogle, Keisling, Beaucha, Taylor, Goshaw, Kunz, Mullet, Blanchard, Champion, Plew, Almenroad, Mcpherson, Satterly, Carr, Anthony, McGrady, Iddings, Piper, Truesdale, and many other names.
I follow Find A Grave guidelines. If you have any information or have a correction please go to the edit button at the top right tab Thank you.
If you have a memorial and would like to transfer I would be happy to have them.
I am not in this for the numbers I am doing this to make the best memorial possible for others. I love working on genealogy and I have seen so many memorials of my family that someone just sat on there butt and copied from a web site, they didn't do any research to get these memorials as full as possible.
Freeman memorial in FAG Laurie: Thank you for your information concerning my Freeman relatives William Warren Freeman and his wife Naomi J King. You were, of course, correct as to where they were interred. I have changed both my memorial of them in Find A Grave and in my Ancestry family tree. The other four Freeman children were correctly recorded as being in the Lakeview Cemetery. Thanks again, Holland St John
Wolfe kin Are John Jesse Wolfe and Maudie May Maston Wolfe in your line of Wolfe? I would like to find info on 2 of their 6 sons - Melvin and Russell. I have info on the other family members to share. Janet Mullins Ward email@example.com
Find A Grave Memorial# 114822215 I did a photo request for this memorial. This is the response I got "There is no record of him buried in this cemetery. The earliest burials in this cemetery are from the 1820s. There are several other John Harrisons buried in Rockingham County, but none with dates as early as these." Do you know what your source was that told you he was buried there. Perhaps in one of the Harrison family cemeteries near by. I just wanted to let you know.