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|Gloria Day||Nelly Coleman|
Many thanks for the transfer of the memorial for Nelly Coleman. Marriage record reads Conrad Coleman and Nellie Coleman married 17 March 1831, Pike Co., Indiana.
|Aleen Mason-Meyer||RE: Luvena Coleman Mason Curry|
My interest is mainly in the Mason Family:
I have some pictures to share, if interested.
For the Blackfoot Cemetery:
You already have Martha Deter Mason, I have a picture of Asa Mason.
For the Montgomery Cemetery:
I have pictures of:
John J. Mason Sr. and wife Eliza E. Mason
Daris Guy (son)
Hershel Dewey and wife May F. Mason
|Aleen Mason-Meyer||Luvena Coleman Mason Curry|
I was wondering what Mason Luvena was married to.
I have a photo of Nancy Coleman and her children Clarence, Minnie, Ellis, and Downey. I believe that Luvena was the sister of Nancy's husband Joshua Granville Coleman, Is this correct?
|Rosemary McGarrah||Sarah E Kays|
I need to sort out the confusion on the identity of the Sarah Kays buried in Barrett/Bethel Cemetery. Is there anyone I can contact that can provide actual cemetery records? If Sarah is the wife of William Henry Kays, she did not die in 1886, as William was already married to his second wife Matilda by then. Looking at old newspapers from the Winslow area around 1900, there was a William Kays that seemed to live somewhere in the vicinity of Pike County and sold trees. That William Kays was described as having an orchard. I am not aware of William Henry Kays selling trees, he was a minister. I doubt William Henry would have been able to afford a tombstone of that size when Sarah died. It would seem that the stone was added later with an incorrect date or this is the wrong Sarah Kays.
I live in Evansville and would like to come up to the area and try to figure this out. Any help you can give would be appreciated.
Thanks a lot for taking this photo. I really appreciate it.
|Beverly Busselle Plack||Guy Duckworth|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of my Great Grandfather. Can you tell me what is written on the bottom of the stone?
|Terenda Curtis Wyant||Thanks|
Thanks so much Robin!!!!!
|Terenda Curtis Wyant||Pirkle Family|
Would it be possible to have the Pirkle Family graves at Barrett Cem Pike COunty Indiana transfered to me. If they are your family also I understand if you cannot. Terenda
|ERIC V DEFFENDALL||DEFFENDALL|
THANKS for your work. if you have any family tree info on the Diffendal family could you please send to email@example.com I BEEN WORKIN ON THE DEFFENDALL, DIFFENDALL for many years THANKS
Hello, I am looking for the gravestone of Margaret Lockhart maiden name Ambrose. Birth in 1917 death in 1941, her daughter was Gloria June Lockhart, you had taken a picture of the daughters gravestone in Pike County, IN. I am not sure where she was buried, she died apparently at the hospital in Evansville, due to injuries in a car accident. She had two children Lemuel and Gloria. She is my paternal Grandmother, but I have not been able to locate any information on her death as to where she was buried or when. I would appreciate any help, thank you.
Added by Barbara on Apr 03, 2012 12:36 PM
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