|C & Y Zinn-Haines (#47043207)|
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We have enjoyed listing and photographing cemeteries in the Granger, Indiana area. If we listed one of your family members, or someone you would like to have, we will gladly transfer them to you. If you would like to have the listing removed or any part of it removed, please let us know and we will respect your wishes.|
The personal photos I enter are either from the South Bend Tribune or from the funeral home that listed their passing. I am just trying to respect them with their photo.
Thank You for ALL of the wonderful feedback. Your fantistic comments are what keeps us doing what we do. We do this for You.
If you find ANY Mistakes I have made, Please bring it to my attention and I will do my best to correct them. If there are any duplicates that I have made, let me know.
"If you want a transfer, just ask." (I failed to add-Please give me the Find A Grave number.)
"PLEASE" use the edit tabs for any and all changes-additions-or other info "PLEASE"
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Please transfer Margaret Stewart #66400072 to me. I also found out that John Stewart is buried at Salem according to the St. Joseph Co. Graves Registration Project. Could be in an unmarked grave next to Margaret. Who know's for sure. He could still be at City Cemetery, South Bend. Thank you, Jim
|James Clair||More info|
John M. Steward, son of John T. Stewart and Barbara Lingle. Born 13 Jan. 1807 in Dauphin Co., Pennsylvania. Probably Harrisburg. Died 7 Jan. 1880 in Elkhart Co., Indiana. Some research puts him at City Cemetery, South Bend, St. Joseph Co., Indiana. I have never been able to locate him there also. I understand there are two different City Cemeteries but neither one has him so I am lost. All of the above info is spectulation and not proven. Thank you for the fast reply to the previous messages. Any info will be welcome. Thank you again, Jim
|James Clair||Salem Cemetery|
Thank you posting this memorial. It is one of my wifes family members. I do not want it transfered at this time. Do you know if her husband John is buried with her? I can not find him. Someone put a flag next to the headstone and I am wondering why. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thyanks again, Jim
|Ed Elstan||Everett Ridgley|
Thanks for the headstone picture...Ed
|Benjamin Kinsey||Alspaugh family|
Thank you very much for the very quick transfer of Edward and Lena Alspaugh. I have linked Edward to his parents and 3 of his 10 siblings.
|Carol ||Wm Jones - Chapel Hill|
Thanks for the help. Carol
Added by Carol on Jul 07, 2014 6:42 AM
|Cathleen Sheibley Miller Kalin||Elizabeth Doty|
I am so pleased to see that you uploaded Elizabeth's stone photo, You two are awesome. I was recently in South Bend for my Mom's burial but didn't have time to go out to Chapel Memorial Gardens. Thanks for your help.
|Susan Dawn (Kelley) Spencer||Norman D. Kelley|
Love all the work you're doing! Would like to ask for a transfer of Norman (Norm) to me?? He was my dad's cousin and we lived just down the road from each other since my birth. I'd like to link him with his parents and such. Thank you.
|Kristi L. Jones||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for the headstone photos for my Crawford family, including the one for Harry Crawford's second wife. I was unable to post for it due to the limits, so was very happy to see you added it. Thank you so very much!
|AMB||Photo thanks! :-)|
Thank you for going out to photograph Paul Allen Smith's military marker. Very much appreciated. :-)
Added by AMB on May 31, 2014 9:58 AM
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