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My ancestors settled in northeastern Indiana in the 1830s and I am still here. I especially like old obituaries and newspaper clippings, and of course, cemeteries. |
I generally follow the transfer guidelines as outlined by Findagrave. I try to get updates done quickly.
Exceptions: I often take photos when we go on vacation, so if I have a memorial that is not in NE Indiana, I am normally more than happy to transfer it as I have no plans to do research in those areas.
Thanks to all who have sent additional information for the memorials. Time does not allow me to thank each of your personally, but please know that the additional information is greatly appreciated.
"Genealogy, begins as an interest, becomes a hobby, continues as an avocation and in the last stages, is an incurable disease."
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|AB674||RE: Catherine Boze|
Thank-you! Thank-you! :)
What an incredible old headstone! It is still standing now - 156 years - and going strong. Bless you for recording this piece of history with your great photo of her headstone & sharing it with us all. It is a real treasure.
I looked up the picture carved on the tombstone and it is a weeping willow tree which symbolizes "perpetual mourning & grief". It gives us a clue about how much this woman was loved & missed by her family. The message is timeless. We are connected in our humanity and can all understand & relate to loss & grief.
Your generosity is very APPRECIATED!
Have a Blessed Christmas!
Added by AB674 on Dec 15, 2014 7:03 PM
|T Wagner||remove Emma Pace Holloway|
Looking at my grandfather, I found that his wives mother-in law is his child.
Under Harmon Emley in clear creek cemetery, huntington, IN
Emma Evaline Pace Holloway is listed as a child - she is the mother of Emma Lucille Holloway.
Please delete Emma Holloway from Harmon Emley
Thanks, Teresa Dearmond Wagner
Added by T Wagner on Dec 14, 2014 1:30 PM
|Kathie||Keefer - Oak Lawn Cemetery|
Oops - would you also transfer Robert C. Keefer to me? Thanks so much for all your hard work and great photos!
Added by Kathie on Dec 11, 2014 9:49 PM
|Kathie||Find A Grave Memorial# 54724242|
Hi, My name is Kathie Keefer and Eleanora was my father's aunt. Would you be willing to transfer ownership of the memorial to me? I have all the memorials for "Keefer" in Oak Grove except hers.
Added by Kathie on Dec 11, 2014 9:46 PM
|Susan Bowman||George W Delancey and Sarah Crosier Delancey|
Thank you for the entry for these two people. Could you please tell me where you found the death dates for both? Is there a book where I may look for the documentation for George Delancey's date of death 2-11-1881 and his wife's date of death 9-7-1897?
Thank you for any help you may be able to offer.
I am an ancestor of Samantha Reigle's brother, Benjamin and was glad to see the obit you posted about Samantha to show that the work I have done was correct so far. Thanks for that.
Just wondering if you knew anymore about the Reigle family?
Added by T on Dec 01, 2014 1:32 PM
thanks for the info on this man... quite an interesting history.
|Donald West||Fred Pohlmeyer|
I have some info on Fred, Find A Grave Memorial# 80523872.
name; Fred William Pohlmeyer
death;Apr. 13, 1953 in Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana, United States.
married; 19 December 1923 in Allen, Indiana, United States.
Thanks don west
|Donald West||Henry Pohlmeyer|
I have a few edits for you to make on Henry.
name; Henry Charles Pohlmeyer
birth;22 April 1880
Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana, United States
death;17 October 1932
Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana, United States
marriage;13 June 1916
Hillsdale, Hillsdale, Michigan, United States
to Lucinda Emma Colyer.
I do have bill who manages the memorial for Lucinda linking these two together. You can add their marriage in the bio if you would like.
Thank you don west
|Linda Wierschke||Paul Bair|
You are right. It should be OOPSLinda. Thanks for setting me straight. My mom and dad's ashes are in the Big Manistee River. They chose the river after they had purchased the grave site.
Linda Bair Wierschke
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