|ROB HUGHES (#47078849)|
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My name is Rob Hughes I live in Glenwood Indiana I WORK AT MAIN STREET MARKET IN CONNERSVILLE I AM A MEMBER OF WESTERN AVEN BAP CHURCH IN CONNERSVILLE IND.CHURCH STARTS AT 10:30 ON SUNDAY MORNING ALL ARE WELCOME....WHEN SERCHING LARGE CEMETERIES SUCH AS EAST HILL IN RUSHVILLE IND.IT IS EXTREMELY HELPFUL IF A SECTION NUMBER IS AVAILABLE. .www.westernavenuebc.org .I WILL TRANSFER MEMORIALS OVER TO ANY INTERESTED PARTIES TO ADD THEIR MEMORIALS. gettin too many complaints again im done takin pics at this time.ANY PIC THAT I HAVE TAKEN YOU MAY USE FOR YOUR FAMILY TREES NO PERMISSIOPN NEEDED.|
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|Holly Blevins||Downeyville cemetery|
Hoping you can help me. I live in Arizona but am planning a trip to Indiana to do some research on my family. I have ancestors buried in a cemetery in Adams Township, Decatur County. The cemetery is known by 3 different names. Star Baptist, Downeyville, and Flat Rock cemeteries. I saw that you posted a picture from there so I was hoping you could tell me where it is. I can't find any information as to it's location. If you have directions or coordinates that would be great. I appreciate any help you can offer.
Thanks so much,
Can you please transfer the memorial of Zipporah Springer (54167486) to me to connect and add family info. Thank you, Denica
Added by Denica on Mar 21, 2015 3:57 PM
|Gary Stanford||Location of Westerfield graves in Rush County|
My name is Gary Stanford and I am interested in finding the locations of many family members who seem to have disappeared in Rush County, Indiana in the mid 1800's. John Monfort Westerfield settled in Rush County in 1834. He was a Medical Physician who cared for many residents of Rush and Henry Counties. The Westerfields family settled three miles south of Manilla and owned about twenty percent of land in Manilla. My late Uncle, Robert Edward Westerfield, discovered a Westerfield Grave Yard inside a farmer's field. I believe it is referred to as "Westerfield Burial Plots". My Uncle told me that he saw several Westerfield's buried there and many stones which were badly worn. Also, many of our family members were laid to rest at Manilla Cemetery but we're not sure how many are actually there. Do you or anyone you might know have records of exactly who is buried in these two locations? Several Westerfield's have just disappeared within Rush County, Indiana and we have been attempting to locate them for the past eighty years. Anyone with information can please contact me at email@example.com. Thank you for your help.
|Carolyn Craig||samuel Stanfield in Reddick Cemetery Rush COunty, Indiana|
I think you have this person in the wrong cemetery. He lived in Jackson county, Indiana. His first wife and children that died young are buried in REDDINGTON CEMETERY in JACKSON COUNTY, Indiana.
Also, most of those he was named after are buried in the Reddington cemetery in Jackson County, Indiana
|Judy M||Transfer Membership|
I would like for you to please transfer membership of Mary Evelyn Lynn #92489235 to me. I want to add relatives. Thank you.
Added by Judy M on Feb 09, 2015 4:17 AM
|Judy M||Many thanks Robert|
Thanks so much for adding mom to this sight. Bless you!! I got on here to add info and it was already done, thanks again!!
Added by Judy M on Jan 07, 2015 9:25 PM
|Gary Stanford||Lottie M. Westerfield (54885076)|
Please transfer management of Lottie M. Westerfield (54885076) to me as I am a family member. Thank you, Gary
|Bonnie's Daughter||Merry Christmas !|
Many blessings to you and yours.
|Jerri ||Gordon Family Cemetery|
Thank you so much for photographing the Gordon family cemetery. I'm related to the Gordons and would like very much to visit the cemetery. Can you tell me how to find it?
Regards, Jerri, 3rd great-granddaughter of Hezekiah Gordon, born 1818, died 1885 in Rush County
Added by Jerri on Jul 09, 2014 9:55 AM
|Dick Felts||Nelson Cemetery - Offut's Graveyard|
Rob: Thanks for all of your work to document old cemeteries. It is much appreciated. I have a question about the Nelson Cemetery located halfway between Arlington and Gwynneville on the south side of US 52. From your photos, the cemetery is obviously not being tended. Satellite views seem to show the graveyard located directly behind a brick house, probably in a stand of trees, and surrounded by a farm field. Did the current owners freely let you onto the property to take photos? Did you get hassled at all? I ask because I may want to see the place myself. It appears from other records that it was once called Offut's Graveyard after a family who owned the property in the late 1800's. Thanks for any help!
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