Dolores (nee Atkins) Bohn & Daniel Joseph Bohn are members of the Filson Historical Society, Louisville,Ky; the Louisville Genealogical Society; Ancestral Trails Historical Society; and the Nelson County Genealogical Roundtable. Danny is also a member of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. Dolores & Danny have been doing extensive genealogy for many years on both of our families.
Dolores' ancestors resided in Marion Co., KY & Washington Co., KY, and of course before that Maryland. When we do our research & take photos of the stones in the cemeteries in Marion County, which is real often, my roots are there. We have a special fondness for St. Charles, St. Augustine & St. Francis of Assisi, because so many of Dolores' ancestors went to church there and are buried in their cemeteries. Dolores' surnames are Atkins, Phillips, Thompson, Russell, Carrico, Smith, Mattingly, Spalding, O'Daniel, Mudd, just to name a few.
We are dedicated to researching our ancestors and it is very important to us to document our research. Our memorials are a tribute to them !! We feel that memorials should be a special tribute to each person, and we want to make sure that everyone is always remembered!!
Gladys Beatrice Hardin Clemens Hi Dolores, On your transferred memorial from Francie Ede to you for Gladys Clemens # 45748570 , she is buried in a cemetery that I am not aware exists here in Nelson county. She is buried in the Nelson County Baptist church Cemetery? Her obit reads she is buried in the Nelson county Baptist church Cemetery, but I believe that is a mistake and that they do not have a cemetery. There are only three other entries for that cemetery by 2 people. Thanks for your help
Bohn/Barth/Dahl Hi. So I am something of a catastrophe researcher. I may have contacted you before, Im not sure. I was visiting the graves of Katherine Dahl-Reese and family, and found she shared a plot with Barth: Anna, CF, and the Meyers. I have no idea if there is any connection but Katherine's daughter Sophie married John Bohn. Their son Roger is my grandfather. So I just thought it coincidental that your name is Bohn, and you have a memorial on the Barth graves here on findagrave. Is there a connection between these two families? I thought perhaps Anna Barth and Anna Kohlund (Katherine's mother, also in the same plot) may be sisters? Just a hunch. Anyway, thats it. Just wondering if you know!! Thank you, Cathy (Bohn) Fitzgerald.
RE: Re: Nannie Mae West Fields Nannie has 2 sons who died in Indiana which I would love to have: 1. Edward Fields b. 28 Jan 1905 Nelson Co., KY and died Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN, buried Rest Haven Cemetery in Edinburgh, Johnson Co., IN. He is Findagrave Memorial 121052341. He is the one I am most interested in, if Louisville gives you access to Indiana newspapers. I was told by my aunt that he died in a car crash which involved fire.
2. Daniel Theodore Fields b. 26 Jan 1914 Nelson Co., KY, died 7 Sep 1958 in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN and buried in Rest Haven Cemetery in Edinburgh, Johnson Co., IN. His Findagrave Memorial #121052338
Their father and Nannie's husband is William L. "Will" Fields. I don't have a death date on Will, so don't worry about him.
Can I get you some obits. from Nelson County? I have 1900-1935 digitized and searchable, which makes it much easier and quicker to find them. Can't thank you enough for any of these 3.
Nannie Mae Fields Memorial# 146829712 Dolores, need a favor, can you get me on obituary on her, Nannie Mae West Fields, Memorial# 146829712 I think I'm on to something very important. Let me know if you need any from me. Thanks
Merle Owen I was wondering if you know where Merle's sister, Ora May Owen Morris may be buried? I'm also looking for death information on James William Morris her husband. Ora shows up in the 1930 and 1940 Census, stating she's married, but James William Morris is not listed with her. I think I found him in Illinois in 1940, but don't know where he was in 1930.