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Photos that I have taken may be copied freely for personal use. I do kindly ask that you keep the credit intact, and not upload them to Ancestry or other sites as your own photo work. I am related to almost all of the memorials I have added and/or manage. Unless I am directly related or there is a special relationship, I am happy to transfer memorials to other family members.|
Many memorials on Ancestry and Find-a-Grave reflect my previous username, DOGLOVER, which I changed to INDIANATURTLE in 2013.
Edit requests for my own family memorials that link to UB's (unknown burial location) will be declined. I will be pleased to link when a confirmed and/or documented burial location is found.
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|Bruce Gordon Waddell||RE: Nathaniel Hackett & Caroline Brown|
My great grandmother Mable Barker was married to Charles Hackett.
|Jacki Bierma||RE: Jessie Greenwood|
Was out just before the snow and just got the photos downloaded and entered. 12 inches of snow now - no more photos for a while!
|Jacki Bierma||Clara McConnell memorial|
I added the marriage information. Would you like to manage this memorial? I would certainly transfer it to you.
|Bob||"Son of William & Amanda Telepeuch Van Horn"|
Probably came in an "edit" sometime?
Added by Bob on Nov 11, 2015 12:09 PM
Married Sylvia Fern Settles (b. 20 May
1902 - d. Apr 1995)
where did Sylvia wind up? I can't locate her. Thank you.
I think I saw a map on the will countygenweb site. I'm just not sure when they moved north of peotone. Where was the keir farm?
|Sharon McFarlin||RE: John McFarlin|
I have seen Manhattan, Peotone, Jackson to name a few. I've given up trying to find the difference. Joliet is a no, but for some reason, the public directory shows Joliet even though the directory states otherwise. And Togohose....no no no. Never heard of that name.
I know Luke McFarlin Jr bought land and had a farm north of Peotone and lived there I thought since the 60's but with the different censuses, I'm not sure. Maybe town lines changed.
|Brittany Hewitt||Alice Hume|
I agree that the tombstone is quite weathered. The date of death and transcription on her memorial is from the Indian Prairie cemetery records.
I did find the 1880 Census record that you spoke about. It lists her as being 4 years old.
I could not find any mention of her death in the local newspapers and it was not in the Death Index for Sullivan County, Indiana.
It may be possible that the cemetery records are in error but I can not tell from the picture. Do you think that it is possible that the 1898 is actually 1893?
for transferring George & Julia Hewitt Shoppelle to me. It means so much. Good luck in all of your genealogical endeavors! I hope to pay it forward...
Georgi McDaniel Coldren
Added by gcoldren on Jun 25, 2015 2:09 PM
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