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John C. Anderson (#47208015)
 member for 5 years, 4 months, 27 days
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Bio Photo My interest of documenting cemeteries began with a request to help on an Eagle Scout project in 2001.

Since I love creating and working with databases, digital photography and genealogy, what better combination!

I've documented many Howard Co. Indiana and Montclam Co. Michigan cemeteries with thousands of tombstone photos. My largest contributions are Arlington National Cemetery and Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis.

I love Find A Grave and I especially enjoy adding photos to memorials so that family members can visit their family member's grave at anytime. However, I ask that you respect my efforts. Please, do NOT copy my photos to ancestry.com without giving me credit. Simply indicate " 2001-2014 John C Anderson on Find A Grave". I'd appreciate a note letting me know you have copied them. However, do NOT post them to other Find A Grave memorials. Just let me know and I will upload them. Use for commercial purposes is not allowed under any circumstances. However, it is okay with me for you to post my photos of your friends and families headstones on Facebook as long as you link it back to the Find A Grave memorial. You may use my photos on your own personal website if non-commercial, but photo credit is again appreciated.

This love of documenting cemeteries has led to the formation of Instone Data Solutions, a company used by government agencies and others to digitize their old cemetery paper records.

I'm more than happy to make corrections and add relationship links to other memorials.

ALL REQUESTS FOR corrections, additional information, or transfers: PLEASE do so with the Suggest A Correction (SAC) link on the memorial for that person. [Most memorials will have an 'Edit' tab on the upper right side of the memorial. Click on the 'Edit' tab, then click on the 'Suggest a correction' link on the Edit page.]

PLEASE NOTE: I'm very grateful for corrections and additional information, but I'm receiving 75-100 a day and cannot reply to everyone. Please check back to ensure accuracy of memorial page updates.

Please be assured I do most updates, corrections and links (via SAC, email or message) within a day. Guidelines do suggest a member send no more than 20 per week to a single contributor but have no problem with receiving as many as needed to get the objective accomplished - which is getting memorials, and the cemeteries, as accurate and complete as humanly possible.

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Jeannie Cann
Transfer requeat
Good afternoon

Please consider transferring Marian G Cann to me. She's my great aunt and I am the family genealogist and I would love the opportunity to build out the site. Her number is 45899961. Thank you for your consideration.
Added by Jeannie Cann on Apr 19, 2015 3:42 PM
Carl
William Moore
Thank you!
Added by Carl on Apr 17, 2015 5:09 PM
james Rooney
Find A Grave Memorial# 45968659
Hi Mr Anderson, Im very new to FGI so please forgive me in advance if I violate any protocol. I`v taken interest in Find A Grave Memorial# 45968659, as I have great,great grandfather named John McDonald, he lived and raised a family in Indiana, the info I have on him is from family records and Family Search.org my family records show that he died 25 April 1932, but I don`t know where, I suspect Bartholomew Indiana. I do have a lot more Info on him; spouse, children marriages etc. if interested we can see if this is the same John McDonald, I can fill in some blanks in my family records as well. sincerely Joe R.
Added by james Rooney on Apr 17, 2015 4:03 PM
Steven Matthew Hahn
Murrel Charles Raymond
Thank you for the transfer.
Added by Steven Matthew Hahn on Apr 14, 2015 7:43 PM
supermama5
Mattie C. Wilkinson 46048547
Dear Mr. John,
As I come across more for Miss Mattie C. (nee Wilson) Wilkinson I will send the info. They had a daughter at the time of her death that I am tracking.She was adopted after the untimely death of Mattie. Her father was also a minister and I am looking for more info for him also.

Rufus Haymond Wilkinson
Minister and Teacher, Deceased.
A. B.; A. M., 1868: B. D., 1867, Garrett Biblical Institute: B. D., 1890, DePauw University. Born, February 15, 1837, Brookville, Ind. Principal West Lebanon Academy, 1864; principal Wabash High School, 1865; teacher preparatory department, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., 1866-1867; principal Rock River Conference Seminary, Mt. Morris , Ill., 1869-1870; entered Rock River Conference, 1867; enlisted in the Union Army, 1861; member of Lew Wallace's Eleventh Indiana Zouave Regiment, with service in Eastern Virginia at Romney, Winchester and Harper's Ferry. Married, August, 1864, Miss Mattie C. Wilson, Indianapolis, who died, February 27, 1867: married Miss Adelia Quackenbush, St. Charles, Ill. Died February 21, 1911, Phoenix, Ariz.

Number: 241
Name: Wilkinson, Rufus H.
Year: 1865

Source: Alumnal Record, DePauw University By DePauw University, 1920, pages 3 and 617.

Thank you for your time and devotion in making this site a great resource for all. God bless you and yours, Robin
Added by supermama5 on Apr 14, 2015 3:03 PM
Kay Seipp
relationship
are you related to the Fryman surname?

please respond to my email: ms5411@embarqmail.com
Added by Kay Seipp on Apr 12, 2015 9:38 AM
Margaret C Cowles
RE: memorial #101004516
Thank so very much for not only your help but for your understanding. I realize that your memorial for John H was the original and therefore should have stood (and mine should have been deleted).

You are a true gentleman and have the spirit of a volunteer that I wish everyone had.

Story - I saw a duplicate of one of mine appear in a small locate (Starke co, IN) cemetery. I contacted the female (she's no lady) and told her I would transfer all that family to her. Before I could check and make sure I had them all I found she had already made HER own! I then asked her to transfer my originals back to me so I could delete them. NOPE! she wouldn't do it...and there they sit to this day.

Again thank you for doing, helping, volunteering, and photographing the past & present for us all.

TTFN margaret
Added by Margaret C Cowles on Apr 09, 2015 9:31 AM
DeerfieldmomNJ
RE: re: # 45892160 Crown Hill Cemetery
Thanks so much. Its my girl! I'll be sending some edits along for her to link her to family.

Lisa
Added by DeerfieldmomNJ on Apr 08, 2015 5:03 PM
Margaret C Cowles
memorial #101004516
The above memorial has a wrong name and I just put in the memorial & links on the right person.

Would you be so kind as to delete your memorial #101004516 and place the photo on the memorial #144736164?

I kept wondering why my Mary Gravengood's hubby hadn't been accounted for! LOL

I still have a missing hubby for Nellie 'tho.

Thanks for listening and for helping...your photos are great!

TTFN margaret
Added by Margaret C Cowles on Apr 08, 2015 2:37 PM
DeerfieldmomNJ
re: # 45892160 Crown Hill Cemetery
Dear John,

Just a heads up that I posted this photo to my tree on ancestry and added the notation you requested.

I have a question - though you posted this one ages ago - did you get the grave information from cemetery transcripts? I don't see her name on this broken stone but you have it as Jenny. The date and age matches up and E & A Ellis are her parents. Wish I could make out the top line on the stone. No doubt dear daughter or something close to that.

Thanks,
Lisa
Added by DeerfieldmomNJ on Apr 08, 2015 11:34 AM
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