Making connections to honor the following families most of whom resided in Parke, Putnam, Vermillion, Johnson, and Bartholomew Counties in Indiana, Richardson County, Nebraska, and Clayton County, Iowa.
Please note: The photos uploaded to Find A Grave by me are meant for cemetery documentation and for genealogical use for families of those photographed. They may NOT be used on any other FOR PROFIT internet sites INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO Ancestry.com - Please contact me if you have questions.
To all who so righteously remind me the primary purpose of Find a Grave is "GRAVE REGISTRATION", and then "boringly" recite in your bio the FAG rules... yes I get it! Understand from my and many others perspective that the gravestone is just the "starting point" as we all work together, share, and seek to know more about those who came before us, what they looked like and where they lived. To sum it up they are "NOT JUST A NAME ON A STONE". So please get off your high horse.
Guinn Hi Debra, Have I asked you before---if I have, I am sorry to repeat myself, but what is your connection to the Guinn family? Arthur Cradrick Guinn is my great great grandfather. Sorry if I have asked this before--getting old makes you forgetful. Carol
RE: Warner I don't actually have one from when they were on the original Warner home place. I only have one from Centerville taken right after they were moved and are still very legible. Happy to share that when I can dig it out and scan it for you!
Just wanted you to know that from what I've been told, you are correct on John's memorial that the bodies were not moved. My understanding (and I saw these headstones in Centerville Cemetery in Jan 1995 not long after they were moved and talked to the Warner descendant who still owns the land where they were originally buried) was that they John & Malinda were buried on the Warner home place under a tree whose roots were starting to break up the markers. They decided to remove them. Fortunately, I have a photo from when they were first moved that's fairly easy to read. Weather has not been kind to these now that they are in the open and lying face up. The writing has faded quite a bit in the last 20 years...
Mary Kathryn (Crews) Warner 3rd-g-granddaughter of Malinda by her second husband, James Crews
RE: John Snyder Hi Gregg.. Mary had her own stone, located beside John.. I didn't initially post her marker photo as the dates were very hard to read and I wasn't quite sure.. But after receiving your message, I went ahead and uploaded a plot picture to her memorial (#36069081) showing John & Mary beside one another and also individual pics of Mary's marker. I also added 2 more pics to John's memorial page for you.