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Monroe County Resources
Order Monroe County Obituaries
Monroe County Library: http://www.monroe.lib.in.us/pathfinder/Genealogy
Look for the Monroe County Obituary Index.
Smithville Newspaper It contains news for Harrodsburg and the surrounding area. http://mcpl.info/indiana/smithville-news
Roots Web Obits: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/search?path=INMONROE
Monroe County Historical Society: http://www.monroehistory.org/
Clover Hill cemetery, Harrodsburg, Indiana
Wonderful Harrodsburg history books, "Years of Glory" and "Remember When" by Ruth Seeley Heath and "Counties of Morgan, Monroe & Brown, Indiana", Charles Blanchard, Editor
The Monroe County Historical Society has some of these books for sale.
Lawrence County, Indiana, Resources
latitude and longitude
To add latitude and longitude, click on Edit Plot.
If you leave a space before the values, an error message will be returned. If will say that the values are not the the correct format.
Be sure to include the - for the longitude, otherwise the person will be buried in China.
If you download Google Earth (it is free software) and put in the search box the latitude and longitude (for example 38.7338, -86.48588), it will take you to the grave area.
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|Ferber||RE: David and Margaret Alter, Mitchell cemetery|
David Mell Alter m his cousin Margaret Ann Ritner on 20 April 1837 at the Pennsylvania State House when her father, Joseph Ritner, was the governor there. All of their known 11 children lived beyond childhood.
Their 5th son, George Dugan Alter died at age 66 on 1 May 1918, possibly in St. Louis. I suppose it's possible that he was buried in Mitchell, though it seems somewhat unlikely. He was married and had at least one son, Donald.
That's all I see in the files that seems at all relevant.
On another topic for the Mitchell Cemetery, my grandmother, Mary Elizabeth Alter Barton, another of their children, lost her daughter, Dell Barton Palmer, and her husband, Charles Lee Barton, both in early 1900. They share a headstone. Mary Elizabeth left Mitchell with her second daughter and moved to St. Louis where ME died 14 January 1926. Information in the Mitchell Tribune of 1/21/26 said,
"Services were conducted at the home of her daughter in St. Louis Friday evening. Saturday the remains were brought to Mitchell and interred by the side of her husband, who, with the older daughter, Mrs. Della PALMER, had gone before a number of years ago."
She is apparently buried next to Charles, close to Dell, yet her name is not on the stone. Is there a record of her burial there? If so, do you know if it is possible to add her name to the side of the stone?
Linda Palmer Farbry
Added by Ferber on Apr 07, 2014 2:35 PM
|Charles Venable||Mc Collum, Wm and Nancy|
I have a copy of the cemetery inscription page they are listed on and can send attached to email if you want.
Links added. I was in a hurry when these were done. There are probably more to connect. Thanks for the info!
|Jen||RE: Burton Cemetery, Mitchell, Indiana|
Ok, thanks for the info! And thanks for your work on the site!
Added by Jen on Mar 04, 2014 1:19 PM
|Jen||Burton Cemetery, Mitchell, Indiana|
I see you have posted photos for this cemetery. Are you confident (or not) that all standing markers are accounted for? I found a record of a burial there that should/could have had a military marker. Is it possible that the stone has not yet been photographed? Or more likely there is no stone in place (gone or never installed)?
Added by Jen on Mar 04, 2014 10:13 AM
|Rick O||Nora Reynolds|
Thank you for fulfilling this request :)
Added by Rick O on Mar 02, 2014 8:29 AM
Thank you so much!
|Fred Wiley||Frances McCourt|
Thanks for picture and links.
|Cathy Clark Beard||RE: Kennith Burton|
The birth record found on Ancestry.Com lists his name as "Kenneth." But, we know both gravestones and printed records can be wrong! I did find that his obituary is available from the Monroe County Public Library so I have requested a copy. Maybe that will be the tie-breaker! If you would like a copy of the obituary, let me know where to send it or maybe I can attach it as a picture???
|Pamela Thompson||RE: Gravestone Photo Permission|
Thank you for permission! And yes, you can link to AAFA's web pages, or feel free to add obituaries to memorials.
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