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Karin King (#47469179)
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Barbara Baker Anderson
Lawrence Zack Springer
I made the changes you requested and added the information for "Zack". I also added a memorial for his wife, Rosetta, and added the picture of the stone. I looked for a son named Russell, but couldn't find him as I don't have a lot of info on him. I DID find the daughter, Glorine Leona. She married a man named Howard Mohler, they are buried in Lake County, Michigan. I also found a record of Glorine (misspelled) in the 1930 census under William and Edith Richards (Mrs William Richards is listed as a surviving sister of Rosetta in the info you provided). I cannot find a 1920 census record of Glorine or Russell Springer (they would have been minors, so they should be listed somewhere). Wondering if Russell also died young and he is one of the "2 sons" listed on the stone?
Added by Barbara Baker Anderson on Jan 25, 2015 12:28 PM
Chuck Johnson
RE: Butler Cemetery
You are very welcome ... glad I could help.
Added by Chuck Johnson on Jan 25, 2015 5:00 AM
Nathan Haines
Amanda Eveline "Eva" Connor Neal
Neat, thank you much.
I found and made a bunch of links on this branch including Eva's husband.
I have not worked on this branch of my tree for quite a while.
That was nice of you to send this.
Nathan in Oregon
Added by Nathan Haines on Jan 23, 2015 10:10 PM
Mrs Donna Schauss
Cpl William Schauss
Thank you so much for the newspaper article abt his plane crash during WWII. I've never seen this. I know my husb. will be glad to see this. He just spent time at Warrick County court house to make sure he (my husb) was registered as a Military Veteran (preparing for retirement). He found they had William due to d during military service (but didn't have my husb or his father Edgar, Wm's brother, since they survived the war).
Added by Mrs Donna Schauss on Dec 25, 2014 1:53 AM
Mrs Donna Schauss
William Schauss
Added by Mrs Donna Schauss on Dec 25, 2014 1:41 AM
has been added

(From Adams County, Indiana Historical Society Scrapbook)

(Handwritten date: Friday, February 18, 1938)


(Photo of John Dee Smith)

(Handwritten: On June 1, 1938 for murder of Arlie Foster in Ft. Wayne restaurant in 1935)
Added by Roberta on Dec 07, 2014 9:21 AM
Laura Evans-Steele
Caroline (Steele) Hartman
Good evening Karin, Thanks for the information for Caroline. I have added it to her memorial and given you credit for it. Have a blessed weekend! Mrs. Laura Evans-Steele
Added by Laura Evans-Steele on Nov 12, 2014 9:31 PM
HI Karin,

Can you please use the Auto Edit for name changes it helps so much.

Have a Great Day

Added by DSON1492 on Nov 11, 2014 3:52 PM
Barbara Baker Anderson
RE: (J)osiah Chronister at Mt. Zion Cem
Ok. I added the obit and updated the dates as well. I'm happy to transfer if she wants. 😀
Added by Barbara Baker Anderson on Nov 06, 2014 8:17 PM
Barbara Baker Anderson
RE: (J)osiah Chronister at Mt. Zion Cem
Honestly, I have no idea. I know there are very few stones in Mt Zion. As I look at the picture that I posted, I have to think that from the background, it looks like a small cemetery. I'm not sure if I entered it in the wrong cemetery or the other person did. Mine does say "J Chronister" and according to Josiah's obituary on the other memorial, the other Chronisters in the Mt Zion cemetery match up. I'll try to get to the Mt Zion cemetery and see if I can find the stone again.
Added by Barbara Baker Anderson on Nov 06, 2014 4:33 PM
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