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Carolyn (#47532274)
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I spend a portion of every day researching my family. I have very deep roots in Greene Co., IN
Would love to help out with photos for others but health doesn't permit at this time.Sorry.
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Mr. Ed
RE: Mary Gustafson
Your welcome! I was glad to do it. Ed ~
Added by Mr. Ed on Sep 18, 2014 5:50 AM
Mary Randolph
I took several more photos today, I put water on , it didn't make the stone mo, photographed it from
Added by CardinalLady on Sep 14, 2014 12:16 AM
Nancy Bushong
RE: Names of Samantha's daughters
Carolyn did I ever reply to your March 2014 message? If not please let me know and I'll give you whatever information I have. Nancy Bushong.
email me at
Added by Nancy Bushong on Sep 08, 2014 8:18 AM
RE: Mary Randolph

I had forgotten that I had taken new photos from every angle, am and pm. I'm using an SLR. I've changed to B&W. It is not any better. I'll try your water next. It had been a long time since I had done photos of headstones and didn't realize that you don't use chalk anymore. I am enrolled in a basic cleaning and repairing headstone class the last of Sept. If no luck before then, I will hopefully find some suggestions there. Thanks for being patient!

Added by CardinalLady on Sep 02, 2014 11:54 PM
RE: Alfred Layman
When you get down this way and want a Cemetery companion, let me know! 812-325-2781
Added by CardinalLady on Aug 16, 2014 7:18 AM
RE: Alfred Layman
The Green Hill Cemetery in Bedford is known for some of the most beautiful hand carved limestone monuments. You can go to any cemetery or downtown area and see the wonderful carvings by locals. I am just in awe of these magnificent stones, RoseHill in Bloomington, Riverside in Spencer, virtually every cemetery in the Monroe, Owen Lawrence counties for sure.
Added by CardinalLady on Aug 16, 2014 7:16 AM
RE: Alfred Layman
This area in Indiana has the best quality limestone in the world. There are many gorgeous, hand carved, intricately designed stones. Several quarries are still producing and we have a rich history of carvers in this area. The tree stump design was the most popular in this south central Indiana Limestone area between 1890 and 1910. The stump represented death. Many have ivy untwined on the stump which represented immortality. Anther stump attached with a splitting wedge embedded usually meant they lead a pioneer life. All symbols on these stones had a significance at that time.
Added by CardinalLady on Aug 14, 2014 10:56 AM
Carl Roark
RE: Thomas F Randolph
You're welcome. It was a rainy day so the photo could be better. If I get back there on a dry day I will take another one. I added a photo of his wife's monument also.
Take care,
Added by Carl Roark on Aug 09, 2014 7:08 PM
Mary Randolph
sorry, didn't tell you whose stone it was.\

Added by CardinalLady on Jul 31, 2014 9:28 PM
RE: Thomas FitzRandolph

I just put up the main stone. I thought it was more legible. The others I took aren't working out either. I will go back tomorrow and get another photo. Sorry, Nanc
Added by CardinalLady on Jul 31, 2014 9:26 PM
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