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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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CardinalLady
RE: Mary Randolph
Sometimes these things just become a challenge! It won't be my first time or last that I will run into this... Perseverance wins the race!
Added by CardinalLady on Nov 11, 2014 12:51 AM
Dennis Wilson
RE: Delora Hall
Delora,

You are welcome. Concerning the duplicate, it does happen often due to spelling variations. I would contact edit at findagrave.com and ask for a merger. You will need to give them both memorial numbers. BTW they prefer mergers over deletions.

Dennis
Added by Dennis Wilson on Nov 10, 2014 10:14 AM
CardinalLady
RE: Mary Randolph
I've tried some other times of day etc....I was told by a geologist that was on the last cemetery day I was at, that I could use the surrounding dirt or snow to put in the groove. There is very little groove and the stone is marble. Will try these tactics next.
Added by CardinalLady on Nov 08, 2014 10:24 PM
Tina Adams
RE: Charles Gulick
My pleasure Carolyn.

Take care!
Added by Tina Adams on Oct 31, 2014 10:20 AM
scoop
Gulick captions.
David's side:
Can not read first line
Tis all that we can do
Farewell Father, Mother and Brother
I bid you my last adieu.

Other side:
Can not read first line
______ angel quietly sleeps
He softly kisses May's blue eyes
And lo in death she sweetly selpt.

It we get back to that cemetery we will try to run the words.
Added by scoop on Oct 29, 2014 3:31 PM
Kelly
RE: Fitz Randolph Stones
I am so glad the photos showed better today. Last time I went it was one of the last of the day and the sun was shining directly on the stone. Which is why it was almost unreadable. Sorry about that!

Glad to help :)
Added by Kelly on Oct 26, 2014 8:34 PM
Tina Adams
RE: Charles Gulick
Hi Carolyn, please e-mail Paul Kamalsky at paulkamalsky@yahoo.com as he knows all about the names.

Thanks
Added by Tina Adams on Oct 26, 2014 8:38 AM
Tina Adams
RE: Charles Gulick
Hi Carolyn I looked up the cemetery records and found a Turnbull listed next to Charles Gulick and it shows TURNBULL
Martha, wife of J., May 3, 1811 - Dec. 24, 1884
and an Eliza A. listed right after him as
THORNTON
Eliza A., wife of S., Aug. 12, 1836 - Feb. 4, 1874

I hope this will help in your search. If not contact me on my personal e-mail and I will see what I can do for you. I have access to Ancestry and newspapers.com which might assist.

Thanks
Added by Tina Adams on Oct 26, 2014 7:51 AM
Deb Curry
RE: Hannah E Major
I was looking for several stones on Sunday and happened to look down and thought I saw part of the last name and maybe it was Major so I started removing grass that had grown on top of the stone and then removed the wet dirt and found her.
Added by Deb Curry on Oct 06, 2014 3:56 PM
Don Manion
RE: Edgar Randolph
Carolyn
All 3 children are on the same headstone. At the top it says Our Children. Edgar is in the middle and reads Died Dec 16 1885 1Y 4M 22D
Below that is Infant Son Died Apr 7 1885

William is on the opposite side of the stone.

Hope this helps
Don
Added by Don Manion on Oct 02, 2014 6:25 AM
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