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|Most of my memorials are from Fairview Cemetery. I have done research on many early Floyd and Harrison County families while researching my own family and will continue to add information on the memorials I have created. I love being able to contribute to findagrave and think it is an awesome resource. - Beth Day Nolan|
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|Deborah Mansell||CARL BRACHER|
I am curious if you have a personal connection to the Carl Bracher at Fairview Cemetery?
I am desperately trying to find the parents of my great great grandmother Elisabeth Bracher and having a hard time. She married a Lutheran minister and they lived in Illinois, Iowa, South Dakota and Wisconsin...so Fairview might not be a long shot.
|David Walton||Joseph Tharp photo request|
I posted two photos from the Volunteer Firemen Co's section of Fairview Cemetery in New Albany, IN. Unfortunately, there was no headstone anywhere in the area for Mr. Tharp.
|Swthens||Rosa Belle McLean|
Maiden name was Jobe,daughter of Thomas Jobe and Elizabeth Akers,born Sept 12 1862.
Married first to James Martin Storey died 1898.Several children.
Daughter of James McLean was Evelyn McLain who married Carl E Johnson. Evelyn died in Colorado in 1989.
Evelyn was half sister to Pearl Hope McLean born in1881 LaHarpe Illinois and Amanda Jane Nelson.
James was my great grandfather,he died in Rossville Kansas
Added by Swthens on Nov 15, 2013 9:36 AM
|Traveller Doctor||Edward Storey d. 1896|
I believe the name posted for Edward Storey should be Edmond Storey. His mother was Elizabeth Storey who paid for the cemetery plot. In addition to Edmond (b. 1836 in IN d. 6 Dec 1896), who was the youngest son of William and Elizabeth Storey, other siblings include: Alfred Storey (b. 1825 England); Emma Storey Swift who is also buried in Fairview (b.1829 England, married Jonathan Swift); Catherine Storey (b.1831 England, married Peter Stacey Holmes); and William Storey (b.1834 in Indiana). Edmond lived with his sister Emma Storey after the Civil War and her husband's death.
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