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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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|RDL||William, Cora, Charles Hobert Davis|
If you are not a relative would you consider transferring my Great grandparents and uncle to me?
William Davis 107768735
Cora Davis 107768615
Charles Hobert Davis 113877501
I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you, Robyn
Added by RDL on Jul 17, 2016 7:54 PM
|Tom Lowe||Low/Lowe in Fairview Cemetery|
I am hoping that you would be willing to transfer the following burials at Fairview Cemetery, New Albany,IN to my care.
Amos Walter Lowe, 103678140, my great grandfather.
Robert Low, 138473875, son of Amos and my great uncle.
Bessie May Lowe, 138475533 and 138473909 (duplicates), daughter of Amos and my great aunt.
I have extensive research on these members of my family and plan to add bios, obits, etc. I live locally to the cemetery, have been there many times, and have gotten in depth research materials on these family members from the newspaper, health department, court system, etc.
His two children listed here died as infant/toddler and have no other family members that would be requesting transfer.
Please feel free to respond by transfer, public message on this site or at my email on my page on this site.
Thank you for your consideration and for creating these memorial pages.
Added by Tom Lowe on May 13, 2016 8:46 AM
|Betsy Neil||Anthony Monahan|
Hi, my name is Marilee Welsh. Anthony is the brother of my paternal grandfather. His parents, Thomas and Ann Monahan, are buried in Holy Trinity in 1904. I am trying to find more information on the Monahan family. Would you be willing to work with me? I don't know where in Ireland they came from or where they entered the US. Do you know anything about Thomas's sister a Mrs. John Thornton of Edwardsville. She was mentioned in the New Albany IN Public Press newspaper article of Tuesday, September 6, 1904, page 5.
Do you know what mortuary would have handled the records for Holy Trinity Cemetery?
I have a photo of Thomas' headstone but it is not in Find A Grave. Would you be willing to find him and add him and his wife Ann to your Monahan memorials. Please email me at email@example.com
Thank you for your consideration.
|Joanne Ikeda||Sarah Peck-Hedden|
Hello.......Sarah Peck-Hedden was my 4th g-grandmother. I notice you have her buried in Fairview Cemetery, New Albany, Floyd County, Indiana, Just wonder if you found a record of her buried there. I have another location which is Old cemetery out State Street. However I have not confirmed this. I would really like to know where she is buried if you have confirmation about this.
I thank you,
|Sam Pouch||Poutch Family|
I am researching my family history and I wonder if through your research you would have any information on James Pouch and his family.
He was born here in Ireland in 1811 and emigrated with his wife to America in 1850.
I am a descendant of his father and I live in Ireland.
I would really appreciate any assistance you might be able to give me.
|M. Bannister||ps from Marilyn Day Bannister|
She was married to Roy Benson. I have no mind anymore!!! If you visit this cemetery and she does have a stone I would so love a photo. I did not know for the longest time my grandfather had a sister who committed suicide until an older relative casually mentioned it. Suicide not an easy subject in families even in this day and age.
|M. Bannister||Hattie Day|
I am a great niece of the above and visited the cemetery last summer but could not find her burial spot. Do you know if she has a stone?? I had called the cemetery prior to my visit so did find the Benson family plot which I thought was where she is buried. My grandfather and she were brother and sister. I lived in Kentucky most of my life but now live in Florida. If you could possibly see if she has a stone I would so appreciate it. Thanks, Marilyn Day Bannister