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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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|Mary Jo Sams||Raggard/Zorn|
Hello Liz - my name is Mary Jo Sams and I am researching information on my G.G.Grandmother Myriam Nash (Nasch). Her daughter, Mary Anna Susan was adopted by Susan Zorn when her mother died (either in childbirth or a buggy wreck, no date. I see where you have a Susanna Raggard Zorn and was wondering if you could give me some information on this person?
Thank you so much for letting me know about the memorials for the Quinkerts. I have deleted both of them. I don't normally do that - intentionally create memorials where I don't have the death date. I assume I was just on autopilot that day when entering the info. Please accept my apology and thanks again for telling me.
Added by lapfann on Sep 25, 2016 1:22 PM
|Janet Mackey-Bodine||Swain Townsend Jones|
I tried to leave this message via the EDIT categories, but there was a technical glitch.
Swain Townsend Jones (1861-1899) # 90127632, shares a double marker with what appears to be a Frank Jones (1865-1886). Swain Townsend Jones does not seem to have had a brother by this name or age - I believe Frank was probably a nickname for Swain's first wife, Fannie A. Elkins - perhaps she was in fact a Francis/Frannie? - they were married in Floyd County, IN on 16 Aug 1885 - which was just about 8 months prior to the death date for this Frank Jones - I suspect Fannie or Frannie may have died in childbirth? Swain Townsend Jones remarried in 1896 to Mildred Harbeson. I mention this about Frank Jones because this individual does not appear to have an individual memorial page posted on FindAGrave.
|mary grans||James McKinney and Sarah Scales|
thank you so much for this photograph of my great grandparents grave at Fairview Cemetary...I had tried several times to locate McKinney's around New Albany.
Sarah's father had a tinwear shop. SHe lived alone for many years after James died.
This is very special and again, thank you...any other info you might have about McKinney/Scales is very welcome: email@example.com. Jame's father is in one census record at 79...I have no other info on John McKinney. (irish/pennsylvania)
|Pat Harmatuk Baker||Alan Washington Viser 169478110|
I should of read your bio...would have had my answers. Husband from New Albany...old family including Aebersolds, Dierkings. Back home after 15yrs in NC with my family. Anyway look at this memorial... will find him.