Aaron Lawson & Elizabeth Banks I am writing about information you have posted about the family of Aaron Lawson & Elizabeth Banks. I realize the marriage record lists her name as Banks-but wondering if this is not Elizabeth Cooper, married to Aaron Lawson( perhaps she had a young first marriage) I have some documents that state she was the daughter of William & Martha Cooper. Seems to be the same person I am originally from Culver, IN where these Lawsons are buried and I am a Cooper descendant via her brother John Cooper. Another sibling often associated with Elizabeth would be their sister Jane Cooper Hawkins, buried near her. So I am trying to sort out this family and am very interested in what documents or lineage info you have also. If you would like-you can email me directly at email@example.com if this is also your family line
Nottingham Cemetery My name is Karen Good. I am a member of the Delaware County Historical Society's Pioneer Cemetery Preservation Committee. We have been working in the Nottingham Cemetery in Harrison Twp. I notice you have burial information about James Madison Smith, son of Jonathan and Winifred Smith and husband of Amanda Newhouse Smith. Our records at the historical society do not list James. I was wondering if you can confirm his burial in some way so I can add him on to our listing in our office. Thank you very much. Karen
Catherine Irene Williams Hello, I have been looking for this lady a long time. She was the sister of my great grandfather, Martin Steel. Through your help and another gentleman, I have been able to put more pieces to the puzzle.
Seems like she moved to Oregon and no one ever heard from her.
RE: Charlotte Logan We sure appreciate all you help in trying to figure out the information on this monument. I have uploaded an additional photo - with a light cast across the face with a flashlight. What do you make of it? I was intrigued with the Merritt but there doesn't seem to be any doubt that the last letter is "A" followed by a middle initial "E" What do you see in here and do you want to see more pictures? JayK
William R. McManis Sorry, I didn't copy the title page for Thelma's transcription. The last page of her transcription did have her name and address in 1940. The first page of her transcription is page 66 of the book. I found a book in the card catalog of the Indiana State Library online which is probably the correct book: Indiana Junior Historical Society. Burials in cemetery located at U.S. 100 and Moore road, New Augusta, Indiana, Pleasant Hill cemetery. 32pp. Genealogy Division, p.f. 977.201 Muncat. no. 25 Yes, you may use my photo. Thanks for asking. Marc