|Danny D (#47806453)|
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|I'm currently working to add additional information and links to memorials for Prairie Chapel Cemetery near Lyons, Indiana. |
I've added a Virtual Cemetery for Civil War soldiers buried in Greene County, Indiana. Those soldiers included have been identified as having served in the Civil War through various sources (pension records, gravestone inscriptions, historical organizations, etc.). Please check it out!
If you know about a Civil War soldier buried in Greene County, Indiana (Union or Confederate) but don't see the person listed in my Virtual Cemetery, please let me know. I do need to verify service in some way, however, so please keep that in mind. I have access to older military records so will be glad to verify the service of any names and burials sent to me using these resources if you don't have it or aren't sure about the person's service. I'll be glad to share the verification information or records for your submission when found, if requested.
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|Teresa D||Catharyn Elizabeth Moore Duffey|
Thank you Danny for taking the time to carefully and eloquently, paraphrase her obit. I'm not as concerned about protecting the privacy of living descendants, since the family paid for that information to be put in the newspaper in the first place, but I do understand where you are coming from.
I can't express how grateful I am for all of your work on findagrave.com. It makes a huge difference to so many. I am thrilled to have her linked up to her parents.
Added by Teresa D on Apr 11, 2014 11:23 AM
|Teresa D||Ralph E. Isenogle|
Thank you for linking him to his parents. It is great to have him linked with his family. I also want to thank you for your speedy response. I appreciate all of your work here on findagrave.com. Have a great day.
Added by Teresa D on Apr 10, 2014 9:26 AM
|Geraldine Barnett||German Cem|
I do agree and have changed it. I always welcome another set of eyes & it helps greatly if you have the interment record, as messed up as they sometimes are. Have a great week, geraldine
|Arleta ♥||Helen C Strong Goodwin|
Thank you for maiden name and parents links; they are greatly appreciated. Have a blessed day!
Added by Arleta ♥ on Mar 23, 2014 5:10 AM
Dottie, related to the Fritz? Will transfer, let me know. Thanks for the info and all you do. geraldine
|Brenda Clontz Hash||Mary D Foster|
Danny, thanks you so much for the picture of Mary Foster's tombstone. She was my mother-in-law's mother but died when my mother-in-law was a baby so of course she doesn't remember her. Mary's maiden name was Mary D Lynch and she married Grover Heacox after Warren died so Grover was my mother-in-law's father.
Thanks again. It was such a pleasant surprise to open my e-mail and find the photo.
|Monique||Charlotte M Chafey|
Thank you so much for posting the picture of her gravestone for me. enjoy, Monique
Added by Monique on Feb 23, 2014 8:47 AM
|Margaret||RE: Martha Wright - Johnny Addison Wright #16971024|
Darwin Martindale was an older brother of my Grandfather Jesse Benjamin Martindale whom I never knew. Jesse died in 1918 of appendicitis when my father (Wendell Martindale) was only seven years old. I knew very little about my Martindale extended family, only my Grandmother Ethel who remarried and her name was Ray, and my uncles, Victor and Albert, and Aunt Fern Martindale Holtsclaw. Aunt Fern left me the information she had collected and she passed away before she could see it all on find-a-grave. I believe I was confused by the fact there were two Velma's ...one daughter of Darwin, the other daughter of Martha. I'm checking my records regarding Darwin's middle name you state as Jethro and you are probably right. Aunt Fern's handwriting sometimes was difficult to be sure of.
I would love to share information with you.
Added by Margaret on Jan 01, 2014 8:54 PM
|Margaret||Martha Wright - Johnny Addison Wright #16971024|
Thank you for the info re Martha's husband Johnny Wright. I did not know Martha but she was my great aunt. While maintaining her Memorial I tried to find her husband's burial place because it appeared he may have died as a soldier during WWII. I was not successful in locating his grave and appreciate that you notified me of same. If you have further information re his untimely death, or possibly his service record it should be added to his Memorial. You can ask Find-A-Grave for a transfer. Again, thank you.
Added by Margaret on Jan 01, 2014 7:24 AM
|John McCullough||Stockrahm picture|
Thank you for taking the time to get the picture of Katherine Stockrahm Berns grave. The effort is appreciated. John
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