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I love history, particularly family history. I also like to walk through cemeteries reading epitaphs and finding interesting graves. I find it very rewarding to help others in their search for family and would love to help those on this site.|
Most of the memorials that I mangage are family members I've discovered in my family history research. Those that are not family are grave sites that I felt compelled to photograph or obits I have come across. I am also drawn to graves of people who died pre-1910 and I want to be sure that they are recorded before their graves fall in to total oblivion.
Please feel free to use any of the photos I've taken. They do not belong to me, but to those who love the dearly departed.
Please let me know if I have added someone that is in your family. It is not my intent to offend or trespass on other's loved ones.
All memorials are added to honor those who have gone before us and to serve as a resource for future generations in their search of family history.
God Bless :)
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Anne, Doug Williams, In Loving Memor..., Jan Miller, Janet S. Alvis, Jerry Conklin, Linda Y, Lisa Larimore, Mike Smith, Monica Barth, Shelly, Terry Burns
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|Robert Lawrence McKillip||William Webster Crim|
I never knew William, my grandmother was a daughter of his brother John. I have photo of John on his memorial, # 38446211. I also have a photo of John when he was about seventy I'm guessing. I can send you a copy if you think that would help.
|Anonymous||RE: Adwell Photos|
Indy as you probably know, this style of stone is hard to photograph. There is very little of a raised surface to create a shadow. It looks like your photo had been taken in the morning while my shot was taken in the late afternoon. I have found that on a dry sunny mid day this style of stone can be very hard to read. I am glad this worked out for you. You are welcome, Jim.
|Lori Trammel||RE: Taylor Pix|
Hello....Indyanna.....I just started doing this but find it fascinating it is something my husband and I do as a couple and enjoy it.......I think of it as going on a quest some of them are like fins a needle in a haystack.....
|Linda Y||Beulah cornwell|
Are you aware of beulah cornwell buried in union co kh. I saw the cornwells were related to you. She was added in pythian Ridge. Union co ky
Added by Linda Y on Mar 23, 2014 6:59 AM
|Amy H.||RE: St. Patrick's Section - St Mary's|
I'm only about halfway through St. Patrick's section, but you can go to the cemetery page and search by that last name and you'll see what has been entered so far.
Added by Amy H. on Oct 28, 2013 2:29 PM
|Terry Burns||Burns Family|
I'm researching the Michael Burns family in the St. Patrick's section of St. Mary's Cemetery in Lafayette, IN. If you're willing to share info, please contact me.
|Amy H.||RE: St. Mary's Cemetery - Lafayette Indiana|
I am a volunteer for the Tippecanoe County Historical Association. We've been working to get all of our cemeteries on Findagrave. St. Mary's is one of the last big ones. We went to the office at St. Mary's and the man in charge let us look at the old books and make digital copies of them. So far we've only copied the two oldest sections and I'm about 1/2 finished entering St. Patrick's Addition.
Added by Amy H. on Oct 23, 2013 4:28 PM
I have info on the headstone you requested and several more associated with it. Contact me for more info.
|NLColes||RE: Sarah Leonard|
You are very welcome. Do you think Sarah is related to Effie Myrtle Parker, since they are in the same plot?
Added by NLColes on Jul 29, 2013 9:56 AM
|LuAnn Jay||Helen James|
Just a little FYI in case your interested. Round Hill Cemetery where Helen,William, and Betty James are buried has 1 famous person buried there. That is John George, who was the drummer boy for much of the Revoluntionary War for George Washington.
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