|Charlene Harmon (#46809824)|
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Genealogy is my hobby. I have been researching my families (CLARK, MALONEY, RYAN, YOUNG, MARTIN, MC GINNIS) and my husband's families (HARMON and HAMMOND) since 1987.|
I have entered my family members, my husband's family members, friends and high school classmates in Find a Grave. When possible a biography is included.
I was a volunteer in the genealogy department, Johnson County Museum of History in Franklin, Indiana from 1988-2014.
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|Vicki McCauley||RE: Grant Stratton #68162214|
Absolutely! I'm sending it right now.
|mrs||RE: Charles Edw Doerflein #100871251|
I'm glad you will have success with your good deed! mrs
Added by mrs on Jul 07, 2016 3:14 AM
|mrs||RE: Charles Edw Doerflein FAG#100871251|
Hello Charlene, To reach Jane Nelson's contact information click on your contributor tools. That will bring you to a page where on the lower left bottom it will say "my findagrave friends". Click on the edit button and then you will click on "clicking here". You will see contributor # and that is where you will enter Jane Nelson's number which is 47810682 in the blank. That will bring you to a screen that says public name Jane Nelson. Click on her name and that will take you to her bio page with contact information. There is probably an easier way but this should work. I'll try to copy/paste your messages to me to her bio page, then perhaps she'll be able to contact you! Good luck. mrs
Added by mrs on Jul 06, 2016 3:51 PM
|Suzanne Young Brayer||RE: Betty Brown Piccione|
Thanks. I corrected Bailey's spelling.
There is a memorial # 45987994 for a William Michelfelder which appears to be the son of John G. 45987992 and Elizabeth 45987993 Michelfelder. Note the sequence of memorial numbers. The LDS site Family Search seems to have William at URL
I'm fairly confident that this is the same William living in the household of John G. in the 1900 census at 1102 E. Ohio St. in Indianapolis, this is lines 48 thru 50 on the page. Jacob Young family with 7 kids show up at lines 24 thru 32 on the same page. On the very next page of that census is the John F. Mickelfelder family living in what appears to be the rear of 1102 E. Ohio St. They have two kids and it says two boarders. The borders are Frederick Drinkut and wife Catherine, married less than a year. I think this is Catherine Louisa Young Drinkut, Elizabeth Young Michelfelder's sister.
On lines 5 thru 8 of the third page, we find John F. Young, wife minnie and two daughters.
I hope you have a way to search the 1900 census. I use MyHeritage. Ancestry.com has a search engine too.
Added by qashqai on Jun 20, 2015 3:34 PM
|Mark McCrady||Melvin Shelton|
I got your message about Melvin Shelton, who you say is in Rocklane Cemetery. First, information in obituaries is often wrong. I have seen many instances where some one put the wrong cemetery in an obit. Second, this could be different people. I put that memorial up from a book I have of people who are buried in Greenlawn. To add to it, I also photographed his stone, and he has a burial date on the stone, so if he was at Rocklane instead, there would be no date on his stone. I think you have this Melvin Shelton confused with another one. If you can give me proof that the one for this memorial and the one I photographed is not in Greenlawn, I will gladly delete the memorial.
|Rita Osborne||RE: Marjorie Mae Curry #138424202|
Thank you very much.
|Ann Harman Thomas||Harmon|
I'm a HARMAN from Virginia have you found and links with your HARMOM'S WITH MINE in Va.?
Ann Harman Thomas
Charlene, I wanted to let you know that some one wanted a grave photo of the Henrys in Hurricane Cemetery in Johnson County Indiana, and I got them today. However, you have put so many photos of them on their page that the grave photos wont show. Is it really necessary to have that many of the same photo? If you would remove a couple of them, then the requester could see the gravestone. This is Find A Grave, after all! Thank You, I am sure they will appreciate it.
|qashqai||Daisy Belle Parker Akard Schoolcraft|
Thank you for the transfer. To see this grand old Dame (note the Capitol D) has finally gone to her reward. Rest in peace Aunt Daisy, well miss you.
Added by qashqai on Mar 21, 2014 3:19 PM
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