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|I was born in Du Quoin, Perry, Illinois in 1946 the second child of George Walker Hinman and Mary Evelyn Bigham. My dad was the 3rd of 8 children born to Claude Lester Hinman and Freda Newton Clodfelter. My mom was the 2nd of 7 children born to James Gilbert Bigham and Zoe Eliza Trefftzs. |
I am related to several families in Perry County, Illinois on my mother's side. And also many families in Warrick County, Indiana on my father's side as well as Stoddard County, Missouri.
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|ladyN70||ALBERT McINTIRE - 15311493|
Yes, the memorial in Yankeetown Cemetery is a duplicate of the above memorial in Frisbee Cemetery. Yankeetown and Frisbee Cemeteries are the same cemetery. Maybe, if you ask Find A Grave to merge these two memorials, they can also merge the other memorials that are in Yankeetown Cem. to Frisbee Cemetery. The correct name, according to the Warrick Co. Cemetery list is Frisbee. There is no cemetery listed as Yankeetown Cemetery.
Added by ladyN70 on Sep 07, 2017 12:33 PM
Your welcome. I thought you could handle the memorial better that I could, as you were related to him and I was not. Andrew
Added by Andrew on Aug 25, 2017 11:35 PM
|chard||RE: mayflower ancestor|
John Howland . . 12 generations later, my great grandfather Fred Howland
Added by chard on Jul 29, 2017 8:12 AM
|Ann Day||RE: Freeman A McCrary|
Added by Ann Day on Jun 23, 2017 4:42 AM
|Shelly Ketchum||John Bainter memorial# 133588703|
Thank you for the info you supplied for the marriage of John Bainter & Rebecca Hough.
|Diane Addington||Powells, McVey, McCool, Addingtons|
Thanks for the edit corrections of my linking suggestions. You can tell I have been working on genealogy of the family in the last few days. Ha Ha! All the best, Diane Addington Matherly
|Ralph Hammond-Green||Charlotte Hinman # 116829454|
Thank you for the links to her parents. If you are even remotely related, just send a SAC with you # and I'll make a transfer.
No, it would not be a cenotaph. I have deleted her memorial and have shown a note on Earl Posey's memorial #35110290 concerning her name on the marker. A lot of times, the name is engraved on the marker, but the spouse remarries and is buried with his/her spouse at the time. In these situations, I always put the note on the memorial as I've done with Earl's memorial. Thanks for bringing this to my attention, otherwise, I may never have known about it.
Added by ladyN70 on Mar 17, 2017 12:20 PM
Thank you for the transfer. It was not necessary, but I do appreciate it.
Added by ladyN70 on Mar 17, 2017 7:35 AM
|Thomas Higgerson||Clarence Monteith|
Thank you for your edit suggestion for the memorial of Clarence E. Monteith May I ask what is your source for his middle name "Elmer"? Thank you for any documentation you can site.
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