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|Danny D (#47806453)|
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|The soldiers included in the Virtual Cemeteries 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 soldier listed, please let me know. I do need to verify service in some way, however, so please keep that in mind. |
I have access to some older military records and will be glad to verify the service of any names and burials sent to me using these resources. I'll, also, share the verification information or records for submissions when found and requested.
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|Mary Rose Weber||Robert & Elsie Conklin|
Thanks so much for taking the picture of their headstone. Much appreciated.
|Nolan Bateman||Headstone Photo|
Thanks for the photo. Now we all now why the memorial has no dates.
|Karen Winters||Lourina McBride Randolph Woodward|
Thank you for the photo of my Great Aunt's headstone. This one looks very very old!!!!
|Maxine Adam||Mary Moffat Stevenson and William Stevenson,|
Fairview Cemetery, Salem ? Indiana,
thank you for the photo of the marker at Fairview for Mary and William Stevenson, William is the son of my grt. grandfather John Dick Stevenson who is buried in Salem Cemetery, Greene County, Indiana. Mary Moffat was Williams wife. John Dick Stevenson emigrated to the U.S. to join sons William and John. I would love to find their descendants who would be my cousins a few times removed. I wonder where John Jnr. and wife are buried? Also there is a marker for Mary Stevenson, age 16 beside John Dick's marker in Salem Cemetery, a granddaughter probably and daughter of John Jnr. or William I expect.
|Camille Jenson||Geo Baughman Photo|
Thank you for the excellent photo of his monument
|Earl C. Padgett ||Gravestone/Phyllis (Goad) Padgett|
Many thanks for taking the picture and posting it of the gravestone of Phyllis Sue (Goad) Padgett who died in January.
Unfortunately, the "folks" have not cut the death date into the stone yet. I don't know how long it takes to do this, do you?
Anyway, thanks for your efforts.
Earl C. Padgett
Kansas City, MO
|John McCullough||Katharina Stockrahm|
Thanks very much for taking the picture of the memorial. It gives me some information I didn't have!
|Ralph Harris||Fairview Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the great Rogers tombstone photos at Fairview Cemetery. They are very greatly appreciated.
|Darrell G Mounts||Mona Howard|
Thanks from all Howard relatives.
|Chreas Kratzer||Photo: Richard Page|
Thank you very much for finding the photo for me. I try to do the same in my are for others but we have very old cemeteries in Pennsylvania so it's hard to find the records even.
I appreciate the photo and I'll do my best to pay it forward.
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