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Sally Harrod (#47881152)
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My grandmother sparked the geneology bug in me as a young girl. I would spend hours listening to her stories and asking many questions. And I enjoy helping others with their family history.
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Charles Flinn
Sarah Eggen
Hi Sally, Thanks so much for the photo of Sarah's grave. It's People like you that make this program a success.Thans Again. Charlie Flinn
Added by Charles Flinn on Aug 14, 2012 6:28 PM
W. S. Eggen
Thank you very much Sally for getting the photo of William Eggen. It is much appreciated.

Sandra Estes
Added by galtgal on Aug 13, 2012 6:30 PM
Scotty P
Hi Sally thanks for the Great photos of the Headstones Scott.
Added by Scotty P on Jul 24, 2012 7:38 AM
RE: Linking family
The Clifford E. Smith 1887-1942 in Sellersburg Cemetery has no other Smith stones near him. If he had family buried with him, they near had any stones placed. If you go to the cemetery, look for the sculpture/stone for Jo Ann Bennington O'Rear. It is very distinctive and you will find him right there by it.
In the Indiana WPA Marriage Index for Clark Co., I found a Clifford Edward Smith born July 9, 1887, who married on Dec. 24, 1907, Francie Lockwood born Aug. 1, 1888. There were also marriages listed for a Clifford born Dec. 29, 1889 and a Clifford H. born Aug. 27, 1881. The first one matches the year on the stone, but they weren't always truthful about their birth years on the marriage records.
You should check the 1942 death records and obituaries for Clark Co. to see whether this is the man you are looking for. You can also check the 1940 census to see which one was living in the area. They have Indiana indexed on and it's a free search. Douser
Added by Douser on Jul 15, 2012 10:55 AM

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