Charlotte Carter

F, b. 11 August 1806
FatherIchabod Carter b. 3 Feb 1769, d. 14 Oct 1851
MotherAbigail McCalvey b. 1770, d. 20 Aug 1848
     Charlotte Carter was born on 11 August 1806. She was the daughter of Ichabod Carter and Abigail McCalvey.

Richard Skidmore Gerard1

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     Richard Skidmore Gerard married Nancy Carter, daughter of Noah Diah Carter and Ruth Turner, after 1813.1

Family

Nancy Carter b. 14 Dec 1797, d. 19 Dec 1884

Citations

  1. [S509] Long Island Genealogy. Online at @ www.longislandgenealogy.com.

Nathan Davis1

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     Nathan Davis married Hannah Carter, daughter of Noah Diah Carter and Ruth Turner, after 1820.1

Family

Hannah Carter b. 1 Sep 1798

Citations

  1. [S509] Long Island Genealogy. Online at @ www.longislandgenealogy.com.

Elisha Overton1

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     Elisha Overton married Ruth Carter, daughter of Noah Diah Carter and Ruth Turner, in Jefferson, New York.1

Family

Ruth Carter b. 4 Mar 1800

Citations

  1. [S509] Long Island Genealogy. Online at @ www.longislandgenealogy.com.

Julia R. Raynor1

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     Julia R. Raynor married Henry Carter, son of Noah Diah Carter and Ruth Turner, on 26 November 1826 in Manorville, Suffolk County, New York.1

Family

Henry Carter b. 4 Mar 1803, d. 21 Dec 1897

Citations

  1. [S509] Long Island Genealogy. Online at @ www.longislandgenealogy.com.

Eliza Hudson1

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     Eliza Hudson married Henry Carter, son of Noah Diah Carter and Ruth Turner.1

Family

Henry Carter b. 4 Mar 1803, d. 21 Dec 1897

Citations

  1. [S509] Long Island Genealogy. Online at @ www.longislandgenealogy.com.

Jane Catheart1,2

F, b. 4 March 1830, d. 20 April 1894
FatherJohn Cathcart2 b. b 1815
MotherMary2 b. b 1815
     Jane Catheart was born on 4 March 1830 in Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.2 She was the daughter of John Cathcart and Mary.2

     Jane Catheart married Samuel Scott Newcomb before 1856.2,3 In the census of 5 August 1870 in Pepin, Pepin County, Wisconsin, Jane appears in the household of Samuel Scott Newcomb as Jane Newcomb. She is 43 years old, keeping house, and was born in Pennsylvania.3 Jane Catheart survived the death of her husband, Samuel Scott Newcomb, who died in August 1873. In 1880, Jane moved to McCook County, South Dakota. She came with her three sons and lived on an adjoining farm to Thomas McKinnon before marrying Ichabod Carter.2

      She married Ichabod Gararas Carter, son of John Carter and Joanna Raynor, between 1881 and 1882 in South Dakota. Jane appeared as Jane Newcomb. She was a widow; her first husband being Scott Newcomb.2 Jane Carter and Ichabod Gararas Carter were separtated circa 1885 at Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota. They were never legally separated, nor is it known if they were ever legally divorced. One of Ichabod's son thought the reason they separated was because Ichabod learned that Jane had not divorced her husband. However there is a record of Jane's husband dying in 1873.2

     Jane Catheart died on 20 April 1894 in Canton, Buffalo County, Wisconsin, at age 64; consumption.2 She is buried in the Pepin Protestant Cemetery located in Pepin County, Wisconsin. She was first buried in the North Branch Cemetery, for the roads were in such condition that they could not get to Pepin to bury her; and in the summer, when the roads could be used, her body was taken up and she was buried in Pepin Protestant Cemetery, next to her first husband Newcomb and their son Chauncey Hobart Newcomb.[C]2

Family 1

Samuel Scott Newcomb b. 1825, d. Aug 1873
Children

Family 2

Ichabod Gararas Carter b. 4 Aug 1829, d. 8 Feb 1902

Citations

  1. [S757] Longwood's Journey: Ichabod Carter, 133rd New York Infantry, online @ www.longwood.k12.ny.us/history/civil/carter.htm.
  2. [S910] Ichabod Carter's pension file. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  3. [S381] 1870 U. S. Census, Pepin County, Wisconsin population schedule, Pepin, Page 235, NARA.

Mary A. Pate1

F, b. 1828, d. 15 December 1895
     Mary A. Pate was also known as Mary Craig.1

     Mary A. Pate married (?) Craig.1

     Mary A. Pate was born in 1828.1

     Mary A. Pate married Ichabod Gararas Carter, son of John Carter and Joanna Raynor, on 26 November 1890 in Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota. Their names were shown as Ichabod G. Carter and Mary A. Criag. Mary was a widow; her first husband being a Mr. Craig. Pastor F. W. Moon married them at the Free Methodist Church. No children were born from this union.2,1

     Mary A. Pate died on 15 December 1895 in Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, South Dakota.2,1 She is buried in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery located in South Dakota.[C]1

Family 1

(?) Craig b. b 1870

Family 2

Ichabod Gararas Carter b. 4 Aug 1829, d. 8 Feb 1902

Citations

  1. [S910] Ichabod Carter's pension file. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  2. [S757] Longwood's Journey: Ichabod Carter, 133rd New York Infantry, online @ www.longwood.k12.ny.us/history/civil/carter.htm.

Mary Tierman1

F, b. 7 November 1842, d. before 26 August 1931
FatherJohn Freeman1 b. b 1828
MotherMary Caffrey1 b. b 1828
     Mary Tierman was born on 7 November 1842 in New York.1 She was the daughter of John Freeman and Mary Caffrey.1

     Mary Tierman married Albert Tasker on 29 November 1865 in New York. They married on November 29, when Mary was 22 years old and Albert was 25 years old. The date was etched in Mary's wedding ring, but the year is illegible. It appears as Nov. 29, 186?. Mary remembers that the Civil War was going on at the time. Albert Tasker was not in the service. He was a bookkeeper in a broker's office.1

     Mary Tierman married Ichabod Gararas Carter, son of John Carter and Joanna Raynor, on 5 May 1901 in Dover, Kent County, Delaware. Father Barnes married them in the Episcopal Church. No children were born by this union.2,1

     Mary Carter entered Alms House, Wyoming, Delaware. She had no other way to get support. She bore a good reputation. She came to Delaware with her sister and her sister's husband, John Frank Westervolt. She had been living with them in New York City and continued to live with them in Delaware until she married Ichabod Carter.1

     In a letter to the Commissioner of Pensions from a Special Examiner, it states that Mary is living at the Almhouse and that she is almost blind, feeble physically and that her memory seriously impaired. She first applied for the pension after her husband Ichabod died in 1902. She could not find what became of his first wife and the matter dragged on. The next application for the pension was made in 1923. On 10 April 1930, the pension was allowed at the rate of $30 per month commencing June 22, 1923. In a letter on 7 March 1930, a Laura C. Walls writes to the Pension Bureau requesting a larger pension, stating that Mary hasn't anyone to take care of her properly, she needs baths and a nurses care, and it seems too bad to have a Civil War veternas wife to die in the Poor House when she should be removed and get sufficient pension to have proper care.1

     Mary Tierman died before 26 August 1931 in Dover, Kent County, Delaware.1

Family 1

Albert Tasker b. 1840, d. 25 Feb 1874

Family 2

Ichabod Gararas Carter b. 4 Aug 1829, d. 8 Feb 1902

Citations

  1. [S910] Ichabod Carter's pension file. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.
  2. [S757] Longwood's Journey: Ichabod Carter, 133rd New York Infantry, online @ www.longwood.k12.ny.us/history/civil/carter.htm.

Burns City Cemetery

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     Burns City Cemetery: Burns City, Martin County, Indiana.
Christopher C. Holt--.1
Nancy Jane Ragle--.2
Emberson Holt--; Funeral services were held from the Christian Church at 11:00 with Rev. R. R Ohaver in charge.3,4
Pheriba J. Sims--.1

Citations

  1. [S790] Burns City Cemetery, 1996.
  2. [S115] Genealogy and History of the Extended Ragle Family, online @ jlragle.com. Ragle, John L..
  3. [S323] Emerson Holt obituary, February 10, 1922.
  4. [S788] Indiana, Martin County, Abstracts of Obituaries, 1869 - 1929, Vol V.

Scotland Cemetery

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     Scotland Cemetery: Greene County, Indiana.
wife of Solomon Osborn Rebecca--.1
Earnest W. King--.2,3
Charles W. King--.4,3
Harry R. King--.5,3
Susan W. Barker--.6,3
Grandville Cemetery

Lydia Liles--.3
Elizabeth Hasler--.3
Nathaniel Ledgerwood--; Rust stone, vase at the top and on one side is Sarah, wife of N. Ledgerwood and the other side Nathaniel Ledgerwood.3
Edgar R. King--.7
George Ledgerwood--.3
Henry H. Ledgerwood--.8
Paris King--.9,3
Grandville Cemetery

John E. King--; Written on his gravemarker is the following: "Cor. of Troop G 3rd U. S. Cavalry, killed near San Francisco, Luzon 1sl. Nobly he fell, while fighting for liberty."3
Sarah Holt--.3
George Ledgerwood--.3
Charles Wallace Ledgerwood--.
William Delancy King--.3

Citations

  1. [S28] Greene County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Eastern Greene County, Indiana, Osborn, Rebecca (w/o S.) (d. 69y3m10d).
  2. [S28] Greene County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Eastern Greene County, Indiana, King, Earnest W., 8 Oct 1871 - 10 Jul 1876.
  3. [S829] Scotland Cemetery, Greene County, Indiana.
  4. [S28] Greene County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Eastern Greene County, Indiana, King, Chas. W., 13 Jul 1875 - 31 Jul 1876.
  5. [S28] Greene County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Eastern Greene County, Indiana, King, Harry E., 14 Aug 1877 - 2 Jan 1878.
  6. [S28] Greene County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Eastern Greene County, Indiana, King, Susan W., 16 Apr 1844 - 29 Jul 1879.
  7. [S28] Greene County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Eastern Greene County, Indiana, King, Edgar R., 2 Jan 1870 - 7 Jun 1889.
  8. [S28] Greene County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Eastern Greene County, Indiana, Henry H. Ledgerwood, Henry H. 1858 - 1896.
  9. [S28] Greene County Historical Society, Cemeteries of Eastern Greene County, Indiana, King, Paris, 14 Oct 1839 - 14 Apr 1896.

First Presbyterian Church Cemetery

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     First Presbyterian Church Cemetery: Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey.
wife of Jacob Garrigus, Sarah--.

Old Hill Cemetery

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Citations

  1. [S592] Letter, Terry Weston to Barbara Malloure, 11 September 1981.

Windham Cemetery

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Citations

  1. [S499] Windham Cemetery, Windham County, Connecticut. Online at www.geocities.com/Heatland/Fields/4791/windhamcem.html.

Crane Naval Base, Ledgerwood Cemetery

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     Crane Naval Base, Ledgerwood Cemetery: Martin County, Indiana.
Margaret Hayes--.1

Citations

  1. [S671] Cemeteries at the Crane Naval Surface Warfare. Online at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inmartin/crane.htm

Crane Naval Base, Holt Cemetery

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Crane Naval Base, Holt Cemetery: Martin County, Indiana, Henry H. Holt and many of his family and descendants are buried here. This cemetery is located within a Naval Base and visitation is only allowed on Memorial Day or sometimes with advance notice.
Malinda Waggoner--.
Doswell Holt--.1

Susan Holt--; There are 3 rocks in the Holt cemetery (Crane) near Susan's parents Doswell and Mary Holt.
infant Osborn--.2
Green M. Holt--; Grave marker is next to John E. Holt, his brother who died a few months later, and James Holt, his father, who died in 1870.2,1
John E. Holt--; His grave marker is grouped together with Green M. Holt, his brother, who died a few months earlier and James Holt, his father, who died in 1870.1,2
Arena Holt--; She is buried next to her father, who died two years after her.1,2
J. T. Osborn--.2
John Holt--; He is buried next to Doswell Holt, and Doswell's wife Mary, and three smaller grave stones.2,1
Calvin Holt--.2
James Holt--; Grave marker is together with sons, Green M. Holt and John E. Holt.1,2
Emily Ann Holt--.2
Calvin Holt--; He is buried near his parents and his siblings, Catherine and Caswell.2
Caswell Holt--; He is buried near his parents and two siblings, Calvin and Catherine.2,1
Catherine Holt--; Her grave marker is located near her parents James H. and Malinda Holt. There is a dove etched on the stone.1

Catharine Grey--.1,2
Henry H. Holt--.1

Mary Catherine Davis--; Her grave marker is next to Doswell Holt and three smaller stones, one with "H" on it.2,1

Elsie Nichols--.2
Aden Holt--; She is buried next to Ava, Caswell, and Calvin Holt.1,2
Ava Holt--.2,1
Catherine Holt--; Her grave strong is very nice with stump on the top and a rope around the stone.2,1

Claudie Bowers--.2
James Henry Holt--; at the Holt cemetery. Funeral services were conducted Monday after at the Christian church by Eld. C. H. Buchanan. James and Malinda, his wife, share the same grave stone and it includes an open book on top of the stone.3,1

Henry Holt--; Henry and Melvina are on the same grave marker, but no death date is indicated for Melvina. Also there is a line under Henry Holt's information to indicate completion and this is not for Melvina. About 10 feet behind this marker is the grave marker for James and Malinda Holt, Henry's brother, James and James' wife.1,4

George Holt--; The funeral service was held Monday afternoon at 2:00pm with Rev. R. T. Gwyn. George and Elizabeth share the same grave marker. Elizabeth's death date is not given, therefore it isn't possible to tell if she is buried there. The grave marker is in good shape and very nice. Approximately 10 feet in front is the grave marker for Henry and Melvina Holt, George's brother and his wife.2,1,5

Luther Holt--; The funeral service was held from the residence Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock with Reb. S. F. Spamhower in charge.1,2,6
Henry S. Nichols--.2
Malinda Sims--.1

Citations

  1. [S32] Holt Cemetery at the Crane Naval Surface Warfare.
  2. [S671] Cemeteries at the Crane Naval Surface Warfare. Online at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inmartin/crane.htm
  3. [S329] James Holt obituary, 13 November 1903.
  4. [S788] Indiana, Martin County, Abstracts of Obituaries, 1869 - 1929, Vol V.
  5. [S324] George Holt obituary, 1922.
  6. [S698] Luther Holt obituary, Sept 24, 1924, Vol. 51.

Shoals Cemetery

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     Shoals Cemetery: Martin County, Indiana.

Pleasant Hill Cemetery

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     Pleasant Hill Cemetery: County Road 1550N, beside a church, Madison Township, Daviess County, Indiana.
Josephine Arford.1,2
Malissa Arford--.1
Mary May Arford--.1,2
Catherine Slater--.1,2
Jacob W. Arford--.1,2
Crawford Arford--.1,2
Jane C. Wilson--.1
Lunae Arford--; The following is written on her gravestone: "God moves in mysterious way, his wonders to perform, he plants his footsteps, and rides upon the storm, on the sea."1,2
Louisa Winklepeck--.1
Albert Wade Arford--.3,1

Citations

  1. [S769] Cemeteries of Daviess County, Indiana, Volume II, Compiled 1986 - 1988.
  2. [S828] Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Daviess County, Indiana.
  3. [S338] Rev. A. W. Arford obituary, June 6, 1930, No. 23.

Walnut Hill, including Good Hope Section Cemetery

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     Walnut Hill, including Good Hope Section Cemetery was born in 3/4 mile north of Odon on County Rd. 900E, Daviess County, Indiana.
John Scott Arford--; The funeral services were held at the Christian church at 2:00 pm with Rev. A. C. Trusty in charge. The K. of P. lodge had charge of the obsequies.1,2
Amanda Solomon--.1
Roland D. Arford--.1
Ernest Castle Arford--.1
Jacob Ray Arford--.1

Citations

  1. [S769] Cemeteries of Daviess County, Indiana, Volume II, Compiled 1986 - 1988.
  2. [S331] John Scott Arford's obituary, December 3, 1915.

Little Prairie Cemetery

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     Little Prairie Cemetery: Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri.
Joseph C. Malloure--.1
Clara M. Arford--.2
Clarence Leon Malloure--; H. S. Smith Funeral Home at 808 Ward Ave., Caruthersville, Missouri handled the arrangements.3
Victor Theodore Malloure--; H. S. Smith Funeral Home is listed on the Death Certificate.4
Harry E. Malloure--; Funeral Home listed on death certificate is H. S. Smith Funeral Home.5

Citations

  1. [S177] Joseph C. Malloure Sr., Missouri, Death Certificate, #20213.
  2. [S167] Clara M. Malloure, Missouri, Death Certificate, #43891-a.
  3. [S574] Clarence L. Malloure, Missouri, Death Certificate, #39650.
  4. [S575] Victor T. Malloure, Missouri, Death Certificate, #60-023978.
  5. [S576] Harry Everett Malloure, Missouri, Death Certificate, #63-029380.

Simpson Chapel Cemetery

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     Simpson Chapel Cemetery: Taylor Township, Greene County, Indiana.
John Bogart--.1

Citations

  1. [S284] Stalcup Researcher, e-mail to Barb Malloure, 1999.

Lindenwood Cemetery

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     Lindenwood Cemetery is buried in the Lindenwood Cemetery located in River Haven, Allen County, Indiana.[C]1

Lindenwood Cemetery: Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.
Matilda Piepenbrink--.2 Lindenwood Cemetery is buried in the Lindenwood Cemetery located in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Michigan.[C]3 Lindenwood Cemetery is buried in the Lindenwood Cemetery located in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Michigan.[C]4
Diedrich Conrad Piepenbrink--.2
Henry P. Piepenbrink--.2
Mary Haseman--.2
Carl Heinrich Friedrich Conrad Piepenbrink--.1 Lindenwood Cemetery is buried in the Lindenwood Cemetery located in Allen County, Indiana.[C]1,5
Sophia Maria Piepenbrink--.1
Wilbur J. Piepenbrink--.2
Wilhemina Ellingson--.2
Emma Louise Piepenbrink--; Services were held at 10 a.m. at the Chalfant-Perry Funeral Home with the Rev. J. W. Fox officating. The Bears were Bert Smith,Dallas Smith, Wilson Smith, Hubert Sherman, Wilfred Piepenbrink, and Vernon Piepenbrink.6,2,7
Vernon Piepenbrink--.2

Citations

  1. [S1078] Information submitted by various independent individuals., online @ www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S291] Lindenwood Cemetery Interment Records, Fort Wayne Indiana, Volume 10, N-Q, Volume 7 I-K, 1860-1972.
  3. [S268] Letter, Hilda A. Scherman to Lucille Malloure, 26 January 1994. Sheet of paper listing thoses buried in Lindenwood Cemetery. Section D, Plot 75, 8 graves.
  4. [S268] Letter, Hilda A. Scherman to Lucille Malloure, 26 January 1994. Sheet of paper listing thoses buried in Lindenwood Cemetery. Section D, Plot 75, 8 graves.
  5. [S870] Viewed on the Internet. Data unverified. http://www.acgsi.org/dath/pl.asp. Viewed 28 July 2012. George Piepenbrink, 6 Feb 1924, Father: Conrad Piepenbrink. Mother: Catherine Drubeliss. Burial: Lindenwood.
  6. [S191] Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, Saturday, April 17, 1948.
  7. [S1018] Emma Louise Kelley's Memorial Book, Aprril 15, 1948. Copy in possession of Barbara J. Malloure.

Hannegan Christian Church Cemetery

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Citations

  1. [S706] Hannegan Cemetery, Rush County, Indiana.
  2. [S262] John Holt, Holt Happenings Holts in Indiana in "RootsWeb Listserver - Holts," listserve message 28 Oct 1997, Henry's brother Drury Holt came to Rush Co., Indiana, about the same year 1833. He had been born in Hawkins Co. TN, Jan 25, 1801. He was a farmer, Minister the Christian Church and a JOP. He died in Rush Co., Indiana, March 11, 1883 and is buried in the yard at Hanagar Church, where he preached so many years.
  3. [S26] Ohio Genealogical Society, Carol W. Flavell, C. G., Chairman Members of Columbiana County Chapter, Columbiana County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions, Volume 7.

Wilmot Cemetery

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     Wilmot Cemetery was born in Cowley County, Kansas.
Eliphaz Holt--.1
Wilmot Cemetery is buried in the Wilmot Cemetery located in.[C] Wilmot Cemetery is buried Wilmot, Cowley County, Kansas.[C]

Citations

  1. [S1078] Information submitted by various independent individuals., online @ www.findagrave.com.

Concord Cemetery

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Citations

  1. [S165] Anna Woodruff, Indiana, Record of Death.

Flynn Cemetery

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     Flynn Cemetery: Greene County, Indiana.
Doswell Holt--.
Evaline Flinn--.1

Citations

  1. [S1078] Information submitted by various independent individuals., online @ www.findagrave.com.

Yale City Cemetery

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     Yale City Cemetery was born in Yale, Jasper County, Illinois.

Fernwood Cemetery

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     Fernwood Cemetery: Henderson, Henderson County, Kentucky.
John B. Semonin--; At his own request this Cross of the Legion on Honor was buried with him, on his breast.1
Elizabeth Tisserand--.1
Adaline Jane Semonin--.1
Jane C. Bourey--.1,2
Albert A. Semonin--.1
John B. Tisserand--.1
Mary Jane Tisserand--.1

Citations

  1. [S1078] Information submitted by various independent individuals., online @ www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S9] Jeanne C. Semonin, Indidana, Certificate of Death, #19500010.

Church of Brethen Cemetery

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     Church of Brethen Cemetery: Arcadia, Hamilton County, Indiana.
Lydia Ehman--.1
Keziah M. Lee--.1

Citations

  1. [S250] Letter, Nancy Harris to Barb Malloure, March 3, 2000.

Mt. Zion Cemetery

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