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    1. [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] Wayne co Indiana
    2. W David Samuelsen
    3. Neighboring Counties of: Wayne co Indiana Vol 1-3 (1812-1860) over 600 testators http://www.sampubco.com/wills/in/inwayne01.htm More Lists http://www.sampubco.com/ W David Samuelsen SAMPUBCO

    04/29/2017 04:49:01
    1. [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] testing
    2. Shirley Pearson
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    05/31/2011 09:41:52
    1. [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] GenFest 2011
    2. GenFest 2011 will be hosted Kokomo Public Library and the Howard County Genealogical Society.  Our event will be held at the newly renovated Howard County Public Library.  Please visit their site to watch for additions to their offerings. http://www.khcpl.org/genfest2011/index.html Shirley Pearson GenFest Creator/Coordinator unicorn1945@comcast.net 765-287-0392

    03/13/2011 11:19:09
    1. [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] Fw: Samuel Jellison b c 1791 and wife Susan b c 1795
    2. Don Scantland
    3. Looking for parents of Samuel and wife Susan. They were parents of Wilhelmina who married Richard Jones in 1837 and John Woody in 1851 and Susannah who married Samuel Maze in 1846. They lived in Wayne Co and also near Deerfield in Randolph Co. Don Scantland

    02/04/2011 03:05:45
    1. [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] 2010 Census
    2. Virginia L. Aldridge
    3. Dear List Member, This is the year our country will do a census of all the people living in your household. This is very important for you to fill out and mail back to our government. So please do not forget to fill out your census form and return it. However, before you return it make a copy of it and place it in your genealogy files. I made a copy of my 2000 census before returning it to the government. Your future generation genealogists will be thrilled to find in your files your 2010 census. Remember this census we will fill out this year will not be available for 72 years to the future generations for research. I only wish I had thought of this before 2000 and that I had a copy of all the census records I sent back. Please encourage all your family members to do the same. Regards, Virginia L. Aldridge

    01/20/2010 11:57:26
    1. [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] Vanderburgh Co., IN Marriage Applications index to Volume 26 and images
    2. Virginia L. Aldridge
    3. Images for Volume 26 pages 1 - 153 are now online. http://freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~thetiethatbindsour/van_mar/van_mar_appl.htm Regards, Virginia

    06/11/2009 04:36:13
    1. Re: [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] 18 April 1905 Vanderburgh Co., IN index to Volume 26
    2. Virginia L. Aldridge
    3. Images for Volume 26 pages 1 - 106 are now online. http://freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~thetiethatbindsour/van_mar/van_mar_appl.htm Regards, Virginia

    06/09/2009 08:54:33
    1. [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] GenFest 2009 update - It's almost here!
    2. GenFest 2009 - GenFest's 5th anniversary! - is upon us and Shelbyville, Indiana has a host of great things planned for us. All GenFest activities are Free except for the performance noted. Shelbyville has several other things happening the same weekend so the whole family, even those strange family members with no interest in delving into our long-gone ancestors, will have plenty to do. - GenFest 2009 will begin with Meet and Greet at The Strand Theatre on Friday night, June 12th between 6:00 & 6:45 p.m. - At 7 p.m. performer Danny Russel will portray our renowned Indiana author, James Whitcomb Riley. - Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday at The Strand Theatre. Goody bags with all manner of treasures, maps and discount coupons will be distributed to registrants. - Vendors of all types and other participants (libraries, counties, historical alliances, and other genealogical and historical organizations) will be distributed throughout the Genealogy House, the Genealogy Society, the Shelbyville - Shelby County Public Library and the Grover Museum. All are within very easy walking distance of each other and all will be open for research and browsing. Parking, including plenty of handicap parking, is close. - Saturday at 1 p.m. - a guided walking tour of the historic Forest Hill Cemetery which includes some interesting and famous burial locations. (Those unable to walk may follow the tour in their car.) - Saturday, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. - free root beer floats will be served at the Emporium in the Grover Museum and Shelby County Historical Society. You won't want to miss "The Streets of Old Shelby" display while there. - Saturday evening - 7 p.m.The Strand Theatre will feature a performance of The Wilderness Plot with songs and stories of the settling of the American frontier between the Revolution and the Civil War. This event is sponsored by The Grover Museum. Cost - $15 - Sunday will feature a guided walking tour of the interior architecture of the old buildings of downtown Shelbyville. OTHER events in Shelbyville the same weekend are available: - Saturday, June 12 on the circle in downtown Shelbyville is the Senior Citizens Strawberry Festival. BBQ sandwiches will also be available. - Friday & Saturday - Antique Tractor Show at the Shelby County Fairgrounds with games, food and beverages. - Southeastern District Association of Baptist Churches of Ind - June 8-12 at the Shelbyville Second Baptist Church. - Eagles Lodge State Golf Tournament, June 13-14. - Shelbyville/Shelby County Farmer's Market June 13 from 8 A.M. - 11 A.M. in downtown. Shelbyville is a great town with everything centrally located and full of wonderful old buildings. The downtown circle has interesting shops and an abundance of places to eat, browse or buy gifts and treasures. Our GenFest event is convenient to all this. More good news! GenFest 2010 is in the works and will be back in Muncie, Delaware County. Even MORE good news! GenFest 2011 will be hosted by the Kokomo - Howard County Public Library. By the GenFest 2011 event rolls around, they will have a newly remodeled library. See you in Shelbyville! Shirley Pearson GenFest Coordinator unicorn1945@comcast.net Home: 765-287-0392 Cell: 765-702-3479

    06/05/2009 03:58:06
    1. [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] 18 April 1905 Vanderburgh Co., IN index to Volume 26
    2. Virginia L. Aldridge
    3. This site has been changed. Here is the new link. http://freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~thetiethatbindsour/van_mar/van_mar_appl.htm Regards, Virginia

    05/27/2009 01:21:15
    1. [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] DNA program in Marion
    2. I am forwarding this for Rhonda. Pls. pass along. Shirley Pearson Hello, Only 29 days to go until the DNA Program! I have people registered from Ohio, Kentucky, Maryland and Illinois! We still have lots of room, so if you know anyone that might be interested, let them know the price is still $65 to register. If any of you who are traveling a ways would like to spend the night, there is a nice hotel right beside Ivy Tech, Days Inn and Suites. They are very reasonable, let me know if you need more information! See you on the 30th! Rhonda Stoffer Head of Indiana History and Genealogy Services Marion Public Library 600 S Washington Marion, IN 46953 765-668-2900 ext 153

    05/01/2009 09:27:25
    1. [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] GenFest 2009 Update
    2. GenFest 2009 is approaching rapidly and is going to be a fabulous event! Mark your calendars for June 12th, & 13th. http://www.sscpl.lib.in.us/library2005/genfest_2009.htm If you are traveling from a distance and need to make overnight arrangements, now is the time. There are a number of other events taking place in the Shelbyville area that same week so competition for rooms is intense. The good news is, if you're traveling with someone not immersed in genealogy, there will be plenty of other things to do. Please visit the event website for links to hotels and motels, to see what else is happening, for a partial listing of places to eat and other amenities. You will also see the GenFest 2009 schedule, so full I won't even try to put it here. I'm deeply impressed with what our Shelbyville group has put together. http://www.sscpl.lib.in.us/library2005/genfest_2009.htm A note from Susan Armstrong: Anyone interested in being a vendor (selling items) or participant (demonstrating specific research areas) should return a Vendor Registration form as soon as possible. The final date for vendor/participant registration will be May 15th. At that time, we will assign locations for the vendors based on space needs. Vendors/participants will be given contact names and hours for setup at that time. See you at GenFest 2009 for our 5 year anniversary celebration event! Shirley Pearson GenFest Coordinator unicorn1945@comcast.net Home: 765-287-0392 Cell: 765-702-3479

    04/16/2009 07:39:14
    1. [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] GenFest 2009 Update
    2. GenFest 2009 is approaching rapidly and is going to be a fabulous event! Mark your calendars for June 12th, & 13th. http://www.sscpl.lib.in.us/library2005/genfest_2009.htm If you are traveling from a distance and need to make overnight arrangements, now is the time. There are a number of other events taking place in the Shelbyville area that same week so competition for rooms is intense. The good news is, if you're traveling with someone not immersed in genealogy, there will be plenty of other things to do. Please visit the event website for links to hotels and motels, to see what else is happening, for a partial listing of places to eat and other amenities. You will also see the GenFest 2009 schedule, so full I won't even try to put it here. I'm deeply impressed with what our Shelbyville group has put together. http://www.sscpl.lib.in.us/library2005/genfest_2009.htm A note from Susan Armstrong: Anyone interested in being a vendor (selling items) or participant (demonstrating specific research areas) should return a Vendor Registration form as soon as possible. The final date for vendor/participant registration will be May 15th. At that time, we will assign locations for the vendors based on space needs. Vendors/participants will be given contact names and hours for setup at that time. See you at GenFest 2009 for our 5 year anniversary celebration event! Shirley Pearson GenFest Coordinator unicorn1945@comcast.net Home: 765-287-0392 Cell: 765-702-3479

    04/16/2009 07:38:27
    1. Re: [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] [INDIANA] 18 April 1905 Vanderburgh Co., IN first book of marriage records to contain parent information Volume 25
    2. Julie & Kevin
    3. Virginia, Thank you , what an incredible amount of work & dedication , you have put into this. Julie B in NC -----Original Message----- From: indiana-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:indiana-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Virginia L. Aldridge Sent: Wednesday, April 15, 2009 8:47 PM To: in-east-central-L@rootsweb.com; in-west-central-L@rootsweb.com; indiana-L@rootsweb.com; ingen-L@rootsweb.com; injasper-L@rootsweb.com; inknox-L@rootsweb.com Subject: [INDIANA] 18 April 1905 Vanderburgh Co., IN first book of marriage records to contain parent information Volume 25 I have added more images of the Vanderburgh Co., IN marriage Volume 25. There are not 245 images. I am working on this file and all names are not attached as yet. When completed there will be 291 marriage records. I have all of the images and am in the process of placing them online. This may take a few more days. http://freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~thetiethatbindsour/van_mar/v ol_25_index.htm Virginia ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to INDIANA-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    04/16/2009 02:59:31
    1. Re: [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] 18 April 1905 Vanderburgh Co., IN first book of marriage records to contain parent information Volume 25
    2. Virginia L. Aldridge
    3. Just a note to let everyone know all 291 images from Volume 25 are now online. I am continuing to work on attaching the names to the images. Regards, Virginia

    04/16/2009 02:05:13
    1. Re: [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] [INDIANA] 18 April 1905 Vanderburgh Co., IN first book of marriage records to contain parent information Volume 25
    2. Virginia L. Aldridge
    3. Julie, Thank you. I just uploaded the last of the images. I am working on attaching the names of the couples to the images, but felt it was beneficial to get the images up while I continued to work on the page. Have a great week, Virginia

    04/16/2009 02:03:20
    1. [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] 18 April 1905 Vanderburgh Co., IN first book of marriage records to contain parent information Volume 25
    2. Virginia L. Aldridge
    3. I have added more images of the Vanderburgh Co., IN marriage Volume 25. There are not 245 images. I am working on this file and all names are not attached as yet. When completed there will be 291 marriage records. I have all of the images and am in the process of placing them online. This may take a few more days. http://freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~thetiethatbindsour/van_mar/vol_25_index.htm Virginia

    04/15/2009 01:46:37
    1. Re: [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] 18 April 1905 Marriage Application images online see link below updated
    2. Virginia L. Aldridge
    3. Hello, I have just updated and added up to page 200 of this volume. See link below. http://freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~thetiethatbindsour/van_mar/vol_25_index.htm Regards, Virginia L. Aldridge

    02/03/2009 02:07:58
    1. [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] 18 April 1905 Marriage Application images online see link below
    2. Virginia L. Aldridge
    3. Hello, Thirty-six more images have been added to Volume 25 marriage applications for Vanderburgh Co., IN. http://freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~thetiethatbindsour/van_mar/van_mar.htm Will continue to update this page. Regards, Virginia L. Aldridge

    01/09/2009 02:16:54
    1. [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] Eleazer Jacobs (1767-1851) and wife Tryphena
    2. Don Scantland
    3. Looking for info about parents of Eleazer and Tryphena Eleazer born CT and died Illinois. Married to Tryphena unknown They are parents of Polly (or Mary) Jacobs (1797-1874) who married Hezekiah Manning in 1829 and moved to Indiana. Don

    01/02/2009 01:21:01
    1. Re: [IN-EAST-CENTRAL] Fw: Richard Jones (1788-18340 and Wife Hannah
    2. Martha Hardcastle Guthrie
    3. My husband has a Jones line in Waterloo Twp. and I'm only mentioning it because I don't have it too far - I have it back to a William C. Jones, born 1806 in Maryland and died after 1880 in Waterloo, Fayette County. I have visited the cemetery but that info might be in my other computer. His wife's name was Mary (naturally!) and she was born 1810 in Indiana. Their daughter Rebecca W. (fourth of seven children I've found) married Lewis Henry Guthrie b. 1816 in KY (she was probably his third wife) and probably died between 1880 and 1900. I can't find graves for either her or Lewis. Maybe they are in that same cemetery and I just didn't find them. I just stumbled on it by accident one day. I only live an hour away northwest of Dayton, Ohio. I didn't notice a name on the cemetery but I did take pictures. A thunderstorm came up very quickly and I had to stop my pursuit. It was not a tiny cemetery - pretty good size, but very rural and I think south of a crossroad with fields surrounding it and a house maybe 100 feet to the south, if I had my bearings right. The storm was very intense and really threw me off! I was wandering around Waterloo just checking it out traveling from Connersville to Richmond. Martha Gloria wrote: > Do you know what county Richard and Hannah Jones lived in when they were > in PA? I have Mary Jones born in Lycoming Co., PA in 1805. I believe > her father was Samuel Jones, born before 1790 in Wales. Any connection > to Richard? > Gloria > >> Looking for parents of Richard Jones and wife Hannah >> >> >> >> > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to IN-EAST-CENTRAL-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > >

    01/01/2009 09:10:23