"Sharing two of my favorites - Indiana fall colors and an old cemetery. The Old Michigantown Cemetery is 181-years-old and was the first cemetery in the township. The first burial was that of Robert Johnson in 1831; his tombstone is still standing…"
4th Annual Indiana Genealogy & Local History Fair. Admission is free and open to the public. Visit the tables in the "Midway" to collect information from genealogical and local history organizations, Indiana public libraries, and shop the commercial vendors. Featured speakers are Bruce Oakley, Dark Rain Thom, and James Alexander Thom. Stop by the National Institute for Genealogical Studies booth for a free online course and the opportunity to be entered into a drawing for additional free…See More
"The beautiful tombstone of Lelia (Cushwa) Gossett and Infant Daughter Virginia Gossett located at Greenlawn Cemetery, Clinton County, Indiana. Lelia was born 12 Aug 1881 and died during childbirth on 28 Oct 1906. Infant Daughter Virgina Gossett died…"
"Hello, I have been researching my family history since I was 17 years old and have been assisting other researchers for over 15 years. My family research consist of Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, North and South Carolina,…"