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Bruceville 8th grade class Possibly between 1930's to 1940's has names of students on back also shown. Would the person who sent me this picture please email me again. one of the users of this website would love to make contact with you, her grandmother Catherine Fahey is in the photo. She would love to have a better scan so she could print it out.
Picture click here, Ammondola Italy 1944, 2d Bomb Group Officers Club HQ / Hershel W Cox S. SGT band leader /Radioman On B-17, Hershel W Cox is the Bass Player in the Picture. Do you know anyone else? Looking for other names....
Looking for information on an Edward Woolenburg (name may be spelled wrong), he may have died in a train wreck near Knox county Indiana. I met a nice lady at the Knox county Library who has traveled from far away, to Research this. So any help would be appreciated. Email me at email@example.com
The tragedy going on with the Maria Creek Cemetery, of 200 buried there, only 1 full marker remains that of Revolutionary war veteran Charles Polk (polk) thanks to Vickie Bruce Gorby for bringing this to my attention
Joe H. Mengedoht of Connersville, Ind. Would like to find
any information of a coal mine cave in, in 1962 in Knox county Indiana. His
Grandfather Ransom Mengedoht was one of the men that was killed in the
mine. If you have any information Joe and I would appreciate an email
Response: 1 Peggy Robbins advised the death date for Ransom Mengedoht was "Oct 17 1962". should be near the date of the Cave in.
Response 2: I have article from Vincennes Sun-Commercial "Miner Killed By Slate Fall at White Ash" "Ramsom Mengedoht, 58, dead when taken from shaft". I would be happy to copy and send to Joe if he will send me an address. My Grandfather was Ransom's brother. Ansalea Kaiser
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