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Caroline Kelly Tombstone
Caroline Kelly Tombstone
Status: Located;  
 
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Carthage Jail
Note 2nd story window and well
Carthage Jail Note 2nd story window and well
Status: Located; Joseph Smith was imprisoned in the Carthage Jail with three other prominent Mormons. A group attacked them, at which time Joseph was shot trying to escape through the second story window. He fell to the ground, still alive, and was dragged to the well and propped up, only to be shot again. 
 
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Carthage Jail upper bedroom.  An LDS missionary is showing Linda Snowden through this historical building.
Carthage Jail upper bedroom. An LDS missionary is showing Linda Snowden through this historical building.
Status: Located; Joseph was imprisoned, but allowed to stay with his party in the jailer's bedroom and use the kitchen. A large cell is also on the second floor; but for Joseph's safety he was not locked inside. Unfortunately, the mob succeeded in taking over the jail--the jailers wife and daughter being the only ones there at the time--with such action taking Joseph's life. 
 
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Cary at the Osmond Studios
Cary at the Osmond Studios
Cary was one cool guy. Here he is, in his 1979 style clothing and hair, looking over the impressions of famous artists at the Osmond Studios in Orem, Utah. 
 
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Catharine (Ulerich) Fries with her children
Catharine (Ulerich) Fries with her children
Status: Located;  
 
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Catharine B. Shilts
Catharine B. Shilts
Status: Located; Located in the Greenhills Cemetery,
Columbia City, Whitley County, Indiana 
 
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Catherine (Ulerich) Fries, son Henry Edward Fries, and daughter Rosella Matiilda (Fries) Regan.
Catherine (Ulerich) Fries, son Henry Edward Fries, and daughter Rosella Matiilda (Fries) Regan.
Status: Located; Photo appears to have been taken at the Fries home on Oak Street; although current photos of the home do not have the porch that is apparent in this photograph. 
 
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Catherine Fries 150.jpg
Catherine Fries 150.jpg
 
 
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Catherine Fries--photo was taken from the Columbia City High School yearbook--the year of her graduation.
Catherine Fries--photo was taken from the Columbia City High School yearbook--the year of her graduation.
Status: Located;  
 
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Catherine Roberta Elizabeth Watt
At age 18
Catherine Roberta Elizabeth Watt At age 18
 
 
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Catherine Roberta Elizabeth Watt
Circa 1918, age about 25/26
Catherine Roberta Elizabeth Watt Circa 1918, age about 25/26
Photo taken during her recovery from the Asian Flu. 
 
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Certified Birth Entry for Minnie Charlotte Johnson
Certified Birth Entry for Minnie Charlotte Johnson
Status: Located; Minnie Charlotte Johnson
Born 1 May 1886 in Ludborough, Lincolnshire, England
Father: John Johnson, Farm Labourer
Mother: Minnie Charlotte Johnson, formerly Snowden 
 
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Certified coy of marriage license and 'return' documenting the marriage of Christiann and JOhn.  Date of marriage was 28 March 1858.
Certified coy of marriage license and "return" documenting the marriage of Christiann and JOhn. Date of marriage was 28 March 1858.
Status: Located;  
 
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Certified death certificate of Christia Hoover Hedrick
Certified death certificate of Christia Hoover Hedrick
Status: Located;  
 
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Certified Marriage Certified for Emerson Snowden and Ann Hufton.
Certified Marriage Certified for Emerson Snowden and Ann Hufton.
Status: Located; Documents states Emerson is a Bachelor, and Ann is a Spinster. William Snowden is the father of Emerson, and Richard is the father of Ann. Date of marriage was February 23, 1846. Emerson's occupation was shoemaker; William's occupation was labourer; and Richard's occupation was carrier. (Presume a letter carrier.) 
 
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Ch Ann Hofton, d/o richard + Charlotte,  27 Jan 1827, N. Somercotes
Ch Ann Hofton, d/o richard + Charlotte, 27 Jan 1827, N. Somercotes
 
 
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Ch-Dinah Snowden, d/o Wm and Ann, 27 Aug 1783, Manby
Ch-Dinah Snowden, d/o Wm and Ann, 27 Aug 1783, Manby
 
 
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Ch-Dorothy Snowden, d/o James and Mary, 9 Aug 1741 at Manby
Ch-Dorothy Snowden, d/o James and Mary, 9 Aug 1741 at Manby
 
 
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Ch-Elizabeth Snowden, d/o Wm + Ann, 1 Nov 1772 at Manby
Ch-Elizabeth Snowden, d/o Wm + Ann, 1 Nov 1772 at Manby
 
 
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Ch-Margaret, d/o Edward + Anne, 18 Sep 1664 at Manby
Ch-Margaret, d/o Edward + Anne, 18 Sep 1664 at Manby
 
 
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Ch-Susannah Snowden, d/o Wm. and Ann, 30 Nov 1885, Manby
Ch-Susannah Snowden, d/o Wm. and Ann, 30 Nov 1885, Manby
 
 
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Charles A Denzel is holding son Charles S. Denzel. Mabel Shoch Denzel is sitting on the knee of her uncle George Ehret. Ethel Schoch Horn is to the left and Viona Ehret Shoch is behind left of Ethel
Charles A Denzel is holding son Charles S. Denzel. Mabel Shoch Denzel is sitting on the knee of her uncle George Ehret. Ethel Schoch Horn is to the left and Viona Ehret Shoch is behind left of Ethel
 
 
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Charlotte TUPLING
Charlotte TUPLING
 
 
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Children of Andrew and Rizpah--along with their grandchildren--that died within a three day period while traveling through Arizona.  More to be added later.
Children of Andrew and Rizpah--along with their grandchildren--that died within a three day period while traveling through Arizona. More to be added later.
Status: Located;  
 
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Children of Colin and Ida Snowden
Children of Colin and Ida Snowden
Anita, Jeffrey and Collette 
 
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Christena Hoover Hedrick
Christena Hoover Hedrick
Status: Located;  
 
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Christening of Elizabeth
11 August 1805
Christening of Elizabeth 11 August 1805
Daughter of Robert and Ann Hodgson
Goulceby, Lincolnshire Parish Records
 
 
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Christening of Elizabeth Snowden
6 March 1639
Christening of Elizabeth Snowden 6 March 1639
Manby Parish Records
Manby, Lincolnshire, England
Parents: John and Francis Snowden 
 
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Christopher Thomas Kearney photo
Christopher Thomas Kearney photo
 
 
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Civil War Monument in front of the Whitley County Courthouse
Civil War Monument in front of the Whitley County Courthouse
Status: Located; On the back of this monument are the names of soldiers serving in the Indiana Volunteers from Whitley County. Thomas George Riley and his brother-in-law Francis Havier Fries served, and both names are displayed. 
 
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Civil War Service Record of Company D, 90th Regiment, Fifth Cavalry, Indiana Volunteers
Civil War Service Record of Company D, 90th Regiment, Fifth Cavalry, Indiana Volunteers
Status: Located; Service record shows the action Company D saw during the Civil Ward. Thomas George and his brother Patrick both enlisted together, with Thomas surviving the action but Patrick was killed near Knoxville, Tennessee.  
 
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Colin George and Ida Amy (Lead) Snowden
Colin George and Ida Amy (Lead) Snowden
 
 
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Colin George and Ida Amy Lead Snowden
Colin George and Ida Amy Lead Snowden
 
 
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Colin George Snowden
Colin George Snowden
 
 
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Colin George Snowden
Colin George Snowden
 
 
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Colin George Snowden  (on left)
Circa 1920
Colin George Snowden (on left) Circa 1920
 
 
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Colin George Snowden & Ida Amy Lead photo 3
Colin George Snowden & Ida Amy Lead photo 3
 
 
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Compilation of records--   DAR of Fayette County, Indiana
Compilation of records-- DAR of Fayette County, Indiana
This document, provided by Mrs. L. Brown--Librarian for Fayette County Public Library in Connersville, establishes DAR acceptance that Thomas Patton was buried in the Burk Cemetery, located just a short distance from his farm in Jennings Township. While it was Mrs. Brown's opinion that the cemetery was actually on the original Patton Farm, subsequent data collection through GPS coordinates indicates the burial site is located several hundred feet to the east of the Patton Farm--and even closer to the Daniel Hoover farm, which was acquired in 1821 from Thomas Patton. Published burial records do not show the burial of Thomas; but it is believed to be accurate even though no headstone can be found. Thomas died in 1834--and his burial was one of the oldest known to have occurred on the Burk site. 
 
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