Monthly Archives: October 2010
Genealogical Resource Checklist Beginning to research family history can be a big step. Many times, the family and the pedigree sheets used to keep track of the information will overwhelm a beginning family historian. The categories listed below will help … Continue reading
Grave Matter in Indiana On September 2, 2010, I attended a talk at the Elkhart Historical Society given by Jeannie R. Regan-Dinius. Regan-Dinius is the Director of Special Initiatives for the Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Historic Preservation and … Continue reading
The Kimball Surprise Brownville April 9- In spite of cloudy skies and muddy roads, a merry company of relatives and friends met at the pleasant home of George H. Kimball to celebrate his 82nd birthday. Mr. Kimball was born in … Continue reading
Morgan Young Jr. Grave Marking I am a member of the William Tuffs Chapter of the NSDAR from Elkhart County, Indiana. One of our chapters in the next county over dedicated a grave marker with a ceremony. The chapter invited … Continue reading
Many genealogists and family historians write why genealogy is important to them and the community. I decided to add into the mix and write my ideas of why it is important to know our family history. Family history brings … Continue reading
This is Yellow Creek Frame Church Cemetery which is across the street from the Yellow Creek Brick Church. For some reason, I focused a few seconds on to the cemetery across the street. I was probably thinking I wanted to show there are … Continue reading
My first attempt to upload a video. This is a panoramic view of Yellow Creek Brick Cemetery West Section which I filmed last year.