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'Depauw's Bones', April 1895, The Columbus Republican
'Remains Reinterred', New Albany Daily Ledger, April 1895
'Rests by his Ancestors and Brothers,' Salem Republican Ledger, April 1895
"Depauw's Bones", April 1895, The Columbus Republican "Remains Reinterred", New Albany Daily Ledger, April 1895 "Rests by his Ancestors and Brothers," Salem Republican Ledger, April 1895
Charles DePauw burial location was unknown until a farmer, James Perry, was replacing a fence and unearthed a stone slab buried several inches below the ground. 
 
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1870 US Census, Indiana, Washington County, Vernon Township, pp 21-22.jpg
1870 US Census, Indiana, Washington County, Vernon Township, pp 21-22.jpg
Many Wades are living in this section of Vernon Township. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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3 Sons
3 Sons
 
 
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<h2><strong>Q1. How do I find who I'm looking for? </strong></h2>

Q1. How do I find who I'm looking for?


 
 
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<h2><strong>Q2. How do I find </strong><strong>an </strong><strong>individual's ancestors? </strong></h2>

Q2. How do I find an individual's ancestors?


 
 
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<h2><strong>Q3. What if I want to see an individual's descendants? </strong></h2>

Q3. What if I want to see an individual's descendants?


 
 
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<h2><strong>Q4. Can descendants be shown in a graphical format? </strong></h2>

Q4. Can descendants be shown in a graphical format?


 
 
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<h2><strong>Q5. Is there a way to tell if two individuals are related? </strong></h2>

Q5. Is there a way to tell if two individuals are related?


 
 
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<h2><strong>Q6. The Timeline function looks interesting, what is it? </strong></h2>

Q6. The Timeline function looks interesting, what is it?


 
 
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<h2><strong>Q7. If I see a mistake in the information presented can I correct it? </strong></h2>

Q7. If I see a mistake in the information presented can I correct it?


 
 
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<h2><strong>Q8. Is there a way to print the display without all the headers and icons? </strong></h2>

Q8. Is there a way to print the display without all the headers and icons?


 
 
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<h2><strong>Q9. What are the three dropdown boxes for that are located on the upper right of the page? </strong></h2>

Q9. What are the three dropdown boxes for that are located on the upper right of the page?


 
 
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<h2>Thanks!</h2>

Thanks!


 
 
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A Camp Lawrence marker
A Camp Lawrence marker
This Cemetery was near Camp Lawrence which housed Civil War Prisoners. Twenty-five Confederate and seven Union soldiers are buried in this cemetery.  
 
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A Gift From a Stranger
A Gift From a Stranger
John M. Sherfick's Bible came to me from Texas from a very kind person. 
 
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A Grand Grandmother
A Grand Grandmother
 
 
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A HISTORY OF NORTH EAST DUBOIS COUNTY IN INDIANA by A. J. Kreitzer
A HISTORY OF NORTH EAST DUBOIS COUNTY IN INDIANA by A. J. Kreitzer
Daniel Sherfick helped organize the Hickory Grove Christian Church in Dubois County. 
 
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A Spring Hill Cemetery Visitor
A Spring Hill Cemetery Visitor
Status: Located;  
 
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Aaron Williams
Aaron Williams
Status: Not yet located; This is a Civil War Memorial only of Aaron Williams. He was killed in action in the Civil War and is buried in Georgia. 
 
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Abner and Jane Adkins
Abner and Jane Adkins
Status: Located;  
 
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Albert Kinder
Albert Kinder
Status: Located;  
 
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Alfred and Dorothy Tredway
Alfred and Dorothy Tredway
Status: Located;  
 
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Alice Irene Drake
Alice Irene Drake
Status: Located;  
 
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Alpheus Swayze
Alpheus Swayze
Status: Located;  
 
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Alphonzo Williams
Alphonzo Williams
Status: Located; Read the name in the dark black section on top. 
 
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Alvin Bud and Bernice Williams
Alvin Bud and Bernice Williams
Status: Located;  
 
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Amy's Outdoors Quilt
Amy's Outdoors Quilt
This quilt was made for Amy Albaugh by her Grandmother, Mary Sherfick. It features 12 different appliqued blocks depicting a bear, moose, pheasant, ducks, a fisherman, a cabin, and other nature scenes. Each of these scenes represent the 12 months of the year, and the blocks are ordered in the proper month order, starting with the Cabin winter scene for January. 
 
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Amy's Wolf Quilt
Amy's Wolf Quilt
This is an appliqued quilt featuring wolves that Mary Sherfick made for her granddaughter, Amy Albaugh. 
 
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An Unknown Soldier
An Unknown Soldier
Two of these are placed side by side for the Northern and Southern Troops. This Cemetery was near Camp Lawrence which housed Civil War Prisoners. Twenty-five Confederate and seven Union soldiers are buried in this cemetery. 
 
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An Unknown Soldier Marker
An Unknown Soldier Marker
This Cemetery was near Camp Lawrence which housed Civil War Prisoners. Twenty-five Confederate and seven Union soldiers are buried in this cemetery.  
 
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Andrew Charles and Mary Ann Williams
Andrew Charles and Mary Ann Williams
Status: Located;  
 
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Angie Toon
Angie Toon
Status: Located;  
 
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Anthony Eugene Wade
Anthony Eugene Wade
Status: Located; Jan 22, 1987 - Feb 24, 1987
Son of Diana and Lloyd Wade 
 
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Asa N. Sargent
Asa N. Sargent
Status: Located;  
 
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Asberry and Winnie Williams
Asberry and Winnie Williams
Status: Located;  
 
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Asberry Williams and Winnie Kirk Williams
Asberry Williams and Winnie Kirk Williams
Status: Located;  
 
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Asher and Kate Bowman
Asher and Kate Bowman
Status: Located;  
 
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Asher Vickers
Asher Vickers
Status: Located;  
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Back view of John and Mary Swayze's headstone
Back view of John and Mary Swayze's headstone
Status: Located; John Drake Swayze
Son of Richard and Rachel (Drake) Swayze, was born in Sussex County, New Jersey.

John was a millwright who in his late twenties moved his family to this area and built a gristmill on Boggs Creek, not far from this spot.

John and his wife Mary were the parents of eleven children.

Malachi 4:5-6
Our hearts being turned to you.
We your children place this marker in your memory.
May 23, 1998 
 
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Becky Sherfick
Becky Sherfick
 
 
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Becky Tredway reading Bible.
Becky Tredway reading Bible.
 
 
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Becky Tredway Reading the Bible
Becky Tredway Reading the Bible
 
 
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Becky Tredway's family had ancestors who were born at Fort Amsterdam.
Becky Tredway's family had ancestors who were born at Fort Amsterdam.
Born at the Fort Amsterdam in Manhattan, NY. Fort Amsterdam (subsequently named Fort James, Fort Willem Hendrick, Fort James (again), Fort William, Fort Anne and Fort George) was a fort on the southern tip of Manhattan that was the administrative headquarters for the Dutch and then British rule of New York from 1625 until being torn down in 1790 after the American Revolution. The construction of the fort marked the official founding date of New York City as recognized by the Seal of New York City. Guns at the fort formed the original battery that is today called Battery Park (New York). In October 1683 what would become the first session of the New York legislature convened at the fort. The fort was to change hands eight times in various battles including the Battle of Long Island in the American Revolution when volleys were exchanged between the fort and British emplacements on Governor's Island. 
 
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Ben and Effie Wade
Ben and Effie Wade
Status: Located; George W. Wade's brother 
 
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Ben Wade
Ben Wade
Son of George W. and Celia Wade, born in 1894 in Martin County, Indiana 
 
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Benjamin F. Sherfick
Benjamin F. Sherfick
Status: Located;  
 
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Benjamin O. and Sarah E. Sherfick
Benjamin O. and Sarah E. Sherfick
Status: Located;  
 
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Benjamin Sherfick, the progeniator of the Sherfick family
Benjamin Sherfick, the progeniator of the Sherfick family
Status: Located;  
 

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