I am so pleased to announce my latest CD – finished today! St. Charles Catholic Church Cemetery photos and listing. There are 1,262 alphabetized names on the list, which includes birth and death dates and spouse, if known. 788 photos are included. Not everyone in the cemetery is on the list – many of those buried after 1950 have not been included, although many are. The amount of photos became overwhelming! Many of the older stones are difficult to read. And some, over time, have disappeared. My great-great-grandmother, Ellen Lyons Smith, is buried in this cemetery, but her stone is no longer there. This has been a five year project, beginning in the fall of 2009 and ending today, May 31, 2014.
This is a sample from the CD – it is an Excel spreadsheet which can be sorted by any category. I saved it sorted by name, then description – an alphabetical sort. As you can see, the photo numbers are in blue, and on the CD when clicked will open the photo automatically. Thanks to my son, Linton, for mentioning that possibility!
This CD is priced at $27.95, but includes a tremendous amount of genealogical information. The area of Marion County where St. Charles Church is located is where many of the ‘Maryland to Kentucky’ Catholics moved in the late 1700’s.
|Abell||1827||Anne I. Abell||1766||18 Feb 1827|
|Abell||1915||Annette “Nettie” (Blair) Abell, wife of Charles Abell||1870||1915|
|Abell||1898||Celeste (Mattingly) Abell, wife of Joseph Edward Abell||29 Mar 1898||1980||750|
|Abell||1951||Columbus Adrian Abell||10 Dec 1880||23 Oct 1951|
|Abell||J. I. Abell|
|Abell||1990||James B. Abell||03 Apr 1924||28 Dec 1990||1589|
|Abell||1921||James Patrick Abell||27 Apr 1921||1921||749|
|Abell||1943||Joseph Edward Abell||1892||1943||750|
|Abell||1968||M. Harold Abell||1922||1968||1582|