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about: Diefenbach-Hines Genealogy, Evansville, Indiana

With a total of 24 years genealogical experience, the past 7 years have been dedicated to compiling records, to assist the public in locating their ancestors and helping others in their quest to locate family, past and present including adoptees. THIS FREE WEBSITE IS THE RESULT OF YEARS OF WORK AND DEDICATION.

Genealogical, and historical information in this site will include the following counties in  Indiana: Vanderburgh Co. Crawford Co., Daviess Co., Dubois Co., Gibson Co., Orange Co., Pike Co., Perry Co., Posey Co., Spencer Co., and Warrick Co.

Locust Hill Cemetery, Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana has been a project for several years. I started this project to locate my family members; since the cemetery didn’t have the older records to help me. This database alone, exceeds 36,300 names, I have since reconstructed numerous sections, including the military sections, to help others find their ancestors. Locations of graves are not included, but most are available.

Some of the cemeteries in this database include: Lutheran Cemetery, Campground, Kamp, Newman, Mt. Sinai, in Evansville, Indiana. Emanuel Lutheran, Diefenbach, Tupman, Schmadel, Zoar, Memorial Baptist Church, Roth, in Vanderburgh Co. Indiana, Meeks, Methodist, Mt. Pleasant, New Hope, Whitehouse, Hackelman, Collins Chapel in Spencer Co. Indiana, Bates Hill, Bullock, Sharon, Sandale, Hedges, Myrtle Ridge, St. John the Baptist, Townsend, Union in Warrick County, Indiana, South Liberty Baptist, Painter’s Creek, Patoka Memorial, Patoka Chapel, and Lowe cemetery in Orange County Indiana.

 

DONATIONS of DEATH CERTIFICATES, OLD BIRTH CERTIFICATES, MILITARY GROUP PICTURES (regiments from the Civil War, WWI, WWII, Spanish American War, etc.), SCHOOL GROUP PICTURES,  NATURALIZATION RECORDS, CEMETERY DEEDS, OLD BIBLE RECORDS, WAR LETTERS, anything historic that can be included, will be appreciated by future generations.

If you donate pictures, documents etc., your name will be included below as a contributor.

Donated copies of Death Certificates are FREE, thanks to the following researchers: Art Steiger, Joyce Gemlich, Sue Reynolds, Tom Crofts, Janice Pullen, Russ Pullen, Roxann Thompson, Margaret Whicker, Vicki Rold, Kerry Rold, Carrie Jo Dick, Dan Dick, Jennie Rose, Ruth Beimiller, George Love, and Doretha Diefenbach-Hines, Hanson Meyer, Deborah Gabe

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Genealogy Research in the Southern Indiana and Evansville area is available.