Genealogy Pictures

We recently took or acquired some photos of tombstones and family documents. They are listed below for your reference purposes:

Carl W. Basey does not have a valid birth certificate, according to the State of Indiana. However, he does have a local birth certificate, which he carried for many years. Click here to see the birth certificate.

Pictures from the Basey Bible include the cover, presentation page, title page, Births page 1, Births page 2, Deaths, and Memoranda.

The Means Bible did not survive as well as the Basey Bible. Pictures from the pages detailing family events are: Page 1, Page 2, Page 3 , and Page 4 .

The marriage license for Archie Basey and Bertha Mae Means.

This is the tombstone inscription for Tibitha Means. The photo was taken at the London Cemetery.

This is the tombstone inscription for Eli Means. The photo was taken at the London Cemetery.

This is the entire tombstone for Tibitha and Eli Means, which we were not able to photograph clearly on the day we visited the London Cemetery.

This is the entire tombstone for John Fountain Means and his wife, Sarah. The photo was taken at the London Cemetery.

This is a picture of the entrance of the New Palestine Cemetery, where Charles W. and Anna (Faut) Basey are buried, along with Charles' brother, Christian. Both are Civil War veterans. While we were there, we also took a picture just inside the cemetery, and at the entrance to the older portion of the cemetery.

This is the tombstone for Helen Basey, who died of pneumonia at age 6. The photo was taken at the London Cemetery.

This is the tombstone for Herbert Basey, who died at birth. The photo was taken at the London Cemetery.

This is the tombstone of Ida Mae Basey. The photo was taken at the London Cemetery.

This is the tombstone of Archie and Bertha Basey as well as their daughter, Lucille. The photo was taken at the Eden Cemetery.

This is a photo taken of a portion of the Rockingham Genealogy Society map. You can see where our ancestor, Robert Means, owned property.