We’ll Do Your Research!

Posted by on May 6, 2017 in Henry County Stories | 8 comments

We’ll Do Your Research!

If you are unable to come in to do your research, please let us know!  We’ll be happy to check all our files for what you seek.

Contact us by phone: 765-529-4028

Contact us by mail: 606 S. 14th Street, New Castle, IN 47362

Contact us by email: HenryCoHistSocGenealogy@gmail.com

Include in your request the surname you would like information on and what you already know (so we don’t duplicate your work) and your contact information.

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Thank you very much!

8 Comments

  1. I would like someone to research the records for my great grandmother, Maybelle Goff (Ryan). She was married to Nicholas Chambers Goff. Both are buried in Henry County. I cannot find any information regarding Maybelle Ryan Goff’s parents. I can send what information I have but wanted to make contact first. I understand the cost is $15.00. Regards

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  2. Enclosing payment for Scott and Potts research. Thank you so much

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  3. I am in search of any source document for a Henry County Kentucky marriage record / or source for JOHN HUDSON TO MARGARET TAYLOR – 1834. The ONLY thing I can find is a LDS repository record with a batch #. CAN YOU HELP? IS THERE A RECORD/SOURCE? How much for the research/copies?
    Than You In Advance ~
    Tara Clardy-Jones
    tara_961@yahoo.com

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  4. Hello! I was in St. Alphonsus Cemetery in November 2017 because a branch of my family, who came from County Clare, Ireland, settled in Mt. Pleasant by 1870, comig from Niagara, NY, where widowed Mary Clancy Cuggeran met and married Michael Maloney and had two children, then headed west. I wanted to search for a specific person whose death I cannot locate: Sinon/Simon Cuggeran, whose mother was Mary Clancy Cuggeran Maloney. His father, Patrick Cuggeran (Mary’s first husband), was my great-great-grandmother’s brother. Sinon (as it was listed in his baptismal record) was alive in 1910 living with his half-sister Kate Maloney at 1108 E. Madison St. He was living alone in 1915 in Ward 1. His mother Mary, her husband Michael Maloney and Kate are all buried together, all three names engraved, and I presume Sinon is buried with them. He may have been the last one alive to handle engraving and so his name is not on it, but someone left flowers there recently. I would love to know if anyone living in Mt. Pleasant could be a relative of this family, like me. Linked families are Hurley, Bresnahan and Clancy. Patrick Clancy, Mary’s brother, is also likely buried in that grave, and their sister Margaret married Cornelius Hurley, whose father and grandmother came through Niagara, too, before settling in Mt. Pleasant.

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