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Tami K. Pelling
Works at National Institute for Genealogical Studies
Attended West Vigo High School
Lives in Michigantown, Indiana
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Today, I completed my calendar for December and January. With the upcoming holiday, I wasn't able to schedule as many "genealogical appointments" on my calendar as I would have liked to. I have severa...
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Have her in circles
132 people
Tonya Faison's profile photo
Derek Davey's profile photo
Harold Henderson's profile photo
Susan Kennedy's profile photo
Jackson Lukas's profile photo
Sue Maxwell's profile photo
arpan luhagun's profile photo
Ravishankar D's profile photo
Declan Hoare's profile photo
Education
  • West Vigo High School
  • Indiana State University
    Business, 1985 - 1986
  • International Business College
    Business, 1986 - 1987
  • National Institute for Genealogical Studies
    Genealogy, 2008 - 2012
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Genealogist; Administrative Assistant; Cemetery Preservation
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  • National Institute for Genealogical Studies
    Genealogical Consultant, 2012 - present
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Michigantown, Indiana
On 26 Sep 1831, Richard G. and Eve (Conn) Paris were issued a land patent for 161.88 acres in Clinton County, Indiana. They obtained the land where Paris Cemetery rest from the United States government signed on 5 Apr 1833. Richard G. Paris died on 31 Mar 1845 and his wife, Eve (Conn) Paris, died on 01 Mar 1854. Their son, Thomas, and wife, Barbara Ann (Young) Paris, donated the property to the Clinton County Commission on 17 Oct 1855, preserving the property as a public burial ground before their return to Iowa. In Apr 2009, fundraising letters were mailed to various descendants of Paris Cemetery as well as members of the neighboring communities indicating the need for donations. Paris Cemetery is a pioneer cemetery and consist of 73 tombstones and 43 foot-stones. Through community involvement all but one tombstone was restored during the summer of 2009. On 29 Oct 2009, twenty-seven people whom donated toward the restoration celebrated the unveiling of the Paris Cemetery Heritage Sign and enjoyed a picnic within the cemetery. Pelling, Tami K., "Gracing God's Acres - The Restoration of Paris Cemetery," Crossroads, Summer 2012, page 25-31.
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