|Louis Mosier (#47791778)|
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|Armstrong History||ISAAC DELANEY 76943923|
Hi - I saw you manage the memorial page for:
ISAAC DELANEY #76943923
at the North Rushford Cemetery in Winnebago Co, WI
While at the cemetery taking other photos, I happened to take a close up of the GAR memorial flag marker and gravestone and wanted to let you know of this recently added photo.
If you would like the original / unedited photos, please reply - would be glad to share these with you. I've noticed many of the GAR memorial flag holders do "not" include the post number and other details - as seen on this flag holder.
|Tim Cook||RE: Thank You!|
I created memorials for 2 children of Mortimer Reynolds (# 57414078 ). They are # 137407100 and
Let me know if you'd like me to transfer them to you.
Added by Tim Cook on Oct 18, 2014 7:24 AM
|Colleen Parkinson||John Nelson Parkinson|
Hi, Louis ~
Thank you for leaving that informative military history on John's service and that of his family during the Civil War. The Parkinsons were tough men who were fiercely dedicated to the Union Cause and the abolition of slavery. I admire and am so proud of every one of them!
My best to you, my newly-discovered cousin!
|Lena Wilson||RE: Thank You!|
Glad to help with Francisco Davis' headstone photo. The stone indicates that he passed away in 1929 if you would like to make that change on the memorial. I've just added the Davis plot headstone as well and I linked Francisco to his wife, Cynthia, and son, Frederick, who are buried in the family plot next to him. There appears to also be another child buried with them in the same plot. Looks like a daughter, Effie, born 1874 and died 1875. I did not link her as she wasn't listed as a child in your bio, but I would be glad to if you would like her added. There is also a Katherine Davis Payne & husband buried next to them. May be the daughter listed as Catherine?
|Cindy||RE: Thank You!|
You are very welcome, Louis. There is one small section of civil war vets and they have all be photographed, I believe. The ones close to roads are probably all phographed, too. But, those scattered throughout I am not sure about. Plus, not all of the vets have a military stone; Levi is a case in point! I also saw a few other Davis' while I was walking around.
The City of Deadwood I believe has all the buried recorded on-line. A fact I only discovered a few weeks ago. If any of these are people for whom you are looking, email me or post a photo requests. I can get a little busy in the summer, but I will try as soon as I can. Deadwood is about 45 minutes away but my husband works there in the summer so I often go with on my day off.
Here is the Mt. Moriah link (it also gives a map, and the section and plot/lot numbers. Take care.
http://www.cityofdeadwood.com/ Look for the Mt.Moriah link.
Added by Cindy on Jun 23, 2014 11:07 PM
John 88471779. sorry I just noticed the info you put on his site about the Civil War. I put it in his bio so that more people will see it for sure. You probably know but not everyone signed up or stayed for 3 years. Usually it was for a few months. Happy to acknowledge his service. Thanks Jan
Added by Jan on May 31, 2014 10:11 PM
|KKoch||RE: Gilbert Armstrong Memorial|
Added by KKoch on May 20, 2014 8:11 AM
|Karri Samson||Mosher family|
William Lamberd Mosher was my 3rd great grandfather through his son Weston. My mother's maiden name is Mosher.
|Kari Olson||RE: Wm Stowell|
I worry about these old markers, in a few years they wont be there any longer, so I love taking photos of the old ones.
Also , our men in service, women too, should all be remembered.
|Davis E. McCollum||RE: Thanks for the Photo!|
My pleasure partner... I jog there everyday !
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