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Louis Mosier (#47791778)
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Karri Samson
Mosher family
William Lamberd Mosher was my 3rd great grandfather through his son Weston. My mother's maiden name is Mosher.
Added by Karri Samson on Mar 25, 2014 2:55 PM
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.
Added by Kari Olson on Nov 16, 2013 3:08 PM
Davis E. McCollum
RE: Thanks for the Photo!
My pleasure partner... I jog there everyday !
Added by Davis E. McCollum on Nov 09, 2013 2:31 PM
Christopher Larson
You are very welcome. These guys have earned the small effort it takes to memorialize them.
Added by Rob on Nov 08, 2013 7:07 PM
Susanna Parrish Allen
Jason Phillips
I found a flower you left for Jason. I transferred him to you since he was your gg grand uncle.
Added by Susanna Parrish Allen on Nov 08, 2013 3:28 PM
Cindy Koegel
RE: Russell H Benedict
You are very welcome and I thank you for all that you do to preserve our history!
Added by Cindy Koegel on Sep 15, 2013 3:06 PM
Brian Backes
RE: Gulbrudson at Ft Rice
Hi Lou,

You're very welcome. I'm glad I can be of some help.

Added by Brian Backes on Sep 05, 2013 5:56 PM
RE: Wm Earle at Bath National
You are very welcome. Good of you to honor him.
Added by Jenseeker on Sep 03, 2013 3:56 AM
RE: Wm Van Tine Photos
Looks are wrong, hot humid and no wind. Today will be the nice day, cool dry and a little wind. :-)

Enjoy Phillip
Added by Phillip on Sep 02, 2013 7:15 AM
Janet Marie
RE: Wm Edgerton
I went to Wautoma Union cemetery (two separate trips -- ran out of H2O) and spent about 30 minutes cleaning off three sides of the tall white monument where Andrew Edgerton (father) is buried and sons Wm J and S.R. (Stafford) are remembered.

According to the stones, William died and is buried at Corinth. Stafford was killed and is buried at Savannah, GA.

Another brother, Eugene, and his wife, Flora are buried on a second stone nearby. P.J. (Jane) Edgerton, wife of Andrew and mother to Stafford, William, Eugene and George, has not been located. They all were in New York in 1850 but must have moved to Wisconsin in the early 1850s (before 1858 when Andrew died). Eugene and Flora moved to Minnesota before 1880.

I added a better picture for William that can actually be read, for the most part. I updated information on the memorials and on the caption of the wide shot of the Edgerton stones.

I don't know how much this information helps. If you ever find definitive information on the location of William and Stafford, let me know. I will add it to their memorials.

If you need anything else, just holler. Good luck!
Added by Janet Marie on Aug 18, 2013 1:11 PM
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