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|Red||Vinnie and Allie Lossing|
Thank you so much for the photos of the Lossing markers. I was not sure if Willis was also buried here, now I know he is. I have added his page and requested a photo of his marker as well. I appreciate you taking the time to do this for me. Red
Added by Red on Sep 16, 2014 8:22 PM
|Mary Crawford||RE: First name?|
The source for the entries in this cemetery was "The Prairie Sleeps". I entered it the way it was originally transcribed.
|Gary Feezel||RE: Name spelling?|
Dan, The dates and military information on the memorial were taken from a Coles County Genealogical Society cemetery publication.
That publication, and the memorial as it originally appeared gave John's last name as Feezle. I changed the memorial to Feezel, which is the spelling used by this line of the family once they moved to Coles, and then Fayette County.
I do believe that Jacob and John were father and son, and they served at the same time, although different units.
I also have a document that says that Jacob's brother, (my great-great-grandfather) Martin Luther Feezel, served as a Teamster in the Illinois 123rd. That is the only reference I find of him being in the Civil War.
Are we kin, or is your interest military?
|Mary Crawford||RE: Year of death?|
Thanks for pointing out my typo and for the military info. I included that in his bio.
|Georgia Shoner Pirtle||Eliza Meeks|
I wanted to thank you for searching the Old Pulaski Cemetery trying to find the stone for Eliza Meeks. I will remove the request!
Hi! You asked me to update his death place as Zanesvillle. I have no idea where he died, but it seems an odd place for someone buried here. Could you please give me some sort of documentation for that? I will then be happy to update it for you. Thanks.
Added by skye on Aug 22, 2014 8:30 AM
|L. Moore||RE: Geneva Cemetery|
In Re: Abner S. Cole
Abner's death certificate only stated Geneva cemetery. The listing on the internet has him in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Geneva, Ashtubula county, Ohio. There appears to be a location for the cemetery on the site. Hope this helps and thank you for bringing this to the historian's attention.
Added by L. Moore on Aug 22, 2014 6:48 AM
|Kelly Novak||Grave for Frank Novak|
Thank you so much for looking. My father remembers seeing it when he was young. He is elderly now, and cannot recall where in the cemetery it is or was. This was the grave of his grandfather, who died long ago.
He wanted to see it again, and I will admit that that is a difficult task for this cemetery. Again, thanks so much,
|L. Moore||RE: Geneva Cemetery|
Please direct your question to John DuBois Historian. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your courtesy in this matter.
Added by L. Moore on Aug 21, 2014 6:43 AM
Thanks for sending through the edit, I see the problem, original has the letters traspossed in the last name. Thanks again Lu
Added by Lulabell on Aug 04, 2014 8:36 AM
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