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|michael gavin||RE: Bio is unclear|
William Henry Bliss (#4460 reference number) "Genealogy of the Bliss family in America" By: Aaron Tyler Bliss.
I have made corrections.
|Librarian Jessie||Thomas Hughan|
I have asked the contributor who posted the wrong photo for Thomas Hagan's headstone on Thomas Hughan's memorial. This is not a duplicate record. Just the wrong photo. I can't delete the photo. Only the member who posted the photo can do that.
|James L. Cooper||C. Chamberlain|
I would surmise that the biography was a printing error by Beers and that another fellow, who did serve in the 182nd, was listed in the 176th. Same with the spelling. Makes you wonder if the payment for the bio was reimbursed.
|Sheri Fenley||RE: Your ancestor|
My Daniel Delaney was born in County Kerry, Ireland 20 November 1825. He served in the Civil War and his pension file number is 202.017. The Daniel you are writing about is not my Daniel Delaney.
Hello, This is the gravesite of Harriet S. Phillips. She was born 30 Nov 1823 in Tully, Onondaga, New York and died 23 Jan 1842 in Tremainsville, Lucas, Ohio. She was the sister of C.B. Phillips(my great-great grandfather) & her inscription is on the memorial of her sister-in-law Adelaide Turner Phillips. Hope this is of help, thank you, Charles B. Phillips
Added by Charley on Dec 02, 2014 8:49 PM
|druplib||RE: Tavernor/Crabb in Stateline Cemetery?|
Thanks Dan! I think this is correct - here are links to the obit for George Crabb (http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=JPdOAAAAIBAJ&sjid=3wAEAAAAIBAJ&pg=7413%2C6663624) and the death certificate for his wife Minnie (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X6KD-8LC).
Thanks for your help!
Added by druplib on Nov 30, 2014 2:54 PM
|druplib||Tavernor/Crabb in Stateline Cemetery?|
Hello, I was looking into the Crabb family from Toledo and found some of them are buried in Stateline Cemetery. I found that patriarch Gershom Crabb had an uncle, William Tavernor. It looks like you have documented 3 Tavernor family members in Stateline, William, George & Minnie, but George and Minnie's tombstones do not have a last name on them. George and Minnie's years of birth and death match up to Gershom's son George and his wife. I see that John Hunter has created memorials in Stateline for George & Minnie Crabb and that the same tombstone pictures are attached to them as your pictures for George & Minnie Tavernor. I believe William Tavernor likely is buried with the Crabb family so it may be a logical error to assume George & Minnie were Tavernors, but in this case, I think they are Crabbs instead. What do you think? Should your George and Minnie Tavernor memorials be deleted?
Thank you for all the work you have done!
Added by druplib on Nov 29, 2014 7:43 PM
|Debbie J||Wrightsville, Ohio|
The Wrightsville Michael is referring to is a small town on the Ohio River in Adams Co. Rt 247 heading south crosses Rt 50 in Monroe Township and continues about 1 1/2 miles deadend into Wrightsville on the Ohio River. Its between Manchester, OH and Rome, OH
Added by Debbie J on Nov 04, 2014 4:17 PM
|Wayne Seibert||Sgt. John Wright|
Thanks for pointing out my typo. I wish I had someone to proof read all my work.
|justavolunteer||Private Stephen H. Blackburn|
I request an edit to correct his regiment, birthdate, add birth place, and his obituary. If he is an ancestor or person of interest to you, I have the Civil War Pension File of his widow and minor children. Feel free to inquire by sending an edit on any memorial I manage. --Best.
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