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Telephoneman54 (#46801285)
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Retired communications specialist. Now serving as avocational archaeologist for Toledo Area Aboriginal Research Society, and the Michigan Archaeological Society. Composer/arranger of piano music.
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RE: Similar name of deceased
I believe you are correct, thank you for this information!!
Added by aoutcalt on Apr 07, 2014 2:38 PM
Gloria Kidder
RE: Delete, please
Please explain to me why you think that Rathgens and the surname, Gray, are duplicate memorials.
One stone is laying down, the other one has been repaired and is standing up.
Is Rathsens surname "Rathjens"? If so, I'll correct it. Can you supply me with further data for Rathjens?
Added by Gloria Kidder on Apr 03, 2014 10:54 PM
RE: Delete image
doesn't need deleted just cropped - he is right there in the second row.I'll do it later tonight.
Added by Kat on Mar 25, 2014 3:08 PM
Larry & Nancy Brooks
RE: Delete photo
Amos Penrose at Friends,
I did not put this photo on the memorial. It says KAT under it. I don't think I can delete it. I think Kat has to do it. Amos is one of my grandfathers.
Added by Larry & Nancy Brooks on Mar 25, 2014 6:57 AM
RE: Tough going in the Civil War
Thanks so much for your comment. Since I wrote mine, I sent for his records from the Library of Congress. Boy did I find out some information! Apparently John had a head injury, and long term effects. He had amnesia, and post wartime married several women. A very colorful man!
Added by Kathie on Mar 22, 2014 10:01 AM
Tiffany Stuck
RE: Cemetery location
west perry twnp
Added by Tiffany Stuck on Mar 16, 2014 5:22 PM
Tiffany Stuck
RE: Cemetery location
hello its on Buckwheat Valley road, & Daniels road intersection, Mt. Pleasant Mills Pa. here Route 104 South past blinking light. Take second blacktop road (Buckwheat Valley Road). Go 3.5 miles and turn onto Daniels Church is on "Find-A-Church: Daniels , web site, u know since Saint/St. Thomas church was sold & now made into a house, the 2 cemeteries are classified & run by 1 church now, the Daniels church thats why its called Daniels-St. Thomas .. the 2 churches were just over the hill from each other.. but if u go to that site Find a chrch t has it.. ok.Pastor: D Vandermark-Dailey
Daniels Church Road
Mount Pleasant Mills, PA 17853
Phone 570 539-8915
Added by Tiffany Stuck on Mar 16, 2014 4:44 PM
Diane Wolfgang Ross
RE: Edit, please
Thanks Daniel for pointing out the typos in the dates in John L. Wolfgang's obituary. As far as the June dates being wrong for the battle of Hoover's Gap I copied what was in the obit - don't think that was a typo on my part. I will look for the obit and double check. If that is what the obit says I will leave it as is.
Added by Diane Wolfgang Ross on Mar 12, 2014 8:31 PM
Dennis Brandt
RE: Which cemetery?
Thanks for contacting me. The Henry Clay Payne who served with the 124th New York Infantry and buried in Perry County, Pennsylvania, was ten years older and died thirty-one years before the fellow buried in New York.
Added by Dennis Brandt on Feb 04, 2014 3:24 AM
James Green
Thank you for causing me to look information on James Green on my own Family Tree. I did have him serving in the War of the Rebellion but inadvertently typed in Revolution on FindAGrave. That has been corrected as well as linking him to his wife and linking her to her parents. Again, thank you for bringing this to my attention.
Added by LYNN BLACKER on Jan 31, 2014 10:36 AM
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