|Joe Nihen (#46889066)|
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I am collecting information, artifacts, and stories about the members of the 208th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers; the 28th Regiment PVI, Company E; the 11th Regiment PVI, Company H; and the 4th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company A (Civil War). Any and all information will be appreciated.|
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|Beth Quigley O'Brien||RE: Frank L Rohm|
You are welcome, as always
|KarenF||William Smith grave photo|
I was in Pottsville today and looked for this grave to take a photo. Unfortunately, I could not find it. That cemetery is in very bad shape with more than half the stones overturned and many other unreadable. I left the request open - maybe someone else will be able to locate it? Sorry!
Added by KarenF on Jan 16, 2016 7:32 PM
|R. Eric Rubio||RE: James Gallaher|
|Steven||RE: St. John's, Summit Hill|
I translated what I could. Some of the Cyrillic is difficult to see.
BTW-Great job at that cemetery.
Added by Steven on Dec 30, 2015 6:53 PM
|Steven||Saint John the Baptist Summit Hill|
I transcribed the stone with Julia Paslawsky 1914-1914 and created entries for the rest of the children listed on that stone.
Added by Steven on Dec 30, 2015 3:40 PM
|Gary Snyder||memorial # 24884413|
Joe, I appreciate your setting up this memorial for Dennis Brislen. Just to add to your info, Dennis Brislen was the son of Timothy Brislen and Mary (Erskine) Brislen. He was born in Carbon County Pennsylvania in 1837. He died on April 1, 1865 in the Battle of Gravelly Run in Gravelly Run, Dinwiddie, Virginia.
He was the brother of Mary (Breslin) Shovlin, Bridget Breslin, Robert Breslin and Giles Breslin.
I am researching the Breslin family line as part of the Bernard Shovlin family line who lived in Carbon and Schuylkill County Pennsylvania. Bernard was married to Mary Breslin, Dennis' sister.
Great job on establishing the memorial, even if Dennis was moved to the Poplar Grove National Cemetery, near where he died. I am also contacting them to offer the information.
|Karen Henderson||RE: Adam Strohl|
You're welcome! It's the least I could do: he's my gg-grandfather. Thanks for setting it up!
|dzr130||more civil war graves, if your interested|
Some civil war graves, surname higgins
Added by dzr130 on Nov 14, 2015 9:45 AM
|b artz||RE: Anthony W Raudenbush|
My pleasure. I actually have a folder with your name on it so when I find what I think you may like I save it.
Added by b artz on Nov 10, 2015 4:21 PM
|Finding My Dead||RE: Isaac Roshon|
You're very welcome; it was my pleasure.
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