|J Vogel (#46975003)|
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Geneology and my love of photography are joined together in documenting and connecting families here and past. My brother helps clean up old and unvisited cemeteries in Montague county where I was born. My sister and I are continuing the geneology started by our mother tracing the family of: ALIG, BASS, BAYER, BEHL, BEST, BEYER, CLER, EISENMENGER, FETSCH, FLUSCHE, GILLES, KLEISS, HOENIG, HARTMAN, HAUSMANN, HETTINGER, KAPPES, KOELZER, KOBLITZ, NEU, NEWMAN, OTTO, ROEDER, RUND, SCHAFER, SCHWEIGHART, SOMMERS, VOGEL, WALTERSCHEID, and their descendents.|
Benjamin Franklin said: "Show me your burial grounds and I'll show you a measure of the civility of a community."
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Are y'all related to Callie Ladonia Looney Bass or her husband Samuel Harevy Bass. They r my great grandparents.
|Don Calhoun||Bart Flowers Cragun, contributor # 151555223|
Guess I mighta sent you the wrong memorial # for Bart, here it is. 151555223
|Don Calhoun||Bart Flowers Cragun, contributor # 47347898|
Bart Cragun has you listed as one of his friends on Find A Grave. Did you know he had passed away?
I discovered his grave during an inventory of the Lindquist Washington Heights Memorial cemetery in Ogden UT.
His memorial is 151555223, should you want to visit. I notified Find A Grave of his death, should anyone click on his name. It will take you to a condolence link.
|SLGMSD||RE: Merrow E. Sorley|
Fort Porter was constructed between 1841 and 1844 at Buffalo in Erie County, New York and named for General Peter Buell Porter. The site was bounded by Porter Avenue, Busti Avenue and the Erie Barge Canal. It was initially a square masonry two-story redoubt, 62 feet square, with crenelated walls surrounded by large earthworks and moat.
Source: New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs: Military History. New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center. 2009-08-02.
Added by SLGMSD on Jun 08, 2016 1:39 PM
|SLGMSD||RE: Merrow E. Sorley|
His passport application in his own handwriting has Fort Porter which was located in Erie County in New York which contradicts your edit.
I have added county for place of death manually and will decline your edit for place of birth as it is contradicted by a primary source.
Added by SLGMSD on Jun 05, 2016 2:11 PM
|SLGMSD||Merrow E. Sorley|
Find A Grave Memorial# 126741521
New York, USA
According to his West Point biography he was born at Fort Porter which is in Erie County, New York.
Therefore, can you please furnish a source of information for the birthplace as Niagara County?
Thank you for your help.
Added by SLGMSD on Jun 04, 2016 9:29 PM
Were you invited to reunion in South Lake?
Would you kindly transfer the following memorials to me as they are part of my immediate family?
#17373422 (Edith Knox), #17375154 (Oliver Walraven), and #17375157 (Rosella Walraven). Many thanks.
It would be greatly appreciated if you would kindly transfer the following people to me, as they are all close family relatives.
Effie Mae Ellis #17935183
William Walraven #17895668
Oliver Perry Walraven #17375154
Sarah Jane Nitterhouse #17945741
Millard F. Walraven #13726733
Elias Walraven #13726727
Sarah Jane Walraven #13726730
Thank you in advance...Frank Walraven.
|John Bengfort||Grave pictures/update|
It was gratifying to find this. thank you. John L. Bengfort, M.D.
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