Hi Hello Donald, my name is Anastasia Cornell and I read and loved the book "Mystic Chords Of Memory: The Lost Journal of William Wallace Lincoln" and my question is did you write the book, and I also want to thank you for creating a page for Tyler. He was very much a spiritual boy, and loved by many. Thank you so much.
My name is Deborah A. Nouzovsky and we had discussed the Minersville/Union Cemetery in Minersville, Schuylkill, Pa. before. 2012, the Minersville/Union Cemetery will be 200 hundred years old. I am transcribing the cemetery for the Minersville Historical Society, since there is not any kind of list of burials of the cemetery. Before you had mentioned there were still some pages of the children that you needed to add to the cemetery.Could I impose on you and ask if you would be so kind to add them to the cemetery, and if not would you be so kind to give me the rest of the names of the children so that they can be included and remembered with all the others. You will receive full credit for holding the list of these children. there will be a special page that they will be on along with another page of burials that i have gathered from the deaths in the Miners Journals, besides the transcribtion of all the stones that are in the cemetery. Please let me know if you would be willing to help me with this. Thank you so very much.
Minersville Cemetery Hi, I live in Minersville, Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania. This cemetery was called the Minersville Cemetery. Then the name changed to Minersville Union Cemetery. I added the phots to the Union Cemetery, and I went ahead and added them for your listing as Minersville Cemetery. I just wanted to let you knwo so that if you saw duplicate photos for the two cemeteries you wouldn't wonder what was going on. Anyway listed as the Union Cemetery or the Minersville Cememtery, it is the same cemetery. I would offer to find the pictures of the infants, but most of them do not have markers. They are all buried along one side of the cemetery. I have seen the original cemetery records with the children listed. It is very sad and I am glad that you listed all of them. I only live two blocks from the cemetery, so the next time I am in it I will look and see if I can find any stones. Thank you. Regards, Deborah
Major General Charles Griffin Donald, thank you for bringing to my attention the birth date error on Major General Charles Griffin's entry. I have sent forward a correction to reflect Dec. 18, 1825. Best always,