|Dennis Brandt (#47232334)|
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|An independent Civil War researcher and the author of:|
From Home Guards to Heroes: The 87th Pennsylvania and its Civil War Community
Pathway to Hell: A Tragedy of the American Civil War
Shattering the Truth: The Slandering of Abraham Lincoln
All books available at the York County Historial Trust at 250 E. Market St and online at standard outlets such as Amazon.com.
PLEASE: When contacting me regarding a post, include the Findagrave number of the post to which you are referring. It will speed things up a great deal.
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|gflande1||RE: Lewis Watt photo|
you are most welcome. i added some photos to the other folks on this grave stone as well.
Added by gflande1 on Jul 28, 2014 7:26 PM
|Rob M||Augustus Shaub|
The problem is that the VA burial records say Straub. I'm not saying they are correct, just that there wouldn't be a monument for Shaub, which you know.
Added by Rob M on Jul 27, 2014 4:35 PM
|Rob M||Augustus Shaub- Cave Hill National|
The only Shaub in Cave Hill National is Frank Schaub. I think your guy is spelled Straub in the gov database and there is a memorial w/photo already existing for him.
Added by Rob M on Jul 27, 2014 11:31 AM
|SD Braddy||Conrad Snyder|
Thank you for your colorful information on this man of whom I am not related. It is wonderful to see the life of the person with words that explain the man beneath the tombstone. I wonder at the stories of many of these people buried in this cemetery as so many of them were some of the first non-native people to come to Colorado and form Denver. It is great that Conrad finally got his due with an honorable discharge. I'm sure he would be proud to see what you've written on him. I'm not that great at spelling and grammar, etc so if you would like I'll transfer his memorial to you unless you see what I posted on him isn't a total disaster, or have some advice. I thought it would be interesting to show the bits and pieces from various sources, but perhaps it should be blended together, as it looks sort of piece meal and crude perhaps. What do you think?
|Misty & Company||John Sinn|
Wow! Did Findagrave ever mess up the formatting of the bio. That happens from time to time for some reason. Perhaps you can correct it
How would you like it fixed to read?
R & S
|MW||RE: Solomon Barnes photo|
I also added his wife Sarah's memorial. Hope you saw it.
Added by MW on Jul 18, 2014 9:50 AM
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||Henry G Conrad-41141503|
Thank you so much for the credit. You've done a great job posting all his relevant information and that made it easier to find him. I Couldn't add a thing but a picture and I will do that. You make find a grave better and better.
|Shirley Kloberdanz Arendt||Dupe - Arendt|
Previous rules would not allow me to delete a memorial unless I was the individual who initially set it up. Therefore I could not. However, since Ancestry has taken over find-a-grave the rules have changed a bit. I sent a request to delete # 74006168. We'll see what happens.
I only maintained these two memorials. I did not initially set them up.
I will go back into my records to look for the information you are disputing on John Arendt. He served in two different units. The record I believe is in the 2nd unit and not the 101st. I'll get back with you.
|Stephanie Myers Landis||James Alfred Myers|
Bio info has been entered. Thanks for keeping on top of all of these veterans. Stephanie
|Storres Myers||RE: Kendig & Hiney photos|
You are welcome and thank you for acknowledging the photos.--Storres
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