|Diana St. Clair Huber (#47408367)|
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I am not related to 99.999% of my entries, but have added them with the hope that other researchers who have come to a dead end may be helped. With respect to those entries, I may have other information available; I am constantly adding info as I work to make family connections.|
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Error: I meant to place of death for Mortimer Chase.
Thank you for the information on the place of burial for Mortimer Chase.
|Zoe Tom||FAG #: 69491298|
Re: Isaac B Irvin
Could you possible look for an obit for this person ?
His wife's tombstone only has her name, no dates.
Added by Zoe Tom on Jul 24, 2015 1:27 PM
|Marilyn (Green) Day||RE: Egbert Dutcher # 103506993|
I will, but wonder why you ask.
|Diane Gravlee||Louis Pennoyer|
Do you suppose that Louis Pennoyer was Sophia's third husband? I noted that Anson died in 1841 and Sophia didn't die until 1850 and Louis didn't died until 1873. Perhaps Sophia married Louis after Anson died in 1841. Just a thought?
|Diane Gravlee||RE: Anson King/Louis Pennoyer|
Thanks so much for your response and making the correction. I did go to Ancestry trees to see if I could figure out Anson King and realized that he was Sophia's second husband since her first husband, James Johnson, had died in 1811. I don't always trust these trees, but with Anson's name below both his wife, Sophia Stone Johnson King, and daughter, Sophia King born in 1826, it made sense. But I couldn't find out anything about Louis Pennoyer. I hope that your research might figure it out. Let me know if you do. Louis was of the same era as James and Sophia and also Anson, so wouldn't be a son.
Do you want me to delete mine or just leave them..I have a bit of info on his military service on mine and mine has the pictures from Kathy as well...Just let me know and I'll do so...
|Anonymous||RE: Harry Stark #101893538|
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||Pfc Edward C. Pearson|
Perhaps you can add his file you created, thank you:
Pfc Edward C. Pearson was a soldier in the Anti-Tank Company, 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division. His unit participated in operation Husky, the invasion of Sicily, which started on 10 July 1943. The following day Pfc Pearson was killed near the Ponte Olivo airport north of Gela. He was buried in a field grave two days later on Niscemi road (north of the airfield).
The remains of Pfc Pearson were exhumed and buried in the temporary American GELA CEMETERY (oppostite the airfield). He was buried in grave C-33-387, date of burial 26 July 1943. After the war his remains repariated and buried in the Maple Grove Cemetery in Friendship, N.Y.
I am writing a book about the GELA CEMETERY and almost finished, hope to publish it next month. You took a picture of his grave and I would like to ask your permission to use the picture for my project.
|Kathy ||RE: Charles Austin photo|
I sent a reply to her and asked her why she did that. Waiting for a response.
Added by Kathy on Jun 10, 2015 5:01 AM
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