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Michelle (#47351151)
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Bio Photo I will gladly transfer any memorial to you as long as they aren't my peeps.

Feel free to use any of my photos. All I ask is that you give credit where credit is due, that would be much appreciated!
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Marilynn Story
RE: J. E. Hobart #91409770
Sounds good. Will do.
Added by Marilynn Story on Sep 29, 2017 11:02 AM
Marilynn Story
RE: J. E. Hobart #91409770
His civil war service record provides his name as James E. Hobert; same outfit you named

and James E. Hobart death record says he died 23 Mar 1886 in Quincy, MA (abt 8 miles from Holbrook where he is buried); b. about 1837
He would have been about 25 during the Civil War.

And added to the confusion is the memorial 59855393 transposed his birth year from 1837 to 1783. His wife was Mary A. Beals.
Added by Marilynn Story on Sep 28, 2017 10:31 AM
Marilynn Story
J. E. Hobart #91409770
Are you aware that this memorial is for the same person as memorial 59855393; James E. Hobart, civil war veteran who was in the 1st Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery; b. 1837 in Randolph, MA and died 23 Mar 1886 in Quincy. Would you be willing to combine your memorial with the other? I have information to add but don't know which I should use. Thanks.
Added by Marilynn Story on Sep 27, 2017 5:37 PM
William Kirkland
RE: Samuel Kramer
I know where Samuel Kramer, Methodist minister 1808-1891, and he's in Mt. Olivet, Baltimore, MD. I paid to have his government issued headstone placed, he was a Major in the Civil War. I desperately seek his father's grave - Jacob (or John) Cramer died in 1814/15 in Winchester. Was an officer in the German Rgt of MD and PA in the Revolutionary War. Any help appreciated. WE Kirkland, Mechanicsville, VA
Added by William Kirkland on Aug 18, 2017 6:59 PM
William Kirkland
RE: Samuel Kramer
Samuel Kramer's father was in the Revolutionary War, alledged to have died in Winchester, VA. Grave whereabouts unknown. Name: Jacob Cramer, 1LT. went by John Cramer in 1805 when married Clarissa Paul Bassett. She died in 1850, son was old Rev. Sam, he had a large plot in Mt. Olivet where I put the government issued headstone. Clarissa is there but moved from vault after 1852 and buried in plot, grave unmarked. Any help on Jacob appreciated.
Added by William Kirkland on Aug 18, 2017 1:04 PM
RE: Beckman
The Beckmans are actually relatives of my cousin, not mine. I was doing some family research for her and decided to update all their memorials while I was at it. So its not necessary to transfer, but thanks.
Added by SusanVHF on Jul 07, 2017 4:59 AM
Incorrect photo
You had posted a photo on this memorial. Could you remove and post to correct (son of this memorial)
Added by McPhersonGenealogist on Jul 02, 2017 2:11 PM
Kevin Cahlander
Bernard Cahlander
This is my Grandfather
Added by Kevin Cahlander on Jun 08, 2017 9:22 PM
RE: Cimino
No, I am not related to Frank & Josephine Cimino.
Added by Tempest on May 30, 2017 11:20 PM
Doug Spalt
RE: Burk edits
Thanks for transferring the memorials.
Added by Doug Spalt on May 04, 2017 10:18 PM
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