|Vincent Howard Beazel||RE: Ella V. Pickenpaugh|
Hello there! I wasn't sure if I had responded to your thanks you note. I do the paper work, but Mark Brobst deserves the credit for the excellent photos. He got me back into actively searching thru the records, after many years of watching other family members do the heavy lifting!
It was the sense of adventure that FINDaGrave brings to those who can turn it into a treasure hunt! Now I have become an active crusader, to open up this world of Find & SEEK, to the young people in this region, as well as my siblings' numerous offspring, who saw genealogy as something that grandma did indoors. Besides, I have fun doing the research!
Added by Vincent Howard Beazel on Nov 13, 2013 5:42 PM
|familysearcher||RE: Eldridge Temple Fite|
I did notice the second Eldridge Temple Fite was born shortly after his uncle's death. I just didn't want someone to see the entire name and enter the wrong dates.
Thank you for your help.
Added by familysearcher on Nov 08, 2013 8:08 PM
|Ron Martin||RE: Augustin family|
Not a problem. Glad I could help.
Added by Ron Martin on Oct 12, 2013 5:41 PM
Thank you for posting for AC Lyles. He was a fun and great guy.
Added by Tasmanian Devil on Oct 07, 2013 5:17 PM
|David G. Briggs||RE: Joseph & Anna Watson|
You are most welcome! I'm happy I could be of assistance.
Added by David G. Briggs on Oct 04, 2013 9:36 AM
|Teresa||RE: Whitlock photo|
It is done! Pictures are posted on Frederick Whitlock's memorial
Added by Teresa on Oct 02, 2013 6:09 PM
|Katie||RE: Harriett Orr Grinstead|
Thank you so much, Craig! -Katie
Added by Katie on Oct 01, 2013 10:02 AM
Thank you very much for confirming the family link to William's parents.
Added by MarLa on Sep 30, 2013 8:55 PM
|MarLa||RE: William Pickingpaugh|
I could t make out who Peter's wife was. Thanks for looking ino it.
Added by MarLa on Sep 27, 2013 6:22 PM
|HC Hughes||RE: Cleo Pedersen|
You're very welcome -- thank you for adding the links.
I'm no relation to any of the Pedersens, just researching/documenting West Branch cemetery. If you would like to manage any of your relatives' memorials that I have added, just send me a list of their memorial numbers and I will happily transfer them to you.
Added by HC Hughes on Sep 12, 2013 9:11 PM
|Andy Gappa||RE: Pierce Munhoven|
2 more for you: William H. Bitting (#116171880) from the 2nd Iowa Infantry and Levi Hewitt Mullen (#116167816) from the 7th Iowa Cavalry. Hope they help.
Added by Andy Gappa on Aug 27, 2013 7:55 PM
|Corey & Douglas Marshall-Steele||Cross + Schmitt Family Members|
All transferred over to your loving care. ALWAYS happy to return loved ones to loved ones! My best, Cor.
Added by Corey & Douglas Marshall-... on Aug 22, 2013 11:29 AM
|Andy Gappa||RE: Pierce Munhoven|
While walking the Oakwood Cemetery in Joliet, Will County, Illinois, yesterday; I came across two more Iowa Civil War veterans. Someone else already created the memorials but I figured you'd want them anyway. Stephen Decater Sharp (#63059568) served in Company C of the 7th Reg. Iowa Vol. (infantry) and Robert Johnson (#82467451). You'll have to look at Johnson's stone to decide where to put him as he has a Civil War marker/flag in front of his stone but his birth year is 1853. He may have been a musician/drummer and from the looks of it he may have been in a colored unit--you decide. Talk to you later.
Added by Andy Gappa on Jul 01, 2013 9:28 AM
|KLucas||Neals (Old Crawfordsville)|
Photos for Joseph and Rosanah Neal have been added to your memorial pages in Old Crawfordsville cememtery.
Please note the different spelling for Rosanah.
Added by KLucas on Jun 24, 2013 9:24 AM
|Roy Williams||RE: Cummiskey's in Calvary|
You are welcome. The cemetery has a good map and name listing to find the graves. That helped a lot. Have a blessed day. Roy & Lois
Added by Roy Williams on Jun 18, 2013 7:15 AM
|Robert Harmon||RE: Pianko family|
There is no record for Diane E. Pianko at Greenwood Cemetery. Therefore I cannot post the photo.
I'm assuming she is related to your family.
Do you know who she is?
Any help would be appreciated.
Added by Robert Harmon on Apr 17, 2013 4:15 PM
|Robert Harmon||RE: Ken Pianko|
I also photographed the stone of Zigmont P. and Evelyn L. Pianko.
There was a third stone, Diane E. Pianko
December 31, 1937 - July 24, 1956.
Would you like me to post these 2 photos?
Added by Robert Harmon on Apr 17, 2013 6:31 AM
|RD Hall||One of your guys found in Calif.|
Sgt W. W. Dollinges
Co. H, 45th Iowa Infantry
Added by RD Hall on Apr 17, 2013 12:06 AM
|Robin Irvine||Dallas McCumber/#9399931|
Dallas is my cousin and if you are interested he was born in 1845/Boone Co. Illinois. He died of disease on June 16, 1862 in the Army Hospital Monterey, Tennessee.
Thanks for your photo!
Added by Robin Irvine on Apr 15, 2013 7:03 PM
|Judy Cain Bowser||James Furey|
Thank you so much for the additional Civil War information on James Furey. He was very fortunate to have survived this ordeal. Unbelievable all of the battles that this Regiment was engaged in. I will add more information to his memorial. He certainly needs to be honored for his service.
Added by Judy Cain Bowser on Mar 21, 2013 12:02 PM
|IntuitiveMedium||William Walter Dearborn|
William Walter Dearborn was first married to Marie Skovgaard, and had two daughters, Lyla Marilyn Dearborn (McCreath) B. 1898 and Stena Helene Dearborn B. 1902
Added by IntuitiveMedium on Mar 18, 2013 3:19 AM
|Nancy Craig - Holtzman||Samantha Craig Peckenpaugh|
I just wanted to thank you for linking Samantha to her parents. Have a great weekend!
Added by Nancy Craig - Holtzman on Mar 02, 2013 8:53 PM
|Linda Linn||RE: J M Grinstead (aka Jasper Grinstead)|
Thanks for the info. I will be glad to delete the incorrect pension. Linda
Added by Linda Linn on Feb 25, 2013 3:51 PM
|R A Schoppert||RE: Angert photo|
Added by R A Schoppert on Jan 28, 2013 3:09 PM
|Family Searcher||Pvt Embree|
It is known he died in a Union army hospital in Memphis. According to a clerk at the cemetery at one time they had gathered all the remains of soldiers in one place. Names/rank where written on the coffins in chalk. A rain came that night causing all of them to become unknown soldiers.
Added by Family Searcher on Jan 17, 2013 2:27 PM