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Fort Plank Historian Ken D. Johnson (#47260605)
 member for 5 years, 2 months, 2 days
susan m
Klock Cemetery

Thank you for all of your work! I was curious about the Klock Cemetery and if there were any plans to someday restore this cemetery. As a Klock descendant, I would like to help somehow.


Susam Murphy
Descendant of Joseph Klock

Added by susan m on May 02, 2015 3:19 PM

Frederick Irer request
I have a Corp Frederick Iser on the monument. Could this be the same person?

Added by ValJ on Apr 17, 2015 10:43 AM

Col Ebenezer Cox
I added a record for Lt Col Ebenezer Cox, before realizing you had already added a record with a slightly different spelling. Could you please combine the information?

Here is my information on Ebenezer:
Birth: Jun. 5, 1741
Monmouth County
New Jersey, USA
Death: Aug. 6, 1777
Oneida County
New York, USA

Lt. Col. Ebenezer Cox was killed in the first volley of the Battle of Oriskany (aka the Battle of Bloody Creek). Lt. Col. Cox was in front of the column of the Tyrone County militia, which was advancing toward Ft. Stanwix when ambushed. His role in the battle is mentioned in the book "Drums Along the Mohawk".

He married Elizabeth Klock (daughter of Johannes George Klock of Ft. Klock fame) in 1769 in Trinity Church, St. Johnsville, NY. They had children: Anna, George, Ebenezer, and Thomas.
Ebenezer Cox was my great grandmother Cox's great grandfather. George Cox was her grandfather.
Thanks. :)

Added by Anonymous on Apr 04, 2015 3:11 AM

Stephen Dandridge Cole
McFarlan Connections
Hi Ken - Thanks again for your excellent work, both here and elsewhere. I have recently realized that I should contribute some connections here at Findagrave, so I have been connecting my esteemed ancestor Robert both up up down the tree (his parent, sisters, and daughter.) I got to Maine this month to take some photos there, but need to get back to New York someday, to get some more there.

Added by Stephen Dandridge Cole on Aug 22, 2014 8:32 PM

John J. Diefendorf Photo's
Ken Thanks for entering the photo's of John J. Dievendorf and wife. Sorry, I was not yet aware that they were an ancestors of mine when you took me there to view the graves and headstones. After I returned home I did research the Diefendorf line and the Maria Failing,b 1775 to Henry John, b 1748 to Johannes Failing b 15 Oct 1715 line, and found that they were my ancestors too.
Thanks again,
Ron Planck

Added by ron on Apr 27, 2014 1:16 PM

Hi Ken, are you able to discern the year Dr. Enoch Ward died? Do you have any information on him? You took a fabulous photo. The marker is really well preserved. Thank you! Lisa

Added by Observer4wing on Jul 10, 2013 4:27 PM

Perfield Girl
Oriskany Battleground
Wow. Awesome. Thank you for creating this cemetery and all the memorials.

Added by Perfield Girl on Jul 07, 2013 7:36 AM

Thank you for the Klock info and link. I did not know he was a "jr." because I did not have his fathers name. Too bad there is no stone. Thank you again, Allison in North Carolina.

Added by allison on Apr 19, 2013 4:11 PM

M Swift
Hi Ken,
I transferred the Cassels' to you as I feel they belong with family.

Added by M Swift on Apr 11, 2013 11:58 PM

Judy & Keith Gerlach
Have the CD
Have the CD for the Fort Plain Church and want to give you a copy.I had a friend type out the entire book and it is fantastic word for word. Lists all members and information on them.
Keith Gerlach

Added by Judy & Keith Gerlach on Mar 19, 2013 1:47 PM

Lydia Timmerman
Looks like there are two memorials for Lydia, too. :-(


Added by Kocart on Aug 08, 2012 5:31 PM

Conrad Cramer at Swan Cemetery
You left some terrific photos for him--on a duplicate memorial. You may want to check both memorials and see which has the right information, and if it can all be resolved. Yikes--one of the pitfalls. Better too much information than not enough, however! A photographer just provided a photo of Lydia's stone by my request--I just asked for it today. She also did another photo for Conrad. Here are the memorial numbers: 42168615 (Sept 2009) and 43519782 (October 2009).

Have fun,


Added by Kocart on Aug 08, 2012 5:29 PM

Oriskany Battlefield
I found a typo where "there" should be "their" in the description of the battlefield--thought you would want to know. Here is where I found it: "thus there remains are not on the battleground." It's a terrific job you did. It's my favorite place to visit when I come up.


Added by Kocart on Aug 08, 2012 7:54 AM

Peter Reasner
Wow...I finally got into my emails last night and discovered your gift of time and energy on my family's behalf. I was so excited that my brain wouldn't slow down until 4:30 a.m. Adrenline can do that to folks I suppose! I had very little hope anyone would trek out to that little cemetery--let alone whether Peter's memorial would still be standing. YOU ARE WONDERFUL! Thank you, thank you, thank you for accepting my photo request. Even with the above information, you will never know how much it means to me.

I would someday like to visit his grave. Would you be willing to give me GPS information in both address and coordinates? (I don't know how to use coordinates yet.)


Lisa Walden

Added by Observer4wing on Jul 27, 2012 8:48 AM


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