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ken striker (#47489461)
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NkNMOORE
Charles B. Herr
Thank you for the transfer. I'm sorry he wasn't who you thought he was - I tried finding information for you but wasn't successful. Wishing you the best in your search.

Added by NkNMOORE on Dec 20, 2014 4:45 PM

Katie Litchfield
RE: Print McCallister & wife
You're welcome :)

I'm always happy to add photos whenever I can.

Could you please include that Jane's parents were James Mounts and Sarah Burgess?
If you would like to link to her death record, copy and paste: Death Record

Added by Katie Litchfield on Dec 04, 2014 10:06 PM

LaDene
RE: Woodland Cem Dayton GAR Burials
Thank you so very much for creating the virtual cemetery for the Dayton Soldiers. It was truly an honor to have helped keep the memory of these heroes alive.
God bless you for the work you do as well.

LaDene

Added by LaDene on Nov 29, 2014 11:28 PM

EddieM
RE: Ebenezer Finley
Hi Ken,

It took a while for the update to come through but the military information is now posted in his biography.

Eddie

Added by EddieM on Nov 25, 2014 9:53 AM

jeannette rook
Captain William Clark Bacon
Civil War Pension File#: 6356

Name: William Clark Parsons
Born: July 19, 1825 York County Pennsylvania
Died: November 3, 1862 Louisville, Jefferson County Kentucky
Spouse: Laura E. Odell
Parents: Samuel Parsons, Leah Book
Occupation: Merchant
Military: Captain
101st Regiment Infantry Volunteer Army Ohio
Buried: November 14, 1862
Age at Death: YRS: 37 MOS: 3 DYS: 15
Cause of Death: Typhoid Fever
Find agrave.com 105596277
Interment: Fairview Galion Crawford County Ohio, USA

Samuel Parsons: Findagrave.com 36756253
Leah BooK: Findagrave.com 36756239


Laura E. Odell
Born: November 4, 1824 Bucyrus Crawford County Ohio
Died: November 4, 1862 Bucyrus Crawford County Ohio
Spouse: Captain William Clark Parsons
Parents: Philander Odell
Sarah Sally Bacon
Occupation: Housewife

Her death was listed in the Pension file. Lewis Sitter was the Children's guardians of the Minor Children of Sarah Rosella Parsons and William Clark Parsons JR.

The Act of Congress July 4, 1862 Provides Pensions to Minor Children under 16. This file ended in January 18, 1868 when William Clark Parsons Jr. Turned Sixteen years old

Partial important part of Captain William Clark Parsons's pension file.

The Minor Children
Sarah Rosealle Parsons
Born: February 17, 1849 Bucyrus Crawford County Ohio

William Clark Parsons' Jr. January 18, 1852 Bucyrus Crawford County Ohio.

PS. CPT William Clark Parsons was 37yrs 3mos 15dys
So he was not born in 1840.

Jeannette K. ROok

Added by jeannette rook on Nov 18, 2014 3:53 AM

R.J.
Alvin Case Kirtland
Thank you. I didn't find a Civil War record on him either. He was my gr-gr-grandfather. Three different
descendants, who never knew each other have the same story of him marching with other Union soldiers in the streets of Nashville when the city was captured. R.J.

Added by R.J. on Oct 24, 2014 11:09 AM

EddieM
Charlotte Finley
Hi Ken,

I received your message for Charlotte Finley, noting that her husband was a veteran of the Civil War. Unless you disagree, I think the logical place to note the military service would be on Ebenezer Finley's memorial, not on Charlotte's.
I do not maintain Ebenezer's memorial, as he is listed as famous. Would you like me to send the additional facts on to the editor at Findagrave?

Thanks,

Eddie

Added by EddieM on Oct 24, 2014 9:08 AM

Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)
Gebharts-Civil war
I have worked on Austin O. and found that cemetery records have his name spelled Gephart, the stone has Gebhart. I am not sure which is correct. I researched the Gebhart line which are my husband's ancestors and never found an Austin. I think Gephart may be correct. Thanks for the info

Added by Mary Downing-Mahan (grave... on Oct 06, 2014 6:24 PM

LaDene
RE: #44254000 O J Gebhart
Change was made. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. God bless.

Added by LaDene on Oct 02, 2014 8:48 PM

Joseph A. Chaplow
Charles Edmund Ferrall memorial
Thanks Ken for reminding me that Charles was a Spanish American War veteran. I appreciate your interest in my wife's 2nd cousin's memorial.

Added by Joseph A. Chaplow on Apr 03, 2014 4:03 PM

B. Darling
Alonzo G Baird
Hi Ken, Thanks for the CW update info on Alonzo. I've updated his memorial. I'm hoping this year that someone will be able to get a photo of his marker. Thanks again for the update. Ben

Added by B. Darling on Mar 05, 2014 12:27 PM

R.J.
Frederick William Kirtland
Thanks for reminding me to add Civil War service to his memorial and I corrected his birth place. I wish you could find Civil War service for his brother, Alvin Case Kirtland. According to three families descended from him, he was from Ohio and fought with the Union Army and marched into Nashville when it was captured. He saw a pretty girl on the church steps and broke rank and ran over and introduced himself. They got married a few months later. They were my great-great grandparents. I have never found him on a list. All 3 families had the same story. R.J.

Added by R.J. on Mar 04, 2014 9:03 PM

EddieM
Milton Mitchell - Mansfield OH
Hi Ken,

Thanks for the additional information for Milton Mitchell's memorial.

Eddie

Added by EddieM on Feb 26, 2014 9:11 AM

JodyM
Stephen Morris
Hi Ken, Thanks for the military information. I have added to his memorial. JodyM

Added by JodyM on Feb 25, 2014 6:41 PM

Treeclimber
Fisher/Mansfield
Thanks for the info regarding Jeremiah Fisher at Mansfield Cemetery.I was able to add it to his memorial.

Thanks
Treeclimber

Added by Treeclimber on Feb 18, 2014 9:08 AM

Judy Farst
Re: Dr. Thomas Goodrich Bristor
Ken, thanks for the military info for Thomas Btistor, I added it to his file.

Thanks again,
Judy

Added by Judy Farst on Feb 10, 2014 8:43 PM

hgilly
Chaplain Isaiah Norman Kieffer
I transferred him to you today.

Added by hgilly on Feb 01, 2014 2:48 PM

John E Bastin
Re: Henry Hague memorial
Henry HAGUE (AKA), real name James Harrison Garfield Hague (Harry)

s/o Isaac W Hague & Rebecca Williams

born 1879 in Clinton Twp and died of fever in Santiago, Cuba 31 July 1898 during military service

Pvt, Co H, 8th OVI Spanish-American War

enlisted in June of 1898

(he's a cousin of one or our members)

Hope this helps.

John Bastin
Find A Grave interchange
Wayne County Cemetery Preservation Society
wccps55@gmail.com

Added by John E Bastin on Jan 30, 2014 7:19 AM

Carol Jutte
Johnson
Thank you for the update. Great to add military service to the memorials.

Added by Carol Jutte on Jan 26, 2014 8:48 AM

JodyM
Stephen Bride
Thank you for the information. I have added the additional military information. Much appreciated - Jody.

Added by JodyM on Jan 25, 2014 12:33 PM

CindyS
Henry Applegate
Hi Ken - Thank you so much for the information on Henry Applegate. I really appreciate it! Take care - Cindy

Added by CindyS on Jan 24, 2014 7:48 PM

Carol Jutte
Robert Jutte
Have added information for Vietnam War. Thank you and it is important to have this posted.

Added by Carol Jutte on Jan 23, 2014 7:04 PM

Mona
John Birk
Added the Spanish American War Co A 8th OVI
as suggested.
Mona

Added by Mona on Jan 05, 2014 4:31 PM

Mona
Robert Kerr
I linked Robert to his parents as you requested. I am finally off my crutches but the knee is still pretty tender. Start PT tomorrow. I will start taking photos again when the weather gets a lot warmer.

Added by Mona on Jan 05, 2014 4:18 PM

mike mclaughlin
links
Links are done and thankyou. Best mike mclaughlin

Added by mike mclaughlin on Dec 05, 2013 10:29 AM

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