|karen cuccinello (#47685196)|
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I have worked on my family trees and others for over 30 years. My current interest is in Schoharie County NY history, more specifically the town of Summit where I live. I compiled, published and printed books on Schoharie County One Room Schoolhouses, The Schoharie Alps Town of Summit History, Murders and Funky Stuff in Schoharie County, Schoharie County Emergency Medical Services and Schoharie County Clubs & Lodges etc. If interested in purchasing any of them please let me know. My next book will be Spanish American War Veterans with connections to Schoharie County.|
I got started taking pics of grave stones in looking for Civil War Veterans monuments. Now I take pics of any grave stones with an emphasis on all Veterans. I can spot a Span-Am flag holder in a cemetery from yards away.
My goal is to preserve any piece of history I can get my hands on, particularly in light of how much was lost in our area during Huricanes Irene & Lee.
You can also find my website at schohariehistorian.com.
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|Genealogy Bug Kate||South Valley Cemetery|
Thanks for the photo of Martin Mabie's marker.
|Ken Ray||Van Valkenburgh|
Karen, thank you very much for the transfer. Appreciate all your effort and help.
Added by Ken Ray on Jul 21, 2015 8:59 AM
|Ken Ray||Jacob Van Valkenburgh|
I have a great uncle Jacob that you designed his memorial (#114408797), I have his father, mother and other siblings I can add to his memorial if you are willing to transfer it to me. Thanks in advance.
Added by Ken Ray on Jul 21, 2015 7:46 AM
|pjt||John B. Vroman 112759141|
Hi Again Karen, Another 134th soldier. Can you add the below info to his memorial. Thanks fro having created his memorial. Best to you. Paul
134th NY Volunteer Infantry, Co. E
(1) "VROMAN, JOHN B.—Age, 43 years. Enrolled at Blenheim, to serve three years, and mustered in as captain, Co. E , August 19, 1862; discharged, October 24, 1862, at camp near Knoxville, Md.; also borne as Vrpoman. Commissioned captain, October 1, 1862, with rank from August 19, 1862, original."
(1) Report of the Adjutant-General, One Hundred and Thirty-Fourth Infantry, Page 734.
Added by pjt on Jun 30, 2015 8:56 AM
|pjt||Albert L. Vroman|
Good Morning Karen, Albert L. Vroman lived and died in Jefferson, his wife was Miranda Sternberg. His military pension data lists "Died November 26, 1929 at Jefferson, NY.
His parents were Andrew and Minerva Hunt.
I can't find Albert or Miranda. Any idea where they might be resting?
Added by pjt on Jun 30, 2015 8:21 AM
|Margaret Torok||Mabel Karker|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Mabel & Lloyd D.Karker's tombstone. I have added to my genealogy file.
|pjt||John C. Starkins 88868739|
Good Morning Karen, I submitted an edit request for him, adding his month of birth and his full date & place of death.
The source of his DOD & place is his Federal Pension record. His month of birth is from the "Starkins-NY"Family Tree.
Please add the following to his "Bio" Section (Find A Grave won't let me submit two edits at the same time) :
134th NY Volunteer Infantry, Co. E
(1) "STARKINS, JOHN.—Age, 21 years. Enrolled, August 7, 1862, at Jefferson, to serve three years; mustered in as private, Co. E, August 9, 1862; promoted corporal, September 22, 1862; sergeant, no date; first sergeant, January 1, 1865; mustered out with company, June 10, 1865, near Bladensburg, Md., as John G. Commissioned, not mustered, first lieutenant, June 22, 1865, with rank from June 1, 1865, vice M. Jones, promoted."
(1) Report of the Adjutant-General, One Hundred and Thirty-Fourth Infantry, Page 718.
Added by pjt on Jun 17, 2015 10:06 AM
|Samantha Cleveland||RE: Taggart info|
Wow, very interesting work! So glad to help!
|Samantha Cleveland||Taggart info|
Thank you for the info Karen. I added it to the memorial.
|luddy||Clarissa (Wood) Pierce|
Would you happen to have any info on, or know where Clarissa (Wood) Pierce is intered? She was the wife of Electus Pierce, who is intered in the Peaslee Cemetery. Thanks,
Added by luddy on Jun 03, 2015 12:17 PM
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