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Schott Family (#46932087)
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If you have time, please leave a flower for two special ladies that were part of my life, my grandmother who got me started in genealogy and my mother who passed away too early and because of this gave me my drive to want to know where I came from. Thank you and may God bless you.

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Capt Robert Paul Schott and the rest of the 304th Rescue Squadron aircrew members, who lost their lives on board aircraft King 56, while performing a training mission on the night of November 22, 1996.

These men were Citizen Soldiers committed to the preservation of the heritage of their nation. Because of this tragedy, we lost some of the soul of our country. You will not be forgotten.
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Sandy Frary
Sgt. Alphas Peter Haws
My name is Sandy Frary, and I am archivist for the City of Santa Rosa, CA, for the Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery. I maintain the burial records of the 5,250 people buried there—one of whom is Sgt. Alphas Peter Haws. Thank you for posting the story I wrote about Sgt. Haws.

I recently received correspondence from a gentleman by the name of Kevin Henson, who has done extensive Mormon Battalion research. He pointed out that the inscription of “IA VOLS” on Sgt. Haws’ grave marker is incorrect. Mr. Henson says that the Battalion was created by President Polk’s authorization and was a Federal Unit—not an Iowa State Volunteer unit. “IA VOLS” is an error that crept in during the 1880’s - 1890’s as Mexican War records were transferred to the Combined Military Service Records. “The Mormon Battalion” was the official name given the unit by its first Commander, Capt (Lt. Col.) James Allen. Allen and his successor commanders (Smith, Cooke and Hunt) always used the name “Mormon Battalion“—nothing else.

I have made note of this in Sgt. Haws’ burial listing record, and I would like to ask that you to delete my reference to “Iowa Volunteers” in the third paragraph of my story, and add the following notation to Sgt. Haws’ memorial page:

The inscription “IA VOLS” on Sgt. Haws’ gravestone is incorrect. The Mormon Battalion was created by President Polk’s authorization and was a Federal Unit—not an Iowa State Volunteer unit. “IOWA VOLUNTEERS” is an error that crept in during the 1880’s - 1890’s as Mexican War records were transferred to the Combined Military Service Records. “The Mormon Battalion” was the official name given the unit by its first Commander, Capt (Lt. Col.) James Allen. Allen and his successor commanders (Smith, Cooke and Hunt) always used the name “Mormon Battalion“—nothing else.

~ Kevin Henson, Mormon Battalion Trail Researcher
Midland, MI


Please let me know if you have any questions.

—Sandy Frary
Added by Sandy Frary on Jan 13, 2017 6:07 PM
Marlasue
Margaret Fisher 124118295
Well, Findagrave replied to my inquiry about whether or not these original headstones could be designated as "cenotaphs" and this is how they replied: "A cenotaph is a marked empty grave whose remains are buried elsewhere.
Usually the burial is moved and the headstone remains, thus making the
burial an empty grave. In this instance, the headstones were moved from
the original burial location and the remains are no longer with the
headstone. So, these are just original headstones"

So, I'll be deleting the memorial as soon as I let each of the interment memorial managers know about the original headstones.

I don't know if they will want to include the photo as well as the same caption you used to explain it's location.

Marlasue
Added by Marlasue on Dec 23, 2016 6:16 AM
Marlasue
Margaret Fisher
whoops - hit 'enter' by accident. Let me finish my last msg: I was just over at the cemetery and captured photos of the front/back of her stone. You are welcome to use any photo I have taken for non-Findagrave sites, just ask I get credit. Any Findagrave photo you want uploaded somewhere, let me know! I have no ego, it's just something I ask for. Thank You!

Marlasue
Added by Marlasue on Dec 15, 2016 11:52 AM
Marlasue
Cenotaph
Check out the photo - the rock in the forefront is next to the road. The house is not within sight that I could see, and because of that I didn't feel I was intruding.
Added by Marlasue on Dec 01, 2016 6:06 AM
Marlasue
Cenotaphs
p.s. I added a link in the Cenotaph memorials that will take someone to the interment site in St. Mary's.
Added by Marlasue on Nov 30, 2016 1:44 PM
Marlasue
Margaret Fisher #124118295
I made changes to the collection of headstones that you and I are aware were replaced with newer versions. A friend of a friend was confused about their location, and after checking out Findagrave policies, I noticed there is such a thing as a "Cenotaph". So...I created separate memorials and submitted them to Findagrave to have this designation placed on them. They haven't responded yet. If you want to see the group of 7, they are available to view on my profile page under "virtual cemeteries'.

Hoping this clears things up for descendants looking for these headstones.

Marlasue
Added by Marlasue on Nov 30, 2016 1:43 PM
Marlasue
Margaret Fisher # 124118295
I created a virtual cemetery in my contributor profile which is a collection of 7 original headstones (having been replaced by updated stones in St. Mary's). Findagrave calls these Cenotaphs. I did find the 1880 census you reference in Mrs. Fisher's bio and that indicates her occupation was "Keeps Beer Saloon". If you would like this emailed to you, feel free to contact me.

Take care,
Marlasue
Added by Marlasue on Nov 28, 2016 5:53 AM
Bradley
stirlingbradleyr@gmail.com
DEAR SCHOTT FAMILY RUFUS CHESTER ALLEN FATHER IS ALBERN ALLEN # 109761 and HIS MOTHER IS MARY ANN MORRIS ALLEN # 171472589,

NOT HIS MOTHER SHE IS STEP MOTHER MARIA (MARCIA) ALLEN ALLEN # 44319648

MY F A G # IS 47916397

THANK YOU
BRADLEY
Added by Bradley on Oct 18, 2016 6:59 PM
Jason O'Driscoll
RE: George Smith
You are welcome. I had been looking for his obituary for some time. He was married to Nina Shurtz my wifes step greatgrandmother and I wanted to know more about him. My wifes great grandfather was Hans Peterson. Thank you for adding the obituary.
Added by Jason O'Driscoll on Oct 14, 2016 7:48 AM
R Timm
Arnold Cline Bio
Former Hubbard Milling employee Arnold “Bud” L. Cline, 78, of Mankato, died Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2000, at his home.
Services are 11 a.m. Friday at Landkamer Johnson-Boman Funeral Home in Mankato, the Rev. Jeff Peterson officiating. Burial is in Pilgrim’s Rest Cemetery.
Visitation is from 4 to 8 p.m. today at Landkamer Johnson-Boman and continues one hour before services Friday at the funeral home.
Mr. Cline was born Jan. 22, 1921, to William and Abbie (Cartwright) Cline in Mankato. He attended school in Mankato and served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He married Violet Dingler June 2, 1944, in Mankato. He had also worked at Archer-Daniel Midland. He was a member of American Legion Post #11 and VFW Post #950. He enjoyed playing cards, crossword puzzles, fishing and football.
Mr. Cline is survived by two daughters and their husbands, Pamela and John Hallman of Owatonna and Deborah and Dennis Lenertz of Eagle Lake; one son, Michael of Mankato; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; one brother and his wife, Ray and Denise of Bloomington; one sister, Dorothy Tillman of Mankato; and nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his wife, two daughters, three sisters, two brothers and one granddaughter.
From Mankato Free Press
Added by R Timm on Sep 14, 2016 9:46 AM
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