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Hay Foot Straw Foot Belly full of bean Soup. They say Generals get a state biographer, everyone else get their family to do it.|
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"This packrat has learned that what the next generation will value most is not what we owned, but the evidence of who we were and the tales of how we loved. In the end, it's the family stories that are worth the storage."-Ellen Goodman, The Boston Globe
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|Brenda Hare||RE: Simeon Overacker|
Thank you. Was just hoping to find someone who has it.
|Brenda Hare||Simeon Overacker|
I am wondering if you might have a copy of Simeon Overacker's Civil War pension record.
I am trying to help a lady join DAR through the Overacker line, through Simeon's brother, Henry.
I am seeing people posting that Simeon's Civil War pension talks about his brother, Henry, who died in 1863 in the Civil War.
|pjt||Daniel Caton 1812-1863 131639648|
I do research on the 134th NY Volunteer Infantry.
I think the memorial's Bio section needs to be clarified, or it contains a mistake. The section I refer to is:
"All of his son's but his youngest served in the Civil War (Union)
enlisted on 09/26/1862 in New York
into the 134 Regiment, Infantry, Co. H."
I believe that refers to his son, who is recorded on the 134th Muster Roll as follows:
COTON, DANIEL.—Age, 18 years. Enlisted, August 26, 1862, at Princetown, to serve three years; mustered in as private, Co. H, September 22, 1862; wounded, no date; died of his wounds, July 10, 1863, at hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.; also borne as Cotton.
The Daniel Caton the memorial is for refers to a birthday of 1812. The 134th's Daniel Coton enlisted in 1862 at age 18, so he would have been born in 1844 or 45.
Thanks for creating the memorial.
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Added by pjt on Mar 31, 2015 4:21 PM
|DMD||RE: Frank Kopic|
Please explain.I only entered a memorial for Frank L who passed away in 2014, but when I click on his memorial it shows incorrect info.
I do know when I was entering info on the site on Sunday the system went down, maybe a website glitch. I didn't enter info for Frank who died in 1969. I will try to correct for Frank who died in 2014, but if you entered a Frank who died in 1969 you may have to re enter his info.
Thanks for letting me know
Added by DMD on Jul 02, 2014 6:10 AM
looks like you have attached the wrong child of Frank Kopic. Please double check your dates.
Added by DMD on Jun 21, 2014 9:12 AM
|GeneGraver||Revisions and Connections|
I would be happy to make any revisions if you could send me a suggest a correction it would be appreciated, then I have a link as a starting point. I have so many requests and that is the easiest way.