|Chris Finch (#47207221)|
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|Family historian, micropaleontologist, hiker among other things. |
Now working on Strausbaugh family tree. NEED HELP: looking for parents of Lucy Ann Elizabeth Strausbaugh, wife of Melchior Sachs. Married 1849 March 16 in Gettysburg. Born in or near Gettsyburg, PA about 1829. NOT Lucy Ann the daughter of George Strausbaugh and Elizabeth Bittinger, that Lucy Ann married Joseph Warner and stayed in Pennsyvlania instead of moving to Illinois. Anyone knowing her parents names please contact me.
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|jaxjonesing||Mildred Tate McGinnis LInks|
Links are done. Thanks for the suggestion. And you are very welcome for the other work, I love learning the history and meeting new family memebers!
|L.F. Randell||Florida Jones|
Hi Chris, Am always happy to transferr and make connections! If you find anything else on the PEEK line, please let me know! Best, LF Randell
Thank you for leaving a token and message on the memorial for Morgan Thompson. I appreciate it.
Added by Johnny on Nov 29, 2013 4:08 PM
|The Bull||RE: George Hartley photos|
Yes, Finn's Point is different than most National Cemeteries. Here is a bit of information about the cemetery.
The prison is at Fort Delaware and is located on Pea Patch Island in the middle of the Delaware River between Delaware City, DE and Fort Mott State Park, Pennsville, NJ. Fort Delaware is only accessible by passenger ferry operated by the Delaware River Bay Authority during the spring and summer months. The ferries run scheduled round trips from Delaware City, DE and Pea Patch Island and between Pea Patch Island and Fort Mott State Park, NJ.
The cemetery is located in Pennsville, NJ and is accessible by automobiles. It is about a mile directly behind Fort Mott State Park. In the summer they have civil war reenactments, if you ever have a chance to come to the area, it's best to visit then. If you do, be sure to bring insect repellent.
The Confederate Monument stands 85 foot tall concrete and granite obelisk has 12 bronze tablets containing the names of 2436 Confederate prisoners of war who died at Fort Delaware and reinterred in mass graves at Finns Point National Cemetery. It also has a Union Monument with 135 names of men who died at Fort Delaware.
You're welcome for the photos,
Added by The Bull on Nov 25, 2013 10:05 AM
Thanks for the parental links. Appreciate your time and effort.
Thank you for the info links have been created
Thank you for the parental links. I have added them to Henry Loursey's memorial.
Added by Johnny on Nov 20, 2013 3:44 PM
|Wendy Guion||RE: Lulu|
So glad. That's my goal to help families remember and honor their past!
|Bob Saunders||RE: Prose photos|
No problem. I completely understand the feeling real part
|LKat||Hugh Dutro Murley|
You are welcome for the photos, always happy to add photos to memorial pages.
Yes, you have my permission to use the photos of Hugh Dutro Murley at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Please use this line:
© 2013 by LKat on Find A Grave. Used with permission.
Thank you very much for being considerate in asking if you could use the photos.
Added by LKat on Oct 11, 2013 11:18 AM
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