|Tony Klingensmith (#47532264)|
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USAF retired (22.5 years), work for The Boeing Company at Hill AFB, Utah. Graduated with a BA in History from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1995 and an MA in Civil War History from American Military University in 2007.|
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|Coleah||RE: Sarah Grandon|
Thank you for the changes!
Added by Coleah on Dec 04, 2013 11:05 PM
|Rob F||RE: John Dougherty|
You're very welcome, Tony.
Added by Rob F on Nov 24, 2013 5:44 AM
|Tink||RE: John Bate|
Hi Tony. I deleted my memorial for John Bates and added my photos to the original page. I also asked the owner to link him to his wife. Hope that helps! Kim
Added by Tink on Nov 21, 2013 6:23 PM
|Ted Myers||RE: John Bate|
Tony, I am sorry I have not gotten back to you sooner, I have been in Gettysburg for the last several days. In checking all I could even the census, John is listed as Bates, why it is not on his tombstone I do not know. I will get in touch with the other contributor and let them know it is dup. I will get back to you. Ted
|James Gibbons||Whilldin Halfmann|
Thank you very much for the transfer.
I was looking through some records and Whilldin Halfmann was listed as a private in Co. B of the 22nd Pennsylvania Volunteers. He was not a lieutenant. Perhaps the person named William Halfmann was a lieutenant instead?
|Kathy Mack Kovach||RE: Hugh Jamison|
You are very welcome for the photos. I run across your memorials quite often and appreciate the information you post. Thanks for all you do!
Would you mind transferring the memorial for Lieut. Whildon Halfmann to me please? His memorial # is 89038555.
I found a stone for James Wilson. Beside the stone for James are stones for a Sarah Wilson and a Jane Wilson. I took a picture of both stones. I'll post them if I find or you make a memorial for them.
Added by Snake on Nov 11, 2013 2:13 PM
|Taphophile Duo||RE: George Cutshall|
I wish! From what you're telling me, now he has three wives. Just gets more complicated as I look into it. Thanks!
|Taphophile Duo||RE: George D. Cutshall|
Thanks! I've been pondering that same question about the two stones. Sometimes the widow puts up a stone in a different cemetery so it doesnt look like she's "alone" in death. Really hard to say. I'm not directly related to the Cutshalls, only distantly through a common ancestor so I can't help much. I did link mine to yours when I had the option because the wife was in the same cemetery and it just seemed to make sense. Thanks for fixing them up! I'm probably done with the Cutshalls for now but you never know. Everyone in western PA is so intertwined.
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