|Donald Coho (#47638302)|
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There is only one tragedy worse than the burial of a fallen hero in an unknown grave. Some heroes are known at the time of interment, but due to erosion and neglect, become unknown at a later date. We cannot permit this to occur.|
Legible headstones are best. Next best are precise GPS coordinates, taken at the center of the grave.
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|Albert Ledoux||RE: Dennis Lanzendorfer|
Let's see if it works!!
|Albert Ledoux||Dennis Lanzendorfer|
I just had Christmas Eve dinner with an assortment of Knees from Gallitzin, among whom was your aunt Leona Knee Lanzendorfer. I decided to entertain them with the tombstones of Findagrave, unaware that you has posted family photos which they ended up enjoying very much.
Aunt Leona pointed out one little detail, though, namely that the bio on Uncle Denny has him getting married in Newry. In fact they were married at St. Patrick's in Gallitzin. Dunno if you are able to change that factoid, seeing that the "page" belongs to someone else, but I figured I would at least clue you in.
|Ron Stewart||Joseph Maurer - Hampton National Cemetery|
I will gladly transfer this memorial to you if you are interested. I am not related.
Additional data added to his bio.
|Albert Ledoux||RE: Great Vision in Summerhill|
Glad to oblige!
|lolo1951||RE: Lewis F Wattson 137576573|
Just transferred to you. So enjoy sharing in your discoveries of our Civil War heroes with roots in Huntingdon County.
Added by lolo1951 on Nov 27, 2016 11:00 AM
|Gary Zentmyer||Miles Zentmyer #33786763|
Finally got around to this, did not add your info to Find A Grave, but to our web site which is much more detailed.
|Nancy Thompson||PVT John Cannon|
You created two memorials for same person:
#152501866, created 19 Sep 2015, last name spelled CARMON.
#169922491, created 14 Sep 2016, correct name spelled CANNON.
You may want to take a peek at the above.
|David G. Briggs||RE: Photo for Alexander Boggs|
You need to read the photo caption which gives a description of the interments associated with that cemetery location.
I had men clean the plants from in front of their stone and have posted another picture. It is not the clearest so I try to take another one. Up until it was cleared, I did not realize that they have 2 daughters buried there as well: on left is "Baby Susan 1877", on right side "Margie Mae 1877-1892". Note, the flag was replaced after I took the photo.
Added by RobinB on Aug 15, 2016 6:35 PM
|RobinB||James and Josephine Haslett|
You left a request for the burial place of James and Josephine Haslett. I am the sec/Treasurer of the Beulah cemetery where they are buried. I took a photo of their grave, but the inscription cannot be seen because of lilies that were planted around it. If I had not had my cemetery map with me, it would be impossible to see the stone. The grave site DOES have a GAR marker and a flag.
We, the cemetery Board, do not have any deeds or records for this section of our cemetery. This was once the site of the Presbyterian Church where the records were kept and it burned in 1905 or 1906, thus losing the records.
If you will email me I will attach the photo I have. One note, the dates inscribed on the stones are as follows:
James A. Haslett: b. 1844, d.1931
Josephine: b. 1845, d.1913
If I can be of further help, please let me know.
Added by RobinB on Jul 21, 2016 10:07 AM
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