|Robert Harmon||RE: Pianko family|
There is no record for Diane E. Pianko at Greenwood Cemetery. Therefore I cannot post the photo.
I'm assuming she is related to your family.
Do you know who she is?
Any help would be appreciated.
|Robert Harmon||RE: Ken Pianko|
I also photographed the stone of Zigmont P. and Evelyn L. Pianko.
There was a third stone, Diane E. Pianko
December 31, 1937 - July 24, 1956.
Would you like me to post these 2 photos?
|RD Hall||One of your guys found in Calif.|
Sgt W. W. Dollinges
Co. H, 45th Iowa Infantry
Added by RD Hall on Apr 17, 2013 12:06 AM
|Robin Irvine||Dallas McCumber/#9399931|
Dallas is my cousin and if you are interested he was born in 1845/Boone Co. Illinois. He died of disease on June 16, 1862 in the Army Hospital Monterey, Tennessee.
Thanks for your photo!
|Andy Gappa||RE: John Dixon in Oak Woods|
I've got another one or two coming in the next couple of days that I found in Oak Woods this past Saturday.
|Judy Cain Bowser||James Furey|
Thank you so much for the additional Civil War information on James Furey. He was very fortunate to have survived this ordeal. Unbelievable all of the battles that this Regiment was engaged in. I will add more information to his memorial. He certainly needs to be honored for his service.
|IntuitiveMedium||William Walter Dearborn|
William Walter Dearborn was first married to Marie Skovgaard, and had two daughters, Lyla Marilyn Dearborn (McCreath) B. 1898 and Stena Helene Dearborn B. 1902
|Nancy Craig - Holtzman||Samantha Craig Peckenpaugh|
I just wanted to thank you for linking Samantha to her parents. Have a great weekend!
|Linda Linn||RE: J M Grinstead (aka Jasper Grinstead)|
Thanks for the info. I will be glad to delete the incorrect pension. Linda
|R A Schoppert||RE: Angert photo|
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