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|Debbie Wetlaufer||RE: David Crowell message|
I am loading the files to a Google Drive so that you can have the larger versions. These photos are all taken at Cold Harbor National Cemetery. I took a photo of the grave register book available at the cemetery. David Crowell was not listed. The monument is for all those in the NY militias who died at Cold Harbor. The photo of the home and cemetery is across the street from the CH cemetery. The Garthright Home was used as a hospital during the Civil War. To the left in the woods there are earthworks. Battles took place in the fields. Many bodies were not recovered... or, when they were recovered, there was no identification. I included a headstone for a fallen Union soldier..... The battlefields for Cold Harbor are quiet expansive here in Hanover County VA. We had two brothers from PA who fought here --- they both became prisoners of war shortly afterwards. Strange that we are now living here!! Hanover County saw more action than almost any other county in the US..... we have tons of Civil War and Revolutionary sites and I encourage you to visit sometime. We are about 15 minutes from Richmond, VA.
Let me know if you can access this folder. It has multiple photos in it!
|Debbie Wetlaufer||Cold Harbor Cemetery|
This is within minutes from me. If the rain lets up, I'll get over there. We were there not too long ago. It's a beautiful place. If you're interested, I can send some photos of the cemetery.
|Cathy Alton||RE: Proulx Memorial|
You're very welcome
|Veneita||RE: C. E. Guelich|
Added by Veneita on Sep 10, 2013 8:16 AM
I just noticed that you made a new memorial for Ida in San Luis Cemetery instead of moving the one with the photos from IOOF. It would be much better if you would move the one with photos. If I can help, just send me an edit message through any of my managed memorials.
Added by Cashie on Sep 07, 2013 3:14 PM
Will see if I can find out where Eva is located in Winooski cemetery.
Added by Louise D on May 02, 2013 8:06 AM
|Cathy Alton||RE: William Acker Memorial|
You're welcome. I emailed you the pictures of the section.
|Ideal Soul||Photo Request|
b. 1975, d. 2001
Added by KT
Dec 14, 2012
I went to the cemetery last weekend in attempt to fulfill your request however, the office was extremely busy and I was unable to get in. If you call them and get the exact grave/plot number and location I will be able to easily fulfill your request. Please add the info. to the memorial, along with any other individuals within the same cemetery you'd like pics of and I'd be happy to go back. :)
|Andrew L.||Rodney Taylor|
PRATTS HOLLOW - Rodney Alesworth Taylor, 85, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013, at the Crouse Community Center of Morrisville, while his loving family was at his side.
Rodney was born on March 18, 1927, to parents, Ernest W. and Alice Coe Taylor. Rodney attended grade school in Wampsville and graduated in 1944 from Oneida High School. On June 5, 1949, Rodney married Melva "Betty" Marshall in Pratts Hollow. Their loving union lasted 52 years, until Betty's passing in 2001. Rodney was a farmer by heart. He worked as the manager for Mohawk Valley Oil for 37 years, until his retirement in 1993. Rodney also worked for Hermann Oil, Burroughs's Marshall Farms, Carmola and DiBello Construction and Pat Westcott Feed Mill. Rodney was a member of the Pratts Hollow United Methodist Church; the Madison County Historical Society; Stockbridge Valley Ruritans; Order of the Odd Fellows of Clockville, N.Y. and an honorary member of the Stockbridge Valley F.F.A. Rodney enjoyed reading and operating the small family farm. He also enjoyed local history and harness racing horses.
Rodney is survived by his beloved children, James (Brenda) Taylor of Bouckville, Robert (Yvonne) Taylor of Pratts Hollow and Mary Taylor of Pratts Hollow; his loving grandchildren, Elizabeth "Squirt" Taylor, Jason (Danielle) Taylor, Belinda Taylor, Michael Taylor, David (Katie) Chlad, Michael Buschor, Wes (Betsy) MacKay and Tabitha Kane. Rodney is also survived by his loving great-grandchildren, Steven MacKay, Heather MacKay, Natasha Kane, Philip Kane, Corey Kane and Noah Chlad and one beloved great-great-granddaughter, Claire. Rodney is also survived by one beloved brother, David (Connie) Taylor. He is also survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Rodney was predeceased by his loving wife of 52 years, Betty; his sisters, Erna Major and Marjorie VanWie; his brothers, Wynan (Barney) Taylor, Velton Taylor, Milton Taylor, Ernest Taylor and Karl Taylor.
Funeral services for Rodney will be held on Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013, at 4 p.m. at the Paul Funeral Home, Madison, with the Rev. Gary M. Spraker, pastor of the Pratts Hollow United Methodist Church, officiating. Spring internment will be in the Walnut Grove Cemetery. Family and friends are invited to call on Sunday, from 1-4 p.m., prior to the funeral service, at the funeral home, 3592 South St., Madison.
In lieu of flowers, the family wishes you kindly consider donations to the Pratts Hollow United Methodist Church, 6102 Rocks Road, Munnsville, N.Y. 13409, or the Crouse Community Center, Inc., 101 South St., Morrisville, N.Y. 13408.
.Published in The Oneida Daily Dispatch on January 26, 2013
|Andrew L.||Rodney Taylor passed away|
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