|Rita & Lee Gordon (#46554879)|
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Fike, Arnold, Dodge, King, Martin and Slaubaugh in and around Eglon, WV.
Peter Fike 83989241
Moses Fike 33418885
Edward F. King 33478669
John Slaubaugh 37607904
My resource for Fike family info is the book, Christian Fike and His Descendants by Merilyn B. Fike Morrow, 1996.
Gordon, Dunbar, Densmore and Bruce in the Pan handle part of Choctaw County, Mississippi.
William Gordon 53787371
William Francis Gordon 85436575
Bunyan Dunbar Gordon 13811235
Louie Gordon 37596716
William John Dunbar 40444769
William Richard Densmore 40982128
John A. Bruce 37997354
Gordon, Dunbar and Farrar in Fairfield County, South Carolina.
Curp, Cochran, and Flommersfeld in Ohio.
Rev Frederick Curp 26947747
Capt Andrew Murray Cochran 81095222
John A Flommersfeld 18534818
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|karen wildman||Mytle Rowan|
Thank you for the copy of the obituary. Myrtle was my Aunt so I already had it plus the book she wrote.
But I appreciate that you made the effort. It was a great service and I hope you are able to do it for others.
|Bob & Nancy Cannon||Marsha Fasking|
Will add mother when death dates & known cemetery is added. Thank you.
|Barbara Mogush||Mary Margaret Maxwell|
Thank You for sending her obituary!
|Betty Frank||Nelson Cary|
Thank you for typing the obituary! They add so much to a memorial;) It has been added.
|Alaskankare||RE: Thomas Francis Gordon|
No problem. I just wish there had been a marking. I myself have been trying to locate a monument grave for an ancestor. I was sad to see that so many cemetery's in the country of their origin have been lost to woods. From what I understand Seward used to have several cemeteries, but as the town grew, they were moved and consolidated into the current one. This may be why they have so many records for where people are buried, but there are no longer markers.
|Telephoneman54||Soldier was not in Mexican War|
Hi Rita and Lee,
Regarding Jacob Smith, mem #68049825, in Sabina Cem., Clinton County, Ohio, if he was born in 1847 he was a baby during the time the Mexican War was fought (1846-1847). The flag holder by his monument shows GAR (Grand Army of the Republic) which is a term for the Union Army during the Civil War (1861-1865). Somewhere there must be a record that shows what regiment and company he served in.
|Carl Bennett||Clark Fait|
Thank you for the information!
|Rachel's mom||Susannah Becker|
|B. Felix||RE: Donna J. Fike|
Added by B. Felix on Dec 28, 2014 7:57 AM
|Rachel's mom||Wayne Davis|
Added obit per your request.
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