|Greg Keller (#46859742)|
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In addition to being a musician, I love researching my genealogy. I also love history and anything to do with the Pennsylvania "Dutch", or German. I am a member of The Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War and am also a Civil War reenactor with the 93rd PA Vol. Inf. and the Buzzard Mess. If anyone has any additions, or changes they want to make to my information please let me know and I would be glad to help.|
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|Bruce Speck||RE: Yarnall|
Thanks for your help.
Thank you for the photo of Stoy...
Added by Gloria on Jan 11, 2014 6:36 AM
Thank you so much for all your Civil War Research on Thad and the transfer, very very much appreciated. There is a story about the spelling of his name, his Momma wanted him to stand out from the rest of the "clan" and shortened it. Like a good son, he obeyed.
|JT||Private Samuel Burkey 19245037|
Just thought I'd let you know that I took a photo of the gravemarker for private Samuel Burkey today and posted it on his memorial page.
Added by JT on Dec 23, 2012 5:51 PM
|Audrey LeRew||Jacob S. Craul obit and burial|
From York Dispatch June 3, 1928
CIVIL WAR VETERAN, 83 AND BLIND, DIES
Jacob Craul expired from influenza at daughter's home at Mt. Washington.
Mt. washington, June 3---Jacob S. Craul, blind Civil War Veteran, died at 12:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the resident of his daughter, Mrs. Samuel A. Brenneman, near this place. He was aged 83 years, 10 months, and eight days.
Besides the daughter with whom he resided, Mr. Craul leaves two sons, John Craul of York and William Craul of New York.
During the Civil War, he served with the 188th regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers.
The funeral will be held from the late residence on Tuesday, with a short service at the house at 9:30 am and further services at the Evangelical church at Manchester. Rev. Ralph Smith, pastor. Interment will be in Union cemetery at Manchester. Arrangements are in charge of Funeral Director C. Henry Quickel, of near Dover.
June 5. The funeral of Jacob s. Craul, blind Civil War Veteran, who died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Samuel Brenneman, near Mt. Washington, Saturday afternoon, was held from his late residence at 9:30 today. After brief services at the house, concluding services were conducted at St. Paul's Evangelical church, Manchester, with the pastor. Rev Ralph Smith, officiating. The pallbearers were: Clayton Fink, Peter Strine, E. C. Harkett, Wilbert Ort, Latimor Crone and Charles Brandt. Interment was made in the Union Cemetery.
|Audrey LeRew||Jacob Craul Manchester Union Cem|
I wanted to make sure you were doing Find A Grave
I have a long obit for Jacob that I was going to send you to add to your memorial. But before I typed it all I wanted to make sure you were still doing Find A Grave
Let me know
|GLENDA EISENHOUR||RE: Joseph Beck|
Hello, Greg. First, let me thank you for all your hard work on Find A Grave.
The photo of Andrew Beck and wife, Eliza Clemens Beck, was sent to me in 1998 by Myron "Mike" Clemens in response to an ad I placed in the Putnam Co., IL Historical Soc. publication for any photos available on the Clemens & Eisenhour families. I double checked, and there were no photos of Becks except this one since he married a Clemens. Sorry. Wish I could have helped.
|Janice Oberlin Smarr||William Hiester|
Did I send you a bio for Rev. William Hiester mem# 38169042 ?
If you didn't get it, Let me know and I'll resend it if you would be so kind to put it up for me.
Thank you so much for the transfer of Jeremiah Miller, It is appreciated.
Added by Marion on Mar 02, 2012 9:21 AM
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