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|colelemna||RE: Union Mills|
Thank you so much. I'm so happy that you live close by, and have been so help for over a year now. I will make a list of the most important finds. Any long distant pictures, and the close up picture of the graves would be great. I have researched this cemetery so much, and it's a very tight knit community in my family tree and I'm finding that almost every family is connected in some way to Samuel & Maria Cole.
Would you have time to find more request in Union Mills? I thought I found a couple that found some for me, then to find out they don't live in the area. I really would like to wrap up my research. Do you know any other local volunteers that would have time to document Union Mills Broadalbin for me? I know summer time is better that the snowy season. :)
|No Guts, No Glory||RE: Duplications|
Bravo....you hit several nails right on their heads...I couldn't have said it better...don't worry about the rant. ...I do it too! Thanks for the reply. Happy taphophiling
|Edward MacDonald||site manager|
If you are not related make me the manager of my sisters site
|Wendy McIntosh||Walter Harry Swank|
Diora was the second wife of Walter Harry Swank.
His memorial is # 102074564
He died as a result of an accidental drowning. He was gathering coal in the river bed and a sudden storm came up and swept him away.
He died on 19 Jun 1915.
Very sad that both of her husband's died in sudden and tragic situations.
Found it - on the Columbia County Historical page - W.H. Swank married Dora Klinger on 19 Apr 1913.
Will let you know more details, when I run this information.
Sorry my fingers were faster than my brain.
I will look in the Columbia County Historical Society Web page and see if I can find any record of a marriage.
It must have been very short. Melvin died in 1906. In 1910 she is still listed as "Klinger" on the census, and on 1920 she is listed as "Swank" as a widow. I am thinking that she was someone's second wife and whomever he was - he was buried with his first wife.
|Wendy McIntosh||Diora (Boyles) Klinger Swank|
|Wendy McIntosh||Diora May (Boyles) Klinger Swank|
Do you know the name of Diora's second husband?
|Carolyn Thomas Sorensen||Prudence Comstock|
Thank you for pointing out the correction needed for Prudence Comstock in the Josiah Maples memorial. I have made the change.
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