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Ref: Charles W Raygor ? - 1902
I had updated this memorial with a birth date, only to realize that this is not the Charles W Raygor who is the son of Oliver Perry Raygor.
Oliver's son, Charles William Raygor died in 1955 in Maryland. I don't know who's parents the Charles in this memorial are, but it's not Oliver Perry Raygor. Please unlink and do not use the information I gave for the birth.
Added by Brenda on Nov 26, 2015 4:19 PM
|John H Willey||Pvt Henry H Longsdorf|
His wife was Hermie Julia Sayre Longsdorf b-abt 1843 d-between 1904-1909
Any chance she is buried at Mount Lebanon?
I hope you don't mind, but have a lot of additions to memorials in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Thanks!
Added by rpm1982 on Oct 10, 2015 8:17 PM
|Jane C||RE: Photo 135625434|
Hello, Thanks for writing. On my screen the original photo appears sideways. I turned that photo 90 degrees and re-posted it. On my screen the second version appears upright. My intent is to help (Christopher Neff's grandparents, Johan Georg Struble/Strobel and Fredericka Herr Struble, are my 3rd great-grandparents).
Is there a way I can send you an image of what I see on my screen? Could you check from a third person's computer how that page appears to others?
If you still wish me to delete the second photo, I will.
Added by Jane C on Sep 30, 2015 7:45 PM
Thanks for transferring James to me. My duplicate has been deleted
|John Bobbs||James Bobbs 1819|
I'm was not trying to be smart, I just came across the duplicate while I was updating one of my trees. Did not notice the date of your posting
James Bobbs was my GG grandfather. So I have no problem taking mine down and asking you to turn over your control of his site.
Hope you are enjoying your day
|Deb||Gibbs in Mount Pleasant|
Thanks for the quick updates.
Added by Deb on Aug 19, 2015 6:30 PM
|rpm1982||Civil War soldiers in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery|
I want to thank you so much for making the changes I have suggested to the Civil War soldiers in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. I am the president of the Mount Pleasant Area Historical Society and I have done extensive research on these men. I was able to identify and locate over 130 Civil War vets in our cemetery, and after researching what these men went through, I feel strongly that they deserve proper recognition for their service to our country. Thank you for helping me make sure that these brave soldiers will not soon be forgotten!
Added by rpm1982 on Aug 15, 2015 1:45 PM
|Lorraine||RE: Your question|
Sorry my question wasn't clear. I'm trying to find where Amos Koehn (1887-1928) and his parents are buried; Andrew H. Koehn (1861-1935) and Eva Koehn (1859-1927). The information I have is that they are buried in Durham, Kansas. I guess they are not in Durham Park Cemetery. Thank you for your information. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=149007956
Added by Lorraine on Jul 15, 2015 7:54 PM
|Lorraine||Durham Park Cemetery, Kansas|
I noticed you have been to this cemetery this year. I have created 3 memorials of people who lived in Winton, Merced County, CA. The father and son died in Winton, but are buried in Durham. The mother lived in Winton, but died in Kansas and is buried in Durham. I wonder if you could tell me if they are buried in this cemetery. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=149007956 I'd like to connect Amos Koehn and his parents, Andrew and Eva Koehn to their cemetery. Thank you.
Added by Lorraine on Jul 10, 2015 2:21 PM
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