|Cindy K. Coffin (#47084179)|
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Projects I am currently coordinating are listed below.|
19th Indiana Infantry, Civil War - Working with a team of contributors to build a virtual cemetery for this "Iron Brigade of the West" regiment. Phil Harris is identifying and photographing as many burial locations as possible for soldiers in this regiment. Rick France, Greg Tompkins, Eric Lowman, Deanna Peterson and I support his work. Phil does his own investigative research to locate the burial sites. When he identifies unmarked graves or badly deteriorated markers that are beyond repair, he works with the Veterans Administration to have new markers made. He then installs the 200 lb. markers all by himself. Sometimes he gets a little help.
Phil's web site for the 19th Indiana is at
http://www.19thindianaironbrigade.com. Phil and other 19th Indiana Infantry volunteers have personally visited the grave sites of the men who served in this regiment. Here is the list of the unmarked graves they have identified, and of markers that need to be replaced or repaired.
US-Dakota War - Coordinating the development of a virtual cemetery for people who were key figures, survivors, victims, or casualties of the US-Dakota War, including Native Americans. Many volunteers have contributed to this project. The Dakota voice needs much better and stronger representation in this history. Please feel free to contact me if you'd like to help.
Genealogy and Family History - Surnames that I am researching include Adams, Andersson, Beebe/Beeby, Berglund, Brandl, Brooks, Christiansen /Christensen, Coffin, Gilmore, Howell, Jensen, Larson, Malmstrom, Morgan, Piehl, Pikal, Randall, Rowe, Stewart, Stroud, Suchomel, Taber/Tabor, Van Slyck, Vikre/Wickre/Wikre, and Wilcox.
Thanks to all the contributors who have generously transferred memorials, responded to photo requests, or reached out in many other ways to help with these projects.
Corrections/Updates to Records: Please do not use the "virtual flower" feature of Find A Grave to submit corrections or additions; this is improper use of the feature. To submit corrections or add information to memorials, please use the "Suggest a Correction" feature in the memorial. (Click the Edit tab, then click the "Suggest a correction..." link.)
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|Karin Morey||1st Minnesota Heavy Artillery|
An addition to your virtual cemetery:
John Otis Wetherell
Enlisted in Company F, Minnesota 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment July 15, 1865. Mustered out September 27, 1865, Fort Snelling, MN.
|deanna french||FAG photo Hiram B. Cutting|
Hi Cindy, I recently realized my message to you of July 2d was very incomplete. My intent was to ask your permission to use the photo you have posted on Find A Grave for Hiram B. Cutting on the Vermont Civil War site ?( www.vermontcivilwar.org.You would receive credit for this.
Thank you, Deanna French
|deanna french||FAG HIRAM CUTTING|
Hi Cindy; Love the project you are doing; quite similar to mine. I am searching Iowa for Vermont soldiers/sailors that have ties to Vermont, but their last resting place is elsewhere. I contribute everything I find to "vermontcivilwar.org; a data base with presently thousands of pages. You may enjoy browsing it.If you click on "options" on the home page, you will find a link for contributors. You can select my name & see what I have contributed. It's really a fun project, and full of history concerning Vermont in the C.W. WOW!! So much to learn!
Thank you for your consideration on this.
|D. Montgomery||Eugene St. Julien COX|
Hello Cindy. I see you posted info for Jennifer St Julien concerning Eugene COX. I am his direct descendant and been looking for his gravesite along with other family members for a long time.
What is impt for you and Jennifer St. Julien to know is that his name had nothing to do with any human named "St. Julien." It was not a family name at all. He happened to be born in Geneva as his parents were overseas and in Switzerland at the time of his birth. They were very American. They liked a small village near Geneva named "St. Julien".... so the baby got this middle name. We have family letters about the naming.
Anyway, the info you sent on to Jennifer St. Julien was helpful for "US" to find the gravesite. So thank you.
Eugene came from a long line of New England families, living first in Massachusetts then, as they were very active in sea trade, moved to bigger trade centers of Philadelphia and New York.
Any further info you have about his life in MN we would be interested in. MHS has a series of files on him primarily due to his infamous "removal from judges bench" due to alcoholism.!
Thank you for any further help.
|Whitney McLaughlin||3rd MN Infantry soldier|
Not sure how to do this but there is a soldier from the 3rd MN infantry buried in Little Rock National Cemetery that you might want to add to your virtual cemetery. It is Thomas Crawshaw (listed as Cranshaw although I have submitted a suggested edit of the name), memorial #3131548.
|Ronald Baxter||Michael Seagraves|
I am sorry but Michael Seagraves is not listed at the Marion National Cemetery I have checked with the VA on this and he is not there.
I hope this helps
|Aaron J. Eddy||Wakanozanzan Medicine Bottle|
As a descendent of Medicine Bottle, I am working on my family tree. I have come across another document that explains Medicine Bottle was the son of Chief Medicine Bottle. I am new to this and am now confused as some of your historical information crosses the information I've found. Can you help me sort this all out?
|Edward MacDonald||Coffin genealogy|
Looking for Coffin family of Nantucket Mass that moved to Duanesburg Schenectady Co. NY
Eliphalet Coffin wife Phoebe Sherman
have a daughter Deborah Coffin Weaver 1800-1877 and maybe daughter Nabby Coffin Lawson 1796-1835
|Karl Stelly||RE: Edits Received|
Thanks very much, Cindy, and the same to you!
|Brook Steed||RE: Addleman Family|
I wasn't aware of that one. Thanks for the head's up. One of my ancestors from my dad's side was one of the characters in the TMC series Turn. Unfortunately they took creative liberty and killed off my 7x G Grandfather Nathaniel Sackett nearly 30 years before his real death. He is considered to be one of America's first spies.
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