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Gene Ford (#46802925)
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Holly McNew
RE: Find A Grave memorial for Julia McNew 65509965
I am sorry. I wasn't thinking about that. Thank you so much! Have a great day!
Added by Holly McNew on Jun 13, 2016 8:37 AM
Pam
RE: Elizabeth M Petersen
Thank you, she is my paternal great-grandmother, and I am sure of the maiden name, and was aware of how the DC was worded. Bob Hague has been working with me and now the correct parents are attached to the correct children and siblings.
Regards, Pam
Added by Pam on Jun 12, 2016 7:25 PM
Pam
Elizabeth M Petersen
Please edit her name.
Elizbeth Heine (maiden name) Petersen #57093016
She is my paternal great grandmother.
Thank you.
Pam Schultz
Added by Pam on Jun 11, 2016 12:18 PM
Pam
Elizabeth M Petersen
Please edit her name.
Elizbeth Heine (maiden name) Petersen #57093016
She is my paternal great grandmother.
Thank you.
Pam Schultz
Added by Pam on Jun 11, 2016 12:17 PM
steve mc
RE: Agust Fashion War Record
Sorry Gene, the other soldier was Oliver LANKFORD.

steve
Added by steve mc on Mar 17, 2016 3:08 PM
steve mc
RE: Agust Fashion War Record
Gene--
Thank you for your help with updating Mr. Fashion's memorial. When I started this all I had from an article about my Grandfather when he told this story were the names of the two soldiers killed and the fact that they were from Texas. The other soldier was Oliver Langford.

You may find this map of interest....it shows the various Army divisions and their positions at the battle of Chateau-Thierry.

http://www.usaww1.com/American-Expeditionary-Force/images/AEF_Maps15.jpg

Regards,
Steve
Added by steve mc on Mar 17, 2016 3:00 PM
genieresearcher
Copeland mystery
Hi again, you gave me something to ponder and research...I thought Copelands were married before 1855 and John D would be first born perhaps or could he be twin to Mary Ann Copeland born 1855? They appear on the 1860 census with children Mary A 5, Susanna J 3 and Margaret J 1. So John could be their first child. But I'm sure you've seen these records. Too bad cemetery record didn't give his parents' names. Is he buried in same plot with them? thoughts?
Added by genieresearcher on Mar 10, 2016 7:10 PM
genieresearcher
Copeland in Dravo
that is very kind and generous of you. I have done the same thing for others but some are defiant about memorial ownership. So I will move him to Dravo and I THANK YOU for understanding. Hope I can return the favor!
Added by genieresearcher on Mar 09, 2016 5:17 PM
genieresearcher
Thomas Copeland
You are correct, the memorial I made for Thomas in 2012 though I have him in Coulter Cemetery. Now I have to recall why I did that even though I mentioned in bio about Dravo/Greenock cemetery burial list. If I could just re-verify he is in Dravo, I'd move memorial there, but then we have duplicates. Unless there are two different Thomas Copelands perhaps...? How can we handle, now that 4 of their children are linked to my Thomas. ?
Added by genieresearcher on Mar 09, 2016 4:28 PM
genieresearcher
Copeland edit
I changed bio and I verified by checking records. Don't know where I got that info but thanks for heads up. Trying to find his mother Mary Ann Mitchell Copeland.
Added by genieresearcher on Mar 09, 2016 2:35 PM
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