|Rick Karr (#47055820)|
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|DOUG KIGAR||Ivan Gus Kigar|
Please link to his father # 7978444
|genielady2012||Rev David E Martz|
Thank you for the photo! :)
|Chris Haynes||Conway Family|
Thank you or the pictures of James P Conway and his wife Jessie Conway.
Thanks again! :) This time for Hales and Shaw!
|Michael Wood||Daniel Dull|
Rick, thank you SO much for the great photos of the gravesite of Daniel Dull (Fulton Union). Greatly appreciated!
|Carolyn Baker||RE: Gilbert Oldfield|
Hi Rick, The pic you are talking about for Ella Sarah was my pic. Yes Gilbert was a relative of Berna Eli "Barney" Oldfield the Race Car Driver and personality.
|Carolyn Baker||Gilbert Oldfield and Civil War|
Hi Rick, That would be great if we could get him a marker. From his bio
He was intensely patriotic; in 1861 at the
beginning of the Civil War, though he was 48 years of age he was determined to go into the service of his flag; having been several times
rejected, he dyed his gray hair and beard black, went to Napoleon, and was there accepted as a member of the 68th O. V. I., a regiment that saw hard service in Grants army. He was with this regiment for about a year, being discharged from the service on account of sickness.
His son, George, then a lad of 14, was with him for several months and later regularly enlisted in the service.
|Carolyn Baker||Gilbert Oldfield|
Thank you Rick for doing the extra research to find Gilbert's grave site. Carolyn
|Cathleen Zepelin||Teachworth Photo|
Thanks so much for the photo!! I really appreciate your help.
|RMiller||Adeline Gasche Buehrer|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph the gravestone of Adeline Gasche Buehrer in the Wauseon, Ohio Union Cemetery at my request. I do very much appreciated your effort. She was the first wife of my wife's GGrandfather Andrew Buehrer. He came to America at age 18 from Switzerland and was conscripted into the Ohio infantry during the civil war. He was wounded, discharged and married to Adeline Gasche. They had two daughters before she died. The daughters were raised by others and he moved on to Nebraska and later Washington and had another family. I just recently found photographs of the two daughters, and now have evidence of their mother's grave. Thank you also for the note concerning the poor condition of the stone. That closes many questions.
Added by RMiller on Sep 02, 2014 2:02 PM
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