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Donald Coho (#47638302)
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Bio Photo There is only one tragedy worse than the burial of a fallen hero in an unknown grave. Some heroes are known at the time of interment, but due to erosion and neglect, become unknown at a later date. We cannot permit this to occur.

Legible headstones are best. Next best are precise GPS coordinates, taken at the center of the grave.
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Dale Temple
RE: Corp James T Temple
Caroline Estelle Temple (nee Conrad) married James T. Temple on 26 February, 1868, in Pennsylvania.
He died in Philadelphia, 5 November 1872, and was buried at the Old Darby Friends Burial Ground in Darby, PA. (Caroline did not die until 13 August, 1928.) James had been born a Quaker which was the reason he was buried as a Quaker. Her brother, J. Fletcher Conrad, helped raise her two children; they lived with him until he passed away on 14 May, 1898, in Philadelphia. James and Caroline were the great-grandparents of my husband, Dale Temple.
Added by Dale Temple on Jun 19, 2016 3:17 PM
Albert Ledoux
RE: Beamer Photo at Newry Lutheran
Even though you didn't request it, I got you another one from the 125th. Check 122799289
Added by Albert Ledoux on Jun 02, 2016 8:22 PM
Albert Ledoux
RE: Beamer Photo at Newry Lutheran
Glad to oblige!
Added by Albert Ledoux on Jun 02, 2016 12:15 PM
Jon Gottshall
RE: Fairview Section G
Thanks for the info! This should be all I need.
Added by Jon Gottshall on May 06, 2016 7:54 AM
Jon Gottshall
Finding section G
Hi. How do I locate section G in Fairview Cemetery in Altoona? There don't seem to be any maps online. Are there markers that I didn't notice? Thanks!
Added by Jon Gottshall on May 05, 2016 11:30 AM
Jim Snyder Jr.
Henry Feathers, Claysburg
That is the pic of the correct stone, the date matches the burial card. It is just that the name is unreadable. Change your date to what is on his veteran burial card. Chalk would have cleared this up quickly.

Added by Jim Snyder Jr. on Apr 26, 2016 12:31 PM
RE: John A Kelly @ Fairview
Thank you for the photo and the update! That explains why earlier photographers could not locate it. :D

Added by Zella on Apr 19, 2016 6:00 PM
Veterans listing from HCHS
Say, going through the listing we found at HCHS last summer. Creating spreadsheet with updated info, but when I can I am transferring Civil War veterans to you as I go through the listing - so look for many transfers coming your way. When I complete, I'll send you updated spreadsheet as it does differ from what we have but you will have Find A Grave # listed for individuals. Unfortunately, there are some memorials I can't find. At the end of this exercise we could create a Find A Grave memorial entry with notation that we don't know where burial is. We can talk more later.
Added by lolo1951 on Feb 29, 2016 4:54 PM
Robert C. Peurifoy
David Bottorf
You have a photo request for the old Salisbury National Cemetery. Few Civil War burials have monuments. Most were buried in Mass Graves, of which there are several and no one really know who is buried in them.
There is no way to fulfill this request. All known monuments from this part of the cemetery have been photographed.
Added by Robert C. Peurifoy on Feb 03, 2016 10:35 PM
Michael Imler Dopson
Roger Lanzendorfer, Memorial# 126896767
Sir, below you will see the Obit on the subject of your Find A Grave, use it as you see fit, hopefully adding it to his Bio

R/Michael Imler Dopson

Obituary of Roger Lanzendorfer
Roger P. Lanzendorfer, 68, of Duncansville RD 2 died Friday afternoon, Jan. 13, 1995, at Altoona Hospital, following a brief illness.
A funeral mass was held Tuesday at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Newry, by Rev. Robert C. Mazur.
Burial was at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Newry, with full military honors by the Roaring Spring VFW and American Legion Post 147 and the Claysburg American Legion Post 522. A wake was held Monday at Sorge Funeral Home, Hollidaysburg.
Mr. Lanzendorfer was born Dec. 6, 1926, in Puzzletown, the son of Leo and Olene (Baker) Lanzendorfer.
He married Alberta M. Noel on Feb. 5, 1947, in Newry. She died Feb. 25, 1992.
Surviving are six daughters, Nancy Frederick of Martinsburg; Alice Anders and Brenda Salyards, both of East Freedom; and Elaine Davis, Sandy Wiles and Linda Lanzendorfer, all of Puzzletown; five sons, James R. of Catlettsburg, Ky.; David P. and Roger P. Lanzendorfer Jr., both of Puzzletown; Michael L. of Duncansville and Jerry T. of Newry.
Also surviving are six brothers, Raymond of Columbiana, Ohio; Clair of Solon, Ohio; Floyd and Lou, both of Duncansville RD; Dennis of Gallitzin; and Melvin of Hollidaysburg RD; two sisters, Rita Noel and Eva Coho, both of Duncansville RD; 36 grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren.
He is also survived by a companion Tamala Ickes.
He was preceded in death by three brothers, Leo, William and Earl, who was killed in action during World War II.
Mr. Lanzendorfer retired as an equipment operator in 1981 from Gordon L. Delozier Inc.
He served in the Army during the Korean Conflict.

Morrisons Cove Herald 1995 Clippings - 26 January 1995
Martinsburg, Blair County, Pennsylvania

Burial: January 17, 1995, St. Patrick's Cemetery - Newry, Blair County, Pennsylvania
Added by Michael Imler Dopson on Feb 01, 2016 12:14 PM
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