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|Cockayne Farm||Henry Clay Cockayne|
Thanks, Janet, for updating Henry's memorial and for your care of his memory. Jane
|Cockayne Farm||Henry Clay Cockayne|
Hi Janet. Henry Clay Cockayne died in battle at Allatoona. According to the records, his body was placed in a trench with 26 other soldiers at Allatoona. Do you know if his gravestone at Marietta (memorial # 38928990) is a cenotaph or did they relocate remains from Allatoona to Marietta? Thanks for any information you might have. Jane Cockayne Weaver
|William Diehl||Elizabeth Leith|
All that I can tell you is that the work I did on memorials in the Burkes Cemetery, Wyandot County, Ohio was done from on line records. I had found in those records a relative in that cemetery for which I did a memorial. Since I had time I went on to do most of the memorials. I have never been to that cemetery so I can not speak to the accuracy.
I would like to be able to turn all the records of that cemetery over to someone who could more adequately care for them.
Thank you for getting back to me. The place of death is correct if you want to leave that. It is hard to verify information at times when all we find is the wrong information. Again thank you for your work on find a grave.
|Diane Heim||Potter E Owen|
I found your page with Potter E Owen and I was wondering where you found the information? Could the name be Peter E Owen? I ask because I am looking for my Peter E Owen who did die in Montgomery, Alabama with the same death date. He lived in Waupaca Co., Wi at the time he enlisted. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
|rcelt||Pvt William Haske|
Photos of Aisne-Marne American Cemetery and Memorial Chapel and inscription have been added
Added by rcelt on Mar 04, 2015 9:29 AM
|Joseph A. Chaplow||George M. Mankin #2987318|
Thank you Janet for accepting the care of this memorial from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. George is my wife's 1st cousin 4X removed. Although the stone states his last name is "Mankins" it is not, it is Mankin. Would you be so kind to transfer his memorial into my care? I have extensive information concerning him, his life and family that I would like to add to this memorial. My Find A Grave member # is:47197607
Joseph A. Chaplow.
|Steve||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 3951415|
The one he is currently linked to is an newer duplicate. As I understand it, Find-a-Grave uses the first/older memorial. Please compare the "created" dates. Hope this helps.
Added by Steve on Feb 18, 2015 5:13 PM
|pkarchs||Re: Edwin Eleazer Huntington, Memorial# 3951415|
Thanks for your note. Since February 2014, there have been two memorials in North Windham Cemetery for Edwin's father, Eleazer Huntington (1766 - 1830), but prior to that, only the one I manage and created in 2011. This happens when an earlier memorial is created with burial location "unknown" and no cemetery initially indicated OR is placed in the wrong cemetery then moved to the correct one later after the duplicate. The person with the older Eleazer Huntington memorial didn't contact me - and just made a black/white version of the color photo on mine and placed on his older memorial of 2008 - thus he was aware of the conflict from the get-go. He refused to delete his. As I think the so-called "merged" memorials by F-A-G are less than satisfactory, I'm willing to delete the one I created for my 4th gr-grandfather ONLY after all links and information on mine are incorporated into or recreated (flowers) onto his. So I suggest you go ahead and link. I'll myself upload today the color photos to his. I can't tell if he is a "batch uploader" of merely names, then places them in correct cemeteries later - or whether this was an honest mistake. From the volunteer photos taken, guessing he lives in Virginia - but there are some photos from Windham Co. - but again, not for this. he may/may not be related and I always bias family in these situations, regardless of F-A-G suggested guidelines. Put the memorial in the hands of those who care most and will best maintain it long term.
Again, only after all information on mine is on his, will I delete mine. Thanks for asking.
Philip in NYC
Added by pkarchs on Feb 18, 2015 5:15 AM
this northern soldier is buried at chatanooga. the us govt placed the wrong name on the stone. the dead vet is Thomas routt from Covington ky. I have emailed va to see about replacing the poor guys stone. he died in thehospital there after getting sick. his brother Jefferson routt was in the same division and he was captured at chicamauga and died at Richmond va prison the next year. I have both of their pension requests from their mother and have verified all. thanks for your work, it makes things easier for an old guy like me. dale ashcraft
Added by oldguy on Feb 15, 2015 9:54 PM
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