| || member for 6 years, 4 months, 8 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
|Messages left for Sherry (746)||[Leave Message]|
Sherry: Thank you for the dbl. tombstone photo of Henry Beason Hester & wife, Ima Jean Vaughan buried in Sparkman Hillcrest Memorial Park in Dallas County, Texas.
I realize that this is a very large cemetery and I really appreciate the time and effort on your part to find and photograph my request.
Thank you for volunteering to be a findagrave photographer.
|Presh Henry||RE: Leon Franklin McGonigle|
His parents are not alive. In fact, his mother died before he did and his father in the 50's.
I will be sure all of the rest of my family knows how to access the photo of my uncle Lee's grave site.
It was a wonderful experience for me.
Thank you again,
Ethel McGonigle Henry
|Dan Oh||Frank Udderzook jr|
Sent this to the owner of your frank's entry:
Coatesville Weekly Times
October 27, 1888
Killed On The Railroad- Frank Udderzook, aged 27 years, a resident of Cocharanville, this county, drove to Atglen on Wednesday evening, and leaving his team at that place, took the train for Lancaster, to attend the Democratic parade in that city. On Thursday he was returning on a freight train and when attempting to get off of the same at Atglen, he was thrown forcibly to the ground, receiving a deep cut over the right temple. He was brought to this borough, where his wound was dressed by Dr. Wm. R. Blakeslee. For a while after arriving here it was thought his injury would not prove serious. He gave his name, and expressed a desire to go home, but about six o'clock he began to lose consciousness, and continued to grow worse until 7:45, when he died. Deputy Coroner H.G. Thomas was notified and held an inquest with the following jury: John Gilfilan, F.A. Bickel, Sr., R.D. Ford, Jessee Moore, John Finnigan and F. L Campbell. After hearing the testimony of Dr. Blakeslee, who said death had resulted from concussion of the brain, caused by the injury on the head, the jury adjourned until ten o'clock on Friday, in order to hear the testimony of the train men. When they were examined, however, nothing of importance was learned, as none of them had seen him fall, and but one of them had seen him on the train. The jury rendered a verdict exonerating the company for any responsibility for his death. Mr. Udderzook, with his mother and brother lived on a farm near Cochranville belonging to John Gilfillan, Esq., of this borough, who speaks very highly of the young man who met his death in so tragic a manner.
Added by Dan Oh on Sep 26, 2014 11:50 AM
|Dan Oh||Ellsworth Udderzook|
Bringing this one to your attention if interested.
Added by Dan Oh on Sep 26, 2014 11:32 AM
|Presh Henry||Leon Franklin McGonigle|
Thank you for the photo of my uncle's gravesite. It is the first time anyone from our family has been able to see his final resting place. It means a lot to me.
Ethel McGonigle Henry (Presh)
|Floral Designer||RE: Sarah Biehn|
Inside is very hard you need s personnel to take you to the spot, it seems they have no more time for us , as genealogy vol, lots of vol have stopped the indoor bldgs for this reason, if not on the memorial please add location and maybe someone will try it. Snow here is around dec
|Richard Mayo||Mayo [|
Thank you for the transfers, keep up the great work
Thank you, Sherry.
Best Wishes, Linda
|L G Shinn||Restland Memorial Park|
Thank you for the transfer of Edgar L Smith to me, and "thank you" for all the work you do for this web site.
L Gayle Shinn
|Gregory Chapman||Winlsow Decker Watt|
He is my gg grandmother's son.
|[View all messages...]|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service