|Bonnie Hoy (#47000652)|
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|Karen Ferency Baker||RE: Michael Kruegar|
Hi, Bonnie, the second Michael is his son. If you look closely, the side of the stone has the son Michael.
|Anna C||RE: Mary Barton|
I'm so sorry to bother you once again. I tried to open that file this morning but get a message, ". . . reading differential JPEG files is not implemented." In other words, I can't access it. If you still have it, would you please consider emailing it to me at email@example.com? Again, sorry to drag things out here.
Added by Anna C on Feb 07, 2016 9:14 AM
|Anna C||RE: Mary Barton|
Thanks and I will do that first thing in the morning. I honestly very much do appreciate your time and your consideration.
Added by Anna C on Feb 06, 2016 8:08 PM
|Karen Ferency Baker||Clara Pilgrim|
I see the death cert. you are referring to...do you think it is wrong? Sometimes a person is called by his middle name for some reason or another, so I assumed that this was the case for John Frederick. Do you think that is wrong? I am researching this line for my best buddy and her father. Actually I am on a trip researching right now.
|On the Trail||James S Griswold|
Do you have any additional info about Mr Griswold? I believe I have a photo of him. Do you know if he served in the 131st NY Volunteer Infantry as Captain of Co B?
James S Griswold, Captain, Company B 131st New York Volunteer Infantry
The One Hundred and Thirty-first Regiment New-York Volunteers was raised mostly of city men, by the Metropolitan police during the months of July and August, 1862, and was the first regiment of the Metropolitan Brigade. It started from Riker's Island, N. Y., September 15th, 1862, about 1000 strong, most of the officers hailing from the Seventh Regiment, National Guard. They proceeded to Annapolis, Md., and in November of that year went with the Banks Expedition to Louisiana, and became attached to the famous Nineteenth Army Corps. In the Spring of 1863 it went on the Teche and Port Hudson campaigns, suffering extensively at the seige of Port Hudson. In July, 1864, it left the Department of the Gulf, and Joined Gen. BUTLER at Bermuda Hundred, Va., and shortly after joined Gen SHERIDAN, in the Shenandoah Valley, participating in all his gallant achievements during the Valley campaign, and loosing very heavily at the battle of Winchester, Sept. 19, 1864. January, '65, it went to Savannah, Ga., with Gen. GROVER, and remained there till March, when it went to Morehead City, Newbern, and Goldsboro, N. C, became attached to the (Fort Corps) Tenth Army Corps, and to SHERMAN'S army. In May they went to Augusta, Ga., remained there until the middle of June. Arrived at
Savannah, and were mustered out of service July 26. They have traveled over 10,000 miles by land and water since the organization of the regiment. They are known as the "Fighting Regiment," and have participated in the following battles:
First assault on Port Hudson, La., May 27, 1863.
Second assault on Port Hudson, La., June 10, 1863.
Third assault on Port Hudson, La., June 14, 1863.
Cox's Plantation, La., July 14. 1863.
Winchester, Va., Sept. 19, 1864.
Fisher Kill, Va., Sept. 22, 1864.
Cedar Creek, Va., Oct. 19, 1864.
They return from Savannah 254 strong, with the following officers.
Field and Staff.—Colonel, NICHOLAS W. DAY; Lieutenant-Colonel, Wm. M. Rexford; Second Lieutenant and Acting Adjutant; Wm. M. Kinder; Quartermaster, Norman Murray; Surgeon, Wm. P. Buel; Assistant Surgeon, Homer G. Newton; Chaplain, Joseph D. Lane.
Captains—Wm. E. Van Wyck, Company G; Albert Stearns, Company C; J. P. Raymond, Company F; Wm. B. Hunt, Company H; Fred Van Tine, Company I; Thomas Tileston, Company K.
First Lieutenants.—Eugene H. Fales, Company C; John C. Coates, Company H; George E. Abbott, Company K; George E. Pinckney, Company D; James O. Conner, Company I; Robert W. Reid, Company A.
|Jean Williams||RE: Waidelich|
We have to remember, so many came to America from all aver the world, I try to make it as complete as possible for our foreign visitors can understand as much as possible to locate lost ancestors and kin.
But you're right, many don't give credit, just take it as their own....so to say....even resent it sometimes. But, if they at least post the info, that's OK too....whatagoinado!!
|Jean Williams||Waidelich etc.|
Thank you for the credits Bonnie.
|Brutus Best||Matthew VanVleck|
Mathew Van Vleck Find A Grave Memorial# 32398933 thank you for the profile. I have found his brother Abraham Kip Van Vleck married to Bartholomew family of New York (my link)Find A Grave Memorial# 157572932 Looking for the kids.
Happy hunting, have a nice day.
|Sharon Stubbs||Juno Edgar Lawe|
Hello, could you tell me are you related to Juno? Eliz C Worden would me my 2 great aunt.
|RedRose12||RE: Donald G. Barker|
No problem. Thank you for the correction. Now I see that Marilynn Johnson did have a page for him. Can they be merged? Yours is more complete.
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