|JC Smith (#47195475)|
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On the other side (I create a memorial and add the pictures) is Rex Darling, Anna and Peter Mueller
Added by Phillip on Oct 31, 2015 1:40 AM
|Don Atwell||RE: Mr. Atwell|
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|wvsky||RE: Joseph Wagner|
It appears that the cemetery has no record for Joseph Wagner, at least not on their database. Oddly enough, his brother Xerxes lived to 1995 and his grave is there in Spring Hill also.
Added by wvsky on Sep 28, 2015 9:34 PM
|Kelly Heuser||Joseph Wagner|
I just thought I'd pass along some information regarding Joseph Wagner. On his memorial, you've listed Bertha Burford as his mother. She is actually his step mother. His mother passed away in 1918 when he was very young following the birth of his sister, Anna. His date of birth is also incorrect, he was a twin. He and his brother Emil were born on December 28, 1915. :) I hope this helps you with your research!
|Michael R Miller||RE: Ella Robinson|
You are very welcome, glad I could to it for you!
|Joseph Mann||RE: William Leach|
You're very welcome. I am glad to have been of help.
|allison ||RE: Kelly - Carpenter|
JC, no problem. I had a book, so I knew where this was buried, but at first did not have the book, and could not find the stone. Well, it was just a little sunk in the ground, so buried in about 6 inches of leaves! This cemetery has stones that I have never seen before, and this stone was one of them. You can not tell from the photo, but it actually is a flat stone, but it is about 5 ft long, by about 3 feet wide. Very nice.
Added by allison on Mar 24, 2015 9:04 AM
|Eileen Watson||richard ridgley|
Cousin j c smith, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Familly Researcher||Jarius Lamb|
Regarding the picture of Jarius that i posted on his memorial--that came from a George H. Ward Post 10 Grand Army of the Republic booklet. He was a longtime member of that Civil War veterans group here in Worcester and i believe that he may have even served as a Post Officer.
I will look through some of the booklets that i have already scanned to see if there are any other pictures of him. That may be from a cropped group photo. If i come across other pics i will put them on his page.
Feel free to use the picture! I am a Past Camp Commander of the local Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War that is the Allied Camp of the Ward Post 10 GAR and we tend and flag the graves of all the Civil War veterans here in Worcester.
Any other info i can help you with feel free to contact me.
|Anonymous||RE: Mary Von Rhee - and Gertrude!|
JC there is another name underneath Gertrude but it was not colored in like the others and I cannot make it out (I tried a rubbing as well). It could be Mary though she is buried in the same grave according to the office. The rule for this cemetery (changed a number of years ago) is one stone per grave/plot so there wouldn't be a seperate marker on the same grave.
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