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|Yeschke||RE: wedding ring|
The only information I have is from "Can Do Seabees" by William Bradford Huie -
"Enlisted Men of the Construction Battalions Reported as Casualties or Missing in Action as of March 1. 1944.
p. 223: Cohen, Albert, Msmith2c, Roxbury, Mass."
I have no idea who his parents/wife are. My interest in Albert Cohen was his service with the Seabees, as my dad was a Seabee also in the South Pacific. He was very proud of the Seabees (#89405011)!
I did find a marriage record for Sarah E. Marcus and Albert H. Cohen. The 1920 Census shows a son Albert H. b. 1889/1890.
Sarah E Marcus, "Massachusetts, Marriages, 1841-1915"
Name:Albert H Cohen
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 02 Sep 1913
Event Place: Providence, , Rhode Island
Gender: Male; Age: 24
Birth Date: 1889
Birthplace: Worcester, , Massachusetts
Registration Place: Webster, , Massachusetts
Birth Year (Estimated): 1889
Father's Name: Harris Cohen
Mother's Name: Sarah E Yerovitz
Spouse's Name: Sarah E Marcus
Spouse's Father's Name: Julius Marcus
Spouse's Mother's Name: Anna D Finkel
Certificate Number: 8858
GS Film number: 2409946
Digital Folder Number:4329371
Number of Images:1
"Massachusetts, Marriages, 1841-1915", index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N46K-68Z : accessed 11 Mar 2014), Albert H Cohen and Sarah E Marcus, 1913.
Added by Yeschke on Mar 11, 2014 11:28 AM
|Cody Skoff||RE: Anna Taylor error|
I also informed other Find a Grave member's about my error since they linked Anna's kids to my memorial and gave them a heads up about the mistake I made. I also informed the person of the original memorial of the information from the memorial I made and suggested a linking of their Anna to her parent's memorials.
Thank you for being understanding about an error I made about a duplicate memorial. I guess this one slipped me because I usually check first before making a memorial.
|Cody Skoff||Anna Taylor error|
I didn't realize I made an error of making a duplicate of Anna Taylor's memorial and saw you had uploaded pictures to the memorial I made which is Memorial # 94162179
The one that was made prior to the one I made is memorial # 7255121 if you'd like to transfer pictures from the duplicate I made to the one that was originally created. I just don't want to see your work lost at having pictures uploaded then have them disappear overnight.
|Betty Evans||William Conrad Bickers|
Thank you so much for taking the picture of my ancestor's grave marker.
Thank you so much this is my husbands great uncle and 2nd wife, we didn't know her name. thanks again Donna
|Sharon Negraiff Ellis||Chester Smith|
Hi, messaged grave unmarked. Thought I had removed this request already as someone else had told me it was impossible to find??
|Anonymous||Re: Willard Adkins|
A message was sent to me that his grave site couldn't be found. Thank you so much for trying.
|PPE||Eliza (Lawrence) Griffith|
Thank you, thank you, thank you for the picture of the headstone of my 3rd great-grandmother!!! I can't even tell you how much it means to me.
Added by PPE on May 29, 2012 3:42 PM
|valerie hoeffer||Ralph Maxfield|
Thank you for the pic of Ralph's stone. He was my step great grandfather. His wife Henrietta was first married to my great grandfather Joseph Bene. He died in around 1906 in a an epidemic along with their young daughter Caroline and another young daughter. I have never found Joseph's and the children's grave there and lost the deed when my husband died a few years ago. There are buried in Miami Cemetery also. If you ever run across them my email is email@example.com Henrietta died in February 1969 in Santa Ana, California. Henrietta's legal name was Margarethe Luis Henriette (maiden name Lilie). She was born in Westofalen, Germany and came to the United States when she was 16. The lived on Harrison Pike right about where Kmart was and owned a very large dairy farm. Thank you again!
|Jeff Baumbach||RE: silvers|
ok , thanks for your help.This is my wifes side of the family so I don't have alot of contacts to ask questions.Not 100% sure Cleves and his wife were buried there but he lived in Miami and that is where my wife thought he was buried.My wifes grandma Jeanette Silvers Flinchpaugh is also buried there but her picture is already posted.
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