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Peggy Mortensen (#47762831)
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Cracraft Proud
RE: Errors Carlena Lynn Mortensen #11656369
The additions you requested are difficult. Parents need to be added to the children. Siblings need to be added first to the parents then will automatically be added as siblings. Both have been transferred to you do you can try to fix them.
Added by Cracraft Proud on Nov 10, 2015 10:02 AM
Cracraft Proud
RE: Errors Carlena Lynn Mortensen #11656369
I never intentionally post info that is incorrect. Therefore I post what I see on the stone. Any family links that I don't know personally have come from the 'suggest an edit' button. Names Dates Places Family Bio If you want me to edit that is fine. I think I will keep Walter and Carlena Mortensen for now.
Added by Cracraft Proud on Nov 05, 2015 4:02 PM
RE: Incorrect information
All yours.
Added by Taweret on Jun 30, 2014 5:28 PM
RE: Incorrect information
Fixed! Did you wish his memorial?
Added by Taweret on Jun 26, 2014 5:51 PM
D Knight
Joseph Clark

I was so happy to see this posting about his service, as I am trying to help a lady join the DAR. I am having a hard time finding info that shows he served. Would you have any documentation that you would share?

Joseph Clark was a teamster in the American Revolution. He served under General Stark in the Battle of Bennington, VT. He did not bear arms because he was a Quaker. He Received land in PA for his service. He sold this land to Squire Boone (Daniel's father) which later became the PA coal fields.
Added by D Knight on Feb 21, 2014 3:07 PM

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