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I am honored to maintain memorials for all Brothers buried in the Soldiers' Home burial Lot at Mount Moriah Cemetery (Yeadon, Pa.) to embrace "the Warrior Ethos of honoring the sacrifice of those fellow Soldiers who died in service to our Nation."
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|Rick||Philadelphia police officers|
Where did you get all your information for the memorials for the Philly police officers? I have information on several Philly officers who I made memorials for and looking for photos of them. I am in the process of getting a lot of the officers honored in Washington DC.
Added by Rick on Jun 15, 2017 1:44 PM
|Michael Higgins||Hugh A Doherty 69th Pa. Inf|
Information on this soldier as promised.Many thanks and best wishes.Michael www.69thPa.co.uk
Hugh A Dougherty enlisted July 1, 1861 into Company A 71st Pa. and served three years rising to Corporal. At the end of his term he reenlisted (Feb 25, 1864) and was transferred to the 69th Pa. (Co E) rising to Sergeant
He was wounded November 22, 1864 in the Petersburg trenches and hospitalized (with a right shoulder wound) until the end of the war only being released finally in May 13 1865. He returned home and died April 17, 1866 (causes unknown, perhaps wound effects) - death papers show lung ailment. He was buried in the Mt Moriah Cemetery Philadelphia.
GRAVESTONE LOCATION Mount Moriah cemetery Philadelphia
Section 133 Lot 111 Row 2 Grave 9 (second row)
I added a couple dates and facts for you to review. I also added Richards memorial page . He was the younger son of George and Elanor and is buried in the same lot. An older son George, Jr. is also deceased but I'm not certain where he is buried.
I have not been to the grave site in many years and did not realize that there were names missing. I am unable to travel much so if you live near there perhaps you could check cemetery records re. George Jr.
Thank you for helping to remember those who have gone before us.
Bill Weber Find A Grave # 49188126
|Bette Sohm||Jethro Johnson|
I am the pastor of the New Paltz United Methodist Church, which was one of the stations on the Flanders circuit when Rev. Johnson was serving.
We have just spent 2016 celebrating 230 years of Methodism in New Paltz. I am putting together a booklet of memorials of the men and women that have served here.
As you saw, the Conference minutes just tell us about his service from 1788-1794. I would like permission to create a fuller memorial to him, using your information.
This booklet would be in our church, offered to any congregants or friends who would like a copy, (I do not expect many people will request it) and a copy would go to the C. Wesley Christman Archives of the New York Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. http://www.nyac.com/archives
I would also send a copy to the Methodist Library at Drew University, which houses the records for the worldwide church. http://gcah.org/#
I hope you will give permission, so that Rev. Johnson may be remembered with those who also served.
Bette Johnson Sohm,
Pastor, New Paltz UMC
|Lar||RE: Tacy Hacock|
The memorial was transferred. I'm not related to any in this family, I walked this cemetery and used the WPA records to gather information. If you'd like any other transfers, please let me know.
Added by Lar on Feb 16, 2017 11:29 AM
|Lar||RE: Tacy Hacock|
Hi! Just a quick follow up: do I owe you any updates? I don't see any listed, but wanted to check. Have a good day.
Added by Lar on Feb 15, 2017 7:57 AM
I acknowledge your photo request for Peter.
Added by IMAGINE on Feb 11, 2017 8:18 AM
|Ellen Donnelly||Ellen Scott|
Hello I would like to contact you on the subject of Ellen Scott. if you could please e-mail me it would be greatly appreciated.
|Robert Wiggins||RE: Michael Treon Bio|
Any idea where to find another copy?
|Robert Wiggins||Michael Treon Bio|
Thank you for all your work on the Treon family. I was reviewing the memorial of Dr. Michael Trion, 30151271, and noticed you included a reference to a book "Dr. Michael Trion Sr. Family History" by Merritt W. Wolfe. Do you own a copy of this book? Did you find it in a library? Was it self published by Wolfe? I have been trying to locate a copy with no luck. I found an entry on Amazon, but the book is not available. I don't see any history either confirming when it was last available.
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