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car repairman for rr
here is death cert info
Walton D. Brubaker - Deceased
December _, 1947 Jackson 41591
|Tom Denardo||grenville dodge 1831-16|
rr executive civil war man
Walnut Hill Cemetery
Find A Grave Memorial# 12605
|Tom Denardo||james fisk..NOT FINK|
|Tom Denardo||james fink 1835-72|
1864 Fisk became a stockbroker in New York City, and was employed by Daniel Drew as a buyer. He aided Drew in the Erie War against Cornelius Vanderbilt for control of the Erie Railroad. This resulted in Fisk and Jay Gould becoming members of the Erie directorate, and subsequently,
a well-planned raid netted Fisk and Gould control of the railroad.
Prospect Hill Cemetery
Windham CountyVermont, USA
Find A Grave Memorial# 343
|Diana||Oma Richard Cox|
Worked at the MoPac shops for 42 years
Added by Diana on Feb 23, 2017 9:39 AM
|Diana||Forest Frank Hatton|
Worked for both MoPac and MKT. Was also Mayor and a Judge. Obit on his page.
Added by Diana on Feb 22, 2017 2:17 PM
I did a photo request for your memorial for William Arendt and I got this response:
"The general problem they reported is:
Cemetery office has no record of this person"
Find A Grave Memorial# 63515196
I wondered what your source is for his burial. Perhaps it is an unmarked grave?
Added by GM on Feb 21, 2017 3:48 PM
|Diana||George F Cooley|
Mike, I am wondering if you can help me with this one? This man, according to his stone died April 16, 1889. Crown Hill records state he was interred April 18, 1889. I was sent a possible obit for him, but the date is a little early. Not sure what to think? Do you have any way to check this out?
Article appears in the Abilene Daily Reflector, Abilene, Kansas, Friday, 5 April 1889 reads...
THE FATAL FROG
Sedalia,Missouri, April 5 - George Cooley, foreman of a switchman's crew on the Missouri,Kansas & Texas, was fun over and fatally injured yesterday morning. he was walking backwards signaling an engineer and his foot caught in a frog.
Added by Diana on Feb 20, 2017 5:39 AM
|Tom Denardo||Thomas seavey 1904-91|
50 years with the RR
Floral hills raytown mo
|mike settlemyer||kc southren|
any info on john fagan id like to have
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