|Dennis Brandt (#47232334)|
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|An independent Civil War researcher and the author of:|
From Home Guards to Heroes: The 87th Pennsylvania and its Civil War Community
Pathway to Hell: A Tragedy of the American Civil War
Shattering the Truth: The Slandering of Abraham Lincoln
All books available at the York County Historial Trust at 250 E. Market St and online at standard outlets such as Amazon.com.
PLEASE: When contacting me regarding a post, include the Findagrave number of the post to which you are referring. It will speed things up a great deal.
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|Brenda Nicholson Hess||RE: 90885609|
Thank you Dennis.
|Rebecca Herman||George H M Bowers|
Hi - a question - the birth date given in your memorial for my 3rd great-uncle George Henry Marion Bowers of Chambersburg PA is 29 January 1839.
Yet the photographed headstone is inscribed "25 Dec 1838".
Find A Grave Memorial# 147165221
|Terry Cooper||RE: Alexander Grande photo|
You're welcome! You're able to read the stone okay? He was hard to get to.
|Patricia Brittingham Secrest||Alexander Grande Memorial #138380350|
Thank you for the information about
Alexander. I have added it to his memorial as biography and given you credit.
Patricia Brittingham Secrest
|Harry Senft||RE: John Barnes photo|
You're welcome, it is always a pleasure to post pitures for Civil War veterans
|Bekah Mellinger||Frederick Shoff - Canadochly Cemetery|
I would appreciate the transfer to me, of Frederick Shoff. He is a great --- grandfather to my husband. My contributor # is 47779886 Thanks
|Carl Catherman||Benjamin Bachman|
Everything of importance that you suggested I should add to his memorial is already there.
|Brenda Nicholson Hess||90885609|
Hello Dennis, I am trying to learn more info in regards to my thrice great grandfather James A Nicholson. I was wondering where you learned he was the son of William and Catherine Nicholson?
In the History of Big Spring Presbyterian Church, I read of William and Catharine "Nickle" that weds in 1827, the only other "Nickle" mentioned is a John. I also read of Richard and James "Nicholson".
In the History of Franklin County, I find several "Nicholson" members, Scot-Irish Presbyterians. It also mentions that Anna M. Nickles, born in Letterkenny Twp, Was the daughter of William and Catherine (Myers) Nickles who marries Hugh C. Cover. William Nickles came from Germany to this county in 1827.
Appreciate any help. Thank you in advance.
|susrod||RE: Dennis John Crimmins second wife|
Dennis married first Cecelia Smith abt 1862, who died in 1899.
Dennis then married Emma Rebecca Fortenbaugh on Nov 11, 1892.
After Dennis died on Oct 13, 1909, Emma Rebecca Crimmins then married Samuel Clark Crawford on Aug 18, 1914. At the time of their marriage, both Emma and her new husband Samuel Clark Crawford were WIDOWED.
Samuel Clark Crawford had previously been married to Emma Husan, who had died on Aug 8, 1913 (abt. a year before he married Emma Rebecca Fortenbaugh Crimmins.
Thanks so much for your help!
Added by susrod on Apr 27, 2017 1:48 PM
|susrod||Dennis John Crimmins second wife|
Emma Rebecca Fortenbaugh Crawford
Added by susrod on Apr 27, 2017 6:18 AM
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