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David Ludwig
Wife of Job Cassel
In 2013 you posted a memorial on Find A Grave for Nancy West Cassel, memorial #118941577.  You linked Nancy to her husband Job and her son Job X.

There is already a memorial for Nancy on Find a Grave, where she is listed as Nancy Smith, buried in the Bronson Cemetery, Bronson, Kansas.  After Job Cassel's death, Nancy married George Smith and they moved to Kansas, where Nancy died.  The memorial is #63728103.

Since we know the cemetery where Nancy is buried, I wanted to ask if you would remove the memorial that has Nancy listed as a "non-cemetery burial."

Here is her obituary, which was posted on Ancestry.com:

OBITUARY
Mrs. Nancy Smith died at her residence in Bronson, of abscess of the lungs, on Feb. 26, '85.  Nancy West was born in Virginia Jan. 8, 1827, and removed with her parents to Ohio when about twelve years old, and four years after removed to Madison Co., Indiana.  A few years later, becoming separated from her family, she removed to the western part of Indiana, where she became acquainted with, and married, Job Cassell of Warren Co., Indiana, on April 2, 1850, with whom she lived until his death, which occurred Jan. 13, 1853, leaving one son. 
In September 1855, she moved to Ill., where she met and married George H. Smith, December 6, 1855.  To them were born a son and two daughters.  They come to Kansas in the spring of 1879, and settled in the southwest part of Allen County, and from there to Bronson in 1883.  In her death the husband has lost a loving wife and the children a kind and careful mother.  The remains were interred in the Bronson cemetery on Friday, Feb. 24 1885. 

Thank you!
Added by David Ludwig on Aug 13, 2017 6:32 AM
David Ludwig
Wife of Job Cassel
In 2013 you posted a memorial on Find A Grave for Nancy West Cassel, memorial #118941577.  You linked Nancy to her husband Job and her son Job X.

There is already a memorial for Nancy on Find a Grave, where she is listed as Nancy Smith, buried in the Bronson Cemetery, Bronson, Kansas.  After Job Cassel's death, Nancy married George Smith and they moved to Kansas, where Nancy died.  The memorial is #63728103.

Since we know the cemetery where Nancy is buried, I wanted to ask if you would remove the memorial that has Nancy listed as a "non-cemetery burial."

Here is her obituary, which was posted on Ancestry.com:

OBITUARY
Mrs. Nancy Smith died at her residence in Bronson, of abscess of the lungs, on Feb. 26, '85.  Nancy West was born in Virginia Jan. 8, 1827, and removed with her parents to Ohio when about twelve years old, and four years after removed to Madison Co., Indiana.  A few years later, becoming separated from her family, she removed to the western part of Indiana, where she became acquainted with, and married, Job Cassell of Warren Co., Indiana, on April 2, 1850, with whom she lived until his death, which occurred Jan. 13, 1853, leaving one son. 
In September 1855, she moved to Ill., where she met and married George H. Smith, December 6, 1855.  To them were born a son and two daughters.  They come to Kansas in the spring of 1879, and settled in the southwest part of Allen County, and from there to Bronson in 1883.  In her death the husband has lost a loving wife and the children a kind and careful mother.  The remains were interred in the Bronson cemetery on Friday, Feb. 24 1885. 

Thank you!
Added by David Ludwig on Aug 13, 2017 6:32 AM
Weez
RE: Tena Phillips
You're welcome
Added by Weez on May 28, 2017 11:34 AM
Neil D Scheidt
Conrad Hertz
Conrad Hertz
Birth: 1757
Death: 1846
Berks County
Pennsylvania, USA [Edit Dates]

CONRAD HERTZ - S. 22293

Declaration In order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress of the 7th. of June 1832. Penna, County of Berks, on the 8th. day of August A.D. 1832 personally appeared before the Honorable Garrick Kallery of the Borough of Reading, Oonrad Hertz, a resident of Brecknock Township in the County of Berks and State of Pennsylvania aged 76 years, made the following declaration, that he enlisted in the army of the United States, in the
corps (coinmonly called the "flying camp") in the year 1776 with Captain John Ludwig under the following officers. The commanding officer was Col. Hand or General Hand; the officer of the Camp was Col, Haller, the Capt. was Joh Ludwig, the drummer Michael Hiarrold, Pfeiffer Ludwig Armengast , he lived in this county when entered the service and was present at the battle of Long Island and marched through the state of Jersey, tarried awhile at Amboy, staid some time in or near New York and then passed over upon Long Island. He served only from harvest time until the latter end of December and had enlisted for the term of six months.
Relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension except the present.

Conrad (x) Hertz

Another paper states enlisted in July 1776 - that an original certificate was issued to him at the War Office of the United States in which certificate he was entitled to receive $20 per annum commencing March 4, 1831 and paybble semi-annually March 4th. and September 4th.
during his natural life. That this certificate was lost and he is desirous of obtaining a new one. He believes that his certificate was recorded in the Pension Office in Book E, Vol, 5, Page 23.

Frederick Heller, Justice
Aug. 9, 1834.

Conrad (x) Hertz

Samuel Levan, Pension agent.

Objections were, that the applicant has not obtained the evidence of a clergyman of the Church etc. this objection has been waived, that no clergyman resides within 10 miles of the applicant's hone, the clergyman of the church where he is a communicant has lately taken charge, can say but little of him etc. he is old, feeble, and poor.

Hen A. Muhlenberg, M.C,
Mar. Se, 1833.
Pension $20 per annum, commencing March 4, 1831, Certificate of pension issued July 1, 1833. Arrears to March 4, 1833 #40. Semi annual allowance ending Sept. 4, 1833, $10.
Recorded by D. Brown, Clerk Duplicate certificate issued

Rev. Claim, June 7, 1832, August 14, 1834.



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Added by Neil D Scheidt on Feb 04, 2017 10:17 AM
Eva Hughes
RE: Victoria Ohio Gillette
I realized after I responded that the message I had gotten with your inquiry was from quite some time ago, and that after I answered then and told you they were from Lawrence Co. OH, you had found and posted their burial information. Don't know how that happened, but in future, I will check before answering.
Eva Hughes
Added by Eva Hughes on Feb 02, 2017 8:41 AM
Mary D
RE: Walter Cassel Mem # 115781957
You are very welcome. Glad that we found his correct cemetery. Have a good evening.
Added by Mary D on Feb 01, 2017 9:01 PM
Eva Hughes
RE: Victoria Ohio Gillette
Yes, Eric. They are buried in Beulah Baptist Cemetery, Lawrence County Ohio, USA
Added by Eva Hughes on Jan 27, 2017 12:47 PM
Mary D
Walter Cassel Mem # 115781957
Hi, I got more information on the probable burial site of Walter Cassel.

Evergreen-Washelli is a collection of cemeteries, including Veteran's Memorial Cemetery. The description includes mention of the two cannons in your photo.

The Veterans Memorial Cemetery was started in 1927, and contains over 5,000 white marble headstones. It also hosts two cannons from the frigate “Constitution” (known as “Old Ironsides”), and a Chimes Tower, which was added in the 1950s. In 1998, the “Doughboy” statue (cast in 1928) was moved from Seattle Center to the Veterans Cemetery, and was re-dedicated there on November 11, 1998. Services have been held in the cemetery every Memorial Day since 1927.

Here's a link to more info about Evergreen-Washelli and Veteran's Memorial.

http://www.washelli.com/veterans-memorial-cemetery/

Have a great day and a happy new year.
Added by Mary D on Dec 31, 2016 10:55 AM
Larry Krueger
RE: Muller/Miller
Totally disregard my last message. The town clerk called me and told me what I told you. But then I went down to the office myself and looked at the records and he was looking up Mueller not Muller. However we did look at the records and they're absolutely no Muller in this Cemetery.
Added by Larry Krueger on Apr 19, 2016 11:04 AM
Larry Krueger
RE: Muller/Miller
Cemetery records show there is ONE Muller buried there. A young man named Nicholas J. Muller who died in 2002. He was handled by a funeral service in Milwaukee. His parents are Steven and Erica Muller and are still alive and have empty lots next to him.
There is no John Muller buried there according to the Pine Hill Cemetery records.
Added by Larry Krueger on Apr 19, 2016 10:06 AM
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