|joe bollinger (#47385930)|
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|Lady Nic||RE: Bollinger|
Joe, I'm not related to any of the Bollinger individuals as far as I know. I created the memorials when I transcribed the cemetery records after doing a (then)current reading. I would be happy to transfer the memorials to family members.
Added by Lady Nic on Jan 22, 2014 9:17 AM
I've linked Richard and Adam Bollinger to their father, Joel.
Added by Lady Nic on Jan 20, 2014 9:38 AM
|Sue Lee Johnson||Joel Bollinger|
You're very welcome. I'm glad you were able to find the photo and where he is buried. I wonder why Hannah wasn't buried beside him since they only died 3 year apart. I guess she must have moved to be with her children. I hope you don't mind, but I took the liberty of requesting that Adam and Richard be added to Joel's memorial page. The dates on the gravestone don't match the dates posted on his memorial page. You might want to check which are the correct ones.
|Bill Franklin||Thomas Bollinger Family Photo|
Thanks for adding the family photos to Findagrave. My Grandmother was Laura B Bollinger who was a child of Thomas and Barbary. Based on the birth dates that I have, she seems to be the middle child of the seven in the older family photo. I'm guessing she's in the middle behind her Dad.
This is the first photo I have seen of her. She died when she was 36 so she isn't in the 1916 family photo of my Grandfather and my dad and aunts that I have.
After my Grandmother died, my Dad (George Hiram Franklin) lived with his Aunt Grace. He was six years old. I can remember visiting Aunt Grave in Lebanon and I have a snapshot of Aunt Grace, Aunt Della and I believe, Aunt Mollie. It was taken a our house in Kansas City in the fifties.
Sorry, I didn't mean to ramble so much.
|Sue Lee Johnson||RE: Photo of Joel Bollinger|
Joe, I'm pretty sure it was requested since the memorial page was already in place. If I had just come across it I would have made the page myself, so I'm thinking you must have requested it. I have a special place in my heart for the military gravestones and I photograph them whether they are requested or not. My husband passed away a few months ago. He was a collector or military memorabilia. He loved our country and was very patriotic. I know he military gravestones would be special to him.
It was my pleasure to find and photograph your relative's grave. He must have been special to you since you're named for him.
Sue Lee Johnson