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I agree. Someone asked me to look for records for Stanislaus Kozlowski, and I see no reason for Pulaski's and Kozlowski's records to be with Shadrach Pugh's. Fold3, can you…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 17 · 17 Dec 2012 You

This is a sad certificate--where the officer knows the soldier is ill and needs the hospital, but the doctor refuses to send him. I imagine they were full. So the officer took the…

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 16 · 16 Sep 2011 You

It appears that Catherine had three sons, and this officer was giving her the news that two were prisoners of war and one was dead.

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 7 · 14 Sep 2011 You

I don't understand why the surname is listed as "Caleb" when, in looking through the file, the man's name is obviously "Caleb Angevine" with "Angevine" being the surname. Would…

Image, found in War of 1812 Pension Files: Page 1 · 12 Sep 2011 You

Turner Junction, Illinois, became West Chicago, Illinois, in 1896.

Image, found in Fort Wayne Journal Gazette: Page 7 · 19 Jun 2010 You

Turner Junction, Illinois, became West Chicago, Illinois, in 1896.

Image, found in News - Washington Post (DC): Page 1 · 19 Jun 2010 You

Turner Junction, Illinois, became West Chicago, Illinois, in 1896.

Image, found in Fort Wayne Sentinel: Page 9 · 19 Jun 2010 You

Turner Junction, Illinois, became West Chicago, Illinois, in 1896.

Image, found in News - Washington Post (DC): Page 3 · 19 Jun 2010 You

Turner Junction, Illinois, became West Chicago, Illinois, in 1896.

Image, found in News - Fort Wayne News (IN): Page 3 · 19 Jun 2010 You

Please look at the annotation for Isaac "Bedell". Could it be Isaac Beach instead? I know this is a common name with this area.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 19 · 23 Mar 2010 You

Joseph and Oscar Kent are brothers.

Image, found in City Directories - Brooklyn: Kensall, Richard (p. 537) · 09 Feb 2010 You

Delilah Kent is the widow of Benjamin Beach Kent.

Image, found in City Directories - Brooklyn: Kent, Delina (p. 446) · 09 Feb 2010 You

Netzland, Louis, is Louis Netzband, and the important part of this listing is that it says he "moved to Milwaukee, Wis"! Bingo!

Image, found in City Directories - Minneapolis: Nesmith, Ida (p. 1001) · 16 Jan 2010 You

I believe this to be Benjamin Beach Kent

Image, found in City Directories - New York: Kenney, John (p. 462) · 22 Dec 2009 You

Though Arthur and C. are the Netzbands " listed here, the "C" may be "Oscar." The New York Evening Telegram tells of a robbery attempt in 1896 where Arthur and brother Oscar,…

Image, found in City Directories - New York: Nesmith, H'y E (p. 1064) · 30 Mar 2009 You

Rev. Edward Everett Hale is the clergyman author who wrote the famous story, "Man Without a Country."

Image, found in Passport Applications, 1795-1905: Page 1 · 28 Jan 2009 You

Edward Everett Hale is the author who wrote the famour "Man Without a Country."

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 67 · 28 Jan 2009 You

Turner Junction, Illinois became West Chicago, Illinois in 1896.

Image, found in News - The Chicago Tribune: Page 5 · 28 Jan 2009 You

In other records, this father is listed as Gustav Ohlrich. He's the son of Carl and Johanna (Netzband) Ohlrich.

Image, found in Cuyahoga County Birth Returns (OH): Page 1 · 17 Jan 2009 You

This is my uncle, Frederick Netzband, not Netzbound.

Image, found in City Directories - Chicago: Netter, Sarah (p. 1207) · 14 Jan 2009 You