Recent Comments made by djr1285

Comments are a great way to add your own thoughts to things you find on Fold3 or add details that don't seem to fit in the body of a Memorial Page or Spotlight.

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I believe this is actually my ancestor Louis Kreissler.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Union - MO: Page 1 · 4 days ago You

This soldier should be filed under the 139th PA Volunteers. This document shows the correct regiment.

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 3 · 29 Sep 2013 You

There appears to be a William "Rushenberger" on the 139th roster. Possibly related to Dorcas?

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 16 · 29 Sep 2013 You

I think this should be the 2nd regiment, not the 210th per the Adjutant General's Office report.

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 8 · 15 Aug 2013 You

I think this soldier's name is actually spelled "Strawyick" based on his signature on the letter in the file.

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 15 · 06 Aug 2013 You

Now that I look closer, one of the first documents refers to "Sidney:" but most of the others refer to "Henry."

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 15 · 29 Jun 2013 You

This document refers to "Sidney C. Johnson" but many of the others refer to "Henry C. Johnson"

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 3 · 29 Jun 2013 You

This document refers to "Henry C. Johnson" but appears to actually be for "Sidney C. Johnson"

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 15 · 29 Jun 2013 You

I think this record should be moved to Regiment 98, Company D.

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 35 · 17 May 2012 You

I believe this is actually "Conrad" Basil. My GGGrandfather was in Company I and attended Conrad after he was wounded.

Image, found in Civil War Service Index - Union - Pennsylvania: Page 1 · 09 May 2012 You

It looks like this should be under Vermont instead of Indiana.

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 2 · 30 Mar 2012 You

Conrad Smith is my great-great-grandfather. This is exciting to see his name.

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 26 · 17 Mar 2012 You