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1 "During the American Civil War, Folly Island, SC served as a major staging area for troops of the Union Army that were attacking Confederate forces in the Charleston region." (Wikipedia) KENT, Jerome L. (I1318)
 
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3 aka "Penny" CLARK, Lucretia (I2043)
 
4 Also found as "Dr. Howard Dwinelle" in records. DWINELLE, Dr. James Howard (I1105)
 
5 Also found as Aurelia Fellers in census records. FELLOWS, Aurelia (I2140)
 
6 Also found as Avery Fellers in census. FELLOWS, Avery H. (I2135)
 
7 Also found as Hiram Fellers in census records & referenced in the burial record of his daughter, Olive in Hillsdale Cemetery. FELLOWS, Hiram (I2138)
 
8 Also found as Marsha Fellows in some records. OUTT, Marcia E. (I2142)
 
9 Also found as:
- "Perous Fellows" (His father, Daniel's Last Will & Testament & his obituary in the Tully Times)
- "Perons Fellows" in the NYS Death Index. 
FELLOWS, Pierce (I1460)
 
10 Also Known As Berwyn Cemetery. COOK, Wesley Romanta (I1387)
 
11 Also seen as Lucy Steadman. STEDMAN, Lucy (I1461)
 
12 Also, known as John G. Fellows. FELLERS, John G. (I2148)
 
13 Alternate Birth Place: Syracuse, Onondaga, NY, USA FISHER, Carl Edward (I1154)
 
14 Baptized in the Trinity Lutheran Church, Chicago, IL. BERG, Arthur Herbert Sr. (I2213)
 
15 Birmingham, AL Online Obituary Index

Name: Smith, Mrs. Julia Rachel
Newspaper: Birmingham News
Date: Jun 3, 1969
Edition: Metro Section: Page: 31

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CUMMINGS, Julia Rachel (I2088)
 
16 Borough of Manhattan. GIEBELHAUS, John Henry (I1211)
 
17 Buried at: Section 2R, Site 4160 KAYLOR, Thomas (I1529)
 
18 Buried at: Section 2R, Site 4160 FENLON, Mary Armella (I1528)
 
19 Buried with full military honors. BALDWIN, Dr. John H. (I2157)
 
20 Cause of death reported as "Typhoid Fever" according to his obituary. STOPPARD, Samuel Willis (I2039)
 
21 Cause of death said to be pneumonia (as per obituary). WILLIS, Lewis (I2030)
 
22 Cause of Death: Chronic Myocarditis according to his death certificate. COLE, Horace E. (I2109)
 
23 Cause of death: Chronic Nephritis according to death certificate. COLE, Henry Earle (I2110)
 
24 Cause of Death: Pneumonia (according to his obituary). DWINELLE, Dr. William H. (I1108)
 
25 Christened at the Congregational Church, Otisco, NY. DANIELS, Prof. Anson Jabez (I2120)
 
26 Died as the result of injuries incurred in an automobile accident in Bainbridge on Jan. 25th. ZOPFI, Florence M. (I1836)
 
27 Died at Base Hospital 34 of wounds received in action on June 20, 1918. BAKER, Clayton H. (I1030)
 
28 Died at Syracuse General Hospital of pneumonia resulting from injuries suffered when she fell on a pitchfork. PILCHER, May (I284)
 
29 Died at the Soldier's Home in Bath. MUNSON, Dr. Willis Webster (I261)
 
30 Died at Walter Reed Hospital. SHEEHAN, Mary E (I2196)
 
31 Died from Acute Cardiac Dilitation[sp] according to death certificate. CLARK, Ralph Anson (I2053)
 
32 Died from typhoid fever according to his obituary. LAKE, Lewis Edward (I2094)
 
33 Died of a skull fracture. HALLINAN, 2nd Lieut. Agnes RN (I381)
 
34 Died of wounds received at the Battle of Chancellorsville, VA. DAVIS, Capt. Henry H. (I1095)
 
35 Died on his farm in Cowles Settlement (Town of Fabius). PEEK, Willis (I341)
 
36 Enlisted Dec 9, 1942 in Co. F, 2nd BN, 4th Marine Corps Div.
-- Trained at Parris Island, S.C., New River, N.C., & Camp Pendleton, C.A. before shipping overseas in Jan 1944.
-- Promoted to Corporal.
-- Served in the invasion of the Marshall Islands. He was wounded on Saipan Island & received the Purple Heart. Died on Mar 6, 1945 of wounds received in action on Iwo Jima. 
BROWN, Howard L. (I1049)
 
37 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.
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Living (I751)
 
38 Have also found his last name spelled as: "Clarke". CLARK, George O. (I2041)
 
39 He died after being struck by an airplane propeller. SCHAD, Stanley Francis (I1806)
 
40 He was killed in action in a mortar attack on Hill 881 in Quang Tri Province on Jun 7, 1967. VANDEUSEN, Phillip Andren (I1791)
 
41 Her name on the Clark headstone is "Anahliza E. Clark". WILLIS, Ann Eliza (I2015)
 
42 Interment was private. GIEBELHAUS, Lillian (I1206)
 
43 Irving Berlin wrote the musical revue Yip Yip Yaphank, including the song Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning while assigned to a unit of the 152nd Depot Brigade at Camp Upton in 1918. (Source: Laurence Bergreen, As Thousands Cheer: The Life of Irving Berlin, 1996, page 150) BARKER, Stephen John (I1033)
 
44 Last name also found in records as "Moon". MOONE, Harriet (I2052)
 
45 Name: Ernest Garfield Smith
Birth Date: abt 1879
Death Date: 29 Mar 1970
Death Place: Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama
Death Age: 91
Gender: Male
Father Name: Fred Smith
Mother Name: Adetia Underwood
FHL Film Number: 2033356

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SMITH, Ernest Garfield (I2089)
 
46 No burial. He donated his body to the Anatomical Gift Program of Upstate Medical University. LEHR, Robert (I573)
 
47 Plot C Row 7 Grave 44 EVANS, Edward C. (I1498)
 
48 Possible cause of death is pneumonia as per his obituary. HART, Charles (I2066)
 
49 Possible cause of death was pneumonia as per obituary. CLARK, Anna M. (I2065)
 
50 Primary cause of death was pneumonia (duration 10 days).
Secondary cause of death was severe cerebral arteriosclerosis with disability (duration 10yrs) 
TRACY, Anna M. (I2090)
 

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