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Schoharie Bucket

 SCHOHARIE COUNTY, NEW YORK, USA

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 Contact: Peter Lindemann at lindeman@midtel.net

www.schohariebucket.com 

 

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Index to Glimpses of Cobleskill

 

Baker, Albert               11

Cohn, M                      10-11  

Courter, Charles           9

Cross, Lemuel              12

Dean, Clem                  13

Ferguson, Tommy         14-15

Fox, Luther T.              12

Harder, Minard            9, 10

Holmes, Charles           11

Krum, Hobart               16-18

Lamont, Watson           11

Lamont, William C.       4-8, 11, 15

Mayham, Steve            16-18

Pindar, John                 11, 12

Ramsey, Joseph H.       9

Shafer, Charles H.        9

Smith, Augustus C.       12-13

Smith, Henry                11

Sternberg, Marcus        2, 12-13

Van Schaick, John        10, 11, 12, 20-21

White, Mero L.            19-20

Young, William H.        11

 

                                   

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Cemeteries:

 

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Civil War:

Tables

o        Civil War Veterans Of/Buried In Schoharie County

o        134th Volunteer Infantry New York

News Articles

Reports

o        Adjutant General’s Reports

o        Pensioner’s List of 1883, Schoharie County

o        Returns for Schoharie County    (?)

o        Town Registers    (?)

 

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Civil War News Articles

·         ”Schoharie Barracks Burned,” Albany Evening Journal, 22 Sep 1862   

·         4th Regt NY, Co. B (1862)

1.    part 1

2.    part 2

·         “March to Fairfax,” Evening Star & Times, 10 Oct 1862

·         134th in Washington, Bloomville Mirror, 14 Oct 1862

·         Changes, Promotions 134th 7 Apr 1863 (from Karen Cuccinello)

·         Gettysburg Casualty List 134th, Evening Star and Times (Schenectady), 22 July 1863 (from K. Cuccinello)

1.    part 1

2.    part 2

·         Casualty List 134th, 13 July 1864 (from Karen Cuccinello)

·         Quota of 14th District, Albany Evening Journal, 28 Jan 1865

·         Post Snyder elects officers, Albany Evening Journal, 18 Dec 1877

·         Reunion 134th, Albany Evening Journal, 28 Sep 1886 (from Karen Cuccinello)

·         Reunion 134th, Albany Evening Journal,  6 Oct 1906

·         CW Nurse Dies Mgt Ouderkirk Hoffmire, 1911 or 12 (from Karen Cuccinello)

·         “Civil War Veterans Hold Big Reunion,” Utica Morning Telegram, 24 Sep 1920

 

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In the News:

·        “Our last Civil War vet” by Peter Lindemann (Times Journal, 31 May 2006)

o       Article

o       Photo

 

·        “Busy Day: Actor to Portray Lincoln and Atticus Finch” (Daily Gazette, 14 Apr 2011)

 

·        Gloversville Memorial Day Parade 30 May 2011

o       Parade

o       Service

 

·        “Remembrance, Relaxation Mark Holiday” (Daily Gazette, 31 May 2011)

 

 

·        Guilderland Show Announcement (Altamont Enterprise, 13 Oct 2011)

 

·        “Booming Commemoration” (Leader-Herald, 16 Oct 2011)

 

 

 

 

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Kappa Alpha Literary Society:

·        W. Herrick Brown, C.G. ’03, The Songs of K.A. (Executive Council of the Kappa Alpha Society, 1933) {pages 7-8 missing}

o       cover – p. 14

o       pp 15 -31

o       pp 32 - end

 

 

 

 

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Lincoln, Abraham:

  • Welcome President Lincoln

 

 

 

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Obituaries:

 

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Poetry:

 

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Revolutionary War:

 

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Softball (from the collection of Jack Ghezzi):

  • Photos (Photos by Jan Hunziker)

 

 

 

 

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Tanner, James:

 

 

 

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Where’s Pete?:

 


April 15-17, 2011:      “To Kill a Mockingbird”

 

 

April 16, 2011:           “Welcome President Lincoln”

            10:00 AM               featuring “Uncle Billy’s Balladeers”

 

Schenectady County Historical Society

Mabee Farm Historic Site
1080 Main Street (Route 5S)
Rotterdam Junction, NY       

 

 

April 18, 2011:           “Welcome President Lincoln”

            7:00 PM                 featuring “Uncle Billy’s Balladeers”

 

Duanesburg Historical Society

Bishop Scully Hall
1735 Alexander Road
Delanson, NY 12053

               

 

April 20, 2011:           “Masonry Unveiled”

            7:30 PM        

Cobleskill Historical Society

                                        Zion Lutheran Church

615 Main St., Cobleskill, NY

 

 

May 13, 2011:           “Welcome President Lincoln”

             7:00 PM                featuring “Uncle Billy’s Balladeers”

 

Allied Orders of the Grand Army of the Republic

                                        Best Western Airport Inn

200 Wolf Rd., Albany, NY

 

 

May 21, 2011:           SAR Headstone Dedication for George Warner (Cameron Nichols Eagle Project)

 

 

Warner Cemetery

Warnerville, NY

 

Speech by Chapter President Peter Lindemann

 

 

May 30, 2011:           Memorial Day Parade

 

                                Gloversville, NY

 

 

 

May 30, 2011:           Decoration Day and Civil War Monument Dedication

 

                                Old Stone Fort

Schoharie, NY

 

Speech by “Abraham Lincoln”

 

Poster

 

July 31, 2011:            Unveiling of Lt. Barclay Civil War Exhibit:

2-4 PM                      President Lincoln and General Pickett Visit     

                                Saddlemire Homestead

                                2190 Berne-Altamont Road (Route 156)

Knox, NY

 

 

 

Saturday

October 15, 2011:     “Soldiers, Saddles, and Sabers”

                10:00 AM           Johnstown Historical Society

                                        Johnstown Chapter NSDAR

 

                                        Charles E. Jenner Memorial Bandshell

                                        No. Main Street

                                        Johnstown, NY

 

                                (“Booming Commemoration,” Leader-Herald, 16 Oct 2011)

 

 

Thursday

October 20, 2011:     “Welcome President Lincoln”

                7:00 PM             featuring “Uncle Billy’s Balladeers”

 

promo ad

 

photo

 

Guilderland Historical Society,

Guilderland Garden Club, and

Old Hellebergh DAR

 

Helderberg Reformed Church

435 State Route 146

Guilderland Center, NY

 

Photos

 

 

Friday

November 4, 2011:    NYS Military Museum Conference

                7:00 PM            

                                        President Lincoln will make a few remarks after dinner

Century House

997 New Loudon Rd.

Latham, NY

 

 

Saturday

November 5, 2011:    Town of Wright Flood Victims Relief Benefit

             6:00 PM               

 

Gallupville House

Corner of Rte 443 and Factory St.

Gallupville, NY

 

 

Tuesday

November 8, 2011 (Election Day)

     1:00 PM

“Welcome President Lincoln featuring “Uncle Billy’s Balladeers”

 

Altamont Senior Citizens

St. Lucy’s Parish Center

122 Grand Street

Altamont, NY

 

 

Thursday

November 10, 2011:  “Welcome Corporal Tanner”

             7:00 PM                featuring “Uncle Billy’s Balladeers”

 

 

Worcester Historical Society,

Wieting Opera House

168 Main Street

Worcester, NY

 

Promo ad

 

 

Wednesday

November 16, 2011:  “Civil War Veterans of Cobleskill”

        7:30 PM

Written by Peter Lindemann

Presented by Chris Baron

 

Cobleskill Historical Society,

Lutheran Church

615 Main Street

Cobleskill, NY

 

 

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

November 18-20, 2011:     “Paint Your Wagon”

       

Golding Middle School Auditorium

Cobleskill, NY

 

Salem Trumbull

 

 

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

January 6, 7, 8, 2012

February 3, 4, 5, 2012:      “Twelve Angry Men”

       

Golding Middle School Auditorium

Cobleskill, NY

 

 

 

Saturday

March 3, 2012                 President Lincoln

 

“Duanesburg Days”

Duanesburg High School

 

 

 

Saturday

March 10, 2012

4:00 PM                              “Civil War Concert Circuit for Schoharie Valley Flood Victims”

 

Bethlehem Community Church

201 Elm Avenue

Delmar, NY 12054

 

 

Saturday

April 7, 2012

11:00 AM- 12 Noon     “Civil War Soldiers of Summit

Summit, NY

Contact: Karen Cuccinello

 

 

 

Saturday

April 28, 2012

11:00 AM

2:30 PM               “Welcome President Lincoln featuring “Uncle Billy’s Balladeers”

 

Maple Festival

Cobleskill Fairgrounds

Agricultural Building

 

 

Saturday

May 12, 2012:           “The Last Meeting”

            7:30 PM        

Featuring Pres. Lincoln, Gen. and Mrs. Grant, Thurlow Weed and Ward Lamon

 

Olive Branch Masonic Lodge

                                        118 Morgan Street

Ilion, NY

 

 

 

Tuesday

May 15, 2012:           “Masonry Unveiled”

            7:30 PM        

Esperance Historical Society

                                        Methodist Education Building

175 Main St., Esperance, NY

 

 

Saturday

May 19, 2012

4:00 PM                        Delanson Memorial Day Parade

Contact: Barbara Watt

 

 

Saturday

May 26, 2012

12:00 Noon                   Greene Co. Event

                                      Pratt House

Prattsville, NY

Contact: John Quinn

 

 

Monday

May 28, 2012

                                      Memorial Day Ceremony

Pres. Lincoln, MC

Cobleskill Park

 

 

 

Wednesday

May 30, 2012

5:00-8:00 PM               Decoration Day

Old Stone Fort

Schoharie, NY

 

Saturday

April 28, 2012

11:00 AM

2:30 PM               “Welcome President Lincoln featuring “Uncle Billy’s Balladeers”

 

Maple Festival

Cobleskill Fairgrounds

Agricultural Building

 

 

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Veterans Buried in Schoharie County Cemeteries

 

This is a 14-page typewritten section of a book entitled Schoharie County Cemeteries found in the Community Library, Cobleskill, NY

 

Cover

 

Township of Carlisle

Carlisle Cemetery (p.1)

Dristle-Young Cemetery

Fichter Cemetery

Churchyard-Little York

 

Township of Cobleskill

            Casper Cemetery (p.2)

            Cobleskill Rural Cemetery

            Cobleskill Rural Cemetery (cont’d) (p.3)

            Cobleskill Rural Cemetery (cont’d) (p. 4)

            Gale-Myers Cemetery

            Lawyersville Cemetery

            Prospect Cemetery, Bramanville (p.5)

 

Township of Esperance

            The Esperance Cemetery (p. 6)

            The Esperance Cemetery (cont’d) (p. 7)

            The Esperance Cemetery (cont’d)

            Sloansville Valley Cemetery  

Sloansville Valley Cemetery (cont’d) (p. 8)

 

Township of Jefferson

            Jefferson Cemetery (new) (p. 9)

            Jefferson Cemetery (new) (cont’d)

            Jefferson Cemetery (old)

           

Township of Richmondville

            Richmondville Village Cemetery (new) (p. 10)

            Warnerville Cemetery

           

Township of Schoharie

            Central Bridge Cemetery, known as Rich Cemetery (p. 11)

           

Township of Seward

            Hynds Family Plot

            Janesville Cemetery (p. 12)

            Marcley Family Plot

 

Township of Sharon

            Leesville Cemetery

 

            Leesville Cemetery (cont’d) (p. 13)

            Peoples Cemetery

            Slate Hill Cemetery

 

Township of Summit

            Summit Cemetery (new) (p. 14)

           

 

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 CENSUSES

 

1865 Schoharie County

           

  • Blenheim:

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pp 9-16

pp 17-24

pp 25-32

pp 33-41

 

  • Cobleskill

pp 1-8

pp 9-16

pp 17-24

pp 25-32

pp 33-40

pp 41-48

pp 49-56

pp 57-64

pp 65-72

pp 73-78

 

  • Fulton:

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pp 9-16

pp 17-24

pp 25-32

pp 33-40

pp 41-48

pp 49-56

pp 57-64

pp 65-72

pp 73-80

 

  • Richmondville:

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pp 9-16

pp 17-24

pp 25-32

pp 33-40

pp 41-48

pp 49-56

pp 57-66

pp 67-74

 

 

  • Summit:

pp 1-8

pp 9-16

pp 17-24

pp 25-32

pp 33-40

pp 41-48

pp 49-58

 

 

 

 

 

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Adjutant General’s Reports

       

91st NY Infantry

 

 

134th NY Infantry

 

 

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Returns for Schoharie County 

 

In Service

pp 1-4

pp 5-8

pp 9-12

pp 13-16

pp 17-20

pp 21-24

pp 25-28

 

 

Formerly in Service

pp 1-4

pp 5-8

pp 9-13

 

Deceased

pp 1-4

pp 5-8

pp 9-11

 

 

 

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 Newspapers

 

COBLESKILL INDEX

1892:

·        7 Jan·        14 Jan·        21 Jan·        28 Jan·        4 Feb·        11 Feb·        18 Feb·        25 Feb·        3 Mar·        10 Mar·        17 Mar·        24 Mar

·        31 Mar·        7 Apr·        14 Apr·        21 Apr·        28 Apr·        5 May - MISSING·        12 May·        19 May·        26 May·        2 Jun·        9 Jun

·        16 Jun·        23 Jun·        30 Jun·        7 Jul·        14 Jul·        21 Jul·        28 Jul·        4 Aug·        11 Aug·        18 Aug·        25 Aug·        1 Sep

·        8 Sep - MISSING·        15 Sep·        22 Sep·        29 Sep·        6 Oct·        13 Oct·        20 Oct·        27 Oct·        3 Nov·        10 Nov·        17 Nov

·        1 Dec·        8 Dec·        15 Dec·        22 Dec·        29 Dec

1897:

·        17 Jun

1926:

·        1 Jul·        8 Jul·        15 Jul·        22 Jul·        29 Jul·        5 Aug

1946:

·        12 Sep·        19 Sep

 

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NEW YORK HERALD:

             1865:

·      24 April  ·       25 April·       ·       26 April      ·      27 April  ·      

 

 

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NEW YORK TIMES:

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·      27 April 

 

 

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SCHOHARIE REPUBLICAN:

             1928:

·        28 Jun·        5 Jul·        12 Jul·        19 Jul·        26 Jul·        2 Aug·        9 Aug·        16 Aug·        23 Aug·        30 Aug·        6 Sep

·        13 Sep - MISSING·        20 Sep – MISSING·        27 Sep·        4 Oct·        11 Oct·        18 Oct·        25 Oct

 

 

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   TOWN REGISTERS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 In a copse of evergreens just off Spenello Road in Howes Cave stands a forgotten memorial. It honors the sixty-two men and women of Howes Cave who served, including four who died, in World War II.

 

Unless you knew the memorial was there, or happened to walk by, you probably would not notice it. It stands silently as a fitting remembrance of our modest neighbors who sacrificed so much, and -- unless you knew they were there -- may have gone unnoticed.

 

 

 

 

 

IN HONOR OF THOSE OF

HOWES CAVE WHO SERVED

 1941   WORLD WAR   1945

 

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Walter Freed       

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Earl Johnson       

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Louis Spenello    

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Richard Webb Jr. 

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Calvin Barkman

Newton Barner

Louis Benson

Warren Boggs

Arthur Boreali

Julius Boreali

Patsy Boreali

Leon Bortell

Robert Bortell

Lynn Brady

Arthur Collins

Garrison Curtis

Arthur Emery

Elwood Freed

Leroy Freed

Alfred Guernsey

Charles Guernsey

Douglas Guernsey

Stuart Guernsey

Raymond Hogaboone

Roger Holloway

Jack James

Jonas Kilmer

Philip Kniskern

Maynard Lendrum

Robert Livingston

Robert Long

John Long, Jr.

Charles Maxwell

 

 

Velmore Maxwell

Edward Miller

James Millspaugh

Frederick Pickett

Roger Potter

Clara Provost

John Reed

Charles Richards

Harold Rickard

Allen Sagendorf

Victor Sagendorf

James Scott

Frank Scrom

Robert Shutt

Origen Sisson

Leroy Spaulding

Nellie Spenello

Ralph Spenello

Marvin Thompson

Stanley Tilison

Laura Turturo

NicholaTurturo

Pelton VanNatten

Clarence Warner Jr.

Maynard Warner

Stanley Warner

Gordon Watt

Schuyler Westervelt

John Whittaker

 

 

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