Pam Kreutzer
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Pam Kreutzer

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Signed 15 Oct 2018 | 46245 contributions | 2908 thank-yous | 3866 connections
Pam Kreutzer
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Profile last modified | Created 15 Oct 2018 | Last significant change: 15 Mar 2023
00:01: Pam Kreutzer edited the Biography for Pam Kreutzer. (Bio improvement. ) [Thank Pam for this]
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Thanks for reminder of F-a-G credit. I hadn't thought of uploading photo of gravestone, but that was about all the info I could come up with for my first two profiles - no family found. Third profile had much more info and sources, including family.

My 2nd Grt-grandpa had two uncles who served in Civil War, one was POW at Belle Island and survived. His sister and son both wrote stories about his war experience. I worked on descendants of my 5th Grt-grandma on Lake side and remember two brothers, John & Thomas Hicks, captured at Chicamauga and died at Andersonville. Should I include their WT profiles in this challenge to avoid dupes?

When I started tree building ten years ago I didn't know of any relatives who served in Civil War. Thankfully I have gained some perspective.

posted by Steve Lake
You can lnclude the Hicks, the only H Surnames claimed right now is those on pg 1 of the H's
posted by Pam Kreutzer
Hi Pam,

Wanted to apologize & say how sorry I am for not being able to participate in Shiloh event. Things didn't work out. I hope to help in the future. Hal

posted by Hal Smith Sr.
Hi Hal, no need to apologize, life is busy. March we're going to be creating profiles for Union POW Soldiers who died in Andersonville Prison, it's amazing to me that 13,000 men died mostly from diseases. Right now we only list 324 profiles, so maybe you'll be able to join us in March.
posted by Pam Kreutzer
Hi Pam

Thank you for joining the Mighty Oaks for the Connect-a-Thon. The 65 members who joined our teams were awesome. Our two teams added 12,905 profiles over the weekend. The Branches Team came second and the Roots Team came forth in the overall scores. Both teams were also in the top ten in the normalised scores. I hope you enjoyed it and will be joining us in April when we do it all over again.

Joan, Maddy, Janet & Fran.