142. NOTES

  1. Funeral service for Leon "Lee" T. Pamulak, 65,who passed away Friday, June 17, 2011 at home will be held 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, June 21, 2011 at the Indianola Community Church.
    Lee is survived by his wife of 38 years, Martha; sons, Russ & Mike both of West Des Moines, sister Joyce Bruce of La Grange Park, IL. He was preceded in death by his parents Leo & Lottie Pamulak of La Grange Park, IL.
    Lee was born & raised in Chicago, IL. Graduated from Memphis State University and previously resided in West Palm Beach, FL, Naperville, IL and Urbandale, IA with Martha before settling & raising his family in Indianola.
    Lee spent countless hours volunteering as Chairman of Iowa AAU youth wrestling from 1988 to present organizing youth tournaments and championships for both Iowa & National AAU associations. Lee was also actively involved with Indianola Little League, Indianola Mat Tribe, and Indianola Booster Club for many years supporting both youth and high school athletics in Indianola. Lee previously attended Martensdale Community Church with his family. Lee loved spending time with his family, fishing, and volunteering his time and efforts for kids locally and state wide.
    In lieu flowers of the family requests donations be made to Indianola Community Youth Foundation ICYF. www.icyf23.com
    Visitation will be held 4 to 8 p.m. Monday, June 20 at Overton Funeal Home in Indianola where family will greet friends from 5 to 8 p.m. On-line condolences may be made to www.overtonfunerals.com.
    Applies to: Leon T ("Lee") Pamulak.

  2. Irvin Madison Proctor was Missing in Action during WWII. Along with a tombstone in Mount Jackson Cemetery in New Market, Virginia, his name is inscribed on the Tablets of the Missing in the Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial in Neupre, Belgium.
    Applies to: Irvin Madison Proctor.

  3. After a number of bombing missions over German territory, his bomber was attacked by German planes after a raid on the Saar Valley in Germay. Irvin and his crew members were ordered to bail out after the plane was struck by enemy fire. The crew was never rescued and all were declared "Missing in Action" on July 19, 1944. Irvin served with the 391 Sq. DN; 34th Bonb GP; ID#33557718. His rank at the time of his death was S/Sgt. The "Missing in Action" status still remains in effect. His name is on the "Wall of the Missing" at Ardennes American Cemetry at Neupre, Belgium.
    Applies to: Irvin Madison Proctor.

  4. by Quentin Silone Proctor

    Emma Lou was big help in the raising of her younger siblings and helped with the every day affairs at Moonlight Cottage Camp which her parents owned and operated. In 1935 she married Mr. Bowman and lived around Mount Jackson for a few years. Later they moved to Washinfton D.C., where her husband worked with his stepfather in the painting and decorating business. Later on Mr. Bowman worked at both Capital Transit Co. and IBM Corp.

    They lived in Bradberry Heights, Md. while raising their children; later on they moved to Clinton Md; and finally moved to a home near La Plata, Md with plenty of land, lawn and gardens.

    During these years Emma Lou worked for the United Mine Workers Union where she worked in a good office position until she retired.

    Their home in La Plata was called "A Touch of the Valley",(her heart was always in the Shenandoah Valley) where she lived until her death in 1996. Her beloved Eddie passed away in 1975.
    Applies to: Emma Lou Proctor.

  5. by Quentin Silone Proctor

    During his early years, he assisted his parents in the daily operation of Moonlight Cottage Camp, which included a snack bar, restaurant, Gulf gas station and the housekeeping duties pertaining to the upkeep of the cottages.

    Later on, Quentin joined his brother Verlin working in a silk knitting mill in Lebanon, Md.

    Then on Sept.1, 1939, he took a position with people's Drug stores in Washington, D. C. and later on worked with the Capital Transit Co. and Marriot Hot Shoppe. He also spent over one year with the Art Lewis Railroad Carnival passing through cities on the East coast. He was employed as a "talker" on the midway show.

    In 1942, he took a position with the Federal Communications Commission as an assistant messenger, delivering legal documents to other federal agencies throughout Washington, D. C.

    During June 1944, he enlisted in the Merchant Marines, in the Martime Service after being rated 4F many times between 1941 and 1945. After an honorable discharged he resumed his career with the FCC until his retirement in 1976.
    Applies to: Quentin Silone Proctor.

  6. by Quentin Silone Proctor

    John spent his early years helping out with the everyday maintenance of the grounds and up keep of Moonlight Cottage Camp as well as working at the Gulf gas station, the restaurant at the camp. In the late 1930's, John went to Washington D. C. where he later worked at the Government Printing Office.

    John married for the first time in 1942 and in 1943 joined the U. S. Army. After the war, John returned to the U. S. Government and served in the U. S. Department for many years.

    In the meantime, John had divorced his first wife and after many years, married his second wife, Martha Jane Sigler. They had one daughter and one son and lived for many years in Springfield, Virginia.

    John and Jane, both retired from the U.S. Government and retired to their country home in Mount Jackson were they were residing at the time of this original writing in 1999.
    Applies to: John Leon Proctor.

  7. PFC 103rd Infantry, 43rd Infantry Division.
    Applies to: Paul Eugene Hattabaugh.

  8. Name: Kenneth R Cohron
    Inducted From: Virginia
    Rank: Corporal
    Combat Organization: 712th Tank Battalion
    Death Date: Jul 11 1944
    Monument: Normandy, France
    Last Known Status: Missing
    U.S. Awards: Purple Heart Medal.
    Applies to: Kenneth Ray Cohron.

  9. from Death Certificate of George David Ferbert.
    Applies to: Edna Rebecca Rowbotham.

  10. 96 YEARS OF AGE. HUSBAND TO MARGARET WHITE CUPP RENALDS; MARRIED ON NOVEMBER 20, 1948. UNCLE GODFREY WAS A WELL KNOWN BUSINESS MAN THAT SERVED THE CITY OF LEXINGTON FOR MANY YEARS. ONE DAY HE WAS SHOT MANY TIMES AND LEFT TO DIE DURING A ROBBERY ATTEMPT, NEEDLESS TO SAY UNCLE GODFREY SURVIDE AND MADE A FULL RECOVERY. HE WAS THE GREAT UNCLE TO THIS WRITER. UNCLE GODFREY WAS A LOVING HUSBAND AND A VERY ACTIVE MEMBER OF TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. HE ALSO WAS A VERY LOVING AND CARING MAN. UNCLE GODFREY PASSED AWAY DUE NATURAL CAUSES. HIS FUNERAL WAS HELD ON JULY 3, 1991 AT 11:00 A.M. AT TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WITH REVEREND JAMES B. GRIMMER OFFICIATING, WITH INTERMENT IN STONEWALL JACKSON CEMETERY IN LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA. UNCLE GODFREY IS BURIED JUST 20 YARDS AWAY FROM CIVIL WAR GENERAL STONEWALL JACKSON HIMSELF. MAY HE REST IN PEACE FOREVER WITH THE LORD OUR SAVIOUR! FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS WERE HANDLED BY HARRISON FUNERAL HOME IN LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA.
    Applies to: Ira Godfrey Renalds.

  11. Edith was a lifelong member of Bethany Lutheran Church. For over 25 years, she was a bookkeeper at First and Merchants Bank. She was also an assistant kindergarten teacher at the Bethany Lutheran Church.
    Applies to: Edith Miller Coiner.

  12. Ed was a Captain in the US Army serving in the Pacific Theater during WW2. Among his civic activities, he was a member of the Rotary Club of Waynesboro, Treasurer of the Frontier Culture Museum, President of the Augusta County Historical Society and many other groups.
    Ed was a retired banker and was instrumental in the design and building of the Virginia National Bank Building.
    Ed was also very active at Bethany Luthran Church where he was a life-long member.
    Applies to: Edgar Read Coiner.

  13. from Death Certificate of James M Rowbotham.
    Applies to: Alnetta Lavina Hattabaugh.

  14. from Death Certificate of Thomas French.
    Applies to: Annie Elizabeth Thompson.

  15. Buried under the name od Dobbins.
    Applies to: Mary O Nicholson.

  16. Died as a POW at Camp Morton, Indiana.
    Applies to: Charles Coiner.

  17. She was a life-long member of Bethany and the Ladies Aux of the Church. She received her education in Bethany Lutheran School, Southern Seminary and Kee-Mar College.
    Applies to: Ressie Delilah Coiner.

  18. Coiner.He was a farmer most of his life and later, after the death of his wife Mabel Barger Coiner, he became associated with several auto firms. He was active in the church and belonged to the LLL and held various offices. He was also a trustee for more than 20 years.
    Applies to: Godfrey Celsus Coiner.

  19. wagoneer
    Company H
    33 Missouri Infantry.
    Applies to: George Hattabaugh.

  20. Company C, 144th Indiana Volunteer Infantry.
    Applies to: Jonathan Lee Hattabaugh.

  21. Volunteer in Civil War
    1st Lt in Capt Stephen D Sayles company
    13th Indiana Regiment.
    Applies to: Edward M Butler.

  22. On April 17th 1861 he enlisted in the Civil War at Fishersville and was a Private in CO H 5th Va Infantry "Stonewall Brigade". He was mustered in May 18th 1861 at Harper's Ferry. He hired a substitute on April 28 1862 at Winchester, CO A 52nd VA Infantry.
    Applies to: John Calvin Coiner.

  23. Ireneus was the husband of Catharine Shuey Koiner and a veteran of the Civil War. He enlisted on October 18 1864 as a Private at Staunton in CO H 5th Va Infantry "Stonewall Brigade": Ft Steadman March 25 1865. He was wounded at Petersburg,being shot through the lungs in the Battle of Fort Steadman. He was captured and sent to U.S.Hospital steamer State of Maine and was released Jun 12 1865.
    Applies to: Ireneus Koiner.

  24. George enlisted in CO H 5th VA Infantry "Stonewall Brigade" In May 1864 in Spotsylvania he "engaged in trenches about one rod in advance of the celebrated tree which was cut down by bullets". He was captured and was a prisoner of war at Ft Delaware, exchanged and told by a surgeon to 'go home and die'. He had been inoculated with a vaccine matter from an unhealthy person to avoid smallpox. Within 4 months he was again in the ranks at Mine Run. At Ft Steadman folds of a blanket stopped a ball but so disabled him that he was sent to the rear. He was met by General Lee who examined the bullet hole and he was returned to the ranks.
    Applies to: George Kasper Coiner.

  25. Jacob was a veteran of the Civil War.He was in the "Stonewall Brigade" and was almost injured when his pocket knife stopped a bullet during the First Battle of Manassas. He was wounded at Kernstown.
    Applies to: Jacob M Coiner.

  26. Cornelius was a veteran of the Civil War. He served as a Private in the 23rd Regt.of the Virginia Cavalry.(Mosby's Regiment). He enlisted on the 8th of March 1864. He stood 5ft 10 inches tall, had grey eyes and dark hair.
    Applies to: Cornelius G Coiner.

  27. Elijah was a veteran of the Civil War. He was 2nd Lt, Co E 1st Va Cav. Regt. and wounded in the ankle at Mt. Jackson VA.
    Applies to: Elijah Coiner.

  28. Casper was a member of Co E, 1st Regt. VA Cavalry. He was killed near Charles City Court House at Kenton's Landing VA.
    Applies to: Casper Miller Coiner.

  29. John was a veteran of the Civil War.He served as a Private with Major Mosby in Mosby's Battalion Co A, 43rd VA Cavalry and was captured on 20 Feb 1864 near Upperville and was a POW for 18 months at Ft. Delaware.
    Applies to: John Nicholas Coiner.

  30. At age 15 during the Civil War, he enlisted and was assigned to Co H 5th VA Infantry "Stonewall Brigade" as a Private. The date was Oct 18 1864.
    Applies to: Simon Celsus Coiner.

  31. Marion was the husband of Julia Coiner and was a veteran of the Civil War. 2nd Co.B,52nd Va.Inf.Regt.the first 2 years of the war. On May 8th 1862 he was wounded in the arm at the battle of McDowell He would probably have been killed instantly except for his diary and bible which were in his coat pocket. A ball went through his diary and stopped in the middle of his Bible. He was in Co.C,39th Va.Cav.Batallion which was connected to General Lee's Headquarters as scouts, guides or couriers.
    Applies to: George Marion Koiner.

  32. Martin was a Private in CO B, 52nd VA Infantry. He was captured July 9 1863 at Washington MD. He was transferred July 14 1863 to Ft Delaware and died there. He was only 20 years old. Martin was 6 ft 2" and had dark eyes and black hair.
    Applies to: Martin Diller Koiner.

  33. David was a veteran of the Civil War.He was in Co.D,2nd Va.Inf.Regt.-Wickham's Brigade;Co.E,1st Va.Cav.Regt.;Co.C,43rd Va.Cav.Battalion(Mosby's command)engaged in the Berryville Wagon Train Raid, and also served under General Beauregard. He was with Lee at Appomattox and paroled at Staunton.
    Applies to: David Ezra Leonard.

  34. Private, Confederate Army
    Company C, 5th Virginia Infantry

    "Stonewall" Brigade Company C
    Nickname: "Mountain Guard"
    From: Staunton, VA.
    Applies to: David Alexander Bell.

  35. 2nd Lieutenant, Confederate Army
    Company C, 5th Virginia Infantry

    "Stonewall" Brigade Company C
    Nickname: "Mountain Guard"
    From: Staunton, VA.
    Applies to: James Addison Bell.

  36. Confederate Army
    Company D, 52nd Virginia Infantry
    Enlisted in 1861.
    Applies to: Martin Luther Bell.

  37. Confederate Army
    Company I, 4th Virginia Infantry
    Severely wounded at Kernstown, VA - March 23, 1862

    "Stonewall" Brigade Company I
    Nickname: "Liberty Hall Volunteers"
    From: Lexington, VA.
    Applies to: William James Bell.

  38. Confederate Army
    Company C, 5th Virginia Infantry
    Wounded at Gettysburg in 1863

    "Stonewall" Brigade Company C
    Nickname: "Mountain Guard"
    From: Staunton, VA.
    Applies to: Daniel McNair Bell.

  39. Confederate Army
    Company C, 5th Virginia Infantry
    Severely wounded

    "Stonewall" Brigade Company C
    Nickname: "Mountain Guard"
    From: Staunton, VA.
    Applies to: Frank M Bell.

  40. Baptised as "Hettenbach".
    Applies to: Johan George Hattabaugh.

  41. George was the son of Michael and Margaret Diller Keinadt and served in the Revolutionary War in Pennsylvania. In 1777 he was a Private, 2nd Battalion, Cumberland County PA, the Pennsylvania Militia under Colonel Samuel Lyon.
    Applies to: George Adam Koiner.

  42. Soldier in the American Revolution under George Washington.
    Applies to: Conrad Kyner.

  43. Kasper was a veteran and served as a Private during the Revolutionary War. He was the son of Michael and Margaret Keinadt and was 92 years and 36 days old when he died.
    Kasper married Anna Margaret Barger, the daughter of Jacob Berger/Barger. Kasper met Anna Margaret on a trip to Virginia. They did not know each other long and her father was opposed to the marriage so the 2 young people eloped to Staunton VA. However,in time, Jacob's opposition was resolved. Kasper and Anna Margaret had 11 children.
    Applies to: John Casper Koiner.

  44. Philip was an Ensign in the military during the war of 1812 and served in Capt. Alexander Givens's Co., Colonel McDowell's Regiment.
    Applies to: Philip Koiner.

  45. Immigrated to America on the "Forest".
    Applies to: Jacob Keinat.

  46. Organized March 28th, 1892 at Staunton, VA.
    Applies to: Source 17.