Last night’s meeting centered around the discussion of the civil war memorial in Cedar Hill Cemetery. A group dedicated to preserving and educating the public about Frankford’s Civil War Memorial has been attempting to document all of those buried in the circle of honor.
After the war memorial presentation we were allowed to view the personal papers of John Hilton, a private from the Civil War, who’s collection is housed with the Society.
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[…] last night’s meetup of the Historical Society of Frankford, my father kept a name in the back of his mind, should the opportunity arise to research it. The […]
Could someone please tell me if Edward Trader and his son George Trader are buried there somewhere? Edward Trader is a Civil War Veteran he was with Company G 99th Reg. Pa Infint. and he’s supposed to be buried in Soldier’s Circle he died on Feb 20 1873. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks so much.
Number 29 on the list is Edward C. Trader 26th PA infantry Company B, born 1830 and died on 2/23/1873. buried with his son aged 4 on 5/10/1873.
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