|Linda Hiross||Kozie/Maurice Miller|
Depending on relationships and individual personalities, sometimes it is the surviving wife who writes the obit, omitting information that would be meaningful to others. (Am sure you know that.) Happy to transfer management to you.
Added by Linda Hiross on Sep 10, 2016 11:00 AM
|Stephen Decker||RE: Janzegers marker pics|
Not sure why the request but it has been completed. I must not have understood your first request.
Added by Stephen Decker on Sep 09, 2016 6:45 AM
|Stephen Decker||Your request.|
I thought I had taken care of your request. Can you tell me what I missed.
Added by Stephen Decker on Sep 09, 2016 2:46 AM
|Scott Hutchison||NO Reply|
What exactly does this mean? Several times I get an email request from someone that asks a question about a grave I have posted and I am unable to answer the question because of "no reply".
Added by Scott Hutchison on Sep 08, 2016 10:03 AM
|Photos 4 You||RE: G. Amans headstone|
We were so glad to see your name for the confederate grave photo!
We have missed your findagrave requests this summer. We worry that the stones are wearing and will become illegible. We would love to help take many more of the cemetery photos.
Photos 4 You.
Added by Photos 4 You on Sep 07, 2016 4:58 PM
|Leslyn Lang||Louis Carter|
I've added the info you sent for Louis Carter. Hope you are doing well.
Added by Leslyn Lang on Aug 20, 2016 4:54 PM
|Leslyn Lang||Pvt. Richard J. Dickinson memorial|
Sorry to hear about you slowing down. Been slowing down myself. I moved to New Mexico recently. So lots busy.
I posted all the information you wanted on the Richard J. Dickinson memorial.
Added by Leslyn Lang on Aug 20, 2016 4:37 PM
|Ann Wilson Fisher||RE: Capt Thomas W Wilson|
BigFrench, will research if I find anything will certainly be in touch. What I know he was the son of Thomas Wilson and Rebecca Williams, my GGGG Grandparents.
Thanks for all your work and dedication to "The Cause".
Added by Ann Wilson Fisher on Aug 19, 2016 9:12 PM
|Ann Wilson Fisher||Capt Thomas W Wilson|
Hello BigFrench, love the name. I am inquiring about Capt Thomas W Wilson killed in action in the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Va. I am related to him, can you give any more information about him. Actually on Find a Grave does have a lot of his history.
Ann Wilson Fisher
Added by Ann Wilson Fisher on Aug 19, 2016 7:57 PM
|Stephen Decker||RE: Dewey Carl & Mary Long|
Added by Stephen Decker on Aug 19, 2016 9:49 AM
|Stephen Decker||RE: Dewey Carl & Mary Long|
They have been transferred to you. Thanks for your note.
Added by Stephen Decker on Aug 18, 2016 2:46 AM
|Anonymous||RE: Ellery & Jeanne Baker|
George drown. He and Mr. Baker's nephew, Orville, were at the beach, I think on the Chesapeake Bay, and George drown. My father was a lodge brother with Mr. Baker. Mrs Baker and my mother used to go to the Order of the Eastern Star together. I was in the Demolay for a while. They were great friends. Many fond memories.
Added by Anonymous on Aug 16, 2016 8:20 PM
|Anonymous||Ellery & Jeanne Baker|
Dear Big French,
Interesting to hear from you. My parents Henry & Maria Bosmans were long time friends of the Bakers too. My parents were from Belgium and we used to live on 43rd Avenue. My mother used to do alterations and that's how she met Mrs. Baker when they used to live on 44th Avenue. We had great time with them having picnics and spent many New Year's Eve with them. I remember his bug collection well. I think my brother got it when Mr. Baker passed away. We used to play Yahtzee with Mr. Baker too.
Added by Anonymous on Aug 16, 2016 7:42 PM
|CJ||RE: Dr John Bagby obit|
Thanks for sending the obituary; it's been added.
Added by CJ on Aug 11, 2016 8:25 AM
|Ralph Williams||Reuben Williams / Thomas Williams|
Good morning, Big French.
Hope all is well from this SCV Camp #158, Lane Williams in Evans, GA. Interestingly, your Google advice for the above indicates my G-G Grandfather, and G-G Grandmother, Reuben, R. Williams, Mary Williams, of Monroe County, GA appears in the description for 'Find A Grave.' However, the 'Find A Grave' search of the above two relatives advise 'not found.' They both joined 9 July 1861 in Monroe County, GA in the 14th. Georgia Infantry Regiment, Company "A" i.e. the Monroe County Volunteers. Please advise suggestion as to where I may find the burials of the above two gentlemen who have listed in your original Google description.
Thanks, kindly ... and thanks for all of your hard work in researching our gallant forefathers.
Lane Williams, RHIA (retired)
813 Deercrest Lane
Evans, GA 30809
Added by Ralph Williams on Aug 10, 2016 1:32 PM
|Carole Conrad||peter beam and jim beam ;-)|
much much cooler here!
we are 3300/4000 feet above sealevel :-)
i may have some questions for u on several soldiers soon.
Added by Carole Conrad on Jul 30, 2016 11:17 PM
|Valeria T||RE: Jones family|
Yes, Big French...this is a private family cemetery including Lee, Lunsford and Megee. I acquired the picture and others from my grandmother M.C. Wilkerson Megee. I also have typed copies of letters during the Civil War from Edward & William Jones. I do not know where my Aunt Dorthy acquired them at the time.
Not sure which location your asking for. For the Lee, etc. it is: Traveling South from Fredricksburg on Hwy 3 to Rolling Fork Way (formally OLD hwy 3) Turn right on Rolling Fork Way, Right on Wilmont Road, Right on Greenlaw Road. Not sure the distance but the cemetery is on your right.
As for William B Jones, they are buried on private land in Jersey VA. I have a picture of the headstone if your interested.
Hope this information is helpful. If you prefer, you may contact me at email@example.com.
Added by Valeria T on Jul 23, 2016 10:23 AM
|Tammie||RE: Annie Catherine Yoder Houser's father|
Thank you so much for the connection and update! I updated my genealogy tree also. Thanks to you, I have found my fourth-great-grandpa. Tammie
Added by Tammie on Jul 21, 2016 8:03 AM
|Ms.Nana||RE: Daniel Putnam Cross|
Hi BigFrench, I'm not the creator of that memorial or maintain it. I just do a lot of research on a few of my ancestors and I came across Mr.Putnam's memorial. I'll let that creator know your information. Hopefully they will do correct info as burial unknown. Thanks again for your sincere interest. Take care, Tania
Added by Ms.Nana on Jul 12, 2016 7:32 PM
I type terrible! Sorry! I meant to type what your efforts discovered. :)Tania
Added by Ms.Nana on Jul 11, 2016 4:02 AM
|Ms.Nana||Daniel Putnam Cross|
Thank you so much for your hard work and research for Mr.Cross. It is very important what you discovered because many of us descendants will drive across many states to visit an ancestors grave site. That can be very misleading having so many of our ancestors in wrong burial location. Burial unknown is the best and honest option on these type of memorials. I appreciate what your efforts and information very much! Tania
Added by Ms.Nana on Jul 11, 2016 4:00 AM
|Anonymous||RE: William B Settle|
Dan, If you would like to keep the family together, I will gladly transfer the Kilby memorial. Martha
Added by Anonymous on Jun 30, 2016 5:49 PM
|Anonymous||William B Settle|
I took a picture of his gravestone and was looking to make sure I had the dates right when I found your memorial for him. He has a death record that gives his birth and death and the locations of each. It also has his father and mother listed as Turner Settle and Elizabeth Grigsby. The certificate states that he was to be buried at home. So they either changed their minds or had him moved to Fairview at a later date. I added the correct date and the location of his birth in an edit. Thanks, Martha
Added by Anonymous on Jun 29, 2016 9:13 PM
|David Smith||RE: William T. Haner|
Happy to transfer mgt to you. I am working on a LONG term project updating Find A Grave to Spring Hill Cemetery's directory. Did you previously contact me? I got an email and apparently deleted it. Very sorry if it was you. Spent my first 57 years in Calif, never surfed and followed my kids to VA. Coincidentally my family roots go back several generations here. Dave
Added by David Smith on Jun 29, 2016 12:03 PM
|Colapop||RE: Pvt Nathan C Herring, Jr|
Nathan was my GG Uncle. The information comes from
notes in a Herring Family Bible that I now possess. I believe the notes were entered by my Great Aunt Jessie, daughter of J. O. Herring, Nathan's brother.
J. O. served in the NC 38th INF. Company C (joining after Gettysburg) His brother Lucien also served.
I feel sure that the information that I provided is accurate.
Added by Colapop on Jun 28, 2016 3:52 PM