|Kerry Rae Smith Moser||RE: Capt. John W. Ellis|
thanks for letting me know I duplicated one of my own !! LOL.. I updated and going to transfer to you !
Added by Kerry Rae Smith Moser on Jul 18, 2013 8:10 PM
|David McInturff||RE: James Samuel McInturff|
Thank you so much for the connection. I've asked Findagrave to merge these memorials.
Added by David McInturff on Jul 12, 2013 4:33 AM
|Gordon Edwards||RE: William C. Greene|
Happy to help - not sure if this will mean anything to your project, but for what it's worth. I work this cemetery quite a bit and would be happy to grab a photo, if appropriate, even tho it's not his final resting place. Gordon
Robert L. Greene
Birth: Apr. 19, 1837
Death: May 14, 1863
Note: His remains sleep at Nashville, Tenn. Nobly he fell while fighting for liberty. CO 14 Reg. Tenn Cav USA
Added by Gordon Edwards on Aug 29, 2012 1:18 PM
|Sharon M Cross||RE: Matthew Blevins|
You are so welcome, Glad I could help it was an honor to help with something that special.
Added by Sharon M Cross on Aug 06, 2012 1:44 PM
|Barry L. Seitz||RE: Jesse Garland|
You're welcome. I found Jesse Garland, Jr. and thought I had the right one, but when I saw the date, I kept looking.
Glad I could help.
Added by Barry L. Seitz on Jul 30, 2012 5:47 PM
|Marilyn Traylor Syx||Billy Smith|
Jack told me that you had entered Billy's memorial. I viewed it immediately. It is very nice and I was pleasantly surprised to find Rev. Puff as one of your memorials. I knew him well as he and the church rented the building that my husband used for his tool and die business in the late 60's and early 70's. Also I knew him at Miami Valley Hospital when I was employed there and he was a board member. He also conducted each of my parents funerals, as well as Jack's wedding. I loved viewing your memorials, especially the ones concerning the Civil War people. Thanks again for letting me know about Billy's memorial. Marilyn
Added by Marilyn Traylor Syx on Jun 01, 2012 10:32 AM
|Cyndy Cox||13th Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, USA|
Daniel Robert Forbes
10 MAR 1838-17 MAR 1917 (both Carter, County)
Buried Forbes Cemetery, Elizabethton, Carter, Tennessee
Military records on Fold3
Listed as pensioner on death certificate
Cemetery listed on death certificate
Added by Cyndy Cox on Feb 01, 2012 12:05 PM
|Becky Matthews Fox||You're welcome|
You're more than welcome, I'm glad to have helped your project a little.
I worked at the Michigan State University Library for 24 years. I retired 4 years ago to come to Charlotte when my daughter got pregnant. I take care of her (now) 3 children. I had much more time for genealogy projects when I had a full-time job! But I'm slowly getting my genealogy field trip photos posted.
Added by Becky Matthews Fox on Jan 04, 2012 8:11 AM
|Amy Auchtung||RE: Jacob Constable|
You're welcome, happy to help. According to a past cemetery census the notation next to his name says "PVT-Co E-13th Cav-Civil War". It also goes on to say that all information given was verified through death certificates or military records. http://tngenweb.org/washington/cemetery/cemUnionCofC.htm
Hope that helps.
Have a great day!
Added by Amy Auchtung on Oct 05, 2011 12:35 PM
|Amy Auchtung||William Greene - Bethesda Cemetery|
You requested a photo of William Greene. On the interments page there are 2 listed, William C. Greene unknown - unknown, and William R. Greene 1907-1988 husband of M. Maude Greene. The only stone I located was William C. Greene Aug. 14, 1873 - Dec. 26, 1943. I have a photo of it but I'm hesitant to add it to the William C. (unknown - unknown) because for obvious reasons I can't be 100% positive that it's the correct person (99.9.... but still hesitant). :-)I'd be happy to email it to you if this is what you were looking for.
Added by Amy Auchtung on Aug 17, 2011 1:40 PM
Are you sure that George Creed in Nashville National is correct. The office has no record of a George Creed buried there. Copuld the name be George Reed?
Added by KBlums on Aug 12, 2011 8:08 PM
I added a picture for Esquire Buckles, Knoxville National Cemetery, if you want to add it to your virtual cem for the 13th Tennessee.
Added by Deanne on Aug 12, 2011 3:41 PM
|Chelle Shonk||Blevins Cemetery|
I also took the pic for a Sgt. JW Frasier, it looked like it was something you might want.
Added by Chelle Shonk on Aug 12, 2011 1:15 AM
|Laurie Wilson||RE: 13th Regiment|
The flowers were already there.
Added by Laurie Wilson on Jul 26, 2011 6:47 PM
|Laurie Wilson||RE: Military graves|
Posted pics for Robert Cash, John Martin,Marion F. Adams, and Thad Emerson Carter. All Military.
Added by Laurie Wilson on Jul 26, 2011 2:27 AM
|Laurie Wilson||RE: Nathan Bryant|
Your very welcome. Will be looking for military in that group. Got pics of several military guys in that graveyard. Discovered when i arrived at graveyard i had forgotten my list of graves, so took all the military pics i saw. Will post them maybe more your looking for. Thanks llw
Added by Laurie Wilson on Jul 26, 2011 1:51 AM
|Chelle Shonk||RE: Alvin Kite|
Added by Chelle Shonk on Jul 22, 2011 1:08 AM
|Kathleen Fleury Bilbrey||Hi|
Your very welcome ,
and with the help of my hubby on the weekend we will try to get the next ones also if the weather is good lately the days have been really hot .
So if the rain holds off for the weekend we will be getting some pics for you hopefully.
Added by Kathleen Fleury Bilbrey on Jul 19, 2011 3:51 PM
|Jim Julian||Daniel Ellis|
Ran across your Findagrave pages. I'm from Elizabethton too. Some months ago I ran across a book with a partial list of the people trasined by Capt. Ellis from Carter County. An ancestor of mine, James Julian was on the list I didn't write down the source and haven't located the book since.
Do you know any resource that lists the names the students of Capt. Ellis?
Added by Jim Julian on Jul 12, 2011 1:05 PM
|K Guy||Ellis reference in book that I am reading|
Thought I'd bring it to your attention if you aren't aware, I just read a very interesting and favorable reference about Dan Ellis in a chapter of a book entitled "A Bohemian Brigade" by James M. Perry (2000).
One line states that "Dan Ellis- never without his Henry repeating rifle- was a man of few words...."
Added by K Guy on Oct 07, 2008 3:09 PM