|Mildred Havrilla||Margaret Green Anderson|
I went to the website you suggested for the complete obituary and did not find it. What did I do wrong?
Millie Havrilla, email@example.com
Added by Mildred Havrilla on Jun 09, 2013 6:54 PM
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. May all your wishes come true... Maja
Added by Maja on Dec 23, 2012 5:45 AM
I want to send you and yours best wishes for a
very HAPPY CHRISTMAS and wish you a HAPPY HEALTHY NEW YEAR,
I also want to thank you for visiting my sister Mars this year and the lovely tokens you so kindly left for her,
it was greatly appreciated
Best wishes from Ireland
Added by Reilly on Dec 18, 2012 1:40 PM
|Arleta ♥||RE: Thank you|
You are more than welcome...but please, do not feel obligated in any way. I love working on genealogy and since North Carolina has their Death Certificate information online now, its fun filling in the blanks. Sometimes I get on a roll and don't want to stop. :) Have a blessed day!
Added by Arleta ♥ on Nov 06, 2012 7:31 AM
I am still so greatful that you sponsored his memorial.
Added by Anne-Marie on Oct 01, 2012 11:35 PM
|Anne-Marie ||Jesse Buchsbaum|
Thank you so much for leaving a cute token on Jesse's memorial!
Added by Anne-Marie on Oct 01, 2012 11:33 PM
Thanks for visiting my mom and dad's FindAGrave pages!
Added by Sentimental Fella on Sep 27, 2012 9:39 PM
|Sentimental Fella||September 21 Birthday|
I was happy to honor Margaret on our mutual birthday. And thank you for the b-day wish! It was a good day!
Added by Sentimental Fella on Sep 27, 2012 9:36 PM
|Hillbilly||RE: Thank you|
You are welcome. It was an honor to visit your grandmother Margaret on her Birthday. Have a good day, and Blessings Always
Added by Hillbilly on Sep 26, 2012 2:33 AM
|Rhea||RE: George Washington Hood|
Thanks for your reply. I just checked the profile page for him in Ancestry in my Tree and I show a date of birth of 6 Jan 1841 with U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 about George W Hood being the source. See: http://gravelocator.cem.va.gov/j2ee/servlet/NGL_v1/ So you might want to add his DOB. Unfortunately that source shows him being buried at: Laurel Grove North Cemetery, 802 West Anderson Street Savannah, GA 31401. I have a cousin who lives in Savannah. He went to that cemetery and searched and has been told that he is not in that cemetery!!!! So I do not know if you want to post a side-note that shows the source saying he is buried there but that he is not showing in those cemetery records as being there. I did not know how else to follow up on it. I tried to check a Laurel Grove cemetery in another state (maybe PA) to see if it could have been there but had no luck there either. I cannot remember if I tried to contact the V.A. They are so hard to get hold of to even find the correct department/person to call.
Would you send me a personal e-mail. I would like to get more details on your Hood family line. We are probably distant cousins. I also have some additional websites on G.W. Hood if you are interested in them.
Added by Rhea on Sep 25, 2012 12:10 PM
|Maja||RE: Thank you|
Dear friend, it was an honor to leave tokens for your grandmother's Birthday. Thank you for visiting my family. Its nice of you.
Best regards - Maja
Added by Maja on Sep 25, 2012 7:48 AM
|Rhea||George Washington Hood|
First off, I want to thank you for writing such a lengthy description on this Civil War fallen soldier. I noticed there is a reference to him in a Fayetteville newspaper mentioning his death and that seems to be where you pulled his date of death from. I am a little curious about that article because he lived in Lenoir. Maybe it was just a North Carolina paper listing all N.C. deaths. Do you remember? But I am curious about the exact date of death because the local LDS Family Centers have FREE access to Fold3 and it only costs $.05 a page to print. I have viewed Fold3 for G. W. Hood and it says he "Died Dec. 1, 1863 of wounds rec'd at Bristow Station VA." It also shows his date of entry into the service (July 15, 1861). So, I am trying to figure out how to best resolve the date of death discrepancy. I did NOT print out all of the Fold3 pages so I do not know if there is a discrepancy in any of the other pages in Fold3 that might possibly show another date of death. I will go back and look. For now, I'm wondering how you found that Fayetteville newspaper and any comments on the date of death discrepancy. Is it something you have and can send me or either tell me where to go to find the article? Thanks very much for your help.
Added by Rhea on Aug 17, 2012 1:39 AM
Where did you find a copy? Any chance you could scan it & share?
Added by Armantia on Jun 13, 2012 10:34 AM
I want to THANK YOU for visiting my dear sister Mars, and the beautiful token you so kindly left her,
she would appreciate it very much as do I,
Best wishes from Ireland
Added by Reilly on May 05, 2012 1:08 PM
|Jonathan Whiting||RE: W.H.C. Whiting|
I Would like to set up a memorial for him on the 150th anniversary of his passing, maybe make an instructional video of the battle of Ft. Fisher.
I was also wondering if you have ever read the C.B. Denson book "Memoir of W.H.C. Whiting". It gives anectotal stories and transcriptions of letters about Gen. Whiting and some from himself. it paints a pretty incredible picture of him.
Added by Jonathan Whiting on Mar 01, 2012 4:09 PM
I want to THANK YOU for visiting my dear sister Mars and the beautiful token you gave to her,
I am sorry this has taken so long to say but I have been away from here for a time as we had 2 deaths in the family and mother-in-law had a stroke,
Please know Your kindness in remembering Mars is very greatly appreciated,
Best wishes from Ireland
Added by Reilly on Feb 24, 2012 2:21 PM
Thank you for remembering my Uncle Erich on his Angel Day. I appreciate your kindness. Hugs Maja
Added by Maja on Feb 23, 2012 11:11 AM
Thank You for Remembering my Dad on his 5th Angel day in heaven.It has been a rough week and of course today with out my Dad.
I Appreciate your kindness and Remembering him today.
Added by Suzanne&Johnღ on Feb 21, 2012 4:18 PM
|Jonathan Whiting||William H.C. Whiting|
I wanted to tell you thank you for visiting my Gr. Gr. Grandfather's grave, and helping to keep his memory alive. I plan to visit him some time soon.
Added by Jonathan Whiting on Feb 17, 2012 10:22 PM
I cannot thank you enough for remembering my mom on her fourth Angel Day. Although these days are especially difficult, knowing that she is not forgotten means the world to me. With all my heart, I thank you for your thoughtfulness and kindness.
Your Friend, Khaylayne
Added by Butterfly on Feb 14, 2012 4:35 PM
There used to be a dirt road up past the poultry sheds to the top of the hill. The landowners were very nice to us every time we asked to go there; I hope they still are. I haven't been in a long time, but I would think it would be cleared off since Sherry (Houck) got a military marker for John Houck. If you go, will you try to get a photo of the new marker?
I am fine, thank you, though I had to get a new car. 321 is wicked!
Added by Armantia on Feb 02, 2012 9:16 AM
Words cannot express my thanks for your remembrances of Debbie on her angel day Jan 25. The outpouring of love was abundant and received with much love and gratitude. It made the day so much easier. Thank you with much love Delita
Added by Delita on Jan 26, 2012 8:53 AM
|Francesca Josephin||thank you|
Thank you very much for beautiful tokens for my great-grandpa Frank and my grandparents on their day,it's very important for me and I'm very thankful and happy,that you left them the tokens.God bless You and Yours,dear Madame/Sir
Added by Francesca Josephin on Jan 23, 2012 10:22 AM
|Rhea||George Washington Hood (68974972)|
Pipedreamer71. Hello. I was on www.civilwartalk.com three hours ago and posted a question because I haven't been able to find where George Washington Hood is buried. Well, actually, I found 2 places that said he was buried at Laurel Grove North Cemetery in Savannah, GA so I e-mailed my cousin who lives there. He went there a week or so ago and was told GWH is not buried there!!! I had not heard of "non-cemetery burials" so am very pleased that several people from CivilWarTalk just found him in Find A Grave and sent me the link. I have a few questions I would like to ask. Would you mind e-mailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks so very much for the work you do for Find A Grave.
Added by Rhea on Oct 14, 2011 5:20 PM