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Brenda Legate (#46579761)
 member for 11 years, 1 month, 28 days
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Linda Y
Christine strenming
Left you a edit for above person. Death date 1985 evansville. Husband edward. Please edit. Bethlehem

Added by Linda Y on Aug 24, 2012 4:18 PM

helen geary
walter klippert
i have found a death date and an age he was in brownings obits died 26 mar 1928 age 53 in lake vermillion near the danville il. soldiers home he went missing 28 dec 1927 hgeary8@aol.com love helen

Added by helen geary on Aug 17, 2012 6:41 AM

Robert Schmidt
RE: Washington Stinchfield
Sorry No pictures. I put most of what I have on him in the details on FG. I do have his pension file. Do you want a copy? Send me an email at Indcanal@aol.com

Bob

Added by Robert Schmidt on Aug 11, 2012 8:24 PM

Linda Y
L S Buford
We located a 43 rd ind inf civil war soldier in crawford co ind. linda

Added by Linda Y on Aug 10, 2012 10:43 PM

Robert Schmidt
Washington Stinchfield
Brenda: I think I have another 91st infantry for your virtual site

Washington Stinchfield FG 29621450
He was a Private in Co D 91st infantry and is buried in the Tupman Cemetery. I have the Civil War file from the National Archives

Born 3 Feb 1844 D 12 Apr 1912

2nd Wife Alice Rheinlander married 10 Oct 1894
This was her 1st marriage

1st Wife Mary A Sanders Died 6 Oct 1893

Bob Schmidt 47624420

Added by Robert Schmidt on Aug 08, 2012 4:12 PM

Floie
Sgt James Ross
Very interested in stone next to monument of Sgt James Ross Memorial# 26888151. Do you have a wider shot, perhaps, including the inscription?

Added by Floie on Aug 04, 2012 6:25 PM

Donna Webster
RE: Gooch photos
I will be glad to share the photos, I have a lot of the Gooch family. So glad family has Wiley & Margarets memorial. I will send you a private email about the pictures. Thank you for the quick reply, Donna Webster

Added by Donna Webster on Aug 04, 2012 11:34 AM

William Stern
Captain Richard B. Dunlap
Brenda,

Captain Richard B. Dunlap was my Great Grandfather.

Thank you, for your work, it has helped locate his Grave site location in Daviess County, Indiana.

Richards daughter Zora (Dunlap) Stern of Noblesville, Indiana was my Grandmother.

I hope to help my Father post a Good photo of Richard to find a grave in the near future.

Best Regards,
William Stern
Waukon, Iowa

Added by William Stern on Jun 02, 2012 9:11 AM

Linda Y
charles cates
My great hreat grandfather is a Civil War soldier buried in Locust Hill cemetery Linda we love finding the old civil war soldiers graves also

Added by Linda Y on May 08, 2012 6:41 PM

Linda Y
bethlehem cemetery
brenda We are thinking about taking pics in the above cemetery if we do will you edit them as we locate how they are related if I send the edits to you Please let me know Linda

Added by Linda Y on May 08, 2012 6:40 PM

Janeil Brinson
91st Indiana Infantry
Brenda, my GG grandfather, James Sharp Kelin, was a member of this infantry. See Find A Grave memorial # 15659587.
Janeil Brinson

Added by Janeil Brinson on Apr 17, 2012 5:12 PM

pat janik
Daniel McDonald
Please take a look at memorial # 55719900 for a Pvt. Daniel McDonald, buried in Calvin Cemetery in Posey County Indiana. This may be the same Daniel McDonald you are looking for in Crunk Cemetery. I was told that Crunk and Calvin cemeteries are one and the same. Hope this helps. Pat Janik

Added by pat janik on Jan 29, 2012 3:21 PM

Ronald L. Williams
RE: Frederick Wayne Dobbs
Yes

Added by Ronald L. Williams on Jan 29, 2012 7:19 AM

Sherry Lee
Mary C. Dukes Lacefield
Mary C. Dukes Lacefield is buried in the Jago Cemetery. She is one of your memorial. I thought I would let you know her death year is wrong. She died in 1953. I looked up her death cert. and the death cert. has her death year 1953. She died in Jefferson County,Ky. You may check it out.

Yours,
Sherry Lee

Added by Sherry Lee on Jan 01, 2012 10:52 AM

Robert Schmidt
91st Ind Infantry
Brenda: What a fine contribution you have made to gathering the records of the 91st Ind Infantry. I have just became a member of Find-A-Grave and am planning to do something similar for our church cemtery in German Twp, Evansville, IN. I have added a photo for Asmus Riecken, you may want to visit the site. Thanks for your hard work. It is always nice to know that your efforts are appreciated.

Bob

Added by Robert Schmidt on Oct 05, 2011 8:13 AM

helen geary
thank you
thank you for helping preserve or history. i attended mdhs class 1960. it was my understanding that so of the graves where moved. i have lived most of my adult life in warrick co. my fav. holiday was mem. day becacause we always visited relatives graves. i to was bitten young. are you a redhead i to have several children interested in family. one lives in indy and has 2 small boys.here tree shaking is on hold 1 son and wife are fanitcal. love helen

Added by helen geary on Sep 21, 2011 7:02 PM

Garczar
Berner's Crown Hill
Hello,

In addition to the two Charles', there were markers for William and Johanna Berner.

Added by Garczar on Sep 08, 2011 9:26 PM

Chiquita
Samuel Hendricks Earley
Hey there, called his great granddaughter, but unfortunately, she knows nothing about him. I'm trying to research him for you. Will get back to you later.

Added by Chiquita on Aug 29, 2011 6:30 PM

Jen
George H Robinson
Hi Brenda,

I added the dates you sent. Had to chuckle when I went to the link you sent. I have the original newspaper with the cemetery picture, and a copy of that obit along with several other articles on him. Looks like several of us were on the same page!! Thanks!!

Jen

Added by Jen on Aug 25, 2011 6:42 PM

Jane
RE: Isaac Moutray memorial 58219549
It is a picture postcard with nothing written on the back. I think it came to us with other old photos that had belonged to my husband's parents. We tried to get a date range by looking at the other stones around Isaac Moutray's. In the photo there is a stone on the left behind the men but not many others. Can't find my notes with those dates at the moment. Will go to the cemetery and look again. We know it was after 1906.

Added by Jane on Aug 24, 2011 10:08 PM

Jane
RE: Isaac Moutray memorial 58219549
Thanks for pointing out the error in the death year. Checked the photo and my notes and it should be 1839. Also the 1900 census shows his middle initial as W. and his birthdate as Mar. 1839. I have no other information on him. I added a photo to his listing also.
Thanks again. Jane

Added by Jane on Aug 24, 2011 3:41 PM

Thucydides
Jacob Galaspie
Hi Brenda,

Thanks for the quick response. I had found the same 1870 census data you did, and yesterday after I contacted you, I found out that Jacob's daughter Mary married the (Cotner) brother of his son's (also named Jacob) Cotner wife, so this must be the "right" family. I had a bit of trouble sorting this out since both Glaspie families (Posey and Gibson Cos) had sons named Jacob about the same age.

I guessed from the 1860 census that Jacob Galaspie was born about 1826 in Tennessee. A draft registration from 1863 also shows Jacob Glaspie at age 34, so I have a range of years for his date of birth, 1826-1829. I'm not exactly sure when he was born. I did find out that Jacob died on 22 Nov 1870, though it appears he was not at home when the census taker came by that year.

I guess you know the campaign history of the 91st pretty well. Thanks again for your help in confirming that I had the right person/family.

Cordially,

Chris

Added by Thucydides on Aug 19, 2011 3:28 AM

Thucydides
Jacob Galaspie
Hello Brenda,

I am wondering if you have any more information on Jacob Galaspie,a private in Co A, 91st IN Infantry, one of your listed burials at the Dixon Cemetery in West Franklin. I found a filmed gravestone card showing that his headstone was provided by the and giving his date of death.

I am basically trying to sort between this Jacob and another man of the same name who lived in Gibson County, IN and was a sergeant in Co B, 58th IN Infantry. The latter's wife was Matilda and she was listed as collecting a widow's pension in 1889, but the man for whom I am searching was married to a Mary (I think). My research trails lead from the Glaspie family of Louisville, KY back to a Jacob Glaspie (b. ca. 1858-1862), whose father I believe to be one of the two veterans listed above.

I am also an avid historian/genealogist, and I am trying to help a friend's wife trace her Glaspie line. I can share more if you can e-mail me at alosaf1(at)yahoo.com, which might add to your Findagrave listing for this Jacob.

Cordially,

Chris

Added by Thucydides on Aug 18, 2011 6:48 AM

Chiquita
Find A Grave Memorial# 23291069
Samuel David Earley - you might want to edit the spelling of his last name. He's my aunt's (by marriage) grandfather. Any chance you would like to transfer him over to my care? Just asking. I would love to have him on her behalf. She lives in CO and just sent me her family history for our ancestry tree, as I'm working hard to preserve our histories for both sides of family and provide them all with the information and all the pictures I can find for them. Thank you.

Added by Chiquita on Aug 06, 2011 7:35 PM

Kathy Miller
Rev. William Simons-Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw
I added a marker photo for a Rev. William Simons of the 91st Ind Vols to your memorial page. His years of birth and death are on the marker. He is identified as a "Rev."

Kathy Miller

Added by Kathy Miller on Aug 04, 2011 6:48 AM

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