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Doug the bug (#46927512)
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Michael J. Page
Kinney, Patrick
Memorial #: 37875956.
You may already be aware of this; but the inscription on the grave marker for Patrick Kinney that reads A 20 LA most likely means Co. A, 20th Regiment, Louisiana. Apparantly he is buried in the Confederate section of the cemetery and is most likely a veteran of the American Civil War.
I hope that is some help. Michael J. Page.

Added by Michael J. Page on Sep 17, 2014 8:21 PM

Patti Labell
Opel Irene Bree
I am requesting transfer of the memorial of my Aunt Opal Irene Bree buried in Mason City. Her number is 28927585. I am the daughter of her older brother who predeceased her, Virgil Calvin Henry, my number is 46505135. I will correct the spelling of her name and add the family connections. I appreciate your work and the time you have volunteered. thank you ever so muchg.

Added by Patti Labell on Sep 15, 2014 1:28 PM

Steve
Showalter's of Cass & Mason Counties in Illinois
Doug: I am a direct descendant of Abraham Showalter who lived in Cass County, Illinois and have been researching this family for many years. I am curious as to how you are connected to this family?

Added by Steve on Aug 22, 2014 4:12 PM

Laura Aanenson
Carl Troch
Thank you for adding the obituary I transcribed.

Added by Laura Aanenson on Aug 12, 2014 12:43 PM

Abra
RE: Mrs. John Logan, Mr. & Mrs. Harry Stallings, & Mrs. L. L. Snow
Thanks! I thought they might be relatives I had yet to track down. This clears it up.

Added by Abra on Aug 11, 2014 7:45 PM

Ramona Pekarek
Oak Woods Memorials
Thank you very much for transferring the Myrick Plot monuments to me.

Added by Ramona Pekarek on Aug 06, 2014 3:37 PM

J. Binder
Euphrates Moore #38134944
Hi Doug - I'm sorry it has taken me 3 months to get back with you. If you would, please link him to his parents, father - John Huey Moore #119147779, and mother - Elizabeth "Eliza" Sheridan Moore #119147822. Information for his biography:
On March 5, 1860, Euphrates married Samantha Catherine Stewart in Henry County, Tennessee. On November 29, 1861, he enlisted as a private in the CSA in Paris, Henry County, Tennessee, serving in Company F, 46 Regiment, Tennessee Infantry. Just 4 1/2 months later, his unit was captured on April 8, 1862 on Island No. 10, and the prisoners sent to Camp Douglas, near Chicago, Illinois. On September 13, 1862, while held as a prisoner of war, Euphrates died of dysentery. His daughter, Samantha Euphratia, had been born just 8 days earlier. (The rest of his unit was release in Vicksburg, Mississippi two months later.) Euphrates was survived by his parents John Huey Moore and Elizabeth Sheridan Moore, his widow Samantha Stewart Moore, daughter Samantha Euphratia Moore, and siblings Martha Ann Moore Brooks, Julia Ann Moore Moore, Melissa Moore Underwood, Imogene Hasentine Moore George, Ruben Bowdie Moore and John W. Moore.

Added by J. Binder on Jul 28, 2014 5:35 PM

Natalie
A. Byasee 37530817
Hi Doug,

This memorial is for my uncle, who was the brother of my gr-gr-grandfather. I was wondering if you would consider transferring his memorial to me? I created the memorial for the Confederate Mound, where he was buried, which was taken over by Find A Grave due to it being famous. I had added a memorial for my uncle, but for some reason, it had disappeared. I never could figure out what had happened to it. I would really appreciate it if you would consider the transfer. I have additional information that I would like to add. I've done extensive research on the family, and on this uncle as well, due to his Civil War service.

Thanks so much, Natalie 46503045

Added by Natalie on Jul 21, 2014 11:47 PM

fromjax
Additional Info for Eliza D. Bale
Hello!

I was out at Oakridge Cemetery this past week to find graves for some of my family. I got some burial records from the Clerk-Treasurer's office, and here is some additional information I thought you might want to add to the memorial for Eliza D. Bale (Memorial 42137262 ):

Date of death: Aug. 16. 1932
Plot: Orig 2009


I'm not related to this individual, just trying to add some previously unlisted folks to this cemetery. Thanks! :)

Added by fromjax on Jul 13, 2014 3:54 PM

Karen A.
Minnie Hughes at Mason City Cem.
Thank you very much for adding all the additional data for Minnie (Rapp) Hughes and husband James J. Hughes. Much appreciated.

Added by Karen A. on Jul 11, 2014 1:59 PM

angie schmidt
Joseph Oster
Doug,

Do you have any other information on Joseph Oster, or did you just take the photo? Thank you!!

Added by angie schmidt on Jul 10, 2014 7:25 AM

Carol
Louise Price Mellinger
Doug: I don't know any other way to contact you, so this will have to do. You have listed as a sibling for Louise at "Find a Grave" Edward born 1881. He was John Price's brother, Luoise's uncle. You don't have our grandpa listed as her brother Dudley Harold Price. Cousin, Carol

Added by Carol on Jul 05, 2014 1:20 PM

Michael Curry
Transfers
Dear Sir,
Thank you for the transfers, your hard work is in good hands.
Mike Curry

Added by Michael Curry on Jul 04, 2014 8:34 AM

Michael Curry
Transfer
Dear Sir,
I am respectfully requesting the transfer of William Orestes Barkes, # 38669352 he is my Great Grandfather.
Thank You,
Michael Curry

Added by Michael Curry on Jul 01, 2014 11:49 AM

Terry P
Maggie Dunagan
Hi,

Just wanted to let you know I checked with the cemetery board to find Mrs.Dunagan's grave. I would never have found it without their help! Take care.


TP

Added by Terry P on Jun 11, 2014 2:35 PM

James Chapin
Lorenzo Chapin
Doug

I noticed you posted a photo of Lorenzo Chapin on this site. Lorenzo is my great-grandfather and I have never seen a photo of him. Thanks. May I ask where you got it from? I wonder how we are related?

Jim

Added by James Chapin on Jun 05, 2014 5:06 PM

Eleanor Carman & Jeff Oneal
Carman
I am part of the Carman family and have been
doing research since the 80's. Thanks for putting picture of tombstone. I am always willing to share. Family are Carman, Hall, Pendleton and Blakeman.

Added by Eleanor Carman & Jeff One... on Jun 05, 2014 7:26 AM

Eleanor Carman & Jeff Oneal
Carman
I am part of the Carman family and have been
doing research since the 80's. Thanks for putting picture of tombstone. I am always willing to share. Family are Carman, Hall, Pendleton and Blakeman.

Added by Eleanor Carman & Jeff One... on Jun 05, 2014 7:25 AM

Barbara Samans
Jones graves
Hi Doug Was wondering if you have a grave or grave site picture of Paula and Thomas Jones graves? 37109909

Barb Thanks for any help you can send my way

Added by Barbara Samans on Jun 01, 2014 9:31 AM

Mary Yeoman Sholey
Robert Florence
Thank you for the transfer of my great uncle Robert

Added by Mary Yeoman Sholey on May 30, 2014 5:03 PM

Aren
Maynard L Patterson
Hi Doug,

I see you have a listing for Maynard L Patterson buried in Mason, IL. I was wondering if you were related and maybe have more information for me on the rest of the family? He was married to Dolores Reynolds. They had one son, Michael Patterson. Maynard is my paternal grandfather.

Added by Aren on May 30, 2014 4:47 PM

Nancy Brejc
Edith L Putnam
Hi Doug,
I see that you posted a location for Mrs. Putnam. Was she your relative or just a listing you posted. I am trying to find any living relatives. The gal I am trying to find was married to a Verner Putnam and had a daughter Emma Lou. Not sure if this is the same gal. Dates seem to match...
Nancy B

Added by Nancy Brejc on May 30, 2014 4:09 PM

Nathan Vaughan Marks
RE: Alfred Jones
Hi Doug, No, there were two Alfred Jones's who died at Camp Douglas. There was Alfred N. Jones of the 62nd NC, and there was Alfred T. Jones, listed as A. T., of the 64th Virginia Mounted Infantry.

Alfred T. Jones died as a POW at Camp Douglas on 9 Jan 1865. He was born about 1825 in Lee County, Virginia. He was the son of John Jones and Lavina Tipton. Had three brothers, Henry, Russell, and William, who served in the Virginia 50th Infantry. Two of them were held as P.O.W.'s at Fort Delaware, but all except Alfred survived the war.

Thanks!

Added by Nathan Vaughan Marks on May 27, 2014 5:36 PM

Richard Watts
RE: James E Lane
Yes that's the information I have. He died in Feb 1865.

Added by Richard Watts on May 27, 2014 4:42 PM

Ruth Briggs
Alex Davis
Would you please add the burial location?
Section 1 Block 44 Lot 375 Space 1.

Added by Ruth Briggs on May 25, 2014 7:59 AM

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