|JudyC||Julia Woodel Smith|
Julia was my husband's gr-grandmother. Always looking for another Woodel to trade info or pics with
Judy and George Carnline
Added by JudyC on Jul 15, 2014 11:53 AM
|Pat Berel||RE: Sammie A. Mitchell|
Thanks Robert for adding his obit. They help so much in getting families linked together and that is what I'm trying to do with the Mitchell Family. It is a huge family and many have the same name. Without the obits it wouldn't be an easy task. I probably sent more obits and I appreciate you getting them posted. My great great grandfather was the Mitchell that started this large family from Sabine Parish. Thanks again.
Added by Pat Berel on Jul 03, 2014 5:55 AM
|Richard Cutler||Confederates of S. Carolina|
I found a virtual cemetery you created called the Confederate soldiers of South Carolina where you list over 70. Can you add my 3 times great grandfather who lived and died in South Carolina and was a Civil War vet. He is Elijah Hunt Speer Findagrave memorial # 23921595.
Added by Richard Cutler on Jun 22, 2014 8:18 PM
|Mander||G. Craig - UVA Cemetery|
Hello. I have a listing of the soldiers buried in the Confederate Cemetery at the University of Virginia and George W. Craig is not on that list. I do have a Pvt. G. Craig who is Greenville Craig, who died 15 Jun 1862. Greenville served with Co. A, 42nd Virginia Infantry (and yes, his grave is marked). I think someone must have posted the memorial for George W. Craig to the UVA cemetery in error. I hope this helps. Amanda
Added by Mander on Jan 27, 2014 7:11 AM
Robert, thank you so much for taking the time to get a photo of my dear friend's memorial stone, he was a very special friend, and I don't know if I will ever get the chance to go to his gravesite. Greatly appreciate it! patz .
Added by PShoreski on Oct 29, 2013 4:10 PM
|Barry Holland||Louisa Sibley pic|
Thanks so much for edits and the picture! Would you happen to know who she is buried between?
Added by Barry Holland on Oct 29, 2013 3:05 PM
I admire your virtual CSA cemetery collection. Lest we forget!
Added by JB BERRY on Oct 21, 2013 8:59 AM
|Julia Nelson||Berry Creasman|
Thank you so much for the information (date of death) about my great-great uncle! I only recently learned of his existence. His brother, Col. William Burton Creasman, (my great-great grandfather) served in the same unit (NC 29th,CSA.) He was promoted to Colonel shortly before leaving the service, but his tombstone only reflects Lt. Col.
Your research is much appreciated!! Thank you!!
Julia Nelson (great-great granddaughter of the Confederacy)
Added by Julia Nelson on Aug 25, 2013 7:53 AM
|auntdeedee||RE: Rebecca McKinney|
Thank you, it is an honor when I can photograph for someone else. I did not find a stone for her husband. On one side of Rebecca's grave is the stone for Bunyan E. McKinney and on the other side is a concrete brick on end half way in the ground. I also found a stone for Clyde McKinney and George McKinney.
Added by auntdeedee on Mar 24, 2013 7:12 AM
Thanks for taking and posting the pictures of the O'Cons.
Added by Wylie Blackwell on Mar 15, 2013 1:25 PM
|Kenneth Britton||Joe Barbee McFerrin|
No I not sure of anything just going by family records which I know sometimes are incorrect. If you took a picture in another cemetery then He is probably there I will correct shortly.
Added by Kenneth Britton on Mar 06, 2013 2:30 PM
|Gail L. Hannah||Kinney/Ruark|
Thanks so much for additions and for adding all the information on the memorials to begin with. Much apprecited. gail
Added by Gail L. Hannah on Feb 23, 2013 5:23 PM
|Gail A||James S A Abbott (TX)|
Thanks for the additional information on my gg grandfather. Please view the memorial with the improvements. Thanks for all you do for findagrave!
Added by Gail A on Jan 01, 2013 9:52 AM
hey, if you are on ancestry, go visit
James A McFerrin Capt
Relationship to you: father-in-law of 2nd great grand uncle
Birth 1833 in Tennessee, United States
i have him as 'capt' but that may have just been honorary as the grave marker says lt....have his wife and kids listed there also.
Added by spvaughan on Nov 28, 2012 6:24 PM
I see that we are shirt tail relatives since My great grandmother was a McFerrin and my great grand father was James Morris Sandifer and my grandfather was his son James Monroe Sandifer both are buried here in Beluah. My father is from the Ferguson clan and he is buried in Clear Springs along with his mother Annie/Ferguson/England.
Maggie Ola Pearson/Sandifer my grandmother is buried in Springville in Coushatta. My mother Audrey/Montess/Sandifer/Barton is buried in Antioch
cemetery 3 miles from Mansfield
Added by cec on Oct 17, 2012 8:35 PM
|Sharon||RE: Steel(e) in Saline County, AR|
According to Rootsweb, Sam B. Steel b.NC, d.AR before 1880 and is buried in Hughes Cemetery, Saline County, AR...along with his wife Catherine G. "Kate" Hughes b.1836 AR, d.before 1880. (see #'s 25227384 and 25227387)
Also they are listed in the AR Saline county 1860 and 1870 Census but not in the 1880.
Sam enlisted as a Pvt. Co. "B", 10th Arkansas Cavalry at Benton, AR on May 9, 1863.
Children: John G., Alice Lee and Samuel Bryan.
You were correct about Jonathan I...I have deleted my listing of Jonathan and will also delete Samuel, as they have been listed by another person. It is noted on those listings that Sam and wife's tombstones have been removed. What a shame! Good luck! Sharon
Added by Sharon on Nov 29, 2011 8:51 PM
|Sharon||RE: Steel(e) in Saline County, AR|
I am willing to change any questionable information that is listed as long as the new information can be proved with an obit, photo, etc. With your help, I would like to correct it as soon as possible. Thanks for your assistance.
Added by Sharon on Nov 27, 2011 9:35 AM
|Dennis Earle||Henry J. Gardner|
Has two stones, an older vertical which would
need to be cleaned with water to read
and a flat one leaned up against his older stone
The flat stone indicates he fought for the South.
Henry J Gardner
SGT CO F 16 ARK INF.
Company F 16th Arkansas Infantry)
This matches online war records too.
Added by Dennis Earle on Aug 23, 2011 8:38 PM
|Dennis Earle||W. T. Tallant|
You had a note on your find a grave photo requeste
regarding his military service.
He is buried under a union stone
The stone is weather worn and
hard to read, but I made
most of it out there and looked
him up on the soldiers and sailors
William T. Tallant
8th Tenn. Mtd. Inf. (Union)
(I read it as 1st Tenn Mtg. Inf.
Added by Dennis Earle on Aug 23, 2011 8:14 PM
|Freda||John & Sophia Black in Bentonville Cemetery|
Thank you for the information, I have added it. I have also found their obits and added them. I transfer to kin, if you are just let me know.
Added by Freda on Jul 27, 2011 8:58 AM
|Shirley Burks Wells||Re: Opal and Wm. Edward Moore|
Robert, thank you very much for taking and adding the photos of their headstone. I really appreciate it.
Added by Shirley Burks Wells on Nov 15, 2010 5:29 PM
|SteveF||Thank you so much!|
I really want to thank you for taking photos of the headstones of my 3G-grandparents Albert Evan Cassady and Martha Ann Sibley Cassady. I appreciate is very much, and I think this is a great site for gathering info. I never would have been able to get the pictures myself. The volunteer work you do is a very generous gesture.
Added by SteveF on Jan 19, 2009 6:48 PM