|Lisa H.||David R. Green|
Traie, I think that David Green was a brother of
my grgrgrandfather. Did not know where he was.
Did not know what had happened to him.
Thank you for the info.
Added by Lisa H. on Jul 18, 2013 8:00 AM
|BT||Ransome Kile Plainview Cemetery|
Thank you for the transfer of management of Ransome Kile! He is my 3rd Great Grandfather :D
Thank you so very MUCH!!
Added by BT on Jul 13, 2013 6:10 PM
|Steve Ingram||James Baty|
Hi Traie, I have a request for a James Baty, buried in Sumner Cemetery, Arkansas. Was there a military marker for this gentlemen? I'm not able to locate his grave in this cemetery. Let me know if you have a pic of the marker or remember where the marker is. If you have a pic would you add it to his memorial. Thanks,,Steve
Added by Steve Ingram on Jul 12, 2013 9:51 AM
|Gail Black||William A. McCafferty|
Plum Run Cemetery, Clark County.....you have that he was born in 1847.....can you also list that where the dates are? Darned if I can find when he died, though!
Added by Gail Black on Jun 19, 2013 7:43 PM
|Carolyn Ellis||Henry Tucker|
I have changed it to 38th Indiana Inf. instead of 16th. Thanks. If you find any others I need to change let me know.
Added by Carolyn Ellis on May 21, 2013 1:43 PM
|Marilyn Pederson||Alpheus T. Collins|
Thanks so much for the added information about Alpheus Collins, I hadn't known about that fact, and I really appreciate you going to the trouble of finding it, and letting me know, I hope you don't mind that I added it to his memorial with the source and that it came from you. Keep up the good work, and thanks again, Marilyn
Added by Marilyn Pederson on May 07, 2013 5:03 PM
|Paula A. Tomey-Allen||RE: Elias Patrick Tomey|
I don't know. I wish I did.
Added by Paula A. Tomey-Allen on May 07, 2013 5:01 PM
|sheila wiseman||RE: Joseph Schafer pic|
Your most welcome
Added by sheila wiseman on Apr 17, 2013 11:16 AM
|Mandopkr||RE: William Evans pic|
You are most welcome.
Added by Mandopkr on Apr 14, 2013 8:53 PM
|Gail Black||Pvt James Worrall|
Hibernia Cemetery B: 1839 D; 12/2/1915
Added by Gail Black on Apr 12, 2013 4:02 PM
|Lisa and Phil||Robert Watson|
Thank You So Much!
Added by Lisa and Phil on Apr 12, 2013 5:58 AM
|James Brandenburg||Thomas Ware Photo|
Thank you so much for the photo of the memorial stone of Thomas Ware. I have 4 different spellings of the last name, lol. Gee, I guess I need to pick one.....3 are from authoritive sources ;)
Added by James Brandenburg on Apr 12, 2013 2:23 AM
|Suzanne C. Kitchen||38th Indiana Volunteers|
I have recently found a "photo album" that was handed down to my grandfather, Miley A. Graham, son of Lieut. Simpson Clark Graham, who served in the 38th Indiana Infantry. I have several autographed pictures in the album that may be useful to you. Should I just post them on the "Find a Grave" website?
Added by Suzanne C. Kitchen on Jan 28, 2013 8:32 PM
Yes, I posted the wrong picture.
I'll post a new one and try to figure out how to delete the one I did post. I didn't take a picture of the graveyard but will when I get back out there. It's in the middle of two cornfields and really hard to see. Thanks for pointing out my mistake.
Added by Kathy Reid on Jan 13, 2013 8:27 AM
|Shirley Gragg||Greenberry Suddarth|
Saw a note you entered on his correct name. Are you related? I'm a WRIGHT research and Greenberry's mother, Nancy Wright was daughter to GREENBERRY WRIGHT - whom I am seeking. Have information on him, if you are related.....sg
Added by Shirley Gragg on Jan 11, 2013 1:53 PM
|Schuylar Crist||William Thomas Johnson Death Date|
I noticed you took the pic of the grave site of William Thomas Johnson, and was curious how you came across his death date since it does not appear on the tombstone, unless I just cannot see it in the picture.I have heard the year 1913 and 1916, so am wondering if you were able to find a definitive record for it. He is my 3rd great-grandfather.
Added by Schuylar Crist on Dec 13, 2012 12:21 AM
|Don Manion||RE: Samuel Manion|
Thank you for the info on my Great Grandfather. And all the work you must have done on your book.
How do I get a copy of your book? I have several other relatives from the Crawford Co IN area and several served in the Civil War.
Again for the info.
Added by Don Manion on Dec 02, 2012 4:51 PM
|Don Manion||Samuel M Manion|
My Great Grandfather Samuel M Manion served in Co E 38th Ind Inf. He joined 18 Sep 1861 at New Albany IN and at Camp Nevin Oct 24 1961.
He was wounded ( gunshot to the right hand) at the battle of Chapin Hills 8 Oct 1862 Near Perryville Ky.
He moved to the Wichita KS area in the 1880s. He died around 1904.
I was wondering if you had found anything about him in your searches?
Thanks for all your efforts
Added by Don Manion on Nov 29, 2012 9:59 AM
|Nancy Stewart||Indiana Infantry Book|
In your research, did you come across any Doane, Doan, or Done names? Our family seems to like changing their name alot...:)
Added by Nancy Stewart on Oct 28, 2012 11:01 AM
|Nancy Stewart||RE: Isaac Briner pic|
You are welcome-it is only 4 miles from my house across Hwy 145. I have a Jeep....it likes steep hills! The location was beautiful and peaceful.
Added by Nancy Stewart on Oct 28, 2012 10:59 AM
|Wayne Baird Bond ||Henry Smith|
here are two stones we found I will post the one that fits
Wm, H Smith 1848-1928
Charles H, Smith 1872-1946
Let me know
Added by Wayne Baird Bond on Oct 24, 2012 3:33 PM
|Melody Addington||RE: Joseph Dodd pic|
You are welcome!
Added by Melody Addington on Oct 07, 2012 3:41 PM
|DAhlfield||RE: Benjamin Baker memorial|
No problem. I have that on my to-do list...maybe this winter.
I would be honored if you would transfer his memorial to me. Thank you so much!
Added by DAhlfield on Oct 05, 2012 6:08 AM
|DAhlfield||Letter sent during the war|
Just found some family history and wanted to share with someone who would appreciate it.
My GGG-Grandfather Benjamin Baker was a member of CO. F. 38 Indiana Volunteers. Upon researching him after finding the picture if his headstone you posted I found a letter sent to his widow by his commander Ben Parke Dewey --1st Leuit. advising her of his fate. He gave a physical description and described their conversation during Benjamins final hours of life. We have no pictures so you can image how exciting this is for us.
Thank you for all your hard work!
Added by DAhlfield on Sep 16, 2012 7:27 AM
|Thinkin' about Lincoln||Re: Charles Maxfield|
Hi-- I often fulfill photo requests at Lindenwood Cemetery, Fort Wayne. From their online records, it appears that he was cremated at Lindenwood's facilities but not actually buried there. You might want to check on this by calling their office (see the cemetery page). Anyhow, there are a Harriet and Martha E Maxfield buried there, in Section O, Lot 111. I did check that out, and O-111 has neither any gravestones in it nor any existing lot markers (though I can see lot markers for O-110 and O-112 on either side of it). Harriet died 1927, Martha 1956, both in their 80's.
Added by Thinkin' about Lincoln on Sep 10, 2012 10:31 PM