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Baxter B. Fite III (#47203738)
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Alice
RE: John Waugler, Co. G, 86th Illinois
If I find any info, I'll send it your way.

Added by Alice on Dec 21, 2014 1:12 PM

Linda Stockton
John McCoy
Thanks for noticing the birth year. Sorry for my misreading it. I have corrected it.

Added by Linda Stockton on Dec 19, 2014 7:38 PM

babs
RE: James W. Tandy, Co. A, 86th Illinois
Baxter, did you get the obit I sent?

Added by babs on Dec 18, 2014 8:38 AM

babs
RE: James W. Tandy, Co. A, 86th Illinois
Baxter, You did get his obit didn't you? Rob Mitchell found by going to Louisville Free Public library website...www.lfpl.org

Added by babs on Dec 11, 2014 11:07 AM

Dan Ryan
RE: Earl W. Kloppman
You're welcome Baxter, have a safe holiday!!!
Dan R.

Added by Dan Ryan on Dec 09, 2014 12:57 PM

babs
RE: James W. Tandy, Co. A, 86th Illinois
I'm not an expert by any means when it comes to researching military. But my first question is have you contacted Zachery Taylor National Cemetery here in Louisville...502-893-3852 They are the ones that have the records for soldiers buried in Cave Hill. Cave Hill maintains the grounds but Z.T. manages it. CH was asked to donate burial space during the war...more than once I've been told.

If I can clear some time I'd be glad to check the library's newspaper records. Did he die here in Louisville? Any additional info I might need to know?

And when it comes to Fold 3 I have found very little on my own family.

Babs

Added by babs on Nov 30, 2014 8:28 PM

Danny & Judy Ard
Sgt Eber Hall Hotchkin
Sgt Eber Hall Hotchkin Memorial# 61246304 io have post hte picture that you requested

Added by Danny & Judy Ard on Nov 29, 2014 2:21 PM

Satter3380
Transfer
I have transferred Anna E. "Annie" Krisher Kimzey to you.

Added by Satter3380 on Nov 24, 2014 9:14 AM

Christina
Almena King in Ferncliff
Sec D Lot 125
Hubert Pontius d1943
Robert King d1917
Harriet King d1906
Margaret King d1886
Thomas King d1888
Almena Warrick d1941
George Warrick d1934
Warrick unknown date
Catherine Caldwell d1864
David King d1845
Lola King d1964
R Leffler King d1935
Almena King d1878
Mary King d1907
David King d1926
Belle King d1944
Noble King d1949
Elizabeth Brain d1986
Charles Brain d1965

Added by Christina on Nov 17, 2014 8:05 PM

Christina
Mary Gotwald in Ferncliff Cemetery
Sec D Lot 124
S Jennie King d1927
Robert Gotwald d1932
Mary Gotwald d1957
George Cummings d1969
Glenn Cummings d1951
Almena Cummings d1962
Charles Young d1942
Mary Young d1966
William Gotwald d1932
Julia Gotwald d1927
David Gotwald d1924
Almena King d 1878
Mary Pontius d1960
Luther Gotwald d1900
Mary Gotwald d1919
Charles Gotwald d1875
Luther Gotwald d1881
William Gotwald d1888

Added by Christina on Nov 16, 2014 5:13 PM

Dan Ryan
RE: Barrick Family in Springdale
You're welcome, always glad to help you out.
Had a little trouble locating John & Katherine, after following the map it led me to George W. Barrick 1849-1931, & Emarine V. 1850-1928. Might try to take a run out there & give it another look.
Could these two be family?
Dan R.

Added by Dan Ryan on Nov 16, 2014 6:55 AM

Dan Ryan
Photo Request
Baxter,
It seems Jack ended up being buried with his dad as per Springdale. Here is part of the email:
Jack Barrick (1917 DOD 11/28/1917) He was only 10 days old when he died. When he died, he was buried in North Hill, Section 3, Lot 1349.
When John M. Barrick, Jr., died (DOD 4/19/1930) He was 40 yrs., 8 mo., & 27 days old. He was buried in Hillcrest, Section E, Lot 4851, Grave 1. (At this time, Jack Barrick (DOD 1917) was moved from the North Hill location to be in the same grave as John M. Barrick, Jr

Dan R.

Added by Dan Ryan on Nov 15, 2014 8:27 PM

Marty
RE: Benda Hindbaugh, Elmwood Cemetery
I added a photo today, about where I think Section F Plot 71 is located. I used a small shepherd hook with a yellow butterfly attached, I borrowed it from another gave,(which I put back after I took the photo) In this section of F there are a lot of single burials and unmarked graves..
I saw the newspaper clipping you added, at least there is something to show she lived, even if she doesn't have a marker...
Marty
Mexico, MO

Added by Marty on Nov 10, 2014 4:39 PM

Dan Ryan
RE: Kate Poppen & Helena Barrick
Hello Baxter,
It's been too long since I last had contact with you, hope all is well.
The rest of the "Poppen" requests are inside the mausoleum so I will get them in the A.M.

Take care,
Dan R.

Added by Dan Ryan on Nov 08, 2014 5:38 PM

Marty
RE: Benda Hindbaugh, Elmwood Cemetery
I will go out Monday and take a photo of the area she is buried in.. I just live a mile from the cemetery...
Marty
Mexico, MO

Added by Marty on Nov 08, 2014 10:16 AM

Michael Curry
RE: Jacob Sarver, Co C, 86th Illinois
You are welcome for everything.
Mike

Added by Michael Curry on Oct 31, 2014 6:49 AM

Debra
Samuel Dunawain, Co. B, 85th Illinois
Thanks Baxter, Wow, nothing short of a miracle. Thanks for sharing this fascinating story. All is well, Mom and I just read "Killer Angels" about the Battle of Gettysburg. Mom would like nothing better than to be able to give Robert E. Lee a piece of her mind!
Thanks again!
Debra

Added by Debra on Oct 27, 2014 1:16 PM

MidwestMom ♥
Swendeman marriage
SWENDEMAN, WILLIAM, & COLENSWORTH, FRANCIS M LIVINGSTON 08/11/1898

This record found in Livingston County marriages. Thought maybe you would like to add it. Pam

Added by MidwestMom ♥ on Oct 20, 2014 11:42 PM

MidwestMom ♥
RE: William Swanderman, Co. H, 77th Illinois
Hi, I got your message. Thanks for the kind words!

I do live a few blocks from where William rests. I'm going back to get a better picture as soon as I can. I'll keep my eyes open for an obit, and check some sources around here.

I enjoy history, just never enough time to do all I want to do! Thanks again! Pam

Added by MidwestMom ♥ on Oct 19, 2014 5:26 PM

Janet
Civil War vet
Hi Baxter,
I found you as a reference on One Foot in the Grave page for memorial #40029406 George James Wilkinson. I believe he was Capt Co B 103rd Illinois rather than what is on the memorial. Also, according to records he died Sept 23 rather than Sept 28. Thanks for any help.
Janet

Added by Janet on Oct 17, 2014 8:20 PM

Alton & Loudonia
William Parker

Just wanted to add that after looking at my photos, William H. and wife are buried next to Dr. W. P. Parker and Emma is on the other side.

Added by Alton & Loudonia on Oct 15, 2014 8:10 AM

Alton & Loudonia
W. Parker
Have transfered to you to maintained. I know no more than you, about him. I lived in a comunity next to Parker Florida, growing up. Had heard of the Parkers, along with the Martin Family. Well known families. The reason we list is a hobby so others may find. It makes our day when we get an email saying we have done what we set out to do.

Added by Alton & Loudonia on Oct 14, 2014 7:26 AM

Angelic Long Wilmouth
RE: James L. Burkhalter, Co. F, 86th Illinois
Hi Baxter! Great hearing from you :) I am so glad Capt. Burkhalter was found! The City of Galesburg does a horrible job with their record keeping on their cemeteries. I hope this finds you & yours doing well.
Take care :)

Added by Angelic Long Wilmouth on Oct 11, 2014 7:42 AM

Cecily Bishop
RE: Private William Mills Organ, Co. E, 86th Illinois
Baxter, unfortunately I live in Wisconsin and was visiting Wheatland for research on my family. I doubt I'll be returning.

I read every marker and didn't find any for Organ. There were several that were illegible (including 2 for my ancestors)and at least one where it appeared that a stone had once sat. There were some broken pieces in a corner of the cemetery which I did not investigate (it was very cold and windy the day I was there).

Cecily

Added by Cecily Bishop on Oct 07, 2014 1:08 PM

J S
RE: Richard and Terreca Scanlon
Hi Baxter,

I have run into road blocks for both of my G-G-Grandmothers husbands. Flemming may have been in the soldier and sailors home in Quincy, Il for a time. No record of his burial was found there though. He did live into the 1900's. I know his great-grand-daughter and she has told me this, but she never knew him or what happened to him. His daughter didn't want anything to do with him, because of his drinking.
Welch died around 1895. He mustered out as Sergeant in Selma,AL in 1866. When he married my G-G-Grandmother he was a constable for the Peoria, Il Police ( in 1880). By this time they had both been married 2 times each. He may be with one of his other families. I am working on this angle.

In any of your research have you found a John Scanlon (Scantlin or possibly Scanlan) who may have been in the Civil War from the Peoria area and may have died or killed in 1864/65? This is someone I cannot find.

Added by J S on Sep 24, 2014 7:55 PM

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