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Janet
James C. Fitch
What is your source for the edit you submitted?

Added by Janet on Jul 02, 2016 3:36 PM

Chris & Sally Baughn
RE: Photo of Wm M Boughan on Ebay
Laura,

Thanks so much for the heads up on the ebay item!

William Madison Boughan was my 1st Cousin 4 time removed. I too have copied the photo and other info. It finally sold for $90. I know of about a dozen descendants of William -- I do hope one of them got the item.

Thanks again for the info -- just too rich for my budget.

Chris Baughn

Added by Chris & Sally Baughn on Jun 17, 2016 6:42 PM

Northern Neighbors
William Fitch
The title "Capt" was from his whaling days, not a military title.

Added by Northern Neighbors on Jun 17, 2016 5:07 AM

LNM
RE: Preston Layman #40584147
Thanks - it has been posted.

Added by LNM on Apr 22, 2016 12:50 PM

Peggy Reynolds
RE: 16th Georgia
Do you have Eias Sanders Dyar's picture? It is on the Civil War talk site, "uniforms of the civil war. He was officer of the 16th, company C. I copied him off Internet, too. Bailey brothers and 3 Sanders brothers,( my 3x great uncles.) Wish I had a copy of Ira Jones Edwards as a solder in that group. I have one as an older man. "Little Grandpa," he was called, about 5'2""! Maybe repeating myself. Thank you for your time! Peggy.

Added by Peggy Reynolds on Apr 17, 2016 6:43 PM

Peggy Reynolds
16th
You asked me about a Reynolds, Abner? Don't have first name in front of me. Looking for other Reynolds on my line. Hartwell, Elbert area, of Ga. Reynolds: Dad, James T., 1914, his Dad, JWT, his, John Middleton, his, James Washington. All in Cedar Creek Baptist cemetery, Hartwell, Ga. Don't have much on any other Reynolds. Abner was a cool guy! Read after you mentioned. My 16th co., C relatives: Ira Jones Edwards ,(my great x2,) his brother, TJ, Elias Sanders Dyar, ( a ?x great uncle,) handsome!, Bobo guys, Skelton, Capt., and other Skelton, Sanders: Swan, James, Thomas, and one more are greats x? Uncles . Maybe more, or all ! Lol! Picture seen of Elias Sanders Dyar, J. Hamp Skeleton, and I have older one of Ira J. Edwards," Little Grandpa." He walked all way from Elmira Prison; his family saw him walking up their long driveway after @3 years away. 5' 2'' tall. Long beard, as my Mom would comb it while he carved faces in dried apples, or whittled on peach pits!
Skelton, Vickery , Phillips, Scott, Bobo, Hamm, Edwards, Sanders, Reynolds, Carter, Cardin, Maxwell, McGee are some of my line. Love to hear you sometime. Peggy

Added by Peggy Reynolds on Apr 14, 2016 1:34 PM

Bryan Chandler
RE: 16th GA Inf. Madison County Greys
Will have to look at my info. It may be a few days. Is there an email address which I can respond to? If so, please contact me at my email address.

Added by Bryan Chandler on Mar 25, 2016 5:29 PM

Bryan Chandler
16th GA Inf. Madison County Greys
John Louis Chandler also served in the 16th. His memorial number is 107936172.

Added by Bryan Chandler on Mar 25, 2016 2:51 PM

Peggy Reynolds
re: Reynolds
No, All my relatives are from Hartwell Ga. John Middleton Reynolds, my great grandfather, was in Ga. Reserves, at last year of war at age 17. Can't think of the #. My 4 great uncle was Elias Sanders Dyar, 2nd lt. And promoted to Capt. Of the 16th, co.c. My childhood name is Reynolds. I don't have my info with me now to get # right. Who are your family / ancestors? I live in SC, now. All relatives are from Hartwell Ga. and area. 3 Sander's brothers in a picture of the 16th. Thank you. Peggy

Added by Peggy Reynolds on Mar 19, 2016 5:19 PM

Peggy Reynolds
16th
I have many relatives from the 16th. 1. Ira Jones Edwards was my 3 great grandfather( his son William Ira, his daughter, Nannie , her daughter, Meta Alice Edwards Sanders, my mom, Carol Sanders, 2. Elias Sanders Dyar, my great great uncle. The 3 Sanders brothers, James, Swan, and Benjamin., 3 great uncles. Their uncle was the Capt. John Skelton., brother of my great great grandmom. May have more! My dad was James Thomas Reynolds of Hartwell, Ga.

Added by Peggy Reynolds on Mar 16, 2016 4:45 PM

Floyd L. Owsley
Adam Rankin Alexander (1781-1848) photo
The photo you added to the Adam Rankin Alexander (1781-1848) Memorial page is actually a photo of his grandson, Eben Alexander (born 1851). Please see the following website: http://genealogytrails.com/ncar/orange/bios1.html

Thanks.

Added by Floyd L. Owsley on Mar 15, 2016 11:27 AM

rhondajo
S. J. Moncrief
Do you know his first and middle names?

Added by rhondajo on Mar 06, 2016 7:34 PM

Ms.Nana
Hiram James Adolphus Washington Bushrod Cox
Correction on my gg grandfathers name. Ancestry.com had it wrong! I compared census records and matched him up. He's from the Cox-Hardigree family. Nova Lemmons has him in her book. It's a unusual name and a long one! I understand why he signed everything H.J.Cox :) Tania

Added by Ms.Nana on Feb 27, 2016 7:25 AM

Ms.Nana
Lt. H..J. Cox
I'm searching for photos now,I recieved information from the Southern Historical Society on my Facebook page,that he's in Civil War magazine issues. H.J. Cox was in many well known battles. (Including Gettysburg and Fredericksburg.) The 16th Georgia Regiment Co B of Jackson Co are looking into the matter of why H.J. Cox has no marker at House Cemetery in Barrow Co Ga where his wife is buried. She has a marker. H.J.'S obit says hes buried at the House burying ground. I'll find photo's and more answers soon hopefully. Sincerely, Tania

Added by Ms.Nana on Feb 24, 2016 7:23 AM

Eve
J.M. Karr
Thank you so much for that information. It is very much appreciated. :)

~Eve~

Added by Eve on Feb 24, 2016 2:30 AM

Ms.Nana
Lt. Hiram Johnson Cox
Hello there, I've found lots of info on my gg grandfather of the 16th Ga Reg. It's really amazing. You should check it out. Sincerely,Tania

Added by Ms.Nana on Feb 23, 2016 8:09 AM

Q Taylor
Francis Butterfield
Thank you for the information on Francis, I will pass it along.

Added by Q Taylor on Feb 08, 2016 5:39 AM

Bonnie Hoy
James S Griswold
I do not know for sure, will check to see if they put a flag on his grave site.

Added by Bonnie Hoy on Feb 06, 2016 2:05 PM

Wayne Carver
RE: Lt Col Edwin Brink
Thanks for adding the picture of Col Brink!
Also would like the back marks.
carverwc@ec.rr.com
Again, THANKS!

Added by Wayne Carver on Jan 13, 2016 3:27 AM

48069415
RE: William Webster Vaughn #11371477
I have talked to my source in VA. He said hospital records say he died at hospital in Charlottesville and was buried at confederate cemetery there as was the practice at time. There is a plaque there w/ his name and date of death which is where he got info for memorial. Not likely that he was returned to battle site for burial. Is possible that there is a plague at Ettrell at site of battle memorializing those who died or subsequently died there w/o bodies actually being buried there. He is NOT familiarw/ Ettrell site BUT is very knowledgeable of confederate cemetery at University of VA, SO the one at Etrell must be a cenotaph since there are records of him at hospital. Other than that I do not know. Have never been there. In addition, there are none of the other names of Etrell list in article with him buried at U of VA which gives credence that he was sent to hospital and later died there.
Ann

Added by 48069415 on Jan 03, 2016 3:17 PM

48069415
RE: William Webster Vaughn #11371477
I have that he was wounded and taken to Chancellorsville Hospital where he later died and buried in University of VA confederate Cemetery. There is a memorial with his name on it there along with others in his company that had the same demise. I am having the records checked there to be sure. It is very possible that there is a marker at both places as a memorial for those who died as a result of battle. He would NOT have been taken back to battle site to be buried AFTER being taken to hospital. I'll let you know what I find out.
Ann

Added by 48069415 on Jan 01, 2016 7:56 AM

Danny J Phillips
RE: Osborne C Cole # 18345536
The photo was provided by a family member.
Yes, Osborne is my GGgrandfather.
Osborne,
daughter, Nicy Anne married William R Phillips,
Son, James William Phillips, son, Emmett G Phillips, me.

Danny Phillips
Valrico, Fl.

Added by Danny J Phillips on Dec 30, 2015 7:57 AM

Suellen
Picture you added
You put a nice picture on Pvt Thomas B. Hobbs's memorial that shows names of some soldiers buried in Washington Confederate Cemetery. Could you please put the same picture on the memorial I created for my relative, Pvt. Benjamin Mathews? He's also buried in the cemetery, and his name is in there. I'd appreciate it! Thanks.

Added by Suellen on Oct 28, 2015 8:54 AM

Darrell Landrum
M S Fowler
Hello, indeed, his burial record is in the Diuguid Funeral Home's ledger as 1/28/1863. I posted a photo of his grave marker to your memorial if you would like to use it for your book, I would just ask to be given credit. If there are other gentlemen from the unit you are researching and I have posted photos, you are welcome to them as well.

Best regards,
Darrell Landrum
Lynchburg, Virginia

Added by Darrell Landrum on Aug 09, 2015 3:17 AM

RAChistory
RE: Redington photo
Thanks for the info, I'm about to punch through all of those links you sent. I'm also going to head down to Crampton's Gap very soon. Local guides are available? Have any recommendations on where to find one? Thanks again.

Added by RAChistory on Jul 06, 2015 1:16 PM

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