|Edward O. Page||RE: Richard Morton Pratt|
You are most welcome!
Sorry to be so long in posting.
Thank you for your request.
Added by Edward O. Page on Jul 18, 2014 6:34 AM
|Rick Weaver||RE: Josiah R Webster|
You're welcome! I agree - these older stones are fading fast and need to be documented before they are totally unreadable. I'm happy to have been able to help.
Added by Rick Weaver on Jul 18, 2014 4:55 AM
|Kathy Brick||RE: Wm Blood & Ira Keith|
You're Welcome Sabina,
I was happy to fill your request.
Added by Kathy Brick on Jul 07, 2014 4:32 PM
|Linda||RE: Lyman B Wood|
You are very welcome!
Added by Linda on Jul 07, 2014 4:22 AM
|Thomas Dunne||Mary Shaw|
I did take a photo of Mary's stone, and of both stones as they are laying. I will put both photo's on Mary Shaw's listing.
Added by Thomas Dunne on Jul 06, 2014 3:17 PM
|Kathy Brick||RE: Harvey Green|
You're Welcome Sabina,
I was glad that I could fill your request.
Added by Kathy Brick on Jul 06, 2014 6:01 AM
|Charles Baker||Sidney Orcutt|
Sidney Orcutt Matthew Getz let me know that he could not find a marker for Sidney nor his wife. NH death records indicate he was buried in East Denmark. I added the listing from the MOCA inventory for OxDen13. I made updates to the memorials. He is a Civil War vet from Company K, Vermont 13th Infantry Regiment.
I will be in Maine in August and will plan to stop by an take a look myself.
Added by Charles Baker on Jul 05, 2014 6:53 PM
|david ford||RE: George Keese|
you are welcome alot of the part of sec 41a is geting overgrown i dint want to say that in the prob to scare any future seekers (=
Added by david ford on Jun 20, 2014 10:20 PM
|wlinzer||RE: William W Heath|
You're welcome. He was really hard to find - I'd almost given up when I spied one last stone with a gazillion people listed on it, and there he was. The black flies were voracious!
Added by wlinzer on Jun 16, 2014 5:01 AM
|Bill DeFlorio||RE: Alonzo D. Clapp|
Thank you Sabrina, I appreciate the comment. Glad I could help out.
Added by Bill DeFlorio on Jun 15, 2014 6:30 PM
|Kandi Lard||Theodore Wilbur Thomas|
Theodore Wilbur Thomas please check his page again added another picture...
Added by Kandi Lard on Jun 06, 2014 8:11 AM
|Kandi Lard||RE: Theodore Wilbur Thomas|
Your welcome, glad I could help
Added by Kandi Lard on Jun 04, 2014 8:18 AM
|wlinzer||RE: Pvt Henry G. Wright|
Added by wlinzer on Jun 03, 2014 4:28 AM
|FutureAncestor||RE: D. Orlando Dyer|
You are most welcome..... I added a few more Dyer family members that were on the same lot.
Added by FutureAncestor on May 29, 2014 2:01 PM
|Anne ||RE: Grave photos|
Very glad I can help! Anytime!
Added by Anne on May 27, 2014 6:10 PM
|Anne ||RE: Benjamin Charles Gleason|
Very welcome..very glad to help.
Added by Anne on May 24, 2014 7:18 PM
Don't know what happened there. Do you have an email address that I can send Paula's info to you? It's about 2 pages of the information she collected. Both of us have been swamped the last month to get the bio write-up done. But I will add that there is no headstone and what Mr. Krick thought.
Added by DKMac on May 23, 2014 12:39 PM
|DKMac||RE: Sardine Marks|
Between traveling and family matters i forgot I hadn't finished his bio. Paula Barret (she researches Civil War guys from her home town in ME) researched his Civil War record and talked with a historian that is familiar with battles in that area. He told her that Sardine had no headstone nor was there a record for him; however, a lot of the soldiers that died in that battle were buried in mass graves and not recorded. He also said that the unit Sardine was in took a lot of casualties. Give me a couple of days and I'll go back through my correspondence with Paula and pull the info together and I will send you the results.
If you manage a site for Vermont Civil War soldiers, you could manage Sardine's memorial if you would like. My interest is the Hyland line. Sardine's brother Clarence Marks (his mother was a Hyland)had connections with my direct line. Since that branch died out with the death of Clarence, I felt the least that could be done was a memorial put up for Sardine since he died defending the Union. From what I have learned about his family, I think he lived a short, tumultuous life.
Added by DKMac on May 22, 2014 6:06 PM
|MT EJ||William Buckley|
I have searched (by walking the grounds) of the Custer National Cemetery in Montana for William Buckley without luck. However, there is a William Barkley located in the area of the cemetery where the year of death is close. Could this be him?
Added by MT EJ on May 22, 2014 4:50 PM
I wish I could have been more help!
Added by The Wraith on May 19, 2014 12:54 PM
|wlinzer||RE: John Atwood Huckins|
You are welcome - glad I could help. I had trouble with another request of yours - Oramal Willey - but I will try again next week. Happy hunting!
Added by wlinzer on May 18, 2014 6:03 AM
|Nikki Browne||RE: Eber Jenkins|
You're very welcome !
Added by Nikki Browne on May 17, 2014 7:48 PM
|Artaxerxes||RE: Peavey graves|
Thanks for the kind words, Sabina.
What my rather poor photo doesn't show is the U.S. Navy and World War II on Lawrence Peavey, Sr.'s memorial.
Added by Artaxerxes on May 15, 2014 10:54 AM
How can there be more than one "Zebulon Green"? Ha! I assumed that was one-of-a-kind!
Anyway, I was happy to take this photo, because this Zebulon Green was originally buried in the now-defunct Lebanon Cemetery, and later removed to Philadelphia National. The old Lebanon Cemetery was a historic African-American cemetery in Philadelphia that no longer exists, and I know some people who are interested in documenting the United States Colored Troops (USCT). No doubt someone else will appreciate this photo. It's a treat, and I'm glad you found it helpful, if only in a process-of-elimination kind of way.
I do photo restorations by trade. If you have any damaged photos that you'd like to have prepared for display, visit my site at RestorationsByTim.com. Drop me a line. Follow me on social media, etc. Cheers!
Added by RestorationsByTim on May 15, 2014 9:33 AM
|Artaxerxes||RE: Peavey graves|
I found the memorial for Lawrence Peavey, Sr. next to the family stone (and under a bush). Had to edge it a bit.
I know this isn't the one you were looking for . .
Added by Artaxerxes on May 15, 2014 8:30 AM