|Karl Stelly||RE: David O Tritsch, Gettysburg Nat Cem|
That is interesting. My guess is that he is buried at Gettysburg, and the stone at Deer Creek would be a memorial stone. We have several memorial stones at Gettysburg here, but those all have "In Memory Of" at the top of the stone. That would be my guess.
Added by Karl Stelly on Oct 26, 2014 9:11 AM
|Sandy||Clyde Capps 98186099|
Did you finish putting all the info on his gravesite? I can't remember if I replied to your request.
Added by Sandy on Oct 18, 2014 3:52 PM
|Carole Thomason||Ed Horner|
Thank you for the picture of the grave of Ed Horner! You are very kind to do this, and I especially like the description of the grave's location. Thank you again!!!
Added by Carole Thomason on Oct 08, 2014 7:53 AM
|B24CoPilotNiece||RE: Robert Varney|
Hi thank you. Stand by, please and I'll be glad to look into each of these to obtain some information about what happened to them.
Added by B24CoPilotNiece on Sep 04, 2014 10:40 PM
|Carol STEVENS||RE: LTC Reuben Loomis|
From the little that I remember reading, LtC Reuben LOOMIS was shot in one place & died some time later in another place. I believe he was shot in a battle in Upshur County, WV and died a week or a month later as a result of this wound. I'd appreciate your research input because accuracy is my main goal and I shall also do more research on my Loomis family. I have 2 Reuben Loomis ancestors and so I've always been interested in this other Reuben Loomis. (always seemed to be only 1 LtColonel Reuben LOOMIS)
Added by Carol STEVENS on Mar 08, 2014 3:33 PM
|Beth Austin||RE: Flowers Cemetery - Kilmichael|
Steve, his marker is at Flowers Cemetery in Kilmichael. I will look at my pictures to see who his marker is by. It is a very small cemetery and should be easy to locate the marker.
Added by Beth Austin on Aug 15, 2012 8:45 PM
|Tammie and Edward Georgen||RE: Camp Beauregard|
1. Head west on Walnut St toward Nelson Tripp Pl
2. Keep right at the fork
3. Turn right onto Lake St
4. Take the 1st right onto KY-307/Mears St
Continue to follow KY-307
5. Take the 1st left onto Kentucky Ave/Martin L King Jr Dr
6. Continue onto Mayfield Rd
7. Continue onto US-45 N
8. Turn right onto State Hwy 2422
9. Turn left to stay on State Hwy 2422
10. Slight left to stay on State Hwy 2422
Destination will be on the right
Added by Tammie and Edward Georgen on Jun 28, 2012 6:50 PM
|Ed Cline||2nd Missouri|
Thanks, I try to track them down with any info that they might have given when they signed up and then I try to follow them on census' before and after the war. It must have been tough for them.
Added by Ed Cline on Jun 22, 2012 8:14 PM
|Anita White||Joel P Hill|
I am researching the Carpenter family
Joel P hill married Frances Carpenter
before marriage to Emily Martin
Do you have any info on Frances Carpenter??
this is what I have;
Frances Carpenter b. 1808 d. 12 Sep 1832
daughter of Reuben Carpenter & Mary Butler
Added by Anita White on Jun 20, 2012 2:04 PM
|Tranquillas Wings||RE: Message sent to me|
I apologize for the confusion. I meant to ask you to link Wylie (Victoria's brother) to his parents: Rev. Carson Pate Reed #13903732 and Tranquilla Tyrold Jenkins Reed #15588870.
Added by Tranquillas Wings on Dec 03, 2011 2:44 AM
|Ed Cline||Col. Robert McCulloch|
Yes thank you for the info. My Greatgreat -something- grandfather and his son rode in the 2nd Missouri. If you visit my findagrave site you will see where I have tried to find where the men of the 2nd were buried. Some scatered after the war, some went home and tried to resume their lives.
Added by Ed Cline on Nov 19, 2011 5:27 AM
|marie||yes, it is me.|
I'm sorry ~ I just assumed you approached the Cole memorials through the link to the virtual Minter City cemetery and knew who marie was.
If you haven't seen all the people I have "collected" in one place, take a look. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=vcsr&GSvcid=124741
Added by marie on Jul 04, 2011 9:26 PM
|marie||N F Cole and family|
I will transfer your family to you. Did not know you were a member here.
Added by marie on Jul 04, 2011 12:06 PM
|John Bauer||RE: Jimmie Lee Leatherwood|
Steve, my contact at NARA is Rebecca Sharp (email@example.com). Veterans' records may not be her department, but she could direct your enquiry. It will likely be someone here in St Louis, where military records are kept. http://www.archives.gov/st-louis/military-personnel/
I contacted them once for anything they had on a great-grand-uncle during WWI. But most military records perished in a fire, so all they had was a pay stub, which I didn't consider worth the cost associated with copying and mailing it. You may have better luck with Jim's records, since he served after the time of the fire. The next-of-kin issue may be problematic, but ask Rebecca. Good luck, Steve!
Added by John Bauer on Jul 03, 2011 6:29 PM
|John Bauer||RE: Jimmie Lee Leatherwood|
Steve, I'm quite impressed at your effort. No, I'm not affiliated with the film or Belgian website, but I was captivated by their story after seeing the film, and learning of their sacrifice. So being a Find-a-Grave member, I assembled 10 out of the 11 memorials, which I now steward. I included whatever info and photos I could (with permission from their owners). But let me update Jimmie's further with his daughter and grandson's details. This prompts relatives to get in touch sometimes. I'll email you my email address. I'd welcome anything else you know. And thanks for your tireless efforts!
Added by John Bauer on Jul 02, 2011 7:25 PM
|John Bauer||Jimmie Lee Leatherwood|
Steve, thanks for the inputs. I updated Jimmie's memorial to include them. May I ask where and how you learned more about Jimmie? Little is known of several of the Wereth Eleven, despite their incredible bravery.
Added by John Bauer on Jul 02, 2011 6:18 PM