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John Franklin Horrighs (#48119478)
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grandmacarol
charles harness
Hi!

While searching for a different Charles Harness, I came across you memorial for Pvt. Charles McCamez Harness in Maple Hill Cemetery....or to be truthful, I came across all three of your memorials for him.

You probably don't realize there is more than one. Sometimes that stuff just happens!

I thought you would want to know so you could delete two of them and have just the one nice memorial.

Carol

Added by grandmacarol on Aug 05, 2014 8:45 AM

Kathy Gawart
Horrighs
I was wondering if you had a Picture of Gerhard Heinrich Horrighs That you would share with me . Hope to hear from you soon Thanks

Added by Kathy Gawart on Jun 14, 2014 6:12 PM

Banana ana
#115101435
Pvt Howard Mosier
Hello John Franklin Horrighs
I was wondering where you got the information on Pvt Howard Mosier from. Are you related to the Mosier Family? Any information on where Elizabeth Mosier is buried? I see it states Iowa, but where and what cemetery?
Daniel and Elizabeth Mosier were my 5th great grandparents and their daughter Minerva Mosier Boots Howard's sister was my 4th great grandmother.
Please e-mail me at barcinobetty@centurylink.net

Thank You for creating this memorial

Ana Fernandez

Added by Banana ana on Apr 14, 2014 1:03 PM

Shelby Blair and Margot Purcell
O H and Angeline Smith
Hello - I just returned from the Westville Cemetery and found the stone for O. H. Smith and Angeline Smith. She has a memorial with photo already - see #101795223. I have also added photos for both.

Added by Shelby Blair and Margot P... on Apr 01, 2014 6:58 PM

wayne boyd
RE: Pvt. Wesley W. Woodmansee
You are welcome and glad that I could help. Wayne

Added by wayne boyd on Dec 04, 2013 1:12 PM

Tina Bell
RE: Henry McNeal
You are welcome! I enjoyed doing it. The cemetery had a lot of neat looking head stones.

Added by Tina Bell on Nov 20, 2013 5:05 AM

Rob M
Sgt Eldridge
You are very welcome.

Added by Rob M on Nov 16, 2013 6:02 PM

Tammy & Timothy
Pvt. Winscott
I found Pvt. Winscott at Section D, Plot 1324, Section D, Plot 108 is a Frank Pour! Took a photo of that one as well if you would like it!

Added by Tammy & Timothy on Nov 11, 2013 1:46 PM

Patricia Sanders
RE: Calvin Pattee
You're welcome. I was glad to take the headstone photo for you.

Added by Patricia Sanders on Nov 08, 2013 2:48 PM

Dave Collier
RE: Capt. John M. Shaw
I added this memorial while transcribing a cemetery, however it is now maintained by someone else. Only information I had was what was on stone.

Added by Dave Collier on Nov 05, 2013 6:49 AM

Richard K Thompson
Wiliam H Hill update
John,
Thank you for your SAC on William H Hill. He has turned into quite a case study in what happens when young people tried different means to enter Civil War service. The various researchers have come up with various thoughts along the same lines. I've updated William's memorial once again, hopefully about the last time (just kidding, sort of!). I'll use the 1846 DOB in Brooke county, West Virginia for the memorial, but as I noted that location isn't indicated as a residence in the obits of his parents. That would be an easy omission, however.

His memorial has become rather complicated, but perhaps others will now have a better idea about his life.

Richard

Added by Richard K Thompson on Nov 04, 2013 9:06 AM

Jean Jorgensen
James Baldwin
For whatever reason, I have received about 20 e-mails regarding a photo request for James H. Baldwin at the Oak Hills Cemetery. And, they keep coming. Do you have any idea why this is happening?

Added by Jean Jorgensen on Oct 30, 2013 4:01 PM

Baxter B. Fite III
RE: Honoring Union Veterans
John, Sorry about the delay in my writing. You and I have very similiar backgrounds, at least in our interests. I started re-enacting (Confederate) in 1979 and started doing both sides in 1985. At that time, I became the unit Historian and started researching and searching for the men who served in the Union unit that we chose to portray, the 86th Illinois. Though my re-enacting days have stopped, at least for the Civil War, I still do some WWII events here and there, I still continue my search for information about the 86th and the burials sites of the men who served in it. Of the 992 men who served in the 86th Illinois, to date, I have located right at 900 of those men. About 50 of those men seem to have practically disappeared after the Civil War. The other 40 or so, I have some pretty good leads on and hope, given the time, that I will find them or that their descendants will find me. Good luck in your pursuit and Keep up the Good work. I am sure you have read my favorite poem, WHEN THE BOYS IN BLUE ARE GONE. We all must continue to tell their story for them. Take care and good hunting!! Sincerely, Baxter

Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Oct 22, 2013 5:38 AM

Jerry Huffman
James Harrigan
Hi John,
I added a screenshot obit to photos.

Regards, Jerry

Added by Jerry Huffman on Oct 18, 2013 4:22 PM

Cheryl Ayres
Re: Amsi Mervin Conklin
I thank you for sharing information about my 3rd great grandfather. The cemetery office has no record of him buried there but I have an order for a military headstone for him which was supposedly sent to Oakwood, it is so mysterious where he is buried. Oakwood was opened in June 1872 2 months after his death. I have left him in Oakwood because of the Headstone order. I understand there is another cemetery in Parson,Labette,KS which is older & he may be buried there but I have yet to learn the name of the cemetery, this information came from a volunteer who tried to get a photo of his grave, she was supposed to go back to the courthouse & check the records for this cemetery but she never got back to me.

Added by Cheryl Ayres on Oct 12, 2013 2:46 PM

Remo
RE: Pvt. Ethelbert Edmond.
I sometimes am in the right place at the right time - concerning lighting.

Added by Remo on Sep 29, 2013 6:46 PM

Rick
RE: Pvt. Wm.Meskimen
Hi. I just want to say thanks for your mail thanking me . I do care and your mail came just at the right time . Later Rick

Added by Rick on Sep 28, 2013 12:27 PM

Thomas Perkins
RE: Welcome Switzer
You're welcome. I also took a photo of his parents gravestones which I'll post tonight.

Added by Thomas Perkins on Sep 27, 2013 12:59 PM

Dawn Albrecht Wade Vesely
RE: Silas Hoon
your welcome, I do try to always get the GAR stars or anything like that that may be there. Anything else I can do, please let us know

Dawn/John Vesely

Added by Dawn Albrecht Wade Vesely on Sep 23, 2013 7:52 AM

Lina
RE: Jesse Winchell
It makes me so happy to help! I'm glad I found it so easily that day!

Added by Lina on Sep 21, 2013 6:16 AM

Stoneseeker
Nancy Jane Bagley Morgan
Thanks so much for the information for Nancy. I really appreciate it!!

Added by Stoneseeker on Sep 06, 2013 10:01 PM

I Remember When
Samuel Hendricks Ollinger
Thank you so much for the information you provided for the page. Its been added.

Added by I Remember When on Sep 06, 2013 4:11 PM

CelticKyss
RE: JeHue Fry
thank you!

Added by CelticKyss on Sep 06, 2013 2:49 PM

Jane Mitchell
H.W. Snyder
transfer is done jane

Added by Jane Mitchell on Aug 24, 2013 7:24 PM

Brian Backes
RE: Sgt. Benjamin G. Cunningham
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could help out.

Brian Backes

Added by Brian Backes on Aug 23, 2013 10:38 PM

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