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Helen Wilson (#48227261)
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Karl Stelly
RE: Alden Cunningham
Hi Helen,

Most, if not all, states had their own special buttons on the uniforms of their soldiers they sent to the war. That's how men who were not known by name at least were able to be categorized by which state they fought under during the Civil War.

Hope this helps,
Karl

Added by Karl Stelly on Nov 25, 2013 4:37 PM

Karl Stelly
RE: Alden Cunningham
Hi Helen,

Yes. Within each state plot, there are known and unknown soldiers buried. When known, their name, company, and regiment are engraved on the stones. If the stone is marked "Unknown," the burial is not identified, but the state he was from is known. There were 979 soldiers buried in the National Cemetery in 1863 that were unidentified by name, nor was their state known. These bodies were placed in the "Unknown" sections. Their graves are marked only with small granite stones with a number on it.

Regards,
Karl

Added by Karl Stelly on Nov 24, 2013 8:31 PM

Barbara Samans
RE: Cord Stahl
Hi Helen, No, No relationship to Cord. I live out that way and was talking pictures for people on find a grave and took some extras while there Mine could could see a bit better so I posted it. You might want to contact or go to this site and see if you can find out more info regarding this CORD.

http://www.livermorehistory.com/

I had a man from here contact me once a few months ago about a relative he saw that I had on ancestry.com who happened to be buried at their local pioneer cemetery. I had not know this relative to have ever been out west. I mean the man in question was born in 1840 in VT!! Seems as tho he did and even served in the Civil War in CA for two months.. Found the name of his commanding officer as well as a record of his two months of service. He even built the old building which later became the City Hall of Livermore but when he built it it was the Bank of Livermore. He died in 1890 however and his wife and son(son born in Livermore0 moved back to NY to live out their lives. Too cool. and who knew/ Wish my mom was still with me so I could tell her. She always go so excited with news like this!! LOL :) (AS do I I might add LOL) Good luck. I am sure there could be a relation here. Check it out and let me know if you find one to CA.... Barb :)

Added by Barbara Samans on Oct 22, 2013 3:54 PM

Paula G Fowler
RE: Flora Fowler Bickford
good luck her whole family is in wildwood cemetery I did the whole grave yard took picture of stone and filed them if she remarried and you know her name I could look her up in my files but she not on with her 1st husband.
glad to help when I can

Added by Paula G Fowler on Sep 12, 2013 1:54 PM

Paula G Fowler
RE: Flora Fowler Bickford
found this don't know if its her she may have taking back her maiden name this would of made her 78 when she passed. because it is Randolph Bickford I sent the stone of him born in 1895 but don't know who Josephine is buried with him.

Name: Florence B Fowler
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 12 Sep 1975
Event Place: Newburyport, Massachusetts
Certificate Number: 049177
Birth Date:
Birthplace: New Hampshire

Added by Paula G Fowler on Sep 11, 2013 1:50 PM

Paula G Fowler
RE: Flora Fowler Bickford
sent you a e-mail hope you got it.

Added by Paula G Fowler on Sep 10, 2013 7:24 AM

 
 

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