Thanks for the marker photo for Ann Renfroe.
Added by Jones on Feb 05, 2016 7:44 PM
|Jason Presley||RE: Pvt John Charles Slocumb #10501837|
If you click on the cemetery name and look at the other photos of the cemetery, you'll see a photo with a flagpole. In an arc, facing the flag, are about 30 similar period Veterans Affairs stones. The memorial was placed by the Wabash Chapter of the DAR in 1964. They might be able to provide more information.
|G Brown||RE: Reid Brodie and Reid Brodie Jr|
You are welcome! When I fulfill a photo request that has a family stone, I usually take photos of the entire family just in case. I'm glad it worked out:)
Added by G Brown on Jan 15, 2016 3:48 PM
|Ancestry/searcher||RE: Ida Leverett|
You are very welcome. We also posted photos of Remer and Frieda Leverett, whose graves were on the east side of the large Leverett marker. As you can see by Thomas' marker, it was quite covered over. Glad to be able to let the sun shine on him again.
If you would like any other photos, please just let us know.
Paula and Doug Smith
|G Brown||RE: Photo of Mabel H Brodie|
You are welcome. Glad I could help:)
Added by G Brown on Jan 08, 2016 8:57 AM
|Darrell Landrum||RE: Pvt Houston L Todd|
You are certainly welcome. It is my honor to help identify all of the men in the Confederate section. I am especially grateful when I can identify the graves of the men for their families.
|Darrell Landrum||Pvt Houston L Todd|
Hello, I spend a lot of time in the Confederate section of Old City Cemetery here in Lynchburg trying to take good quality photos of the markers for the men. I am sorry about the quality of the photo I took of this soldier's marker and posted to your memorial. That section is impossible to get a photo during the summer months as the tree canopies shade the markers. That photo is about the best I could do. Sorry.
|Carole Herndon Weimer||Allayne McNeill|
Thank you for sponsoring Allayne McNeill. If this is a relative, I would be more than happy to transfer to you.
|C. T. Lewis||link Benjamin Fussell to his parents:|
|Janet||Jane Fuller Bell 40101087|
Hello, Ghost. Thank you so much for the wonderful photo in Wesley Cemetery.
Did you happen to write down the engraving on the other sides of the marker?
I know that Jane's son, James Thomas Bell, is buried in that cemetery. However, I do not know where Jane's spouse, James Thomas Bell, is buried.
Thank you and bless you for all you do.
Added by Janet on Aug 16, 2013 7:48 AM
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