|Wayne Free (#47632575)|
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My family is from Lawrence County Alabama. The families I research are; Free, Wear, Pickens, Parkers. I currently live in Knoxville, TN.|
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|Raven Smith Millwood||RE: Photo|
Your Very Welcome
|Kathryn J McCloud||RE: Thomas Jones, Memorial #69583644|
Thank you so much! Success in your own search...
|Kathryn J McCloud||Thomas Jones, Memorial #69583644|
Thomas Jones, my 5th great-grandfather, is buried in the Peak Cemetery AEC #27; I see that you have taken a picture of that cemetery...Would you be willing to post your picture to his memorial page? Thank you in advance!
|Raven Smith Millwood||John free|
The Flanagin Cemetery is abandoned, only one head stone with name (F.M. Hagood) the rest of the graves are marked with field stones, the cemetery in in the Deep Bankhead Forest,
|Diane Pedersen||Martha & Charles Wallace|
Thank you for trying to find a grave marker for them at Solway Church of God Cemetery. That is where they are buried according to Death Certificate and obituary. I appreciate you taking time to do this for me.
|BK||RE: Pikeville cemetery|
When I was at this cemetery a young couple came by. They told me that a logging company destroyed most of the monuments and that they tried to keep an eye on it to make sure it didn't happen again. They were not related to anyone there. I thought it was so nice of them. I have never applied for a Civil War Monument. I did apply for a Spanish American War Monument. I went through the VA to get that. Good luck!
Added by BK on Oct 19, 2015 9:41 AM
|Diane Pedersen||Charlie Wayne Allred|
Once again, I thank you for taking time to get a headstone photo for me. Your time is greatly appreciated.
|Gay Hobt Morton||Civil War Graves|
Thanks for helping me to confirm the correct first name of Edmond Moss. I had found his name listed both ways on one of the many documents I have searched on Loudon Co. I will turn him in as Edmond, with Edward as duplicate name. You are correct in saying there are several more CW soldiers in Pleasant Hill. My record show I have turned up a total of 12 soldiers, and I have probably missed some. You helped confirm the 3 that did not have POB photos. Thanks
|Gay Hobt Morton||Pleasant Hill Church|
Thank you for helping ETHC document all the known soldiers buried at Pleasant Hill Church in Loundon Co. We did not have proof of burial photos for these three men.
|Gay Hobt Morton||Civil War soldier|
Tahnk you for the effort and time you took to document the burial of Civil War soldier, Edward Moss, in Loundon County. ETHC really appreciates your help with the registry of Civil War graves.
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