|Todd T. Hoffay (#46556436)|
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I am from Troy, NY. |
I live in Phoenix, AZ.
I have worked in Television Production, Photography and Archaeology.
I am a history buff, avid travel and cemetery photographer and Civil War reenactor.
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|Betty Toromino||Polly Crandall|
Polly was mother to my great great grandfather, Amos Crandall. I was brought up in Berlin, NY. My maiden name is Yerton, grandparents Gilbert & Ada (Bly) Yerton. I am looking for any other info about Polly, including her parents names. Thank you for your help.
I've been researching my ancestry and saw you were from Troy, NY. Are you possibly a descendant of Agnes E. Rowland-Hoffay? I am trying to put together as complete of a family tree as possible. If you have any relation and could possibly send me family names and such it would be much appreciated.
|David Hall||Daniel Nichols diary|
We have Daniel Nichols' diaries that he kept from 1862-4 that include descriptions of Pickett's Charge at Gettysburg and his imprisonment at Belle Island and later Andersonville where he died in Aug of 1864. The diaries have been transcribed and are in the process of being published.
|Jan J. Shultz||Transfer|
Thank you for transferring Sarah Gray to me.
|Phillip Maine||Toad Point Cemetery|
Could you tell me about how many other stones are in Toad Point Cemetery, Petersburg.
|Vermilion County Saving Graves||Pvt. Mark Carr|
Thank you for posting this information. Here is some additional information about Pvt. Carr from the Illinois State Archives that you might be interested in:
Birthplace: Marion Co., Indiana
At the time of enlistment in 1861, he was residing in Washington, Carroll Co., Illinois and was 21 years old and 5'6' tall with brown hair and blue eyes, single, and a laborer. He re-enlisted in 1863 in Chattanooga in 1863.
Thank you again for the work that you do on this site!
Vermilion County Saving Graves
|Cindy K. Coffin||Unknown soldier has been identified|
I have some exciting news. The unknown soldier buried near the Illinois monument on Kennesaw Mountan, GA has been identified. His name was Private Mark Carr. He was killed on the Kennesaw Mountain, Ga., battlefield, at Cheatham Hill, on June 27, 1864.
Here is an article that will tell you more about Pvt. Carr and how he was identified:
I'll send this via SAC link as well.
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