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Many of these photos were taken in the late 1990's by staff and volunteers to document our stones and for the use of the public.
We will transfer to any family member not just within guidelines of Findagrave.
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|Anonymous||RE: Brashears at Congressional Cem|
Thank you very much.
|Patricia Munro Fuller||Ida Cooksey|
Thank you for letting me know there is no headstone.
Thank you for checking the records for markers.
Thanks so much for getting the photograph. We were checking to see if that Grace Walker might be linked to "George Hervey Bridgewood Walker" (1883-1918), one of the soldiers of the First World War that to this day has an unknown burial location. We know that at the time he attested in Canada he resided at 605 Florence Court W, Washington, DC. His Next of Kin was listed as his wife, Grace G. WALKER, of the same address. It is logical that he would be buried with his wife, particularly if she arranged for his burial first.
Do you recall if she was near other WALKER grave stones or markers? Any links would be of assistance, even details on Grace that might confirm the link.
All the information we have collected to date is included in the file here:
Canadian Expeditionary Force Study Group
|Kathleen Ann Bond||David M, Sarah E, Annie R and Hazel M Faunce gravemarker|
Thank you very much for the photo of David McQueen, Sarah Elizabeth (nee Maddox), Annie Redman (nee Branson) and Hazel Marie Faunce (daughter of David and Annie).
|barbara spears||James Monroe Perry|
Thank you so much for taking the picture of my relative. I really do appreciated it.
Thanks a bunch!
|Roger Whiting||Edelin family member transfers|
Thank you very much for the very quick transfer of my relatives to my care. We certainly appreciate it.
Roger C Whiting
|Karen Allison||RE: LePreux at Congressional Cemetery|
Thank you for the transfer. Much appreciated.
|Sharon Tastet Holdren||RE: Congressional Cemetery|
Nicholas Tastet is my 4x great-grandfather. Sarah Bowling Tastet and her children are his second wife's children and I would be glad to take all Tastets in Congressional! Is there any chance that you would know where Nicholas's first wife, Abigail Waldo Tastet and two small children could be buried? In our family history info, Nicholas buried his child in a public garden in about 1820. Thanks. Sharon Tastet Holdren.
|Krista AQ Thompson||Lorenzo Cochran #122150541|
The old archived records have him as "Cochran." I'm guessing there is some other source that says different? I notice he's in the same spot as Bessie Corcoran--wife? If you would share, I'd appreciate it.
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