|Jessie Tipton (#47920544)|
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My name is Jessie Tipton. I am a graduate of East-Tennessee State University. Until recently (summer 2013) I have been working at the East Tennessee Historical Society where I helped collect and present information for the "Civil War Tombstone Project." The project is still ongoing, and the East Tennessee Historical Society may be able to help with additional entries and other information. Thank you, all contributors! I wish I could have stayed at ETHS, as this project, and that place, were such a good match for me. However, as ETHS is non-profit, I had to find a paying job. I apologize to anyone who has been trying to contact me. I am now working at a law firm where I help look up information for estate law. I would love to get back to this project, even in a new and different way on my own, if I can get through my first year of this new job with success. Thank you, and good luck, my find-a-grave companions!|
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|danabola||Caroline Irene (Horn) Warwick|
If you have any questions about my ggg grandmother, please contact me.
Added by danabola on Sep 25, 2015 8:15 AM
|John & Cynthia Whitlock||Stephen Lawson|
Thank you so much for entering Stephen Lawson into the database of Union Soldiers at the East Tennessee Historical Society. I also graduated from East Tennessee State University and now live in Knoxville. Thanks for the note and leaving the flowers for Stephen Lawson.
|carl en||miller tombstone|
Jessie thank you for leaving flowers on john heagars tombstone , this was my wifes ggreat uncle, and his stone was broken at the base and I made a bse for it the mem. no. is 94300837 at Jackson chapel in Hamilton co tn thanks again
carl f gooden
Added by carl en on May 11, 2015 10:38 AM
|Sent with love~Cerise||Thank you Jessie|
For adding Pvt Elijah Morgan into the Civil War (Union) Soldier Database at the East Tennessee Historical Society.
|dek_tx||Thank you Jessie|
For adding Manlove Duncan McCurry to the Civil War Soldier Database for the East Tennessee Historical Society
Added by dek_tx on Oct 11, 2014 10:34 PM
|Janet||James McCarty and CiviL War Data|
I see you have posted a comment on the memorial for James in the Flat Hollow Cemetery. He is not interred there. Please see the LeMarr Cemetery in Claiborne County where James McCarty 118949567 and wife 118949748 are interred. I believe you will want your information posted on the correct memorial. I notified the creator of the memorial in Flat Hollow several weeks ago. Changes just take time.
Added by Janet on Dec 08, 2013 2:58 PM
|AnnBerry||Benjamin L. Marshall 1839-1896|
re: Benjamin L. Marshall 1839-1896
(Union Army during the Civil War, 1st Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry, Company DKL/Company L.)
Thank you for adding my 3x Great Grandfather into the Union soldier project at the Historical
Society. It's very much appreciated.
The name 'Marshall' is correctly spelled as shown on the memorial stone, with two letter "L"s and not one.
Would you be kind enough to correct the error in spelling in your data if it's been entered with only one "L"?
If you need documentation (besides the tombstone) to verify the spelling, I'd be more than happy to provide it.
Added by AnnBerry on Aug 27, 2013 4:20 PM
|Gay Hobt Morton||Civil War|
I am so excited that you are doing such great work on this Civil War project.
|Diane Gunvalson||Thank you|
I appreciate your efforts to document the history of these individuals for their descendents, family and for the country.
Diane Newberry Gunvalson (George M. Newberry was my great grand-uncle.)
Hi, Jessica. Would you please make sure that these people are documented in your project for ETHS.
Edwin Hall is a reburial from Virginia. 98975222
Grundy Crump's stone is sinking into the ground and will not be viewable for much longer. 59900801
William Winstead has no military marker on his grave, but he is a confederate veteran. His daughter was a longtime clerk in Knox County and was caretaker of Bethel Confederate Cemetery.
William Webber does not have a military marker either. He is a Confederate Vet. 101128789
If you have any questions or need clarification, please just SAC a random memorial of mine and I will follow up with you. Thank you.
Added by Spanky on Dec 17, 2012 2:21 AM
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