|Scott Hutchison (#46635174)|
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|Sandra Pearson||Transfer for Pvt. Christopher William Pearson|
Thank-you for the Transfer Scott!
|Sandra Pearson||Transferring Memorial|
Hi Scott-Thank-you for all you do-I was in hope-that you would be able to transfer Memorial # 10500878-for me to maintain-Pvt. Christopher William Pearson-(My Paternal Gr. Grandfather over to me)-Please Contact my user name!
|Ruth Tobias||Robert Thuma #21898970|
Robert Thuma is my husband's gr-gr-grandfather. His birth date was Feb. 15, 1829. Did you see an actual tombstone in Silvercreek Cem., or did you get your information from the 52nd VA Inf. regimental book? We couldn't find a stone several years ago, and on a trip to Rockingham Co. my brother-in-law talked to Robert J. Driver, the author of the book. He couldn't remember where he acquired the information that Robert Thuma was buried in Jamestown. My husband's gr-grandfather didn't move to Jamestown until 1884. It has been a mystery.
|Ruth Tobias||Robert Thuma|
|LSP||RE: William Mitchell-Lexington|
Yep. Well, I didn't but the W&L students who took the pix, did. It works wonderful for a quick pix read BUT it chemically discolors the stone, very unevenly. Very bad indeed. No one has come up with a safe substitute. Deeds done, at least we can reap the reading rewards and correct some mistakes. Thanks
Added by LSP on May 24, 2015 1:07 AM
|Twila Pritchett||James H. Loudermilk|
Thank you for the picture, and yes he was in the civil war. Twila Loudermilk Pritchett
|James Hartwell ||RE: john C.Tingler|
this memorial is not mine to manage
All I did is add a file photo of a confederate man on a horse so does that mean you had intereperted it he was in the calvary
Maintained by: Stoogette
Originally Created by: Scott Hutchison
Record added: Jul 11, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20397154
Thank you for the transfer! I really appreciate it a lot!!
|Dennis Hubscher||Pvt George Washington TODD|
Dear Scott: On your bio posting for my relative, Pvt. George Washington Todd, buried at Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, you end with the following: NOTE-Chris Ferguson in SOUTHERNERS AT REST has birth date as 1819 and unit as 46th N.C. (Scott).
Based on my discussion with a lady at the VA when processing the order for this headstone, I was told of a second George W. Todd of N.C. who was a "dwarf" and obviously not my relative buried at Hollywood. I'd appreciate your removing the reference to Chris Fergusion, as it is not appropriate to this burial. Thank you for your consideration.
|Ray'nJay||RE: Pvt. Robert Henry Cassels (# 11355323)|
Well, I just came across the information I was seeking on Pvt. Robert Henry Cassels. It's the muster roll for Company D, 35th Regiment:
Cassels, Robert H. private September 23, 1861.
Wounded at Cedar Run, Va. August 9,1862.
Died of wounds August 19, 1862. Buried in
Confederate Cemetery at Charlottesville, Va.
It's on the Georgia GenWeb, at: http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/military/civilwar/rosters/35thcod.txt
Now you have all the information we discussed.
Added by Ray'nJay on May 04, 2015 2:24 PM
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