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I am a Daughter of a Union Veteran of the Civil War. (DUVCW) My Great Great Grandfather, John Delong fought in the Civil War. I am unable to find his grave. He died in Spencerville, Ohio on June 17, 1895 at the age of 84. I volunteer at the Grand Rapids, Michigan Home for Veterans.|
I am an United States Air Force Veteran.
Also I am the secretary for the Grand Rapids Civil War Round Table. And I am a director on our newly formed group, Friends of Michigan Veterans' Homes. We raise money for the little extras for our Vets in the Homes.
It is hard for me to pass a cemetery without stopping. Lucky for me, my husband has the same interests.
Please if you request a transfer, please use the EDIT key. Also send me your ID number.
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|Bonnie Maskery||William M. "Bill" Cook #59893545|
Thank you so much for the transfer of my ancestor. You help in helping me connect with family is indeed appreciate. I have other family connections with him and I will forward their requests for transfers as soon as possible. I have been laid up with a serious illness for several months and am om the mend and getting back to some of my work.
Again, I apologize for the delay in getting back to you. Thank you for all the hard work you do and thank you for your service.
|Barry Michie||Anna Wood Memorial|
Dear Daughter of a Union Veteran of the Civil War:
(Nice to know what the acronym stands for!)
Thanks much for transferring the Anna Wood memorial. It took quite a while to figure this one out which is typical of the Levi Shatto and Mary Ann Brown family ... most are and remain elusive, including these parents.
Managing the memorial allows me to tweak it, which I have already done somewhat.
Can't imagine your civil war ancestor doesn't show up on Fold3.
Cheers and food hunting.
|Sarah Pullen ||Grave #40425749 - Samuel Pullen|
Would you please check the death certificate that you added a while back to this grave. I think there may have been an error. Thanks for all you do with regard to the grave memorials.
|Banana ana||16798538 Caroline Soper|
Hello Do you know what happened to her husband Levi Soper where he is buried anything else about him he might be a relative?
|Steven Wiezbicki||Private Peter Benjamin (aka John DeMars), Co. K, 142d N.Y. and Co. G, 169th N.Y.|
Thanks, DUVCW, for the terrific photos of John's gravestone!
- Steve Wiezbicki, Historian of the 169th N.Y.
|Gloria Brethour||John Wesley Ross|
John Wesley Ross died in Saginaw Co., Michigan. I have added his death record to his memorial # 79397187. Could you correct your information about his place of death?
|Johnie Johnson||Thomas Vredevelt|
Thank you for taking and posting a picture of his headstone on findagrave.com.
|Linda Melnik||William A. Wilson Memorial|
Thanks for the transfer of Williams memorial. Linking the family together makes them come alive.
|Linda Melnik||RE: William A. Wilson|
His Find A Grave# IS 55354110. Thanks for your help.
|Linda Melnik||William A. Wilson|
Hello; First I would like to thank you for your service to your country and for all you do for Find A Grave and Veterans. William A. Wilson is my great grandfather's younger brother. I am decended from Andrew J. I have sent through additional info on William's full birth date. Also I have been trying to find out information on Williams first wife. He was married after his discharge from the Union Army and within 18 months of this marriage, lost his wife and child to illness. Unfortunately I can find nothing indicating the names for this wife and child. I have a copy of a letter he wrote to the Alumni Association of his medical school and he doesn't even state their names. I assume they are buried in New York as he didn't move to Michigan until the 1880's. Also, I know it is outside of the transfer rules but would you considering transferring his memorial to me.
Find A Grave #47044698
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