|Gary Abrams (#46963250)|
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A fire fighter by profession, genealogy and history research are one of my hobbies. I also enjoy Civil War reenacting with the 33d N.J. Inf.,2nd Zouaves, the feel of history never got better. As for the cemeteries, as quiet as they are, the souls of those before each have their own story, carried through the currents of time.|
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|MissKitty||Ransom A. Mattoon gravestone photo (mem #41850248)|
May I have your permission to download the photo of the gravestone of Ransom A Mattoon? I would like to upload it into my Ancestry family tree.
Thank you for your consideration.
|njdbw||Richard Dean Soden|
Hi there. I just wanted to let you know that I uploaded a picture to the above memorial in Fairmount cemetery.
Added by njdbw on Mar 25, 2013 1:26 PM
Gary, I am very interested in your research on Dug Gap. I have set up a Virtual Cemetery to group together the men who were killed in that battle. I am searching for several graves of the men of the 154th NY, 134th NY, 29th Ohio, and other regiments. Any info greatly appreciated. Please email me.
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|Jonathan Kirtland Miner Edsall||Edsall's in Catskill, NY|
Thanks for adding the photos for John and Hannah Edsall.
Thank you for the Allegretti grave photo!
Added by Dan on Dec 27, 2011 4:49 AM
|seekerJay||George Brewster, consumption, & the 124th|
I happened to visit LadyGoshen's memeber page and read your message to her about Mr Brewster. My G3GF, Horace Paret, was also in the 124th and lived for a time in Slate Hill. I suspect he was born there or in Ridgebury. He, too, had TB (died 1880) as did his brother, wife, father-in-law, and at least two of his children that died had it. TB was as rampant in NY (probably throughout the colonies) at that time as it now is in Asia. Mr Brewster may have become infected well before he found himself in Maryland.
The intial infection can cause mild flu-like to no symptoms at all, then the bacteria becomes dormant in the body, oftentimes for decades (the latency phase). It's only when the bacteria becomes active that symptoms appear - cough, fever, fatique, etc. So, perhaps he entered the active phase of the disease while he was in Maryland with the stresses the soldiers were under, but he could have had it from his contact with all the infected NYers he knew as a child. It's a devastating and sneaky disease!
All the best, J
Thank you so much,for taking the time to get a pic for me.
Added by Lenoria on Dec 05, 2011 9:44 AM
|Brandy Hardman||RE: Grave photos|
Gary, You are very welcome!! If I can be of any further assistance, just let me know.
|Marte||Louisa Peloubet Youngs #61092433|
I just wanted to let you know that I created the memorial for Louisa Peloubet Youngs back in April of 2009. Memorial #36403749. We don't want to have duplicates.
Added by Marte on Nov 16, 2010 6:01 PM
|Marte||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 40102291|
Could you please send me the information and I'll add it to the memorial. I'm related to his wife Jane Dedrick. Thank you.
Added by Marte on Nov 16, 2010 5:37 PM
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