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I have been researching my family history for over 40 years when my Grandmother got me interested! |
For the memorials I manage, please send a request for corrections/updates via the Edit link and I will be happy to update them!
I will gladly transfer any memorials to family members using the FAG rules!
Please feel free to use any photos that I have taken! That should be what Find A Grave is all about - sharing!
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|G. Mounger||Cottrell Family|
Hi are you researching the Cottrell family of Lee, Va and Claiborne County, TN?
If so we are possibly kin. Would love to trade info with you.
|Brock Bierman||Aubrey Hilderbrand|
My name is Brock Bierman and I am writing a book about the 50th Artillery Coast Artillery Corps. The 50th CAC served in France for a short time during WWI
Aubrey was a member of the regiment and served in Battery E and is in your Ancestry.com tree. I would appreciate any information you could share about his service. In fact I have a list compiled from the USS America, the ship that brought the regiment to France and would be happy to share the page that he is listed on. My Grandfather served in Battery D and I suspect they may have known one another.
I am specifically interested in photos, letters or historical documents relating to this regiment. I am specifically interested in the Battery E "yardlong" which is a long 3 foot long by 8 inch high photo with the entire company listed. My Grandfather also served in this Regiment so I suspect they may have known one another.
You can read more about the 50th CAC at www.50cac.com and am happy to share all the research I have conducted on the 50th.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
|David Shellabarger||MM Shellaberger picture|
Are you related to the Shellabergers/Shellabargers? I was wondering where you obtained the photo?
|Valarie Vine||Alta Jewell Butcher|
No, not related. Happy to transfer the memorial if you are related or knew her.
|Lynne||RE: Mary Stibbs Moore Currey|
Added by Lynne on Apr 09, 2016 5:19 AM
|Patsy Gadberry||VanHook Cemeteries in Pulaski County, Kentucky|
Since you asked about the VanHook Cemetery that was listed on Find A Grave, another has been added. I found a facebook site that had a photo that showed the headstone of my great great grandfather, Stephen Silvers, and the cemetery is now called Silvers-Ward Cemetery, instead of VanHook Cemetery, although it was known as that in 1930. Evidently, there were several VanHook cemeteries in Pulaski County. I found a death certificate indicating that a burial was to be in the VanHook Cemetery, and the person was buried in the Cedar Grove Cemetery. It seems that one was also once a VanHook Cemetery.
|Eva Pippin Flowers||George Pippin Thomas|
My connection...George...mother Margarett Estella Pippin Thomas...father John Cosgrove Pippin...father William Carroll Pippin who is the father of my father Joseph Edde Pippin.
Do you know if George had any children? I've had people look for a stone for George but they couldn't find one. With him being in the service and the U.S. Veterans Gravesites info, I was surprised that it didn't exist. Do you know where his wife, Martha Jean Bernard, might be buried?
Thanks for any insight you might have. Thanks for replying to my inquiry. It is nice to have the links on Find A Grave to retrace connections!
|Joanne Scobee Morgan||Mary Jane McFaddin Dunn Young.|
Thank you, Diane, for the photo of Mary Jane McFaddin Dunn Young. Since she died as a Young, I didn't know she had been married before to a Dunn. I was curious as to why she would be in one cemetery and her Young husband in another. You've answered my questions and I have deleted my memorial after adding Samuel Young to the other memorial as husband #2.
Beautiful photo, by the way.
|Eva Pippin Flowers||George Pippin Thomas|
Are you related to George?
|B.J. Waters||RE: Lorin E. Barnum|
I found his headstone and it does have his name spelled with an "i". Also, his wife Jeanette is buried on one side of him, and his parents on the other. I've added memorials for all of them, linked them, and added photos.
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