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|Sandy||Thomas Linton Rush, Jr.|
Since I e-mailed you a few months ago, I have discovered lots of info on the Rush family including photos. My in-laws moved and gave me a folder with info from a family reunion they held in the early 1960's, some geneology records and many photos. Trying to post these to my site at http://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-67740861/newman-baas.
Be happy to share info with you.
Added by Sandy on Aug 20, 2014 9:12 PM
|Tom H.||RE: Edwin C Phillips-KIA WWII Jackson MS|
I have a copy of the regimental history. Also, the regiment was involved in the Battle of Manila at they time of his death. I doubt that the book has any details regarding Capt. Phillips as very few individuals are mentioned.
Added by Tom H. on Aug 16, 2014 10:44 AM
|Tom H.||RE: Capt Edwin C Phillips jackson ms|
You are very welcome! My great uncle served with E Company of the 129th Infantry and was KIA on Luzon. I have a virtual cemetery (public) dedicated to the soldiers of the 129th, if you're interested. If you decide to do some research into Capt Phillips' service, I'd be happy to provide some advice.
Added by Tom H. on Aug 15, 2014 8:16 PM
|Lisa||Civil war service|
Thanks to the help of a 26th Regiment researcher, he discovered that AJ Grammer Enlisted May 19 1864 at Camp Buckner, Talladega and was a Private in E company 12th Regiment Alabama Infantry.(they did fight along side and was at one time part of the 26th)
On July 25 1864 he was admitted to the CSA hospital at Charlottesville, Virginia and on Aug 18 1864 he was transferred to Lynchburg, still listed as sick
Added by Lisa on Jun 03, 2014 3:42 PM
|Sandy||RE: Rush family|
My husband's grandmother was Mary Adelia Rush Baas, lived in Hazlehurst, MS and is buried there. She was the daughter of Thomas Linton Rush and Mary Adelia Rush, both buried at Wintergreen Cemetery. I am afraid I do not have his parents names. Many in that family lived near area known as Pattison and Brandywine. You might check to see if there are cemeteries in those locations.
Hope this helps in your search. If you find anything, please let me know.
Sandy Newman Baas
Added by Sandy on Apr 08, 2014 6:21 PM
|Ernest Rucker||RE: Links|
Please send these links you want made to me using the SAC message found under the Edit tab.
I don't understand the message you left on my wall. Did you want me to link someone?
|Kathryn Morse||RE: Mary Trim Thetford|
About her headstone showing "G" as a middle initial. I have no clue. Polly, however, was commonly used as a nickname for a particularly sweet girl or lady.
|Kathryn Morse||RE: Elijah and Elizabeth Morse|
I am so sorry. No one seems to know where Elizabeth is buried. Elijah's grave is in an abandoned cemetery in a game reserve in Copiah County, MS. I think Bob Thetford's grave is near Elijah's.
|Garry Piiparinen||Ruth Furr Doyle flowers|
What is your connection with Ruth Furr Doyle. I see that you left flowers on findagrave October 13, 2013. Ruth was my neighbor's mother.
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