|K Guy (#46886706)|
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Hello! I'm a graver, an artist, baseball entusiast, and an active participator of American Civil War living history presentations.|
Find-A-Grave is an excellent resource for determining one's heritage, family tree, and genealogy. Sometimes the smallest thread can lead to a successful path in defining someone's lineage instead of a dead end. (pun intended)
You can view some of my artwork at this site: flickr.com
I am a member of the Ohio Valley Civil War Association and the 6th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company A.
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|Charleen Spalding||Maj Nathan Clark|
Sorry, hit the wrong button.
The memorial for Catherine Ann Seymour Clark (1795-1873) will not come up. Can you shed some light on this?
|Charleen Spalding||Maj Nathan Clark|
Dear Mr. Guy:
I attempted to E-mail you today, but got a bounceback.
I would like to quote part of your *Fiind A Grave* biographical sketch on James Wear "Bug" Holliday. I plan to quote it in a footnote in a biography I'm working on, of William Ellsworth "Dummy" Hoy. Hoy and Holliday were
teammates, and Holliday made some public comments and infuriated Hoy (implying that Hoy was a cheapskate).
As best I understand, "Bug" was a nickname given to players with nervous, excitable, kooky personalities.
I was much impressed by the Flickr gallery of your drawings and paintings.
I have not yet been to Cincinnati, but as part of the "prep stage" for the book, I've been exploring its history and growth online. Hoy loved Cincinnati and made it his permanent home.
Linda Levitan, Copy Editor
Matthew S. Moore, Publisher
Added by Parpar on May 01, 2016 4:11 PM
|June Phillips||Nathan Guilford|
Nathan Guilford (1786-1854) buried in section 36 lot 38 is the son of Dr. Jonas Guilford (1759-1809) #22954242 and Lydia Hobbs (1760-1849)#22954252. He and his wife Eliza Wheeler Farnsworth had six children, one of whom is Apolline Guilford (1825-1876) #79055265 who married Pierre Clement Tetedous (1820-1870). I have noted that there are two Nathan/Nathaniel Guilfords with same dates and buried in same spot in the memorials, one is #788944062 but is the same person. Would you be so kind as to correct these records.
|James Newman||Private Andrew J. Crandall|
Would you by chance know any more information regarding Private Andrew J. Crandall, b 1830, for whom you have a record, such as his parents or siblings? Thank you very much.
Judy Nighbert Newman
|Geof Wyght||Jacob Hill memorial 44487912|
I am wondering what is your source for his birth place, and for his wife's name Barbara Beidenstein Hill, especially the "Beidenstein" part.
This is in my wife's family.
|Redcinder||Charles Henry Turner|
your Memorial I am wondering if its possible to be related to my family, would his mother be Elizabeth Turner Foster by any chance for his father charles Foster seem to match my family records but I amnot sure what his occuptation is and Charles Foster seem to be only one person in that area if he matches to Elizabeth Turner Foster then mother is also buried in same cemetery in 1850. I would love his obituary if anyone has it thank you :)
|Jennifer E (Swisher) Hall||John Pattison|
was he married if so to who?
|mary giera||Rebecca Gatten Tanner|
You have placed a photo on Rebecca's memorial page, but it was taken from a distance and appears to have lots engraved upon it. I would love to see a close up of the stone so I could read the engraving. Is this request a possibility? It's in the Ephraim Tanner Cem, Florence, KY. Mary Giera in Jacksonville FL
|Carolyn Crabtree||John Boyle|
I believe the portrait that you have identified as Judge John Boyle is actually a portrait of Kentucky Governor William Owsley.
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