|Janet Greentree (#5502422)|
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|Bill||Thomas Washington Smih|
Thank you for the transfer. Some changes have been made, more to come, to honor this great person.
Added by Bill on Nov 19, 2012 7:47 AM
|Bill||RE: Thomas Washington Smith, Cedar Hill cem, Suffolk|
I thought you might want to re-arrange the pictures on the page since I added your great picture of the Confederate Monument at Cedar Hill, cemetery, Suffolk, VA, which Thomas had erected in 1889.
If you would transfer him to me I could add much more now that I am researching his family. His father's Somerton Inn, where General La'Fayette visited and lunched February 1825, is still standing and in the Somerton Historic District as one of the oldest buildings. His wife's grandfather was chairman of committe in Murfreesboro, N C who welcomed La'fayette there. and have copies of the James Shrpless portraits done of the Godwin & Borland ffamilies in 1809, furnished me by Chrysler Art Museum of Norfolk.
I would transfer him back to you after finishing, if you so wanted. My number is 47169641
Added by Bill on Nov 18, 2012 5:57 PM
|Bill||Thomas Washington Smith, Cedar Hill cem, Suffolk|
you may want to sort the images for http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=18293025
Added by Bill on Nov 18, 2012 12:46 PM
|Dennis & Jean Boyer||Thomas Johnson, SAR Patriot #P-225561, Find A Grave Memorial# 2197|
Thanks for your permission for Sons of the American Revolution to use your photo to be eventually linked from the Patriot Index at http://patriot.sar.org
I am interested in obtaining a phone number and name of someone at St. James Cemetery regarding Mr. Caton's interment. My great aunt married a John E. Caton, and I would like to find out if this is the same person.
|Jude Stringfellow||TWO Benjamin Franklin Stringfellows|
I'm sorry Janet, but this is the wrong B.F. Stringfellow. The stone belongs to a younger man. The Benjamin Franklin Stringfellow that the stone refers to is the Civil War spy, but the photo is that of an older man (yes, born in Virginia) born in 1816, but he traveled to Missouri and Kansas, where he became a border ruffian, Attorney General, and he made an impact on the Santa Fe Railroad as well. There is only one or two photos of the first Benjamin Franklin. The book "Stringfellow of the Fourth" is a rare find, but it is still out there. You should redo the Find a Grave as these are two different men.
thank you for the photo of Mr. Catons marker
|MacBean||Grave of Robert Johnson|
A while back, you gave me permission to use the photo you took of Charles Johnson's Grave, (in Andrew Johnson National Cemetery), in my family tree in ancestry.com. May I have your permission to copy the photo of Robert Johnson's Grave as well? As usual, I am more than happy to credit you as the photographer. Thank you.
- B. MacBean
P.S. Sadly, most of the Andrew Johnson family's graves were photographed by a findagrave contributor, who's account is inactive, so I am unable to contact that person for permission to use the rest of the Johnson family grave pictures.
Added by MacBean on Jun 25, 2012 4:21 AM
|Augustine Pain||my email..oops|
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