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thanks for the transfer
Added by Laurie on Mar 05, 2014 5:51 AM
my memorial number is 2811407
Added by Laurie on Mar 05, 2014 5:10 AM
As the jewish historian for roanoke, va, could you transfer Maxwell Berson over to me . Memorial 39379099
Added by Laurie on Mar 04, 2014 8:21 PM
|Don Pigate||William M Lee #102597327|
The name of the Newspaper is showing in the Caption area for the obituary photo as well as the date. It was the News & Courier of Charleston, not sure of the date, you might want to check that.
You are more than welcomed to you any picture I've taken and posted.
|Roger Asterilla||RE: Sharon Asterilla|
There are 'two' Sharon's in the family . . . One my baby sister (1957) and the other my niece (born in durning the 1970s. Both are at Calvary.
|Roger Asterilla||RE: forgot to mention|
Yes . . . Sharon was my youngest sister, and Minnie was my grandmother. We all lived together.
|Roger Asterilla||RE: Asterilla|
Thank you for all that you do . . . and have done!
|Terry Foenander||Charles Borum|
I have the following data (with sources shown) for Confederate Navy officer, Charles Borum:
Charles Borum, born Mathews County, Virginia, about 1832; pre war occupation as a sailor; enlisted at Sewell Point, Virginia, on May 1, 1862, as a private in captain Grandy's Company, Virginia Light Artillery (Norfolk Light Artillery Blues); personal description, at the time of enlistment shown as blue eyes, dark hair, dark complexion; admitted to General Hospital No. 7, at Richmond, Virginia, September 23, 1862, suffering from jaundice; furloughed October 8, 1862; transferred to the Confederate States Navy, November 4,1863, after "having received commission as acting master, C.S. Navy"; appointed lieutenant, Provisional Navy, January 7, 1864; served on the Charleston squadron, South Carolina, 1864; served at Battery Brooke, James River defenses, 1864; resided as a wholesale herbalist, in 1880, with his wife, Cordelia and five children, at Norfolk, Virginia. [Compiled Military Service Records; ORA 1, 42/3; ORN 1, 10, 805; Register1864; 1880 U.S. Census; Norfolk County Record 251.]
|Katina Rouse Moultrie||GGrandfather resting place|
We never knew exactly happen to him. All we know is that he left Ga and fled to Va...I found a WWII draft card and found an address he once lived. It also said his occupation was at a shipyard...but I was told it wasn't a shipyard back then in Richmond Va but I live here in Hampton Roads Va and their many shipyards. Just trying to find his resting place...
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