|Dan McCaskill (#46952107)|
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|Richard O. Rotenberry||William Jasper Entrekin|
My gr. grandfather, William Jasper Entrekin, Waynesboro, Mississippi, buried at Mt.Zion Cemetery, Wayne County, Ms. I noticed a Confederate emblem on his Findagrave site that you left. Are you kin to the Entrekins of South Mississippi? Sincerely, Richard O. Rotenberry, SCV Camp #1319, Panama City, Florida....
|Rodney A Arnold||FAGM# 15452183|
Dan, please recheck your flower comments about the Civil War; her headstone reads "Our Mother At Rest"
This is Mary Dickerson who married William J. Dickerson. Please delete your comments if you concur.
Thanks for your consideration, Rodney
|Native Texan||Memorial #31877548|
There are two memorials for William Kerchevalle Gildart created by you, 31877548 and 31877539. They appear identical except the first one also has a photo of his headstone.
|Renee Guy||Charles Ira "C I " Justice|
I am not finding a listing for Charles Ira Justice as serving in Co. E 24th MS Inf. Can you help me with finding this information? I would like to have this military record. Charles Ira is my Great Grandfather.
|Mark Pfaffenroth||William Warren Key|
I am looking for information on William Warren Key's (1837-1904)Civil War participation. I know the Confederate Grave Registry of Mississippi shows him serving in the Jeff Davis Legion, however Fold3's Confederate Service Records indicates there was no William Warren Key in that unit or any other Confederate unit. The National Park Service's Civil War Database also shows no record of William Warren Key serving in a Confederate unit.
I was wondering if you had any further information/documentation on him you might be willing to share?
R/ Mark Pfaffenroth - firstname.lastname@example.org
|fred rose||william b. rose|
Dan you wouldn't have any info on William B. Rose would you, he served for Standford's Battery, enlisted in Grenada Ms, and died of his wounds in April 1862 at the Battle of Shiloh. His father was William Rose and they lived near Gore Springs, Ms, his brother Zachariah Rose is buried at Providence, another brother James Hilliard Rose went to Bell County TX after the war and he is buried there, both of brothers that survived the war signed with the McClung Rifles but didn't finish the war in that unit. Only Zachariah got a confederate headstone...
|wes jarrett||Southern Cross of Honor|
Dan, thanks for leaving the memorial for William, he's my second great grandpa. He was wounded at Chickamauga, Ga near the Snodgrass Cabin in the assaults on that well defended hill and stayed until spring in the hospital at Dalton, Ga where the Confederates wintered over.
He deserved the Soouthern Cross of Honor as all those veterans do. He reenlisted later at tupelo, Ms with the 3rd Ms Cav. and was involved in the Atlanta Campaign and later captured on the way to Mobile Al and surrendered at Citronelle., Al at the end.
|Wanda Hunt||George McDuffin Hunt|
He is my 5th GF. Where did you get the info he was a Private in CSA? Is there any dates for him in those records? We dont seem to be able to find his birth or death date. Thanks for any help.
|B.G. HOWERY JR.||LEE ELIJAH|
Hello Dan my wife is trying to get all the info she can on her grandfather elijah Lee buried in clear creek cem in Ripley tippah Co miss. How did you know he was in th 17th miss. inf.? Could you have been mistaken. Cant find him there in the records with www.fold3.com which has all the compiled military service records. Please give us a call at 662 242 1809 Bob Howery
|Michael & Becky Woytek||Layfette Howard|
I seen how u done some research on the Howard Cemetery located in George co. Mississippi. We are doing some research on the family and are trying to find out who Layfette Howard's Parents were. By any chance could it be John Howard? Or even possibly John Jackson Howard? Thank you for your help in this matter.
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