|Anne Wyatt (#46837482)|
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I am an avid history fan and Civil War Historian of sorts. I primarily do research for a book i'm currently writing that will pay tribute to men who fought on both sides. I recently relocated to Florida and once settled I will be exploring the cemeteries here. If anyone knows of a old cemetery near Ocala, drop me a line and let me know. If you would like to contact me about the Civil War please feel free to do so at the email address below. Thank you very much to anyone who leaves flowers on my family members pages. Have a wonderful day.|
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|Richard Sheely||RE: photos|
Anne, It was my pleasure, glad I could help you. You stated that you had requested 3 photos? I only saw the one for Mr. Albert Oliver. If there are more let me know.
The original Find A Grave photo request stated that Mr. Oliver was buried in The Foley Cemetery in Foley, Alabama. The Foley Cemetery is actually about 20 miles north of Foley in the community of Elsanor, this cemetery is a small family cemetery and is known in Elsanor as The Boyington Cemetery. I recorded information from all 59 of the graves, except for 7 which were without headstones of were blank slabs.
A few days later I found that the actual cemetery was The Baldwin County Cemetery in Foley. I went there and recorded information from all 171 of the graves, except for 52 unmarked graves or plots. Mr. Oliver was about the 5-6 one I came to, and I am glad that I found him for you.
|Nancy Cornelius||Henry W. Baker|
by chance did you know the other Baker(believe it says Mathus) that was posted on the side of his stone. I need to go back and highlight this part of the stone with chalk and see who it says.
|Debby Savage||RE: Emory Priesr|
You are so...very welcome!
|Alton & Loudonia||Photo request for Moses Coleman|
added a problem report for him on your request for a photo. The last time I was there, took 6 months to get permisson and then the escort, may need a 4 wheel drive vehicle to get there, very rough roads, tank trails, and impact areas.
|Traci ||Pvt Patrick Howell Tuten|
Death: Jul. 5, 1864
Confederate veteran: Florida Company F, 2nd Cavalry. Enlisted 17 May 1862 from Gainesville, Florida. Not much is known about his military career. He was detached 1863.
He died in 1864 in the Shell Pond settlement near Raleigh, Levy County, Florida.
Rachel Mary Tuten (1784 - 1880)
Micanopy Historic Cemetery
Added by Traci on Mar 02, 2013 5:41 PM
|Lindsey Bowden||Jessie B. Bowden|
Hi. I saw that you put flowers and a note on Jessie B. Bowden's page. Are you related to him?
hi anne my gggrandfathers memorial # is: 89508200 william alexander burnett a civil war vetern please add him to ur list thanks and god bless you......donald
Added by donald on Jan 26, 2013 4:12 AM
hi anne do u need my memorial # are my gggrandfathers memorial # my memorial # is 47029390 please respond back and let me know which memorial. # u need to add him thanks ..donald
Added by donald on Jan 25, 2013 8:17 AM
hi anne i left u a message to add my gggrandfather to the list of the civil war soldiers that u created but he is still not on the list .his name william aexander burnett my fnd a grave # is 4029390 could u,please add him soon and let me know when u added him thank for ur time god bless u and have a safe weekend......donald
Added by donald on Jan 25, 2013 5:43 AM
when u add add my gggrendfather william alexander burnett to the civil war list can u let me know my find a grave account # is 47029390 thanks ...donald
Added by donald on Jan 24, 2013 12:48 PM
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