|Ernest "Dusty" Kobs (#48150482)|
| || member for 3 years, 3 months, 18 days|
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Born Jan 1976. Family man with great wife and 4 kids. Soldier, Farmer, Harris County Employee, Historian, Amateur Archeologist, Living History Teacher with deep roots in Waller and Harris Counties in Texas, East Texas but also in the Colonial shores of the Southern East Coast and the mountains of the Virginias and North Carolina.|
Member: Waller County Historical Society,
Waul's Texas Legion- Sons of Confederate Veterans,
Sons of Union Veterans, 11th Texas Cav-reenacting unit, Texas State Guard.
Served with "The Old Guard" of the Army- 3rd US Inf. at Arlington Natl. Cemetery.
I believe one of mans' greatest fears is being forgotten. I enjoy finding, memorializing and perpetuating the memory of those that have been lost. One of my personal and SCV missions is to locate and mark unmarked Confederate graves. Please let me know if one is in need.
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|Bert Gubbels||Charles C. Roberts|
CC was my Great Great Grandfather. The form you see on the page posted by Mr. McKay came from me. His wife was from a pretty famous family in Texas. Want to visit?
|Bert Gubbels||RE: C C Roberts|
He was my Great Great Grand father.
Sir: I just now read your note on your Uncle's biopage (which I had posted).
I' writing a book, a roster to be more exact of the Spotsylvania CSA burials. My research has him living in Dale County, Alabama in 1860, son of Sarah. Can you confirm this?
I appreciate your time...
Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania Court House Confederate cemeteries historian
*Honorary member Major General John Bankhead Magruder Chapter #258 Military Order of Stars & Bars (M.O.S.B)*
*Honorary member Matthew Fountaine Maury Camp 1722 Virginia Sons of Confederate Veterans (S.C.V.)*
*Honorary member Rev. Beverly Tucker Lacy Camp 2141 Virginia Sons of Confederate Veterans (S.C.V.)*
|historylover4ever||Robert Ruel Jackson|
thanks so much for the pics of his grave marker
|Andrea Hooe Raum||Jackson Prairie Cemetery, Tool, Henderson, Texas|
Wow! I had given up hope any of the stones there would ever be found! Thank you so much for finding Robert Ruel Jackson's stone!
|Wanda Pezzaglia||Lorenzo Dow Kizzia|
Ernest: would love to hear from you. Hopefully, we could exchange information regarding our Kizzia family.