|Trisha W.||Abner Mcgehee Jack|
Hello - this is a duplicate memorial. If you would like the original memorial, please message me and I will be happy to transfer it to you.
|Donna Meinscher Plessala Estes||Your Conf. Soldiers Buried in AL|
This is such a nice remembrance for our soldiers. Thank you. I am a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and this is a treasure trove for me.
|gayle duett||James Clifton "Cliff" Little|
Military: Mississippi, Cook, 110th Infantry, 28th division, WWI.
|Cheri Johnston||Reuben C Johnston|
David, thank you for adding my gr grandfather to your Confederates Buried in AL virtual cemetery. And so promptly!
I intended to say that I wish Find A Grave, not Ancestry, allowed searching on these virtual cemeteries. I cannot now remember how I stumbled across your list, and the info is very valuable.
|Cheri Johnston||Confederate Soldiers buried in AL|
Hi David---what a great virtual cemetery you created! I wish Ancestry allowed searching on the list.This indicates a great deal of time and effort on your part, and it is very much appreciated.
Would you consider adding my gr grandfather? Here's the info:
Reuben Cecil Johnston, 1834-1906, buried at Middleton Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery/adjoins Oak Bowery Baptist Church Cemetery) in Calhoun Co, AL--Mustered in Co. D, Hundley's Regiment, which subsequently became Co. E, 31st Regiment, Alabama Infantry.
Find A Grave Memorial# 17213501.
Thank you very much.
|Patricia Crawford McKnight||RE: Tempy C. Hunt|
I will add John T. Hunt as the spouse of Tempy before the night is over. Thanks for the information.
|Janice McAlpine||Abner M. Jack Find A Grave Memorial# 41141447|
Abner McGehee Jack has a gravestone at Nicholson Cemetery, Kemper Co.,MS - Find A Grave Memorial# 61236736 and a Confederate Marker at Cedar Lawn Cemetery Scooba, Kemmper Co.,Ms.- Find A Grave Memorial # 15549168 and
|Jennifer Davis||Alden Howell|
Capt Alden Howell really should be put in the famous part of this cemetery. After all you had it quoted perfectly at the bottom of the memorial. The message read and I quote
"Died. Captain Alden G. Howell, 106, who rode to war 86 years ago, saw Stonewall Jackson shot, lived to be the last surviving Confederate officer, oldest Mason in the U.S.; in Los Angeles."
If that isn't deserving of fame then I don't know what is. When he died they even did a small write up of him in Times Magazine.
So I really hope you consider and change this to a famous status. After all a Presidential Chaffuer for President John F. Kennedy has a famous status and all he did was drive a car. Capt Alden Howell deserves better.
|Chris Carroll||Hugh R Critchon|
Thanks for the transfer David
|Chris Carroll||Hugh R Crichton|
David did you get my message to transfer my ancestor? Thanks Chris
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