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|Karen Griswold Stroh||RE: Sarah Hanks|
|Margaret Arsenault||RE: Charles Hill and Sarah Phinney|
On the plot was also Elsworth and Daisy Hill. If they are any relation let me know if you create a memorial because I have the pictures
|Sue Batchelder||Batchelder Cemetery Photo|
I was wondering if a volunteer could take a picture of the Batchelder Cemetery in Raymond, Rockingham Co., NH. There is no photo on the Cemetery site. Greatly appreciated.
Susan, Thanks for the correction notice on this veteran. I have made these changes.
|Richard H.||Maj Jonathan Cass|
Thanks for the additional info!
|Salty Antoni||RE: Rita Palmier|
your very welcome!!!!!!!!!!!!
|Bob ||RE: Lucy Atwood|
Would you like the rest of the family. % stones in one area separated by chain.
Added by Bob on Apr 06, 2013 1:53 PM
|Charlet Roskovics||Ward Swift|
Glad you like the picture :) Charlet
|Robert C Johnston Jr||Col. T. W. White|
Just wanted to let you know I updated his Bio on F.A.G. I noticed you left flowers for him. He was my ancestor and I have spent years researching his life.
|Mario Ragucci||CSA in Seattle|
My great-great grandpa has a grave on here that says he was in the CSA. I often wonder where the native Americans stood in NW FL during that strong conflict. I wonder if they really got involved or stayed out of it.
Also, here in Seattle, i often check out the first cemetary here, high on the hill. In that cemetary, there are specific plots for CSA folks who must have relocated here after the war. I can understand them folks wantingto start over, after a defeat. It's called the daughters of the confederacy, Robert e Lee. SEattle must have been the best things them CSA did, I can imagine. Thank you for the thoughts
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