|John J Heine (#46635289)|
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Retired. Civil War heritage interests. Member of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War(SUVCW) and the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States (MOLLUS).|
Also a Civil War re-enactor with Co H, Pa Bucktails and the Invalid Corp/Veterans Reserve Corps.
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|Lawrence Heiney||David H Heiney|
David is brother to my gggrandfather. Are we related in any way or are you an Allentown Heiney?
|Glenn Benner||Thomas Paden|
Thank you for all your work on find-a-grave.
Researching my gg-grandfathers Civil War unit, 2nd Pa. Vol. Cav.(59th Reg). Added a picture to your Thomas Paden memorial page. Thought you should know.
|Carol Guinn Jenkins||Conrad Keesey|
Hi, I tried to send you an e-mail but it was returned to me. I am interested in the Keesey family of Lancaster County PA. Are you relation to the Keesey family? I used the e-mail address that you have of firstname.lastname@example.org. Could you contact me
at email@example.com? I will try to resend the e-mail to you also. Thank you so very much!
|John G. Hall||USCT Headstones|
Presently I'm working on a USCT Headstone Page & would like to include any photos you may have. As a fellow Find A Graver I'll make sure you're given FULL credit & a link back to Find A Grave. Here's the link to our Page:
John G. Hall (#47204255)
Graves Registration Officer SUVCW
|Stephanie Myers Landis||Burrell and Stotts|
Hi John, I have upgraded the memorials for John H.
Stotts and Sylvester Burrell. Thank you for taking the time to search out the information on them. Stephanie
|Stephanie Myers Landis||Henry Parker|
Hi John, I added the photo to Henry Parker's Mount Bethel Memorial. You may be interested to know that there are three headstone, adjacent, all members of Mass Co 54, buried in the Potter's Field at Mount Bethel. The other two are John Stotts and Stephen Burrell and I have made memorials for them. All the headstones are of the same design. Regards, Stephanie
|Stephanie Myers Landis||Parker, Henry|
|Rebecca Zurec||Henry Hibshman # 94423580|
Thanks again for the transfer. I am sure that I found him in Co. I of the 50th PA Infantry. It appears that he died in a Chambersburg, PA hospital from typhoid. Here are the links: (I assume that you have Ancestry. I searched elsewhere and did not find a record of enlistment).
U.S., Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865. http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2123&enc=1
|Rebecca Zurec||RE: Henry Hibshman|
Thank you for the transfer offer, I will accept. The soldier you found could be his brother W. H. Harrison Hibshman, Find A Grave Memorial# 125815959. I searched with the resources that I have on line and could not find anything specific. I will have to wait for the weather to clear and go to a library. The information uploaded to Henry's Memorial is from my cousin's family history book. I will send her a message about her source. Thank you for dedicating your time to Civil War re-enactment.--Rebecca #47746368
|J Martin||RE: Samuel Martin|
Yes. He is.
Added by J Martin on Dec 22, 2013 7:12 AM
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