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|Mark Utley||Eugenie Grob Grob-Fittell|
Accepted your edit, bit also put back Grob as her maiden name, since to remove it from there would negatively impact searches for her by maiden name.
|Chellis sanborn||Pvt Marquis D Lafayete|
Roger Thank you for adding the short military history for Marquis.
I am married to Marquis's 2nd great grand daughter.We went to Upper Ferry cemetery today and started the process of cleaning the family stones.
Would you have any information on how Marquis came to be at Ft Levenworth then transfered to Togus.
you may contact me via my e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Chellis and Neddine
|Geoff Brown||Andrew Jackson Stetson|
Thank you for taking the time to provide me with the additional information on Andrew Jackson Stetson, 80683674.
|Phd||Dr Charles Hubbard 11th ME|
Thanks for the info on the discharge for disability, I left that out. He did re-enlist in the 1st ME Cav. in Dec.
Added by Phd on Jul 29, 2014 5:40 AM
|John Moore||13th Tenn Cavalry|
Thanks for your work on the Civil War Units. My great-grandfather served in Co K, 13th Tenn Cavalry. He is memorial #24121649.
|Bill Bourbeau||Your request: Adelbert Ward (#124819954)|
I'm certain that the grave is unmarked at this time. However, it is possible that markers have been reclaimed and are within inches of the surface.
I'll check on my next visit, but for now we should consider it an unmarked grave.
|Jeanna & Kaitie||Benjamin Franklin Libby Photo Request|
Hi Roger -
I have an appointment with the grounds keeper on Tuesday, July 8th at noon. He'll be there to unlock and let me in and help me look around. When he asked who I was looking for he said "well... there's a lot Libby's out there..." So keeping my fingers crossed we'll find your Libby.
Until then have a fantastic 4th of July! Stay safe!
|Loyal Limb||Teter N. Tester 13th Cav.|
Take a look at this memorial (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=2281606&GRid=62512524&. Could he be the Peter N Bowers, Bugler in Co. A.
|VintageGirl40s||13th Tennessee Please Add|
What is the best way to get names to you of men to add to the virtual cemetery of the 13th Regiment Tennessee? You don't mind to add others do you? Thanks so much for all of your work!
|VintageGirl40s||13th Regiment Virtual Cemetery|
Thank you for creating this virtual cemetery of the regiment! Do you think it is pretty conclusive? I have a Facebook page in honor of the 13th and am very interested (you have included some of my ancestors - which I appreciate).
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