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I am a third year law student in Northern Ohio. My main interests are Confederate officers, particularly those associated with A.P. Hill's Third Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.|
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|Darrell Landrum||Major Lindsay Shumaker|
I found a grave for one of his children in Green Hill Cemetery in Danville and posted a memorial for him. From what I read on your bio for Major Shumaker, would it be possible that he is buried in Lynchburg with his wife? There are no other Shumaker grave markers where the young child is buried. One would think that a gentleman of his status would have a prominent stone.
Thinking out loud,
|sherri schaefer bagby||Chamberlayne|
Thank you for creating and processing updates for Chamberlayne family memorials !
Hello FYI excellent article concerning AP Hill and his courier Civil War Times Sept/Oct 1992.
|Henry Paul Howard||Lt. Col. Allen Sherrod Cutts|
Hello. My name is Henry Howard and Lt. Col. Allen Sherrod Cutts iwas my Gr8-Gr8-Gr8- Uncle. My Maternal Grandmother's maiden name was Cutts and she was his Gr8- Niece.
Thank you for this page!
|deegraver||are you still active|
on findagrave? if not, may I please maintain Randolph Barton's memorial page? my # 47071483. Thanks.
|Rich Dohm||Capt. John Chamberlayne ~ Hollywood Cemetery|
Hello Ms. Hill. I made an interesting discovery with a CSA Captain Chamberlayne buried in Richmond City. Via a photo request, I was asked to get a good picture of his gravestone which was now covered in ivy, and in trimming down the ivy I found another stone in the growth, immediately beside him (you can see them together HERE) and she's the right age to be his mother. Do you have any idea if Martha B. Chamberlayne 1802-1883 could be Capt. John Chamberlayne 1838-1882's mom? If you think so, and if you'd like to link them, she is #92987131. Rich.
|Debra Woods||Walter Emmett Winn|
My daughter-in-law's ancestor is Henry Jasper Winn, brother of Walter Emmett Winn. My question is regarding the name of the cemetery. Is it not St. Andrews Episcopal Church Cemetery in Praireville, Hale County, Alabama. It is through an online database that I found where both these men are buried and the name of the cemetery was the St. Andrews Church Cemetery. This cemetery is a historical site. I am thinking that the name you have for the cemetery and St. Andrews Episcopal Church Cemetery are the same cemetery.
Thanks for your help.
|Ramona||John Marshall Stone|
Would you please link John Marshall Stone with his parents Asher Stone #30366097 and Judith Virginia Royall Stone #31249014.
Added by Ramona on Dec 09, 2010 6:35 PM
|Sandra Johnson Witt||Major Hugh Mortimer Nelson|
Just a minor request: Could you change the rank of Major Hugh Mortimer Nelson (a relative of my husband), from "Lieut" to "Major"?
Major Hugh Mortimer Nelson
Birth: Oct. 30, 1811
Death: Aug. 6, 1862
Note: Born Hanover Co. Confederate officer. Attended U. VA. Ran school in Charles City Co. & lawyer in Baltimore MD. Married Maria Adelaide Holker. Wounded at Gaines Mill. Aide to General Ewell. Died in Albemarle County of typhoid.
Burial: Old Chapel Cemetery, Millwood, Clarke County, Virginia
Find A Grave Memorial# 8672600
Sandra Johnson Witt
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