|Paul Manly (#47210253)|
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Happy to help when I can.|
I live in Spokane, so I don't have access to KS, IL, or IN - just ancestral bones - but I have been to visit those places.
I am also the Sexton for Evergreen Cemetery in Spokane.
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|Ron Stewart||Daniel Freeman Malkson - Hampton National Cemetery|
FYI - I posted a photo of his tombstone today if you are interested.
|Julie Wilson||RE: Mary Casey|
Thank you for the information on the Casey family and yes, I would like to forward a donation to the cemetery association; could you please forward the remit information. Can I request the donation be restricted (for the Casey family only)?
|Julie Wilson||RE: Uriah Casey|
I found a record on Ancestry.com "U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865" that states Uriah enlisted with 1st Arkansas Infantry Regiment (Confederate States Army):
Newton County, Arkansas
Age at enlistment:
10 Mar 1863
Rank at enlistment:
Newton County, Arkansas
Survived the War?:
Enlisted in Company F, Arkansas 1st Infantry Regiment on 10 Mar 1863.Mustered out on 22 Aug 1863 at Fayetteville, AR.
Index to Compiled Military Service Records1st Arkansas Union Infantry - Arkansas Research
Thanks so very much for taking the time to visit the cemetery of my ancestors and photograph their headstones. Your time and effort to do this is MUCH appreciated !!
Added by Theresa on Jun 28, 2013 4:35 PM
|Lee Henningsen Stout||Clumpner Guy and Helen|
Paul...thank you so much for the photos of Uncle Guy and Aunt Helen's resting place...we sure appreciate your time and talents..many thanks
Paul and Lee
|Michelle Woodham||Thiele marker photo|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of the Thiele marker! My sister in law will be so thrilled when she visits next week, to find that her relatives not only have memorials, but she can see their marker!
Paul, I'm new to taking photos, and didn't claim this before I went by the cemetery about 12:30. We must have just missed each other. Nice shot. Cloudy days are good for photographs. ~ron
Added by Ronnie on Jun 19, 2013 4:12 PM
|Greg||Nicholas F Kuhn Memorial|
Thank You, great view of the headstone.
Yesterday I finally came upon a Grt uncle Nich's name in a transcription. He has been scarce in my searches. His name came up in a list that someone had transcribed the graves for Holy Cross Cemetery. Today I have a photograph of his gravesite. Nich would have been my father's granduncle. I believe I may be one of the few family descendants on the East coast or Iowa that have seen his grave in the last seventy years. Thank You. If you select to view his father's memorial page there is a stag family portrait from 1802. I have that hanging up. 10 brothers, except Christopher, are in that portrait. Large families are sometimes rough on siblings. My thoughts are Nicholas found a place for a place himself in Spokane.
Added by Greg on Jun 18, 2013 5:31 PM
Hello Paul , yes I would like a photo of the area in Holy Cross Cemetery for James Phelan 111824316 where his grave should be. I appreciate your time and help. Dianne.
|David Reese||RE: James Hagood|
Thanks for note on date of death. It should be after August 20,1834. I mistakenly used first date his will was signed. I don't know about Nancy North Hagood's place of interment.
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