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BIRDMAN (#47118844)
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Bio Photo Retired military and living near Antietam battlefield.

IF YOU NEED FAMILY LINKS MADE, PUT YOUR REQUEST HERE. MY EMAIL ACCOUNT HAS BEEN EXPERIENCING SOME ISSUES. THANKS

ALSO...TO ANSWER THE QUESTION ASKED BELOW BY Dave Lehman (#47034421)....I HAVE NOT BEEN A "DICK" AT ALL IN MY LIFE. I HAVE BEEN TOO BUSY WITH 27 YEARS OF MILITARY SERVICE, OVER A DECADE OF CIVILIAN POLICE WORK....and putting a few times as many entries into Findagrave as you. As anyone can see I have not really had the time to waste any of MY life being...or calling anyone a "DICK", Dave.

If I have added a family member or a good friend, I am happy to transfer memorials. I am not bothered by F.A.G. guidelines in transfers. I am concerned about getting family members "back together." I DO transfer distant relatives since they SHOULD be with family.
I am also happy to transfer memorials of close friends as well as family.

REMEMBER, these sites are in memory of someones' ancestors. If you place a photo on a memorial, make it good enough that you would be happy with it on your own.

All men die...not all men really live.

I am looking for Charles & Flo Liddington. Flo died in 1972. Charlie was alive in 1974. They were my mothers' mother & step-father.
I believe they lived modestly within a half hour of Danville, PA. Also, I am searching for any info regarding the roster for the 33rdBattalion of the Maryland Militia. An ancestor I am searching for, Thomas Mock, who served with this unit in New Jersey in 1777 under George Washington. He had a wife names Sarah and parents were George & Catherine Mock. They were from "SUPPOSEDLY" living between Sharpsburg and Middletown, Washington County, MD.
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Margaret
Lamar
Thanks...for the rest of the Lamar updates and for all of your contributions to Findagrave.

Your help is appreciated!
Margaret
Added by Margaret on Nov 17, 2014 1:55 PM
Margaret
Lamar family
Thank you creating the Lamar memorials and for making the links that I requested.

Your help is appreciated.
Margaret
Added by Margaret on Nov 17, 2014 7:52 AM
Barbara Lee
RE: James B. McCurdy
Thank you so much. You didn't need to do that but I appreciate it nonetheless. Maybe I will be able to add some information to his memorial in the future.
Added by Barbara Lee on Nov 15, 2014 1:46 PM
Barbara Lee
James B. McCurdy
I am so, so pleased that you took the picture of James B. McCurdy's stone and posted it on findagrave. His mother (Mary Brisben McCurdy) and my g-g-grandfather (John Briben) were brother and sister.
John Adams McCurdy was the husband of Mary Brisben and the father of James B., Matilda and Hannah McCurdy. After Mary died in PA in 1815, the father and children moved to Jefferson County, VA, with several other McCurdys.
I have wanted for several years to make the trip to Jefferson County, W Virginia; but due to old age and poor health, we have not been able to make the trip. I would have loved to have dug deeper into their history than I am able to on Ancestry.
Anyway, I really appreciate your kindness in taking your time to get the picture of James B. McCurdy's stone. I thought he was probably buried there with his sisters but had no way to be certain until you helped me out. Thank you!
Added by Barbara Lee on Nov 14, 2014 5:57 PM
Katherine Ludwig
Truman Galusha
Thanks so very for posting the photo of Truman Galusha's marker at Antietam Cemetery.
I appreciate your time and effort!
Added by Katherine Ludwig on Nov 14, 2014 5:54 PM
gennie
RE: Herman Schwerin
Thank you so much for the transfer!! I didn't expect that but it was such a nice gift! ANYTHING you need in Delaware, PLEASE let me know!
Gennie
Added by gennie on Nov 14, 2014 11:50 AM
gennie
RE: Herman Schwerin
Thank you for the information. I have seen the signs for it all too many times on interstate going to Florida and always say, lets stop, well on way back but something always comes up and I dont get there.......guess I HAVE to get there now! He is a long lost relative that now thanks to you I have found! Keep up the good work!
HUGS
Gennie
Added by gennie on Nov 14, 2014 10:55 AM
Phd
RE: pics at Antietam
No particular regiments. I'm just trying to find all soldiers from Maine. I would appreciate any pics that you find of Maine soldiers e-mailed to me and I'll double check if I have them.
Added by Phd on Nov 14, 2014 10:30 AM
William Stark
E.A. Phillips
Thanks for photographing the headstone of E.A. Phillips and for adding it to his memorial.
Added by William Stark on Nov 13, 2014 7:40 PM
Dorothy
Micah M Grimes
Thank you so much for taking the photo! That's a beautiful shot!
Added by Dorothy on Nov 13, 2014 6:57 PM
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