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Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (#48353502)
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Bio Photo This is the officially authorized Contributor Page of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. We have joined as a contributor so that we can create and oversee a repository for memorials of Union Veterans who are not already managed by other Find-A-Grave contributors. We appreciate and welcome transfers from anyone who desires to place a memorial to a Union Veteran in our care.

We also welcome any biographical information that other contributors might wish to send us concerning the memorials in our care.

We will transfer memorials to other contributors in accordance with Find-A-Grave guidelines and are willing to consider the transfer of any particular memorial to any relative of that deceased soldier. If you wish us to transfer a memorial to you, send us a request through the Edit feature on the memorial you wish to acquire with an explanation of how you are related to the deceased veteran and why you desire a transfer. We reserve the right to deny requested transfers that are outside of Find-A-Grave guidelines for any reason.

If YOU are a member of the SUVCW or its allied orders and are interested in helping us with this project, we would appreciate receiving an email from you.

The Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War is a fraternal organization dedicated to preserving the history and legacy of heroes who fought and worked to save the Union. Organized in 1881 and chartered by Congress in 1954, we are the legal successor to the Grand Army of the Republic.

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Ernest Sharpe Jr
Hey I don't know if you ever been to Lynn mass but here we have a great Civil War gravesite with a wonderful monument also we have Gar building
Added by Ernest Sharpe Jr on Feb 18, 2015 7:18 PM
Richard Boyer
RE: Multiple Photo Requests
To answer your question on George Peter Stuart, I have put his death certificate on his memorial. As you can see, his father is also named George Stuart which is probably why he went by his middle name.

Rich Boyer
Added by Richard Boyer on Feb 09, 2015 5:52 PM
Thank you!
Thank you for the transfer!
Added by Rtop on Feb 07, 2015 2:33 PM
Hello, I wondered if it would be possible to have memorial# 1352415 Joseph Yattaw transferred to me. He is my 3rd great grandfather and it would be very much appreciated. Thank you for doing such an amazing job!
Added by Rtop on Feb 07, 2015 12:31 PM
Marilynn Johnson
Civil War
I have two gg grandfathers that fought for the Union in the Civil War. Martin Wiggins of Wisconsin was a Native American and Joseph Johnson of Ohio was a farmer.

Marilynn Johnson
Added by Marilynn Johnson on Jan 23, 2015 9:35 PM
Annette Gauthier
William H Auld
Thanks for trying. I will probably have to go to the National Archives. I know he came from Iowa, but that's all I know.
Added by Annette Gauthier on Jan 12, 2015 10:30 PM
Richard Boyer
RE: James A. Scott
There is already a picture of James Scott - 1850 - 1920 on the Homewood Cemetery Find-a-Grave site. He is buried in Section 14, Lot 118.

Added by Richard Boyer on Jan 12, 2015 5:16 PM
Richard Boyer
RE: James A. Scott
No, not for a James Scott with middle initial A or just plain James Scott.

Added by Richard Boyer on Jan 12, 2015 4:59 PM
Richard Boyer
RE: James A. Scott
The only one that is even close to those dates is a James Scott who was born 8 Dec 1850 and died 19 May 1920.

Added by Richard Boyer on Jan 12, 2015 3:53 PM
Ellen Bishop
RE: Thanks for your information
I see, our biggest problem, since the Vets buried in Hot Springs National Cemetery came from all over the country, died and are buried there, we can;t always figure out who they are and do any kind of meaningful memorial for them, lacking any date of birth and sometimes, nothing more than is on the stone. So unless there is a record that includes knowning where they died, records are not helpful, for Vet with common names and most are!
Added by Ellen Bishop on Jan 09, 2015 8:40 AM
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