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Phoebe Shamline is one of my ancestors. Would you consider transferring her memorial to me? She is in Turon Cemetery, Turon, Reno County, KA. Thanks, Patricia Fabri #47703186
|Ruth Briggs||Arnold Lee Wade Jr|
Thank you so much for the transfer. I really appreciate it.
|Ruth Briggs||Arnold Lee Wade Jr|
Could you please link him to his mother Shirley Anne Armstrong Wade Find A Grave # 125937021? Or if you would consider transferring him to me I could add his obit. His mother was my cousin. Thank You.
|apbr||Henry Clay Evans|
Thank you so much for the CSA info. I will report him to the United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) and the NM Sons of Confederate Veterans (NMSCV). It may take a little while to get him sent into NMSCV but I will let the local (Portales, NM) UDC know today. They are the group with which I've been working.
Based on research we have done so far on lists obtained by the UDC of members of the United Confederate Veterans, Valverde Camp #1419, Roswell, NM, in the early 1900s, we have found 2 other men who lived in the area at that time who also served in the 8th Texas Cavalry (Terry's) (1st Rangers) (8th Rangers): Pvt. C. B. Jones who served in Co. F, and Pvt. John T. Randle/Randel, who served in Co. A.
We recently obtained markers for the unmarked graves of 5 Confederate soldiers buried at South Park: John G. Allen, James H. Hamlin, Thomas A. Johnson, W. S. O'Neal and C. L. Wilson. We are having a dedication at South Park for three of the graves on April 26th.
Our research continues on possible civil war veterans buried in the SE corner of NM, and we anticipate finding more as additional information becomes available.
Added by apbr on Mar 03, 2014 1:02 PM
|apbr||Heny Clay Evans|
Thank you for the links to his parents. I've updated the memorial.
Do you happen to know if Henry Clay Evans served in the civil war? I belong to a group attempting to document civil war soldiers buried at South Park Cemetery.
Added by apbr on Mar 01, 2014 6:25 PM
|Dwayne Hawpe||RE: Eleanor Banks|
I know she is alive and well and I agree she shouldn't be listed. Someone else created the memorial because she shares a gravestone with husband and her name is there. Since I didn't create the memorial I can't delete it. And if I did someone else sooner or later would just make another one. She is in my family tree which is why I took over managing her memorial.
The same thing has happened for my wife. She had her name added to a stone for her 1st husband who died unexpectedly 40 years ago. Someone came along and made a memorial for her. I got it removed and some months later another one appeared. So I got it transfered to me.
Thanks for your concern
|Dan Hittle||RE: James D Hittle|
I am not sure of a monument, but they have him listed as buried in Towanda. ref #58506765
|Dan Hittle||J. D. Hittle|
Where is he buried? One entry says in Medicine Lodge, Ks, but 58506765 says Towanda, Ks.
|Charlene Kimpler||John Kemp|
Thank you for transferring his memorial page to me and for linking him with those I requested.
|Elaine McCracken Lane||Willie T. Jewell|
Please link Willie T. Jewell #100371909 to his parents: Father-Thomas Jewell #76487729 Mother-Isabel Alison Forsyth Jewelll #77273117.
Elaine McCracken Lane
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