|David Hill (#46626495)|
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Lt. Gen. Richard Taylor Camp #1308
Sons of Confederate Veterans
"Lest We Forget"
If any one has requests or suggestions, please send me a message through the memorial suggestion tab and I will reply to you promptly.
11th Texas Infantry (57)
Camp #152, Richland Camp,... (16)
Camp #182, Henry Watkins ... (75)
Camp #229, Arcadia Camp, ... (36)
Camp #249, Stonewall Jack... (42)
Camp #3, General Leroy St... (243)
Camp #379, Confederate Ve... (21)
Camp #409, Louden Butler ... (54)
Camp #41, Mouton Camp, Un... (71)
Camp #490, Henry Gray Cam... (44)
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|YanceyNames||Union Chapel Cemetery|
I note you posted photo of Union Chapel Cemetery in Smith County.
if someone was buried there in 1868 - any idea what (if any) newspaper their death notice would have been posted in??
Dennis Yancey - dyancey @ miami.edu
(looking for death notice and grave marker of Mary Ann Bullard Yancey in 1868)
Good Day Brother Hill,
I am the Great great grandson of Octave Hebert (10691821). Will you kindly transfer his record to me?
Brother A. T. Hebert
Col. E.W. Taylor Camp #1777
Added by Drew on Nov 07, 2013 1:01 PM
|Bennie Dunn||W. G. Dunn|
I've been working on my Dunn ancestry tree for about a year now. In a search of Confederate Veterans in Ouachita Parish I came across your virtual cemetery page "Camp 182 Henry Watkins Allen" of Ouachita parish. I notice my Great, Great Grandfather W. G. Dunn is listed as being a member. I would love to see the roll list that you pulled the information from. I have looked everywhere on the Internet and cannot find it. I did find a group picture of them from a 1913 reunion. It is not much help in identifying him because I do not have any family pictures of him. My G.G. Grandfather was with the 5th Georgia Infantry Co. F from pretty much the beginning to the end of the war. I am also a member of the Capt. Thomas O. Benton Camp #1444 of Monroe, LA.
Thanks for any help,
|VERNA||THEODULE DAIGLE # 5884917|
Mr. Hill, The grave photo on THEODULE DAIGLE # 5884917, is on the wrong memorial. This THEODULE DAIGLE was born in 1883 and died in 1960.
Added by VERNA on Oct 19, 2013 6:10 PM
|JB BERRY||Sons of Confederate Veterans|
Created by: JB BERRY
Record added: Oct 13, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 118650113
Sons of Confederate Veterans serving as 1st Lieutenant Commander in the Lt. General Richard Taylor Camp #1308.
Added by JB BERRY on Oct 13, 2013 2:17 PM
|Mona Gray Warren||Armand Richard|
David - I am working on my family tree and my great, great, grandfather's name was Armand Richard and he was from Louisiana. I see the info is birth and death, unknown. I have enlarged the picture of the head stone, but am having a hard time seeing exactly what information is on it. Could you please email all the information that is on it.
Thank you for any help you can give me.
Mona Gray Warren
|Joe Lineberger||EMH Duke|
Euthademus Moses Duke, b. 19 Nov 1834 in Harris County,GA; d. 31 May 1927 in Miller County, AR.
Son of Moses Stephen Duke and Sarah Ann Moore.
|Traveller Doctor||Benjamin Franklin Ingram Correction|
Great job you have done in the Mount Olive Cemetery. I noted in working on my family's history, that Benjamin Franklin Ingram, who is my G-G-Grandfather, is buried with a marker indicating that he served in the CSA through a Texas unit. In fact, B. F. Ingram served in Company F, 12th Alabama Infantry, CSA. He served throughout the war and was badly wounded at the Battle of Seven Pines. His brother, John U. Ingram was killed.
B.F. Ingram's wife, Permilia Frances Alexander Ingram is buried at his side in an unmarked grave. She applied for a pension from the State of Texas which was offered to indigent veterans and their widows regardless of their state of service. You can double-check this by accessing the pension application at the Texas State Archives. Thanks for your service in providing pictures and information. If you want any additional information about his family, please contact me by e-mail.
David, The Keatchie Cemetery photo was submitted by you, so I am hoping you can help me. I have been taking photos of all headstones in the Keatchie Cemetery next to the Confederate Cemetery in the town limits of Keatchie to upload to the memorials. I have received a couple messages that this is the Good Hope Cemetery and not Keatchie. That there is another cemetery named Keatchie. The photo you took on the Keatchie site does not look like the cemetery where I am taking photos. But in the older days it may have looked better. The cemetery is in horrible condition. Many broken stones, sunken stones and unreadable stones. Many graves sunken in and the monuments fallen over. It is scary to walk through. So many military stones, I wonder if they have been recorded. Would appreciate any information from you. Thanks Pat (#47164320)
|Becky Creel Wilcox||Samuel Rowland Collier|
Corrections have been made ~ Thanks so much! Are you related to Samuel Collier - if so I will be happy to transfer the memorial over to you?
Thanks for all your beautiful - hard work ~
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