|Steven Smith (#46825378)|
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I'm looking for the parents of Henry Aldrich who lost his life in battle at Antietam in September 1862.|
He entered the service from Bristol, Connecticut where he lived with his wife, Sarah (Peck) Aldrich and their three young children.
Mr. Aldrich is believed to have been born in Worcester, Massachusetts around 1821. He has been mistaken for Henry Alanson Aldrich who died in 1906.
Henry Aldrich's oldest son, John W. Aldrich also served in the Civil War, and I'm trying to learn who his mother was.
Thank you in advance for any advice or help you may have to offer.
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|Peace4me||RE: Mount Rose burials|
You are very welcome! Carla :):)
Added by Peace4me on May 28, 2015 9:07 PM
|Michael Cannon||RE: Morrisons in North Side Cemetery|
You're welcome brother. I'm glad the weather finally cleared so I can get back out there again.
|Odielion||Ira S. Bradley|
My friend (sitting next to me) is the gr gr granddaughter of Ira Smith Bradley. She would like to use the photograph of the headstone in her ancestry genealogy. She would also like to know if you are related to Ira S. Bradley and if you know who his parents might be.
Thank you in advance.
LL in MD
Added by Odielion on May 26, 2015 3:33 PM
|Clay Turner||RE: Reuben Beal Reep|
Your welcome, glad I could help.
|Sandy Smith||RE: Melvin Lake|
Thank you for your kind words.
|Terry Goodwin||RE: Charles F. Brooker|
You are most welcome, glad to be of assistance.
|Cardinals Fan||RE: Dwayne Trank|
You're very welcome. I'm always happy to help.
|Nancy E.||Digel connections|
Thank you. Done.
Added by Nancy E. on Apr 27, 2015 7:42 PM
|Lleeah||RE: Hartwell Brainerd|
You're very welcome! His marker was totally covered in wet leaves since last fall so it would not have been possible to get it in the winter so it was probably the earliest in the season I could have gotten it. It was actually good that it was wet because then the dirt was easily wiped away for a nice clean stone. I was wondering if his Surname had any connection to one of our larger Cities in Minnesota or if it was just a coincidence.
Added by Lleeah on Apr 19, 2015 10:23 AM
|Sue Ann Harfst||Walter Lake|
You sent me an edit indicating that Simon Lake is not the father of Walter Lake, but you designate no one else. Do you have some evidence of this? As I did not set up the memorial I do not know these folks.
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