|Mark & Liz Clayton (#46970035)|
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I originally set up my profile with just my name but my sweet husband has done as much and sometimes more toward going "the extra mile" to preserve these monuments for future generations so I finally decided to revise my profile to reflect us together. :)|
I am always glad to update any sites I manage with info and glad to tranfer to family if it is not someone to whom I am also related.
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|Barbara Goodwin||Martha E Smith McClung|
Thank you for the update. She was my Great Grandmother.
|Kenneth||RE: Janie Johnson|
Added by Kenneth on Apr 01, 2014 7:59 AM
See if i did as you requested.
Added by CP on Mar 24, 2014 1:27 PM
Thank you for transferring our grandparent's memorials, and God bless you for all the work you do here!!!
|Terry Foenander||Joseph Wilson Alexander.|
Additional data on Confederate States Navy officer, Alexander, with sources shown:
Joseph Wilson Alexander (ORN 2, 1, 301 incorrectly shows first name as James), born North Carolina, about 1839 (age shown as 26 in 1865); original service in the United States Navy, from September 21, 1853; resigned, 1861; appointed 1st lieutenant, Confederate States Navy, July 18, 1861; commanded CSS Raleigh, James River squadron, Virginia, 1861 – 1862; detached from the James River Squadron, November, 1862, and ordered to Savannah, Georgia; served, as executive officer, aboard the CSS Atlanta; captured, June 17, 1863, at Wassaw Sound, Georgia; sent to Fort Lafayette, New York Harbor, then to Fort Warren, July 4, 1863; escaped August 19, 1863, but recaptured and confined at Portland Gaol; returned to Fort Warren, September 7, 1863; appointed 1st lieutenant, Provisional Navy, to rank from January 6, 1864; paroled September 28, 1864, and exchanged and sent to Richmond, from City Point, Virginia, October, 1864; ordered to report to Confederate Army lieutenant general Hardee, at Charleston, South Carolina, for special duty, November, 1864; served aboard the CSS Virginia II; later ordered to assume command of the CSS Beaufort, December, 1864; sent to hospital, sick, February, 1865; captured and imprisoned for seventeen months, then took the oath of allegiance, and applied for a Presidential pardon in November, 1865; in his application his personal details are shown as 5 feet, 10 inches in height, fair complexion, dark hair and blue eyes, and his occupation stated to be a farmer; returned to his residential home at Lincolnton, North Carolina, after the war. [ORN 1, 7, 44; 1, 11, 784; 1, 12, 182; 1, 14, 267 and 2, 1, 301; ORA 1, 35 (part 2), 648; Register1863; JCC 4, 121; CSN Register; Fort Warren; see also, his own account of his escape from Fort Warren, in the article, How We Escaped From Fort Warren, in issue 2, volume 13 (October, 1892), of the New England Magazine, published by the New England Magazine Company, Boston, Massachusetts; SHC-UNC; Daily Dispatch (Richmond, Virginia) dated October 20, 1864; Presidential pardons.]
|Charles Brooks||RE: Your Comment|
I hope i did not hurt nobody's feeling's as i sent those messages to you with the info on the 10th and 11th of Oct.
I have returned the memorial to you as i am no relative but i thank you for the opportunity to straighten out this memorial.
|Judy in California||Benny Patman Ford|
Thank you for the transfer. I will add additional information that I know.
Judy in California
Thank you so much
Thanks so much for the transfer of these two family members!
|Diana Brooks McBay 46807288||Roberts transfers from Collinsville Cemetery|
Thanks for transferring the Robert memorials to me...I will make the additional changes that I had asked you to do...the transfers were a surprise...again thanks for all you both do...
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