|charles mcdonald (#46928517)|
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I do alot of research on the Regiments below and I am always looking for burial locations and photos of the Soldiers.|
1st Brigade N.C.Confederate Militia
1st New York Marine Artillery
3rd Georgia Infantry
6th New Hampshire Infantry
9th New York Infantry(Hawkins Zouaves)
21st Massachusetts Infantry
51st Pennsylvania Infantry
89th New York Infantry
Southampton Cavalry/13th Virginia Cavalry Co.A
Giles Light Artillery(Mccomas' Battery)
When I find a memorial or make one if I have a photo of the Soldier I will post it.I also help in finding a id for photos of unknown Soldiers and will help anyone who is looking for a photo of Soldiers.
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|Roger P. Jones||George W. Wert #38514883|
Thanks for posting this memorial. He is my wife's 2nd great grand uncle. We have been working on putting together the Wert family and the inscription on this stone appears to support what I have been trying to prove. Any chance that you have seen a transcription of all the writing on the stone? I will also be sending a similar message to the person who posted the photo. Thanks in advance. Rog
|patricia herrod||Charles Mcdonald|
This is Patricia Jarvis,Charles and Janice's daughter.I don;t have any of y'alls numbers.I just wanted to let y'all,someone know that momma passed Friday the 29th.I don't know how to let John,Richard Or Alice know...I thought they would like to know.So sorry to let y'all know this way...
|June Still||Mitchel S. Ferebee|
Mitchel S. Ferebee is buried in the Ferebee Cem. in Sligo, Currituck Co., NC Find A Grave#93209381
|Kathy Wittes||Isaac Wittes|
Hello Mr. McDonald,
Just wanted to let you know that my grandfather Isaac Wittes, buried in Mennonite Cemetery, was not killed at Antietam on Sept 17, 1862. That was actually a different Isaac Wittes. The one buried at Mennonite Cemetery in Whitehouse, Ohio, my grandfather, actually died September 12, 1867. You can see how the similar dates and same name got mixed up; the error about him being a Civil War vet was originally made by me and unfortunately has spread far and wide faster than I have been able to correct it. If you look closely at the tombstone picture you can see that the date on it for his death is correct: September 12, 1867.
Would you be able to kindly correct the information on the Find A Grave blurb you created? Or turn the memorial management over to me? I have since found much more information on the family since making the original mistake. I want the soldier's info to be matched with him, and my great grandfather's info to be matched with him, but the two of them keep getting mixed up.
|bls||J. Gearhart PA 51st Co A|
Appreciate your help with my ancestor Pvt Gearhart - when he died/where he's buried? Thanks.
Added by bls on Mar 22, 2015 9:44 AM
|Robin Arvickson||Luke Martin|
I'm working on a volume of grave locations for veterans of the USCT. Could I have your permission to use the picture you posted of Luke Martin's grave in this compilation? I will cite you as the source.
|Salvarsan||Almira FARR #39914768|
I've sent you several requests to remove this memorial, which is a duplicate of #38461640.
Please follow FindAGrave policy and delete #39914768.
Oh my I forgot to leave my E-mail address Bdampman@aol.com. John Ells was the father-in-law of Samuel Meintzer, brother of Christian and William Charles Meintzer. Thanks again.
Bonnie Mintzer Dampman
|Bonnie Dampman||Photos Of Vets|
Hey, My name is Bonnie Mintzer Dampman and I have two Uncle's who fought in the Civil War. William Charles Meintzer and his brother Christian H. Meintzer. They lived in Augusta, Georgia and William was in Pritchard's Unit, I will have to look up Christian's. An uncle through marriage also was in Pritchard's Light Artittery, John Henry Neibling. If you ever run across pictures of them I would so appreciate copies. Their father Christian was my Meintzer immigrant. They lived in Pennsylvania but for some reason moved to Augusta, Georgia. Thank You for your time.
Bonnie Mintzer Dampman
|Carl Catherman||Castor Seebold|
Thank you very much for updating his memorial.
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