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Time Traveler (#47770418)
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Bio Photo Please send me any corrections or additions, and they will be added promptly.

Any photos of graves that I have taken may be used by anybody as they see fit. As I see it, that is the purpose of this website.

Rudeness will not be responded to. Please be civil in your tone and words.

Please use the "EDIT" tab on the memorial page to offer corrections on memorials, as this makes it easier for me to locate the correct one. This includes now the new feature that allows you to make the family connections yourself, instead of having to send a message to me.

Please check the "EDITS" tab on your Find-A-Grave profile page to see if you have corrections to approve or disapprove.

If you would like a memorial transferred to you, please ask. I will happily transfer any memorial to a relative who falls within the FAG guidelines, unless the memorial is of a relative of mine.
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Capers W Holman memorial
Time Traveler,

Thanks for the photograph of the plaque for Confederate dead containing Capers Holman.

Keep up the good work.

Larry Holman
Added by Larry on Sep 30, 2014 7:47 AM
George Rogers Park
Byred Hice
thanks for the photo
Added by George Rogers Park on Sep 29, 2014 10:36 AM
Record Keeper
Hiram Helmick
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph Hiram Helmick's monument listing. I really appreciate all the effort.

Everyone knows about the horrors of Andersonville. Not everyone knows about Camp Douglas. War really is hell, regardless of the color of the uniform.
Added by Record Keeper on Sep 27, 2014 3:07 AM
Regina Negrycz
Sister Mary Denise
You did a beautiful job on Mary's virtual grave. Are you a relative? I'm a relative of her cousin Monsignor Daniel J. McCarthy from Brooklyn and am trying to trace Mary's family as well. If you are a relative, I'd love to correspond further with you.
Added by Regina Negrycz on Sep 26, 2014 2:09 PM
John Fambrough
You are SUPER!!

Thank you so much!

Added by Jewell on Sep 25, 2014 3:52 PM
John Fambrough

Thank you for trying to get a picture of his name on the monument, but I don't see his name. Maybe I am looking at the wrong thing. Let me know if you can. Thanks so much.

J. Albright
Added by Jewell on Sep 25, 2014 3:39 PM
Cherokee Rose
Leander J Dunlap
Thanks so very much for the marker photo showing Leander Dunlap's info. I truly appreciate the time and effort you put in get this for me. It's perfect! Marlene
Added by Cherokee Rose on Sep 25, 2014 7:44 AM
Marian Johnson
Durrs in Oak Woods Cemetery
Thank you for transferring the photograph of Frederick G Durr to my memorial. I am curious about why you took photographs of some of the Durr family, and not others who are buried in the same plot (Division 5, Lots 171 and 172.) Are there no markers for the others? My records list the following Durrs buried there: Lot 171- Olive Durr, Willie Durr, Caroline F. Durr, Kate Durr, Benjamin C. Durr, Caroline J Durr Dalton, Samuel A. Durr and George Durr. Lot 171 - Frederick G Durr, Maud Annie Durr, Frederick J. Durr and Ernestine D Brown Durr Howard (remarried after Frederick's death)and other people not related to me. Then across the cemetery in Division 4 Lot 29 I have Louise C Durr Rehbein and her family Florence Rehbein, Albert H. Rehbein and Albert H. Rehbein, Jr. Is there some way you can determine if there are markers for the abovementioned people? Marian Johnson (#47442963)
Added by Marian Johnson on Sep 23, 2014 8:33 AM
I just wanted to let you know how much the photograph of Private Eleazer Corder's memorial photo is appreciated! The plaque is most unusual and very interesting, a very important part of our nation's history indeed. Warmly, Helen
Added by Helen on Sep 21, 2014 9:16 PM
Ted Myers
W.L. Brown
This is the information provided on the roster for the 55th, according to Historical Data Systems.
Added by Ted Myers on Sep 21, 2014 9:30 AM
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