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I've been working on my family tree for some time now. I'm so grateful to all of you that have posted photos of our family graves. Living in a small community, I don't get enough requests to really make up for all the support I've received from others. Thanks again so much! Please let me know if you connect to some of my ancestors. The names in my family tree are many -- Chaney, Wilson, Davis, Moyer, Koontz, Rice/Royce, Norton, Morton, Morrison, Eddy, Huggins, Fleming, Hutchinson, Horton, Gray, Harris, Dodd, Carnahan and many others.|
Also, please send additions and corrections and I will be glad to add them to the existing memorials.
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|Cindy Williams||RE: Wood|
You are welcome, for the information on the Koontz man. That has to be him. That is just not a common first name.
For the Wood line, yes, both of my great-grandmothers have the maiden name of Wood. They are from Davidson and Rowan Counties. I will see what I have on that line.
I know the one Wood, line on my Grandfathers side, was hard to track, his dad was killed in the Civil War, and then the mom remarried. Still looking for other sisters for him. They tell me he had 2 sisters, but everywhere I look, I can not find them. I know the Richard Alexander Wood, my gg-grandfather (his dad is the one killed in war) had 22 kids. Two marriages and 3 kids he took in and raised from his second wife. I will be in touch.
Thank you for your time in placing people together in this web site.
I am sorry but no, this was on his headstone.
I do not see that memorial.
|Ann Gardner||RE: Thanks!|
Hello --- Let me know if you would like to manage Philip Bolton's memorial. I spent some time researching the family, but am not related. ------ Would be happy to transfer.
|Mama Salmon||RE: Correction|
You're welcome. I hope the new info helps. I did see some Davis headstones at Pine Hill Cemetery but none for Dorcas. When I returned home I entered her name in Findagrave for Monroe County and thats when I saw her listed in Pioneer Hill Cemetery. Pine Hill should've been named something completely different from Pioneer Hill.
|Donna Brummett||RE: Thanks|
Thank you. I had a typo on Ireland. Got it straight now.
|Janet||RE: Osborn Chaney|
He died Mar 21, 1864, at Woodville, Alabama, Regimental Hospital, of typhoid pneumonia.
I found a record for him.
National Archives records on ancestry.com.
U.S., Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865 for Osbourne Cheaney.
Name: Osbourne Cheaney
Death Date: 21 Mar 1864
Death Place: Regimental Hospital
Enlistment State: Illinois
Regiment: 13 Ill V
Box Number: 4
(The image of the original record shows what he died of.)
Added by Janet on May 26, 2014 5:04 PM
Ooops... I forgot. His memorial doesn't belong to me so it's not mine to offer! I'm so used to transferring memorials, I guess (happy to do it).
Would you like to manage his memorial?
|Bob Carter||RE: Genealogy|
Chaney and Fleming. Mine are Patterson & Whitaker for the most part, but I collect lots of names via intermarriages.
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