|Peter Caverno (#47271720)|
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|I have been doing Genealogy Research for 10 yrs now. Most of my research entails the Seacoast region of New Hampshire (Strafford and Rockingham Counties) and York County, Maine.|
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|Tim & Grace||Josiah Kneeland - Civil War|
I haven't had any more luck in finding a gravestone for Josiah M. Kneeland. Lately I have noticed quite a few gravestones for "UNKNOWN U.S.SOLDIER" in cemeteries I have visited... such as Salsbury Cemetery and Old Village Cemetery in Canaan, Somerset County, Maine.
There are sections in Mount Pleasant Cemetery and adjacent Mount Hope Cemetery in Augusta for Civil War soldiers... but they are mainly for soldiers FROM Augusta, Maine who served.
I see you added photos to his memorial. They are not from Augusta, Maine... it would be less confusing those viewing them if you explain in the caption WHERE they were taken. [A bit strange that they have a Civil War memorial shaped like a computer monitor]
I am transferring the memorial back to your care.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330
Live Long and Prosper \V/,
|Louise Homan Keiser||Riverside Cemetery, Newmaket, NH|
Many thanks for your time and effort in photographing our dear friend's headstone. We moved away from the cold winters in Newmarket and it's been over 5 years since we have visited Jonathan Earle's resting place. It is warming to see the spring pansies in bloom, that his wife plants each year.
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