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|Zoe Tom||See FAG #: 174648583|
I found this on a Veteran's web site.
Added by Zoe Tom on Dec 31, 2016 3:32 AM
|CAT||William W. Winburn|
I see you have made memorials at Bear Creek Cemetery and my family has been trying for so many years to locate the grave of William W. Winburn (1825-1864), a Confederate soldier who was shot three times in battle, left on the battlefield, found by the Union Army, taken to Richmond Hospital and Prison as a prisoner. He died there and his wife Rebecca Ousley drove a wagon from Steer Pen (Cheraw) to Richmond where she paid randsom of fifty dollars to get his body. On the way home she and a farm worker had to bury him along the roadside. The road was Highway 102 between Patrick and Hartsville. There is a wooden marker. My Uncle would go there, in the Sand Hills to pay his respects but he has passed now. We cannot locate the grave. If you ever see it please contact me. I appreciate your help....too old now to make the trip.
Added by CAT on Dec 24, 2016 7:47 AM
|Scott Marks||William Isom Curtis SR|
I too believe that my great grandfather was William Isom Curtis (SR).
His Wife was Mary Francis (Fannie) Wallace. (maiden name Clark)
But I have searched for years as to what happened to William Isom Curtis Sr. I know plenty about his oldest son, William Isom Curtis RR.
Please help me find William Sr. He seems to have just disappeared before 1900. There are lost of records showing his middle initial as "I" but I don't know why the G on my great grandmothers tombstone.
I see that you picked up on this right away. Hope you can solve my mystery. Thank you,
Scott Curtis Marks