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Trulee Button Carpenter (#47924880)
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Pennola Nolan
Julia Ketchum Button

Please me your email, mine is

Added by Pennola Nolan on Feb 07, 2015 9:46 PM
Pennola Nolan
Julia Button/Ketchum
By the way Trulee are you related if so how?
Added by Pennola Nolan on Feb 06, 2015 6:49 PM
Pennola Nolan
RE: Julia Electa Ketchum Button Boorn
No Trulee, I did not mean that, please don't take me wrong. What I mean is I have tons of Ketchum photos, I share with others on the hopes of getting recanition for being the owner but they seem to put there own entry as if it was theirs. I know where you got it, I am sure. I loe to share but never get in return. Leave it there, your good.
Added by Pennola Nolan on Feb 06, 2015 6:47 PM
Pennola Nolan
Julia Electa Ketchum Button Boorn

Just wondered how you got my picture of Julia? It is mine and I have the original, just seems I never get the credit for all of my "Ketchum" photos that have been appearing on the internet.

Added by Pennola Nolan on Feb 02, 2015 8:48 AM
RE: Ann Eliza Smith Find A Grave Memorial# 65145555
Thank you. The info I had was taken from her death certificate transcription, which is now pasted into her memorial, along with the corrected info. Happy Holidays!
Added by skye on Dec 23, 2014 9:24 PM
Sean O'Connell
RE: Pvt. Matthew Bittles
Pvt. Matthew Bittles was one of the soldiers originally buried on the Rufin plantation outside Petersburg along with our Lieut. Michael O'Connell. When their remains were transfer to the Centre Point National Cemetery Michael's details were lost and he was buried in an unmarked grave. We will never be sure which grave holds our Michael but his comrades in death have helped us identify the cemetery where he ended up. We will forever honour them for that. Lest we forget.
Added by Sean O'Connell on Aug 15, 2014 12:12 AM

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