Request permission to post a photo Good Evening~ I am contacting you to ask permission to post your photo of the grave stone of Pvt Moses Buckley on his Fold3.com page. Pvt Buckley is buried in the Annapolis Nat'l Cemetery. Thank you for considering this request, Karen Belle
Henry Wilhelm Thank you so much for the transfer. I admit I am surprised, I didn't expect him to not be your ancestor. Thank you, we are please to have him and I will be adding his record in the War of 1812.
Rowland Rogers/Catherine Jarvis Thank you so much for posting my 5x great aunt and uncle's grave marker!!! I'm descended from Catherine's brother John Jarvis and his wife, Sarah Hood. But I noticed a mistake-- the grave marker says that Catherine was born in 1779 and you have 1799- small mistake, if you wouldn't mind fixing it. Again, thank you so much- I am trying to track down proof of John and Catherine's parents and I believe they were John Jarvis and Hannah Hill- and among Catherine's children are the names John and Hannah, sooooo maybe. :) I did my dna and I do connect to John and Sarah, so it looks good. This helps so much! :)
February 5, 1915. … Ahalt--Roelkey. A very pretty wedding took place last Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. Roelkey, on the “McDuell Homestead,” near Knoxville, when their daughter, Miss Olive May, became the bride of Mr. Earl Mathias Ahalt … [BRUNS CITZ 12FEB2015]
Source: The Brunswick Citizen published Feb. 12, 2015, “The Latest from the Last CENTURY” (gleaned from The Valley Register) John Roby Morsberger
H. Leroy Loving Words cannot express how grateful I am for this photo of my great uncle's grave. Never in a million years did I ever expect to find where he was buried. Thank you from the bottom of my family's heart!