|Jody & Lesa Baltz (#17485994)|
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We really like the whole Find-a-Grave concept since we enjoy researching local, military, Civil War, and family history. If you have any additions or corrections on our entries, let us know. Also we do not mind making transfers to anyone researching or wishing to further document their family tree (as long it is not one of our family lines we are working). We are very busy, so don't be surprised if it doesn't take a couple of months to get to your request, but we will do our best to help all.|
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|Hans Nielsen||Find A Grave Memorial# 16006823|
Rolen Newsom is my gg uncle. Could you please transfer this memorial so I can add information?
|CHARLENE CASTLE GIBBONS||ELEANOR CAIN BURROW|
Could you please check your records as to her parents are. I believe they are John Jarrell Burrow and Eleanor Nealey Cain.
|Steve Cole||Henry C. Holt - Tullahoma|
I posted a copy of a newspaper article about the death of Henry Holt. I have a lot about his service in the Civil War. He had the opportunity to serve in some very unique places and events. He was in the first naval engagement on the Mississippi River involving gunboats and he commanded a battery of a rare breech-loading cannon used by the Confederate army.
|Steve Cole||Henry C Holt|
I have been researching the Confederate service of Henry C. Holt to make sure this is the same person who fought in a battle in my hometown. He is the son of Dr. Archibald M. Holt. Both are buried in the Tullahoma Cemetery. I cannot find any family tree for Dr. A. M. Holt on the internet or history of this family. I didn't see Henry Holt on your virtual Confederate cemetery. Specifically would like to find documentation of Henry Holt's selection to attend the US Naval Academy in 1859.
|A. Warfel||Trecy Stewart|
Trecy Stewart, Memorial number 17053960, is my great grandmother. Would you please transfer her to me? Thank you.
|Gypsy||Fannie Bell TEMPLETON|
The father of Fannie Bell is John Newton TEMPLETON. Her husband is John Calvin BRIXEY. Just a misplaced Calvin :)
Added by Gypsy on Mar 27, 2015 9:25 PM
|Bob Stokley||Pvt. Charles Stokley|
Thanks for the transfer of this memorial to me.
|Sara Hargrave||Find a grave site|
I was wondering if you could possibly find my grandparents grave sites. Their names are James Clyde Adams, Sr. and Margaret Hyman Adams. They are in Willow Mount cemetery, Lot 517, graves K and L. Find and take pictures please. Thank you so much.
Sara Adams Hargrave
|Kenn Steffy||Eliza Duff|
Eliza D. (Brown) Duff married Henry Craig Duff on 06 Apr 1837. Henry was born in 1808 and died in 1894 in TN. Eliza was the daughter of William Brown (10 Nov 1767 - 18 Jun 1858) and his 1st wife, Mary (Davis) Brown (1780 - 09 Apr 1819; they married on 25 sep 1806. William remarried on 25 May 1820 to Dorcas Tabitha Floyd (27 Sep 1790 - 23 Oct 1864).
|Keith Edwards||James T. Alford 5067022|
Thank you so much for creating that nice memorial for my uncle. He & one other are the only 2 from SC buried there. :)
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