|Brandon A. Cowles||James Campbell Find A Grave Memorial# 15183013|
Where is that large monument photo taken at? I was at Fountain Run yesterday and did not see that one.
James is my 5th great grandfather.
|David R. Davidson||Maj. William Lee Davidson FAG#8582004|
What a great job you are doing creating the Revolutionary War Patriot Virtual Cemeteries.
Did not find General William Lee Davidson listed, he died at the Battle of Cowan's Ford 1 Feb 1781.
|Barbara Campbell||Asa Harrell|
Thank you for the information on Asa. I have looked over his DAR records and made changes to his and his wife's memorials based on same.
|Christine||Memorial #142395352 - John Ingram|
Thank you for the lovely memorial on John Ingram. Could you please tell me where you got the location of his birth (Union County, S.C.) and the names of his children and parents? Or was that contributed by Will Graves.
|L.J. Henley||In Appreciation|
Thank you very much for taking the time to enter such wonderful information on this patriot. He is my 8th great grand uncle. The facts you posted make it possible for me to follow up on the documentation. I appreciate your commitment.
|Dottie Meadows||Adam Crum|
I am wondering where you obtained all the information regarding Adam? He was my 4th great grandfather. Thank you.
|Barbara Howard||Terria McSwain|
Do you happen to know where Terria is buried?
|Ancestral Sleuth||Captain Thomas Lofton|
Thank you so much for the bio on Captain Lofton. It is much appreciated!
Are you interested in taking over his memorial or just keeping history alive?
Let me know either way.
~HMC Debbie Zimmermann, USN, retired
|Blackjack||Drury Dobbins Scruggs|
Vonnie. I am descended from William Erwin Scruggs, Drury Dobbins Scruggs I, Drury Dobbins Scruggs II, Richard Scruggs II, and Richard Scruggs I. Would you be willing to share your DAR application on Patriot Richard Scruggs, so that I may attempt to prove my ancestry from the Revolutionary ancestor, Richard Scruggs? Thanks!
|Mountain Traveler||RE: Mary McDonough Johnson|
I also tend to think that if Mary Johnson was in Harmony there would be a marker for her. That cemetery has been photographed a few times in its entirety. The mother of Andrew Johnson would have a marker. Greeneville is famous for, and derives tourism, being the home of Andrew Johnson.
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