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|Sandra Steindl Rodriguez||RE: Ray E. Beville & Willard S. Cox|
You're welcome for the photos. It was a pleasure helping out.
If you will contact me by a private message, I'll be able to add a little background (too long for a public message) in regard to Harriett Beck.
Added by Max on Oct 05, 2015 8:25 AM
|LKat||John S. Teague|
As always, glad to honor another veteran.
Added by LKat on Oct 02, 2015 2:39 PM
|Slick||RE: Rev. Dr. Joseph Newton Jenkins|
Thanks, just trying to preserve history.
Added by Slick on Sep 25, 2015 9:45 PM
You are welcome for the photo, always glad to help.
Added by LKat on Sep 23, 2015 5:37 PM
Several months, or maybe just over a year ago, we searched the Bosqueville Cemetery for Mr. Cobb, as well as several other family members, but were unable to locate any of the ones requested. However, we will look again in the next few weeks.
|Kevin Lassen||RE: James G. Stone at Bold Springs|
Thanks! I messaged the lady that managed that memorial earlier today. Thanks for helping with this! I am a genealogist by trade and was helping a client find her family. The first time I looked at the memorial I didn't see "Korea"because it is almost covered up in that picture. The dates were right in the biography section for the James G. Stone I was looking for but I was confused by the US Army marker since I knew he had served in the Confederate Cavalry. Upon closer examination of the picture I saw "Korea" and knew it had to be the wrong marker for the JG Stone I was working on. I know everyone tries to put the correct info on here but we're only human. It is a such a great resource! I truly appreciate all the time people like you put in to helping others connect to their families. Have a great weekend!!!
|Kevin Lassen||RE: James G. Stone|
I think the link should be removed since it's not the right James G. Stone. He could be buried with Emma but the family was much more prosperous by 1908 and it seems like they would have placed a marker for their father. He lived on the same street as his son. Another mystery to be solved!
|Kevin Lassen||RE: Emma Stone|
The information on the memorial for James G. Stone is correct for the husband of Emma. He was born in Hickman, Kentucky in 1834. Went to Texas in 1860. Served in War Between the States as private, Co. C, 1 (Yager's) Texas Cavalry. He died 23 Feb 1908 in Waco, McLennan County, Texas per his death certificate. It did not list a place of burial. There's no way the photo belongs to this James G. Stone. I looked and looked and could not find where he was buried. Maybe he's in a cemetery that hasn't been surveyed. He married a second time and his wife, Elizabeth, received a pension for his service in the CSA. She died in Austin at the Confederate Women's home in 1922. She is buried in the Texas State Cemetery in Austin.
|Kevin Lassen||RE: Emma Stone|
I'm sorry I did not see this sooner. No, she's not related. I was helping someone with their family history and found your memorial. Thanks for adding it. It was a big help in continuing to find information on that project.
Kevin M. Lassen
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