|David Hill (#46626495)|
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Lt. Gen. Richard Taylor Camp #1308
Sons of Confederate Veterans
"Lest We Forget"
If any one has requests or suggestions, please send me a message through the memorial suggestion tab and I will reply to you promptly.
11th Texas Infantry (63)
Camp #152, Richland Camp,... (16)
Camp #163, Horace Randal ... (105)
Camp #17, Baton Rouge Cam... (79)
Camp #182, Henry Watkins ... (77)
Camp #229, Arcadia Camp, ... (36)
Camp #249, Stonewall Jack... (42)
Camp #3, General Leroy St... (261)
Camp #379, Confederate Ve... (23)
Camp #40, Natchitoches Ca... (31)
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|David Hereford Surles||Hills in Harrison County|
I notice you took a picture of Concord Cemetery in Harrison County. I am researching my Hill ancestors who lived in that vicinity in the 1850s and 1860s. Do you live in the area, or is it just a coincidence?
|Researcher||William Pinkney Smith|
Thanks for you help with this -- his sister is my GGG-grandmother. More edits probably coming -- Researcher
|Dana||Robert Hall Boyers|
Hi! You left flowers on the memorial of Robert Hall Boyers who was born in Evergreen Cemetery in Paris, Lamar County, TX. Is he relate to you? I'm seeking information about who his father is. I believe he was enumerated with Joseph & Rachel Dickson in 1860 in Perry County Tennessee. There were 3 other Boyer's in this family. I'm tryiing to find out of they were related to Joseph & Rachel.
Dana (Stewart) Leeds
Added by Dana on Jun 22, 2016 4:37 PM
|James Clark||Marshall L Siler #19770796|
Hi Dave - FYI regarding this memorial. I just finished my research on Marshall and placed a split flag to his profile on Ancestry. (half Union and half Confederate). Marshall enlisted in the 39th Georgia on 4 Mar 1862 and deserted sometime prior to Aug 1864. Made his way to Missouri and enlisted in the 48th Missouri on 13 Aug 1864. Served with the 48th until muster out in Jun 1865.
|Wendell Miller||RE: Malachi Perry #14625722|
That what I found on Alfred Perry, Malachi's father, but I haven't anything to confirm tha Malachi was in the 55th TN Infantry. Do you have any information on Malachi's service?? Thank You!!!
|Wendell Miller||Malachi Perry #14625722|
I was referred to you for information on the Confederate service of Malachi Perry. He was my g-g-grandfather & was in Louisiana during the War & only 13 when it began. I believe that his father, Alfred Perry was in the 28th La Infantry at Vicksburg. Any information would be very much appreciated.Thanks!
|John Andrew Prime||Percy Browne parents|
David, I am submitting new memorial numbers. I discovered their memorials, with a few minor errors, had been created earlier by another researcher.
|Debbie G Morrogh||Transfers|
Thank you David!! Appreciate it very much.
|Charlotte Ann Price||81590311|
Thanks so much..Charlotte Ann Price
Thanks David for the headstone foto for Archie Boone. Appreciate you!
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