|Rick McVey (#46770521)|
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|Sharon Ellis||RE: John McVey|
Thanks Rick. I see others with the stone on their trees, but I like to have smooth seas. :) Merry Christmas!
|Mark and Glorene Stevens||Gladys Harscher|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Gladys. Now come the hunt for where her husband is buried.
|Earl Parkins||Nancy Spencer # 21181061|
Hi Rick, I am of the Greenbrier Perkins/Parkins line from which Nancy Perkins Spencer descended. I was born in Gallia Co., Ohio where Nancy & Andrew were married 19 Sep., 1821. Nancy was the daughter of John and Ann Parkins, who relocated from Ohio to Knox Co., IL in 1843. Thank you for your Find-A-Grave service. Respectfully, Earl Parkins #47716601
|Sharon Ellis||John McVey|
Is it ok to "steal" his marker photo for my family tree? He is my 4th Great uncle. Thanks, Keep well, Sharon
|Dunott||Thank you for Hiram Pettis Memorial|
I am a member of the Clinton County Historical Association in Plattsburgh, NY. We have just written a book on Civil War soldiers of our county.
Now we're trying to track down where they're buried.
I was so glad to find this entry in Findagrave.
Thank you for all your work.
Added by Dunott on Feb 06, 2015 4:38 AM
|R. Smith Brockman||22451724 Harry Milton Reed|
Hi Rick, Harry Milton Reed was my Grandfather. He was married to my Grandmother Laura Eve Chapin 3 Mar 1902. His birth date 12 Jul 1880 in Beardstown, Cass, Illinois, USA died Sept 1902 Fort Worth, TX
Day is unknown.
Can you please enter this info?
Respectfully, Robin M. Brockman
|Janet Herron Tucker||Herren transfer|
Thank you very much!
|Jay Wright||RE: Harlan and Sewell Green|
Thanks, Rick. No apology necessary. Much appreciated. Happy Holidays. - Jay
|Warren Kaye||John G Gardiner|
My name is Warren Kaye and I am the Colonel of the Kentish Guards in East Greenwich, RI. We are seeking to honor our Civil War Veterans during the 150th anniversary of this bitter conflict and honor, the sacrifices made by these men and their families. The Kentish Guards served with distinction in fourteen major Civil War battles as Co H 2nd RI Inf., thus earning the distinction for all Kentish Guards units to henceforth display Battle Streamers to commemorate those engagements. To honor the Kentish Guardsmen who served during the Civil War, we wish to reunite with as many of their descendants or relations as we possibly can. With them, we wish to hold a ceremony – the date as yet to be determined – in which the Civil War Battle Streamers will be formally presented to the Kentish Guard company. Would you been one of those descendants? Please write back to me if you think you are possibly related.
Colonel Warren Kaye
|Genealogy Buff||John Brandenburg|
Thank you for transferring John's memorial to me. I will link him to his family.
Joan in SoCal
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