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Diane L. Martenet (#47291663)
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Bio Photo I'm the genealogist for the family. I love searching, and adding to the giant family tree that I have researched.
I am an art teacher, gardener, naturalist, book reader, and love puzzles. I love photography, and find cemeteries interesting for the stone sculptures and art on the monuments, and for the quiet peace you find there.
Growing up I spent may happy Sunday afternoons playing in cemeteries while my parents and grandparents tended the family's graves, planted loads of flowers, tended urns, washed the markers, and pulled weeds. My brothers and I became familier with the names on the tombstones as if they were name plaques on someone's home, as we romped and played. And it has become a habit of mine, now that they all are gone, to still feel quite at home in a cemetery.
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Nancy French Crosno
Matthew Delaney's Civil War Status
Sorry Diane I forgot to put the full name of the man I sent the previous message about.
Matthew Delaney, Find A Grave # 57492276
Thanks again...
Added by Nancy French Crosno on Apr 21, 2014 3:53 PM
Nancy French Crosno
Matthew's Civil War Status
Hello Diane,
First of all let me thank you for your contributions to Find A Grave. The work you have contributed is immensely appreciated.
Next, according to the U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 List Matthew did serve in Co. F 3rd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry but is listed as a UNION soldier.
On the American Civil War Soldiers List it states Matthew enlisted as a UNION soldier in Company F, 3rd Infantry Regiment Kentucky on 8 Oct 1861, at Camp Wolford.
Enlisted as a Private on 3 November 1861.
Received a disability discharge from Company F, 3rd Infantry Regiment Kentucky on 21 Sep 1863 at Nashville, TN.
There is a possibility there is another Matthew Delaney but I have not found one.
Would you consider looking further into the matter and if CONFEDERATE is incorrect changing it?
Thank you for your consideration in this matter.
Added by Nancy French Crosno on Apr 21, 2014 3:49 PM
The Collector
Rev James Quisenberry
Regarding your request to connect James Quisenberry to his parents, Aaron and Joyce (Dudley), I do not connect to memorials with a "burial unknown". - Pat
Added by The Collector on Dec 19, 2013 10:20 AM
Jane from MI
Lydia Young Hatch
Thank you for making the memorial for Lydia Young Hatch #59390421. Do you have a source for her maiden name and connecting her to John Young #51533688 and Abigail Howland Young #51533778? I see that in a lot of trees but can't find a source. I descend from their daughter Martha who married Sylvannus Cottle. Thanks for you help. Jane from MI newjane2011@gmail.com
Added by Jane from MI on Aug 07, 2013 4:54 PM
William Taber
James Andrews
A polite request would have received a positive response. I see that you have created a new non-existent cemetery in Cass County. His burial is actually in nearby Carroll County in Seceder Cemetery.
Added by William Taber on Apr 09, 2013 4:01 PM
Franklin
Delaney, Matthew
(1836-1915) Its quoted "Company F Confederate Army, Kentucky Infantry." I know what confederate is but, what does Company F mean?
Added by Franklin on Mar 28, 2013 9:02 AM
Valerie Thompson
RE: Southern/Scott
I live in Kentucky. My greatgrandmother was Judy Bell Brown, daughter of John Harve Brown and Nannie Southern. Judy married Eugene Thompson.

Nannie Southern's parents were George Southern and Mary Bell Scott.
Added by Valerie Thompson on Jan 13, 2012 8:33 PM
Michelle Hektor
Catherine "Kitty" Johannes Martenet
Diane,
Thank you for clearing up some history for me! Kitty was my 3rd great grand aunt, and I wasn't sure of the location of her gravesite. Thank you for creating this memorial to her.
Michelle Hektor
Added by Michelle Hektor on Sep 08, 2011 10:39 AM
James T. (Jim) Fussell
Simon Marenet & Philena Fussell Martenet
Hello "cousin" Diane,

I am the great, great grandson of Jacob Fussell (1819-1912) who was the older brother of your (am I right?) ancestor Philena Fussell (1828-1892).

Thank you for all your additions to the Find A Grave website. Yours,

Jim
Added by James T. (Jim) Fussell on Feb 25, 2011 6:15 PM
 

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