|Kusel Mary||Edward Caroulus Kusel, Sr|
Thank you for the photograph you posted as Mayor of Oroville. I would like to list his accomplishments but cannot do it. Can you assist me in finding room on his memorial to do this.
Please respond to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I have changed the memorial for Rachel Fordham to born May 24, 1831 in NY. Thanks for your edit.
Added by Jay on May 08, 2016 6:57 AM
|LBeebe||William Ludlow Photos|
Your right, the photos are the same for father and son. I did not post the photos on my site, William Ludlow 1843-1901), No. 134897614. Not sure which one is correct.
Added by LBeebe on May 01, 2016 11:36 AM
Hello..Just wanted to politely request that if you add any pictures featured on my site (The Strangest Names In American Political History) could you please mention or give a link that you originally found them there...
|glenda wheeler||Harold Edmund Brazil|
Thank you for your suggestion to add info about the Tuskegee Airmen to his memorial. I have done that.
Thank you for all you do for Find a Grave.
Glenda FISK Wheeler
|Carrick Maxwell||RE: Terry Joseph Charlton|
Yes, how do you know so much. I love Genealogy and have a tree on ANCESTRY and wikitree.
|Virginia||Lt. Terry Charlton|
Thanks for the information.
Added by Virginia on Mar 11, 2016 2:22 PM
|Carrick Maxwell||Terry Joseph Charlton|
Thanks so much for the info on the Tuskeegee Airmen. I'll put it on the Ancestry page I have for him!
|Familly Researcher||thanks! re: James Pratt|
Thanks for the correction of James Pratt's service--my mistake, because i knew he served in the 54th Mass. I have a special interest in the 54th Mass, as well as the 55th Mass and the 5th Mass Cavalry. I have about 500 of their veterans memorials here.
I am a Past Camp Commander of a Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War Camp and our local cemetery has the second largest number of vets of the 54th Mass buried there of any cemetery in the US. My grandfather, also a Past Camp Commander of my SUVCW Camp, would take me as a child in the late 1950's to many of the graves of the men of the 54th Mass and tell me stories of the regiment. Many of those vets he had known because they were members of the local Grand Army of the Republic Post the Camp was affiliated with. So i was aware of the 54th Mass long before the movie GLORY told their story.
So i am always looking for those vets or any USCT vets here on findagrave.
Thanks again for catching that!
I always add, where it came from.
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