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Virginia Goodwin-Gray (#47415274)
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rocu
John Ebert
Thank you for the front and back photos of his stone.
Added by rocu on Feb 04, 2011 11:39 PM
Anonymous
RE: Baby Ewell
Thank you some much ! I look at the shelby co register and they are siblings .Their father Harry ewell is buried in New Park cemetery but cannot found their mother Wallice/Worlea Hunt-Ewell. Since your husBand works for the county can you ask him to look into Rose Hill, Mount CARMEL, & Hollywood & nEW pARKcemeteries. Both Harry & Wallice/Worleas has famiy members buried in these. Wallice 's family moved from Hardeman Co, TN Area to Benton Co, Ms and then moved Memphis,TN . Her Parents is Alfred /Alf & Sue/SUSIE (Johnson maiden name ) HUNT. Sue died in Memphis in 1954 . Sue 's parents is SAM/Samuel & Carolina (MAIDEN NAME IS GRAVES) -Johnson. Her brother Jim is buried in Hollywood cemetery and his wife SLEADIE ( MAIDEN NAME Sease) is buried in ROSE HILL CEMETERY SO IS THEIR SON Sam . Once again , Thank you some much!
Added by Anonymous on Feb 01, 2011 8:54 AM
Anonymous
RE: Baby Ewell
Yes, I want some information on their mother wallice/worleas.
Added by Anonymous on Jan 31, 2011 11:58 AM
Anonymous
RE: Baby Ewell gravesite
Thank you ! I also tried to find his mother!
Added by Anonymous on Jan 26, 2011 10:02 AM
pkarchs
Memphis National Cemetery - Seth M. Gedney
Virginia:

I can't thank you enough, not just for the time you took regarding a single memorial, but the unexpected quality and care to impart the larger context of the cemetery so powerfully -- all provided at higher resolution off line.

Seth M. Gedney is my great uncle - and having researched my direct ancestors, I thought I'd investigate their siblings and establish whole families. I had only a birth year/location (NYC) for Seth. I was amazed at the geographic circle of his short life and sacrifice, as it unfolded on the internet through "searches".

I'm thankful to the Office of Vet Affairs for uploading this memorial to Find A Grave long ago - the only way I could have ever located him with so little to go on in a random search.

If interested in this era, I highly recommend the New York Times online series concerning the Civil War - and a provocative article on how to "teach" it:

http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/01/21/teaching-civil-war-history-2-0/

I can't think of a better way to teach it than finding out about the young, largely anaonymous unsung who fought it, what they did, where they ended up - and getting their individual stories told.

Appreciatively,

Philip, NYC
Added by pkarchs on Jan 23, 2011 3:41 PM
 

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