|Jean Ann Campbell Creamer (#46777131)|
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I love to do genealogy research on my family as well as other families. I gained a love for the history of the War Between the States when I learned through my research of the service my ancestors gave to the cause of the Confederate Army. Some were captured and inprisoned and died fighting for their cause. Many of my ancestors served in WW1, WW2, the Korean War and Viet Nam War. I am proud of my ancestors and what they did for their beliefs.|
Just a few of my family names are: Campbell, Redding, Cope, Fuller, Lowe, Dasher, Rowell, McMullen,Kolb, Neil, Creamer, Schumacher, English, Smith, Harper, Mason, Anderson.
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|Laverne Tornow||Charney H. Garrett|
This is my great grandfather and I would like for you to please transfer his memorial to me.
Laverne Hammock Tornow
Thank you so much for the information on this soldier! I have updated his memorial and transferred it to you. I love it when someone finds their ancestor (or a spouse's ancestor) here. There are lot of lost boys buried in this part of the cemetery and I am so happy that even a handful of them have been claimed by descendants.
|Charles Echols||Cedar Grove Cemetery Holder|
Could you give me directions to cedar grove cemetery. A relation from way back is buried there but no one can seem to find the cemetery.
Thanks Charles Echols
Is there any way I could get a photo of Vernon (892611) that is not cropped so close. I would like to be able to see the whole marker with a bit of free space as a border. I hope you don't take offense. Shall I put a new photo request?
Added by Phil on Sep 29, 2013 2:31 PM
|Veteran Guy||Artemas Johnson|
Thank you for pointing out Artemas Johnson on the Memorial. That is not his grave site. That is a Civil War Memorial. His Gravesite was lost on Long Pond at either the Upper Long Pond Cemetery or the Moulton Cemetery. He died there and was buried there. I included him in a book on Civil War Veterans from the area. He is not buried in Oak Hill Cemetery. His name is on a memorial there. I think it important to state that. I appreciate you adding photos, to honor your families veteran. I fought to get him on the downtown monument. I also fought to get him a Veteran Gravestone, at the Upper Long Pond Cemetery. I also fought to save that cemetery from being built on by a Gun Club looking to develop the land he may be buried at. If you would really like to help, contact the town office and ask why they refuse to mark or fence where he is buried, and why you can't install a Veteran Gravestone free from the government where he is buried on that lost cemetery.
Thank you for such a great looking photo of his marker.
Added by WillM on Jul 04, 2013 5:04 PM
|FlowerFairy||joseph robert mills lll|
thank you so much for your time & efforts.. :)
Oh and one more thing?
I believe he had a wife named Myrtle. Is there a marker for her nearby? If so, let me know so I can make a page for her and put in a request. That way you get credit for the photo. Thanks again.
Added by Phil on Jun 23, 2013 1:12 AM
Thank you for photographing Ernest. I am researching that branch of the tree and the photo helps. May I make a request? The next time you are out there, can you take another photo zoomed out a bit so I can see the shape of the stone or marker? I can't tell if its a marker or monument. Thanks so much!
Added by Phil on Jun 23, 2013 1:09 AM
|Pennsylvania Lady||Robert Lee Alley|
Thanks for the fine work. I appreciate all you did to get that photo for me.
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