|Randy Fuhrman (#46887970)|
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|Rebecca Childers||RE: Linzey Hargrove|
Thank you. Appreciate the reply.
|Rebecca Childers||Linzey Hargrove|
The webpage for the above-mentioned appeared on ancestry.com for William Lindsey (Linzey, Lincy) Hargrove, but I have a birth date of 1813 and a death date in 1849. Do you know if this might be the same person? I would be curious to know if you have any other info on this person (parents and/or spouse names) so I can determine if it is the same person or not. Thanks for any info you can provide.
|Ken Buttry||Andrew Hyslop, Sr|
Hi Randy, I know it is outside the normal guide lines for transfer but I would gladly accept a transfer for Andrew Hyslop, Sr (1821-1901). He was my 3rd gr-grandfather.
Ken ButtryAG # 47254402
|Raymond S Feigh||Note of Appreciation :|
Thank-you, sir, for your quick and courteous response to my modification request for Frank Rainbolt .... As per my promise, I have deleted the memorial that I created ....
RAINBOLT Family Historian,
R S Feigh
|Patricia Berry||RE: James Kell|
James Kell was from Chester Co S.C. (Rocky Creek area). He married Jane Sprowl. They were all Irish. His father was Alexander Kell and his mother Susie Gillespie. Alexander Kell's father was John Kell and mother Jane Morton from Ballymonoy Ireland. Pat
|Patricia Berry||James Kell|
I noticed you didn't have James Kell's birth date listed.
It was October 20, 1799. He was my GGGGrandfather.
|tetvet||Vietnam platoon buddy|
Thank you for the images of the headstone for Richard E Wolfe, 1944-1968, taken at the Saint Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Princeton, Gibson County, IN.
I served with him in the Weapons Platoon, A Co., 2/18th Inf., 1st Inf. Div.
I was out on the sweep with him when he was killed in a massive firefight against the Phu Loi VC Battalion. He was killed along with Robert Hilley and Wayne E Bates. I was wounded by RPG shrapnel in my lower back. Both Richard E Wolfe and Robert Hilley were within my sight when they were both killed by small arms fire and grenades on Jan. 6, 1968
Again, I thank you for your seemingly tireless contributing work.
Added by tetvet on Sep 19, 2014 11:36 PM
|Taffy||Richard C. Weedman -- Thank you|
Hi Randy -- Thank you so much for maintaining the memorial for my 3xg grandfather. And further thank you for transferring the memorial to me. At last, I feel that there is a chance to revitalize the memory of this old soldier and restore his place in his family.
Added by Taffy on Sep 17, 2014 12:43 PM
|Taffy||RE: Richard C. Weedman|
You know, I think I would like to have it transferred to me. I am always a bit reluctant, because I am in CA and not near any of the grave markers -- which I assume you are. However, the site seems to be well photographed. Eventually I will get to see it in person. Can I rely on you to answer questions about the physical site until that time?
Added by Taffy on Sep 15, 2014 2:07 PM
|Taffy||Richard C. Weedman|
I am the 3x great granddaughter to Richard C. Weedman buried at Montgomery Cemetery, Oakland City, In.
Records indicate he was born in about 1838 in Indiana. He served in the Union infantry and died on 24 march 1883. The application for his headstone was misfiled for years under Richer G. Weedman, but has been corrected. It can be viewed at fold3 or ancestry.com
Richard C. Weedman was husband Mary Jane Craig Weldon of Otwell, IN with whom he had 3 children: Richard M.Weedman, Elisha Franklin (known as Frank) Weedman, and Mary Ann Weedman Rhodes.
Added by Taffy on Sep 13, 2014 5:57 PM
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