|D K Railsback B (#46560043)|
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|I am trying to help people with their family history. |
I will continue to list a new memorial so people can find it when the first and last names are totally different than Green Hills shows.
To the wonderful, nice people on findagrave, I will gladly add dates, relationships, plot and grave, etc., just let me know.
If you want a transfer, please include your findagrave contributor number and the relationship (she's my aunt, neighbor, friend. For the last 2, indicate how long you've known them.)
If I'm not related, or you're a closer relative or I have known them a shorter time, I will transfer.
I'm in the process of adding a source to the Fredericksburg National Cemetery monuments. Until I finish, it's listed in the book Civil War Burials Fredericksburg Virginia,compiled and edited by Maude E. Mercer Sellman 1979.
I walked Green Hills for exercise, sometimes forgot the broom to sweep the stones. If you need a better picture, request a photo from a volunteer.
I don't use my real name cuz of a toxic couple on findagrave! I believe they are inactive now!
Happy ancestor hunting!
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|efwrsm||Fred Beck photo|
Will you please add the gravestone photo you have on memorial # 71284477 to memorial # 71284477?
The # 71284477 you have the photo on is a duplicate memorial with no dates.
Added by efwrsm on Sep 10, 2016 11:09 AM
|Steve Franklin||Incorrect ancestor listing|
Hi there, you have a findagrave posted for my 4th GGF and this is not him. Find A Grave#22262771. The person who gave you this information is wrong. The person who died in 1862 a new findagrave submitted by Mark Miller has the correct info on who this is. The person you reference who fought in the Second Battle of Corinth survived this war and was discharged in 1865. He was born in 1839 Wayne Co. TN according to his discharge record. He did suffer a serious wound but it did not kill him. His parents were Thomas and Charity Franklin. He enlisted in Franklin Co. Arkansas and was in Boone's Arkansas Regiment the 15th Northwest Arkansas Regiment Company B.
The person who died in Macon, MS on July 31, 1862 prior to the battle of Corinth and is buried in this cemetery, he was born in 1844 TN and was living in Jackson Co. AL in 1860. He enlisted on March 1862 with his father Jesse Franklin at Springfield, Conway Co. AR into the 16th Arkansas Regiment, Company F.
I would appreciate it if you would remove the bio entry from this record of yours and correct this date of birth. Thank you.
|D. Dent||RE: Stephen Ramsburg|
Hi, I didn't realize that your husband was a direct ancestor as the memorial states that it was documented for someone else. Anyway, no problem. Stephen is also my direct ancestor, my 4th great grandfather. And its always nice to meet a new relative! My line is from Stephen's son Phillip Henry, Henry's son Israel, Israel's son John Wesley, and John's daughter - my grandmother, Laura, Ramsburg Todd.
Added by D. Dent on Aug 17, 2016 6:12 PM
|Ms. Clyde||Charles Bell|
The memorial for Charles is 71284721
You've put a photo up on it that doesn't seem to go with the other information provided on that memorial.
Could you please check?
|Karen L White||Wiles|
Looking for info on Wiles history. I saw where you have a letter on a blog but I can't pull up the blog. Could you possibly send it to me via email?
|Warren Weimer||Memorial #146359071|
Please delete this memorial. It is a dup of #124920903
|Warren Weimer||Memorial #146358971|
Go ahead and delete this memorial. I cleaned up the original.
|Heather Marley||Thank you!|
Thanks for the transfer of my great uncle's memorial. I appreciate it!
|carol sellers||Leta Martin|
Thank you so much for adding parents links for Leta Thanks Carol Gordon Sellers
|carl rains||James s|
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