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Brent Nimmo (#443)
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Darlina Shaw
Ohio 12th Cavalry
Found one of your soldiers from the 12th Ohio Cavalry in Adams County, Indiana Tricker Cemetery, his name is William Blue
Added by Darlina Shaw on Sep 26, 2015 5:01 AM
S Legg
Noah Rose

Thank you so much for further pointing out the location of Noah Rose's resting's good to know that people do care these days. A friend told me years ago about Noah..the Boy Scouts used to care for the grave...I planted the yellow flower hoping to help identify the final resting place for someone that apparently worked...

Thanks again...

Added by S Legg on Sep 09, 2015 6:06 AM
RE: Alexander and Lydia (Bean)
Hello Brent. I descend from Lydia Bean's youngest sister, Caroline who married James Green. Their parents were Richard Bean and Mary Louise Rivers/Dit Lariviere. He fought in War of 1812.
Added by Donna on Aug 24, 2015 12:20 PM
Midge Taylor
Merging two memorials
Would you please combine these two:
41563313 and 18616449 please. They are both the same man. One has his wife and the other has his military headstone. The family would greatly appreciate it.

Added by Midge Taylor on Aug 17, 2015 11:30 AM
RE: list of buried stones
102??? That's about 2/3rds of the gravestones. I noticed most of them were outside the little fenced area. Amazing!
Added by Zelda on Aug 12, 2015 7:15 PM
RE: John Sweetster
Did you dig them up yourself? How many did you find?
Added by Zelda on Aug 10, 2015 1:20 PM
John Sweetser
A year + late noticing, but I have to say I'm impressed. People looked for John Sweetser's marker for at least four years; seemed it would never be found, especially in such great condition. Was it under sod? That seems to preserve old headstone remarkably well. Great pictures! Just had to note your accomplishment.
Added by Zelda on Aug 09, 2015 3:29 PM
RE: Captain Alexander
Poor Capt. Alexander! He's had more death dates!!
Thanks so much for your information. I truly appreciate it and am sorry for the delay in getting back with you. Interesting reading. An ancestor of mine, a cousin, served with Alexander, but had been captured a year earlier, in July of 63, during Morgan's great raid, and so was sitting in Camp Douglas instead of being with Alexander when Alexander was killed.

Thanks again! I've redone the Captain's page and have added the info.

Added by Julie on Aug 05, 2015 1:04 PM
RE: George Washington Andrews
I really doubt "nothing happened." Maybe just a lazy historian? :)
Added by Janice on Jul 21, 2015 8:34 AM
StoneMiller, a RealMcCloy
Captain Samuel Lyons
See the newspaper story just added.
Added by StoneMiller, a RealMcCloy on Jul 20, 2015 6:18 AM
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