|Phil Harris (#47007074)|
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I live in Indiana and I research members of the 19th Indiana Infantry from the Civil War. My goal is to locate and photograph the headstones of these veterans and post them on my website. Sometimes these stones are in almost unreadable condition or these soldiers are in unmarked graves. When possible I will put in new stones for these men. I have teamed up with Cindy Coffin at Find A Grave who has built a Virtual Cemetery for this regiment. Deanna Peterson at Find A Grave is also working hard on this project doing research and photographing headstones in the central part of the country. Don't hesitate to contact these ladies or myself for more information on these soldiers that were "Made of Iron".|
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|Airrow||Reuben Long Photo|
Thanks also for the wonderful photo of Reuben's memorial. I especially appreciate this without a photo request.
Added by Airrow on Aug 12, 2014 10:08 AM
|Airrow||John Long PHoto|
Thank you so much for the photo of John's tombstone. I really appreciate it, especially for these older stones that seem to be disappearing rapidly, or at least the ability to read them. Appreciate the water spray to make the wording more readable. Great job. Hope you had a wonderful day.
Added by Airrow on Aug 12, 2014 10:04 AM
Thank you Phil for the photo for Margaret Brinkley, I appreciate the time you took to get that for me! Lyn
|Scott||Shearer and Helblig headstones|
Thanks so much for your time and effort in taking the great photos.
Added by Scott on Jul 27, 2014 10:04 AM
|JCLA||Amanda Newhouse Smith|
I would like permission to use your photo on ancestry for the memorial of Amanda (Newhouse) Smith, Memorial# 69709218. I will cite you as the source.
Thanks for submitting Amanda's photo.
Added by JCLA on Jul 12, 2014 2:59 PM
|MVC||RE: Memorial #12601602|
You have my permission to use my photos. I hope they help you project.
Added by MVC on Mar 03, 2014 8:09 AM
|Theresa Sevrence River||Smith|
Thank you so much for the picture.
|Tom Rhineberger||Laser Photos|
Good morning Phil. Thank you for the Laser headstone photos. Much appreciated!
John Martin Woods was the son of John Woods and Lydia Thompson. He was born 05 Apr 1843 Morgan Co., IN. Aged 84 yrs old.
Added by DM236 on Oct 31, 2013 4:38 PM
Thanks for updating Harold and Esther Lockhart.
Glenda Alspaugh Welch
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