|deanna french||RE: FAG phoyos Thomas E, Miner|
I have not been able to locate a birth on him. I spoke with Tom Ledoux, who is the webmaster of the Vermont Civil War site.Although Thomas Miner was born in Vt., he served in the 118th New York during the war. Tom is going to check their records to see what they may have on him. Tom Ledoux suggested your Thomas may have been recorded as Menard,not Miner. A lot of families in the day had variations of their sir name. We will continue to follow up on this.
Thank you for permission to use the Find A Grave photo for the Vt.C.W. site. It is much appreciated.
|deanna french||FAG phoyo's Thomas E, Miner|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am presently working on a project to locate the last resting places of many of our :Old soldiers" Thomas E. Miner is one such soldier. Born in Swanton, Vermont in 1834, he served in the 118th New York Infantry during the war, later relocating to Iowa. I am asking you if I may use the photo on his Find A Grave memorial page on the Vermont C.W. site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org). You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration. Deanna French
Dear Bud, I want to thank you for all your hard work of documenting those who have passed. Your kindness is a mercy to the loved ones who look for their loved ones who have passed and find them in the find a grave data base due to you and others like you who selflessly give your time and talents. Thank you for the transfer. Big hugs.
|Aaron Adams||RE: Gravesite Photos|
|tunnelrat22||Dennis "Smoky" Moore|
Dennis Moore is actually buried in Mountain View Cemetery in Beaumont California.
|gordonphilbin||Moore = Meadows|
I just looked up Dennis "Smokey" Moore and it turns out his birth name was Dennis Meadows.
So I think he is buried in that other cemetery under his birth name.
PS = what was the name of the other cemetery?
|John Arsenault||Milton Berg|
Many thanks for the photo of Milton Berg's gravestone. Was there one also for his wife Mae (or May) who died in 1976? I believe she is also buried there.
|Robert Wacaser||Many Thanks|
Just wanted to thank you for the Saunders transfers. I really appreciate it and thanks for adding them to this cemetery in the first place. Your time and kindness is appreciated.
|Lisa N.||DeMoss photo|
Thanks so much!!
Added by Lisa N. on Nov 25, 2013 9:15 PM
|Lisa N.||DeMoss Gravestone|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of my Great Uncle and Aunt Lawrence and Clara DeMoss' Headstone for me!! I really appreciate your efforts!! Would you please post the photo on Clara's memorial page also? Her # is: 120583190
P.S. Would you mind if I use the photo on my Ancestry.com site for them? Let me know:)
Added by Lisa N. on Nov 25, 2013 4:28 PM
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