|Tim Beckman (#46974301)|
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I have been interested in both genealogy and history, and specifically Civil War history, for some time now. Since February 2000, I have maintained a web site dedicated to the 42nd Indiana Volunteer Infantry. Since that time I have been documenting all known gravesites of these veterans. It is my hope, at least in a small way, that this work will bring honor to those veterans who have risked so much to preserve our freedoms.|
I am also a member of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW), Ben Harrison Camp # 356 in Indianapolis, IN. Our organization honors all veterans, and specifically Union Civil War Veterans. The SUVCW actively participates in the replacement or cleaning/repair of Civil War veteran's gravestones. To learn more please visit our camp web site: Ben Harrison Camp-SUVCW
Starting in 2006, I began learning about proper cemetery restoration techniques. Since then I have successfully cleaned and restored many gravestones.
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|Linda Claxton||RE: William Cannon|
It was explained to me that the original burial took place in the City Cemetery and he was moved to the national cemetery. I was given a link for that you might find interesting - http://www.bonps.org/natlcem/natlcem.htm. I have emailed Find A Grave to merge the memorials into the older one so the volunteer photo will remain.
|Linda Claxton||William Cannon|
Hi- I received you SAC and did some more research. Turns out that there were two William Cannons at Nashville, 125752774 and 114942630. I have requested a photo for the newest entry. Not sure if you SAC still applies. Please let me know. Thank-you.
|Traci's Mom||Requests you've sent to me on findagrave|
Here is just one of the requests you sent to me:
Thank you so much for the work you're doing for findagrave.
In the future pls limit your requests. I've received approximately 10 from you in less than a week. Pls space your requests out in the future.
|Cliff Blanchard||George Thomas Froschauer|
Tim, Added the information you provided. Have a good day.
|Tim Shideler||James C Fouty|
Thank you for leaving a service record on my Grandfather's grave (Memorial# 7264843), but unfortunately, it is not his record.
|William Harrison||Gustavus McCreery|
Thanks for the memorial transfer!
|My Labor of Love||More Headstones Record of Union Veterans, 1879-1903 for the 42nd Indiana|
Hi Tim -
I sent about a dozen records, I have about a dozen more. I don't want to clog up your inbox, let me know when I can send some more.
|My Labor of Love||Headstones Record of Union Veterans, 1879-1903 for the 42nd Indiana|
Hi Tim -
I noticed what you were trying to do by locating all of the soldiers for this regiment. I've found some records for burials. I hope you don't mind, but I'll send them via your e-mail.
|My Labor of Love||RE: Nelson C. Abbott - Anderson Cemetery|
He was not a Civil War Vet. His date of birth is 1 Jul 1893 in Crawfordsville, Indiana, USA.
Thank you for taking care of the
Van Sickle at the Anderson Cemetery
in Warren Park (Indianapolis) Indiana
Added by andieno on Nov 17, 2012 12:58 PM
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