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In my genealogical research whenever I come cross a veteran of a war I check to see if he/she has a FAG memorial whether they are my ancestors or not. If there is not a memorial I create one if the burial location is known. If there is an existing memorial but military service is missing or scanty I do a bit of research and request the info be added to the veteran's bio. These brave veterans contributed much to the history of their country and to our freedom. It is very rewarding to remember these fine patriots.|
"It is a thing of no small importance to possess the relics of our ancestors, to practice the same sacred rites and to be buried at their side." -Cicero
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|Irv and Marietta||Veterans|
I think that your idea on veterans on Find A Grave is great. I sort of do the same with Civil War Vets. My wife and I usually photograph entire cemeteries and I submit Civil War Vets to Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. Most of them in this part of the country (Nebraska)are already done. Do find one every now and then. Thanks for info on Henry Miller(my great grandfather) I had that info, but just have never added it. I also added some more that I had. If you ever need any info on Miller of Millers Mill area, I can try to help. Thanks again Ir Miller
|Irv and Marietta||RE: Marg-+ret Miller Haner #98994093|
thanks will do
|Irv and Marietta||Marg-+ret Miller Haner #98994093|
Per Henry(#64881146)and and Lana(#64881148)Miller original family Births, Deaths, and Marriages record(I have a copy and the original in my possession)it shows that Margaret was born to Henry and Lana Miller, not Jonas and Elizabeth. There Margaret was born abt 1812 and married a John Filson. It show that Margaret was born on the 2nd of March 1799 and died in childbirth on the 5th of June 1830. She also needs to be connected to her parents Henry and Lanah. Thank you, Irv Miller #47749375
|s schmidt||noah burnham|
from: Michigan Death Indexing System
Date of death: 26-Jun-1875
Ledger Page: 57
Record Number: 3897
Place of death: SAGINAW, CITY
County of Death: Saginaw
Marital Status: Single
Age: 26 years 6 months
Cause of Death:
Occupation: BOAT BUILDER
Father's Name: BURNHAM, ROBERT
Father's Residence: MAINE
Mother's Name: BURNHAM, ELIZA
Mother's Residence: MAINE
Date of record: 1-Sep-1876
Names are in the form last name, first, middle. The notation Not Recorded or NR above indicates that the ledger page was left blank in that spot.
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sorry...thought I included that information on bottom of message.
Noah Burnham is in Oakwood Cemetery Saginaw County Michigan
Section 21 Lot 44
space: N Line of N 1/2
Shares lot with Helen Burnham (-1904), Jesse Wylie (-1887), Helen A. Sprague (-1873)
|Jim Plummer||Ens James Plummer|
James is a distant relative of mine, I am very interested in him , do you have any other info on him?
|Wm. B.||RE: George Helmer 99407280|
You're quite welcome!:0
Added by Wm. B. on Jan 25, 2016 12:52 PM
|Pete B ||Allen Family|
Regarding Howard, Alfred and James Allen, these are not my family members. If you would like, I will transfer ownership of their memorials to you and you can make the changes.
The same applies to Rachel Adams
Added by Pete B on Jan 18, 2016 9:37 AM
|holly adrion||#84615844 Littleton R. Bailey|
I have pictures of the cemetery that Littleton R. Bailey is buried in, do you know what the name of the cemetery is?
|Gracie Ann Matisyn||RE: #5050627 Paul John Zapotocky|
I updated the memorial. Thank you. Merry Christmas to you too!
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