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|slanidrac||Andrew Bunch #71501116|
I have found a civil war record that lists Andrew's age at death as 32. That would make him too young to be David's father. David was born between 1833-36 depending on document and Andrew would have been born approx 1832. David was my 3rd great grandfather and I've been searching for his father for years.
Thank you for your time.
|MCK||John Magruder, 1810-1897|
You made a request for a photo for John Magruder, 1810-1897 at the Magruder Family Cemetery #2 in Mitchellville, MD.
I might be able to ask someone to do this but just wondering how certain you are that he is buried in this cemetery. There are 13 Magruder Family Cemeteries in Prince George's County, MD.
Added by MCK on Sep 03, 2015 7:01 AM
|Ruth Ellen Bartels||RE: Myers-Cook Cemetery|
Excellent suggestion regarding contacting Michael Denis directly. I found him on Facebook associated with the Boyle County genealogical society for which you provided a web address, and also left him an email message. I'd really like to find this cemetery, as the Myers of "Myers-Cook" are family relation.
Ruth Ellen Bartels
|Ruth Ellen Bartels||Myers-Cook Cemetery|
I see that you have added several memorials for the Myers-Cook Cemetery in Boyle County, Kentucky. Do you know how to find it? The description, even allowing for the error that it's not US 50 but US 150, did not allow me to find it. I found Chrisman Road, and I found the Willow Grove Baptist Church (Chapel), but no where could I see a cemetery in this region on Google maps. I want to visit it next month--Lucy Gilmour is in my family tree (she married David Myers Jr).
Ruth Ellen Bartels
|Brent Nimmo||Capt Alexander|
|Brent Nimmo||Captain Alexander|
My ancestor was with the 12th Ohio Cavalry when Captain Alexander was killed. I found information in Jonathan Songers obituary that George L Andrews was on picket duty with Songer when the attack happened. Songer was wounded in the knee. In 1871, Songer's wound reopened, and lockjaw set in. Above is a link to the story .
|Barbara in Georgia||Charles Yates Tombstone|
Thank you for all of your hard work!
Barbara in Georgia
May God Continue to Bless America!
|Nancy Moore||finding Private Tom Richards|
thank you so much for adding my husband's great grandfather to the database. He was a private in the confederacy during the civil war. All the Family knew was that he was off fighting and never came back. At least his young daughter, Lizzy, (Private Richards only child), who lived to be in her 90's repeated this story to all her descendants as to how she remembered the day all the soldiers came home from the war--to their neighborhood, and he was not with them and she stood there along side he road and cried not knowing what happened to him. If her family ever knew what happened to Pvt. Richards, they never told Lizzie.
|David Reese||RE: Junius and Matilda Ward; Lexington Cemetery|
Julie, Fantastic bios and photos! Thanks so much for the work you do!
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