|Jim Hammer (#47923082)|
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I am a retired Human Resource Manager (Tyson Foods). Click the link below to my website for more information, including my section on genealogy.I have been interested in genealogy since I was about 14. I have compiled a database of my ancestors that now contains a total of 9,605 individuals.If you find any errors in the grave's that I have posted, please let me know so that I may correct them. Use the "EDIT" TAB on the upper right side of the memorial. Then select the "Suggest a correction or provide additional information" to send the information. TRANSFER REQUESTS WITHIN THE 4 GENERATION "FIND A GRAVE" GUIDELINES WHICH ARE: Spouses, Parents, Brothers and Sisters, Children, Grandchildren, Great-grandchildren, Grandparents, and Great-grandparents. (AND the above relatives for your spouse.) Use the "EDIT" TAB on the upper right side of the memorial. Then select the "Suggest a correction or provide additional information" to ask for EACH transfer. PLEASE STATE YOUR EXACT RELATIONSHIP TO THE DECEASED.PICTURES: If you find any pictures that I have taken, feel free to copy them for your own personal genealogy records.|
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|Margaret Hobson||William J. Mershon tombstone|
I apologize for not finding your note sooner.
Thank you for trying to find William J Mershon's tombstone. You noted finding one for Hufinah Mershon, daughter of Rev. J.B. Mershon. She would have been William's sister as Wm is found on the 1850 Coal Creek, Montgomery Co., IN census with J.B. and Rebecca Mershon. William served in Co. E, enrolled and mustered in [72nd IN] Oct. 20, 1864 in Lafayette by Capt. Thatcher as a Private at age 18. He was 5′ 8.50″ tall, fair complexion, brown eyes, and light hair. Born in Montgomery Co., IN, employed as a farmer. Mustered out at the end of the war Sep. 14, 1865 in Chattanooga, TN. His regiment was consolidated into 44th IN on Jul. 1, 1865. He should be recognized as being a soldier!
Warmest Regards for the work you do!!
You're welcome, Mr. Hammer.
Added by Nynaeve on May 06, 2014 5:44 PM
I want to thank you for the information you placed on my Dads memorial page. Even though my Dad has been gone 27 years his memory is still alive. It gives me a good feeling that after all these years there are still co workers that still remember him. All the people at Wilson Foods ment the world to him.
Thanks again, Gene Pevy
|Ed Franklin||nice work!|
You've done a nice job on all your "collections" here.....makes me wish I weren't so lazy!
Do you have any further info on Isaac and Mae Vail Fowler? #96802600 ? Thanks
|roots56||RE: Barry Jones, Sr|
I don't save the pictures I take. If you'd like me to email you a copy before I delete it please let me know.
Added by roots56 on Apr 07, 2013 1:24 PM
|Linda||RE: Benjamin & Della Sutton|
You are very welcome!
Added by Linda on Apr 03, 2013 5:23 PM
|SRGF||RE: Phillip R|
You are welcome. I'm sorry I couldn't get the stone very clean.
Added by SRGF on Mar 18, 2013 5:53 PM
|Karinn||RE: John R Stranglen|
You are very welcome!
Added by Karinn on Mar 11, 2013 10:44 AM
Jim, my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and # 47309755, sorry forgot, geraldine
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