|Sam D. Hatcher (#47112906)|
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|Kevin Cantrell ||RE: Abraham Musick|
Thank you so much, Mr. Hatcher. I really appreciate your help!
|Kevin Cantrell ||Pvt. Abraham Musick Relative.|
Hello sir, my name is Kevin Cantrell and I came across your memorial for Abraham Musick (37251733, my third great uncle. He served the Confederate Army during the Civil War. He and third great grandpa Musick were brothers. Three fought for the Union and Abraham for the Confederacy. I was wondering if there would be any way for me to take care of his memorial? If so, I'd appreciate it. Thank you for taking the time to make him a page on this site. The family oral traditions about him are fascinating.
Have added your suggestions to his bio. Thank you. Blessings.
Added by beelady on Jun 25, 2015 10:35 AM
|Greg Miller||Docia Crowell Wallace|
Docia Crowell Wallace is a female. The Confederate soldier in the Third Kentucky Infantry, CSA, is Dewitt Clinton Wallace.
|KT||Col. May Civil War Photo|
Are you related to Col. Reuben May? I have discovered in my grandparents scrapbook a packet of Civil War era photos, with one named as Col. May. When I looked up info. I ran across Col. Reuben and noted that he fought at Vicksburg, and a couple of other battles as my great-grandfather from Wisconsin did. I've tried comparing the photo I have with the one shown on this website, and it does look like him. He is also wearing a sash and has a sword that looks like those shown in another site about him I ran across. I'd like to show the pic. to someone who is related or knows more about him. Can you help me out?
My great-grandfather was Israel Jason Cannon who fought with the 23rd Wisconsin at Vicksburg, MS, and Sabine Crossroads, where he was captured. He died in the Veterans Home in King, Waupaca Co. WI at age 101.
Added by KT on Nov 02, 2013 10:26 PM
|Marion||my CSA ancestor|
Dear Mr. Hatcher,
Perhaps you can help me find or know someone to contact, regarding my great grand uncle, Francis Marion Fugate.
He was born in 1822 in Pendleton Co. KY and enlisted in Company C, Kentucky 1st Infantry Regiment under Capt. Desha. He was captured at the Battle of Farmington, TN under Gen. Joseph Wheeler and imprisoned at Camp Morton in Indianapolis.
He was released from that prison taking the oath on 24 Jan. 1864. From there I lose him. He does not appear in the 1870 census. However in an estate payout in Logan Co. KY dated June 1870, there was a payout of $40 to F.M. Fugate. I assume that is the same person but there is no other evidence. He was the first Marion in my Fugate family and there have been twelve other men named Marion since him.
Thank you, Marion Fugate
Added by Marion on Oct 07, 2013 8:57 AM
|laribel||Edward R. Warfield|
Thanks for the info regarding his service, it is added to his memorial!
Added by laribel on Sep 28, 2013 4:45 PM
|Marion||RE: T. H. Henderson #88381793|
Thank you, corrections made. I copied the text from a book and someone else added the pictures. The small rounded stone is the footstone. I notice that the shield is pointed at the top and you cannot see the top of the marker. You can tell the footstone by the size of the leaves. So I am not attributing his service to either side at this time.
Added by Marion on Sep 20, 2013 3:22 PM
|Les||Calvin C Morgan|
All done, thanks.
Added by Les on Sep 10, 2013 7:53 AM
|Erin K.||Jesse Lovely|
I added the information about his military service to his memorial. Please let me know if you are related in any way, and I'll be happy to transfer the memorial to you.
Added by Erin K. on Sep 09, 2013 5:00 PM
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