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Curtis was my half-brother, his father was John McManus Whitehead, he is buried in Spencer Heights. He has a Find a Grave file, could you please add him to Curtis. Thank you,JereA
Added by JEREA on Sep 24, 2013 4:13 AM
|Bruce Myers||Lt. H.C. Pohlman|
Kay: Thanks for transferring maintenance of Henry's original memorial to me. I certainly appreciate your work on Libby Prison! I will see if I can get Henry's photo posted at my site sometime in the future. Thanks again. Bruce.
What can you tell me about Libby? My great grandfather's Brother died at Libby in 1863, was it the practice of the prison to bury the inmates at the prison? How did you find Henry's grave location? Does the Cemetery have a grave register?
|Kathleen Jones||Aaron Chamberlin|
Thank you for helping me correct my Ancestors Find A grave info. I appreciate all the time an effort you go thru to make sure all entries are correct. Thank you.I have corrected it on my Ancestry.com account as well.Kathleen
|JMW||RE: Richard Elmer Dodd|
your welcome..Mike in Missouri
Added by JMW on Jan 03, 2012 3:31 PM
|JMW||Richard Elmer Dodd|
I see you have listed a few Dodd's so thougt you might be related to this one. not sure what cem as death certificate just states East St. Louis where he lived at time of death as well as his father William B Dodd died there also. dont have a thing on Malinda Jane Gardner. not related just track old railroaders: Mike in Missouri
Added by JMW on Jan 03, 2012 7:00 AM
|In Memory Of Nannie||RE: Thomas Palmer|
You are welcome. I wish the photos had turned out better. I live near there, as a crow flies, but it is on the other side of the TN River and there are no bridges in this area. It takes a little over an hour for me to get there. I had a doctor's appointment on that side of town, so I thought I would take advantage of that and do both on the same day. The cemetery is on a private farm and there were 3 gates to open/close and I hadn't factored in time for that. I wish I had planned to go the doctor first and then the cemetery.
I did take photos of the other marked graves and will put them on Find A Grave. If you have other ancestors or relatives buried in there you might want to check for them. There are quite a few unmarked graves that are just numbered.
I would to like to know more about your Civil War data. When I stumble across the graves of Civil War veterans, would you like me to forward that information on to you? There were some big battles in and around Chattanooga and there are several cemeteries devoted entirely to the Civil War.
I found a marker from the Spanish American War the other day and it dawned on me that I have never seen a marker from the Spanish American War. It was very small and it was made of metal. If you would like to see it, let me know and I'll send you the Find A Grave memorial number.
|Barb Destromp||Thomas Fitzgerald|
I have added the death information for Thomas.
thanks so much for the help
|David Johnson||RE: Baumgartner|
Just a note on the Baumgartner name. There is a dirt road that was just a few miles from my family home in rural Douglas County that is named "Baumgartner Rd." It is just a mile or so from Hwy's A and B. If they are interested I could get a photo of the sign. I can check with my folks to see if they remember which was the Baumgartner house.
I photographed the Baumgartner stone that you requested. The reverse of the head stone is marked Baumgartner as well. there is a foot stone that could be connected to it. It is for August Sticken.
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