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I maintain a website for the 27th Iowa Volunteer Infantry (a Civil War Unit).|
In addition to that, I am researching the names Arts, Adrian, Armstrong, Moreland, Bragg, Burpee, Roush and Fretter.
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|Bruce and Wendy Linz||George Wilke|
I believe your soldier is buried in a grave in the Memphis National Cemetery under an unknown soldier marker. I have a photo of an "Unknown U. S. Soldier" headstone I took at the Memphis National Cemetery that I would be glad to add to his memorial. Please let me know if you would like me to do so.
|D. J. Yost||Flag icon of the 27th iowa inf.|
you left a 27th Iowa flag, on my ancestors memorial. I love it, and would like to create something similar for another relative, Thanks,.
Can you tell me how you did it. "Custom". Where are to instructions to create a custom unit, flag. I have an ancestor who fought in in 3rd Wisconsin, light artillery.
|Chad Eugene Schneider||RE: James Coffman|
You, my fine young lady, are very welcome!
I love how they out his years of service on the front too!
|RAP||RE: Floyd Fretter|
That was quick....you are welcome !
Added by RAP on Nov 19, 2013 9:06 PM
|Roger||James Baird Morton|
Find A Grave Memorial # 89856800
You have a birth date of 1822....
the tombstone says 27 Mar 1815.
Added by Roger on Oct 23, 2013 1:32 PM
Hi! In regards to your photo request, can you please call the cemetery and obtain the grave location (Section & Lot numbers) and ask them whether or not there is a grave marker? Please post this information to the memorial or send it to me.
Forest Home Cemetery: 708-366-1900 or 773-287-0772
Forest Home is a huge cemetery with well over 70,000 burials, and the information is needed in order to find someone there and take a photo of a grave. I go here regularly, and since August I have found over 200 graves at Forest Home that had the location information provided. Thank you! Ace
Added by Ace on Sep 27, 2013 4:29 AM
|MN Headstone Hunter||RE: Heinrich Bremer photo request??|
Just wanted to let you know that Heinrich's resting in respectable comfort....still. You might remember your photo request led me to his grave that was in a forgotten cemetery that, by chance, had me make mention of it to an older gentleman in the area a few weeks later on another photo request. A few weeks after that, I got a phone call that the cemetery had been mowed and I could clean up the headstones. Well, a year later, the cemetery is still well maintained and even the tips of the wrought iron fence has been freshly painted. Thanks for sending out that photo request - you've restored the respect that all veterans deserve for all eternity!
|J. Abbott||RE: A. W. Butler|
You're welcome. I was wondering which war he was in, thanks for letting me know.
|PCD||Ohio Veterans Cemtemery|
The Ohio Veterans Home Cemetery is torn up while a major headstone project is being conducted. All the headstones are being lifted, straightened, those that are broken are being replaced and the rows are being made uniform. All the grass was killed off in the spring and new sod is being placed. The project is about 1/2 to 2/3's done at this point. The pictures should be much better next year after all the piles of dirt and stone have been removed and all the sod has had a chance to be replaced. You may want to hold off on your photo request until after this project is complete.
Added by PCD on Aug 30, 2013 5:49 AM
|K L Bonnett||Allen B Connor|
You have him listed in your 27th Iowa Virtual Cemetery, but I couldn't find him in military records. Did he go by a different first name. There are other Connors in 27th.
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