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|xroads5555||RE: Isaac and Reuben Elliott|
Thank you for the correction, I hate making mistakes like that.
|Marianne Caruso||J P Ward d. 1864 correction|
Hello Janet . I'm looking for grave of J P Ward b. NC school teacher died aft 1863 . I noted this grave site & your correction note.
By the way , was there a battle or some epidemic as I see alot of deaths 1864 .
|Debbie||RE: Martha Owen|
Yes...Rosetta Martha Fletcher married:
#1 James Cherry...he died in Civil War
#2 Sidney Cherry... (Jame's Brother) he died from
complications from the Civil War
#3 Samuel Owen
Added by Debbie on Aug 03, 2014 4:00 PM
|Jack Parker||RE: Andersonville|
You're a true gem, thank you for looking him up, I had not thought to check there. I actually found him yesterday #117226114 in Minnesota. I am unsure if that is a cenotaph or whether the body was returned to his wife - who moved on to Minnesota. If he has another headstone somewhere it has not made it to Find A Grave yet.
You appear to have done extensive work there. Can you indicate how much has been done/is left to do/will never be known? I'm looking for an Israel Parker who died there Aug 2, 1864. Rank PVT Company G Unit 64 IL US INF
|Michael Barksdale||Abner Dean #2978563|
I would like to ask you to consider the transfer Abner Dean to me. He was unmarried and did not have any direct descendants; but he was my Gt. Gt. Grandmother's brother. I have considerable information on his parents and grandparents all early settlers of Vigo County, IN where he grew up. I also have addition information on his military service.
Thank you for maintaining his memorial and for your consideration of my request....Mike Barksdale
|Jack Prue||C.N. Briggs, 10th MI Inf|
Thank you for putting my g-g grand uncle on find a grave.
Thanks to you I was able to pay my respects today to my four times great uncle. It took 150 years but someone from the family finally made it to see him. FYI - His brother Peter (my four times great grandfather) named one of his sons after William...and my dad (now 82) remembers that Bill very well. History really is closer than it seems.
Added by Gerrits on Jul 26, 2014 11:20 AM
|Kari Olson||Henry C Gurney link|
Hi Janet, Thanks for completing the edit... Have a great day.
|Kari Olson||RE: Henry C Gurney and Rhoda J Foot Gurney|
I got it originally from another family tree.The the marriage date is May 10,1860- then on June ll, 1860 she is enumerated on the census with her parents , brother Ralph and sister Maria as Rhoda J Gurney.
She died 23 September, 1860.
She and Henry have adjacent burials at Maple Grove being in graves 2 and 3 of Sec 134 Lot 1. To me that is proof that they were indeed married, although I have been unable to locate any specific marriage documention.
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