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|Calcat||Jasper N. Reed - 66929907|
Am not sure if you are getting SAC links through your e-mail or not. Could you please make the following updates to Jasper N. Reed's memorial # 66929907 for me?
1. Jasper was born in Ohio.
2. He died in Washington County, Oregon.
3. Bio -
Jasper was the husband of Christina Jane (Brown) Reed Mewhirter (1853-1908). They were married on November 27, 1867 in Union County, Iowa. Jasper was the father of at least seven children with Christina including: Perry, Edward, Frank, Charles, George, Bertha and James Reed. He was the son of Quinton Reed and Susannah (West)Reed. Jasper was a Civil War veteran of the Union Army. He enlisted on June 6, 1862 in Sedalia, Missouri and was mustered out on May 27, 1865. Jasper served in Co. G, 3rd Missouri State Militia Cavalry and also in Co. B and Co. K, 7th Missouri State Militia Cavalry. His widow applied for his pension first in 1897 in Oregon and again in 1902 after her marriage to Francis Mewhirter.
4. Can you please link to his father - Quintain Reed - 10799112
5. Can you please link to his mother - Susannah Reed - 10799109
Added by Calcat on Oct 07, 2013 1:25 AM
|Linda Jenkins Werts||Alonzo B. Cady|
On September 20, 2012, your photo caption states that "Alonzo Cady's site is currently in the process of being restored, and is marked with this "work flag." On what do you base your informaton? I check this site frequently - the latest this afternoon - and there is no work being done. The flag is gone. The top of the marker is completely covered.
|B Ballew||Find A Grave Memorial# 66416186 , Sabrina J Reed|
Mrs. Fleury Reed is part of my family.
If she isn't close kin to you, would you please transfer her Memorial over to me?
Added by B Ballew on Apr 11, 2012 3:41 AM
|Martin Burrell||Pvt J M Boyles - Find A Grave Memorial# 66946530|
If you are not a relative, could you assign him to my care. I have backtracked him to his family and have found out alot about the family.
I made one blunder as I duplicated the name not seeing it's presents. Boyles, Johial Mansfield – Find A Grave # 79349835.
Please look at the site and see what I have discovered.
Martin Burrell (#46932334)
|JiniLee Campbell||Allison G Corn|
Memorial #71000681 Allison G Corn.
Hi, I wanted to let you know that Mr. Corn is in "Old Holcomb Cemetery" not "Holcomb Cemetery". I see that his obit says it wrong also. The map on the Cemetery site for Holcomb Cemetery is showing the position of Old Holcomb Cemetery also. Yea I know it's confusing! right! I am a Holcomb decedent and I have been to both, I am trying to correct the confusion. I have seen Allison Corn's stone, the face of his stone is just a few inches from the back fence where it is hard to see. It is a civil war stone and it is in good condition. It is a shame he is listed to the wrong cemetery where he may not be found by future generations. Hope this is of some help, I have a "enhanced" photo of his stone which is not allowed on this site if you would like to see it. I hope to get an approved photo of his stone on my next trip to Old Holcomb Cemetery that I can add to his Memorial.
Have a great day.
|Linda Jenkins Werts||#66502923 Thomas LaFlesh|
PLEASE ADD THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION TO THE BIO SECTION OF THE MEMORIAL:
Thomas Jefferson LaFlesh was born June 3, 1836, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, of French and Canadian parentage. His parents were Pierre LaFleiche and Elizabeth nee Elliot.
In December of 1861, in La Crosse County, Company B of the 2nd Wisconsin Cavalry was created. The unit was mustered into service at Camp Washburn, near Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on February 6, 1862, with a roster of 100 members. Thomas J. LaFlesh was named at the onset of the unit as Second Lieutenant. When Tom LaFlesh was mustered out in November of 1865, he had worked his way up to Captain of Company B.
He married Elizabeth Summerside, daughter of George and Mary Summerside, on August 27, 1863 at Black Earth, Wisconsin. He and Elizabeth, and their children Mary and WIlliam, lived in Clark Co. Wisconsin where Mr. LaFlesh was extensively engaged in the logging business in the 1870s and 1880s.
In 1889, Thomas LaFlesh and family left Wisconsin and moved to California where he pursued mining and road engineering. He died in Portland, Oregon.
Linda Jenkins Werts