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I am most interested in Civil War Soldiers. However every grave has a history. Every grave has a story to tell.|
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Thanks so much for the transfer of Eliza Lackey and A.P. Daniels. I appreciate your help.
|Elaine Satterwhite||Billy Jo Metker, Sr|
Thank you for sharing the headstone and cemetery pictures. Billy was married to my 3rd cousin - Bobbie Lee Spencer.
|Wayne Foster||William Collins|
Are you related to William Collins (20258797)? Thank you, Wayne Foster 47372726
|PAULA WISER||Oscar ransome wiser calloway cementary inft worth,texas|
Can u add his other kids all deseased..its wrote onlie amessage by another family
|Al Moore||Infant Daughter McGee 1910|
Your Infant Daughter McGee Find A Grave Memorial# 24932214 is a duplicate of an earlier one Find A Grave Memorial# 13180542. They should be combined
Added by Al Moore on Feb 22, 2016 3:19 PM
|Donnie Ruyle||Thomas White Ruyle|
Texas CSA: Thank you for your kindness in transferring Thomas's memorial.
|jan dwyer||RE: Lewis Current #40082582|
Please transfer this grave to me Jan Dwyer 46868999 he belongs to my family his father is John H Current.
|Dave Davidson||William Monroe Hurt|
Thanks for adding the information about Bill. I really like that you're focusing on CSA Veterans. I lost a relative (John Sensing - Memorial # 126115325) at the Battle of Stones River. The family never knew what happened to his body but several (~2000) unidentified dead were eventually buried in the Murfreesboro Evergreen Cemetery in a real nice Confederate section. I volunteer at the battlefield cleaning and touching up the field pieces. My wife has a (West Tennessee) union relative in the park national cemetery. He didn't participate in the battle but he died in a Smallpox hospital in Nashville and few weeks later.
Thanks again. If you need anything from this direction, let me know.
|Janice Cross||A.H. Hill|
Thank you for posting the picture of the above A.H. Hill's grave. I've been searching for a long time.
|Mary Blunt||RE: Death of Margaret Woods Brawley|
Okay, thanks. Bill Warren posted the page from the Probate of John F. Brawley to prove the information on her findagrave link.
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