|David Hill (#46626495)|
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Lt. Gen. Richard Taylor Camp #1308
Sons of Confederate Veterans
"Lest We Forget"
If any one has requests or suggestions, please send me a message through the memorial suggestion tab and I will reply to you promptly.
11th Texas Infantry (59)
Camp #152, Richland Camp,... (16)
Camp #163, Horace Randal ... (98)
Camp #17, Baton Rouge Cam... (80)
Camp #182, Henry Watkins ... (75)
Camp #229, Arcadia Camp, ... (36)
Camp #249, Stonewall Jack... (42)
Camp #3, General Leroy St... (261)
Camp #379, Confederate Ve... (23)
Camp #40, Natchitoches Ca... (31)
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David, I would guess that with your record of accomplishments related to cemeteries, graves and Find - A - Grave, that you might be aware of a small town in the Lafayette, St. Martinville area that was known as "Ruth." I do not find it on a census and yet it was supposed to exist circa 1850 - 1860 and perhaps more recently.
Added by Drover on Apr 15, 2014 3:56 PM
|Justin and Kaylen||John C. Collins|
Thanks for transferring my ancestors memorial. I will take good care of it! :)
|Susan Bonser||F. H. Cushman|
David, I am trying to find our about F. H. Cushman and saw you had information on the grave. I wonder where that information came from--what was the source? I am trying to confirm this is Frederick Hurd Cushman of Bennington Vermont. THanks so much --Susan
|Eddy Smith||Thank you|
Thanks for the transfer of Joel Huey Britt. I was able to add Find A Grave links to all of his children. Thanks again.
|Sarah||John Harris/Eloise Brown|
Thank you for your dedication in helping preserve the memories of our ancestors and for the countless hours devoted to creating memorials on Find A Grave.
I am researching 3rd great grandparents, John and Eloise. Would you please contact me. Thank you.
SArah Find A Grave 48093210
Added by Sarah on Feb 16, 2014 10:36 AM
|Doyle Smith||Allen Cemetery|
Find a grave: Not Elizabeth Ann Pennington. She died in Alabama during Civil War from wounds received by being thrown from the wagon while traveling to nurse John Thomas Smith after he had been captured by Union troops.
This stone is Ann Bice, 2nd wife of John Thomas Smith.
I really appreciate the contributions you have made to find-a-grave.
Doyle R. Smith, great grandson of John Thomas Smith.
|Ms McGuire||Wilber Fisk Buckelew|
Was interesting in how you found a photo of Wilber Fisk Buckelew, my Great Grand Uncle. I have many photos of My Great Grand mother, Mary Cornelia, his sister and photos of their father, Moses Scott Buckelew, but not Wilber.
|Bonnie Sisson Manning||W. Ashley - fixed|
Fixed the W. Ashley CSA inscription
Any additional info appreciated.
|Bonnie Sisson Manning||Morris in Bartholomew Cemetery|
Thanks for catching that duplicate memorial. I've deleted one.
|Raymond Malaby||Correction to maiden name|
I want to suggest a correction to the maiden name of Esther Martha Walls Hargett, Find A Grave Memorial# 18772567. Her maiden name was actually WELLS. She was the daughter of Peter Edward Wells ( Memorial# 75874698) and Martha Nixon.
Thanks for all your hard work.
Grand nephew of Esther Martha Wells Hargett
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