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Janet (#46573654)
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Alexander Lucas
Hi Janet I would like to provide you with more information on this young man who was my Great-Great-Great Uncle. Alexander of Smithville, Monroe County, Indiana. Was the son of John Lucas b. 16 July 1813 in Kentucky d. 16 June 1893 in Monroe County, Indiana and Kaziah Devar b. 27 Nov 1823 in Monroe Co, Indiana and d. 22 May 1881. Both are buried in the Lucas Cemetery in Smithville, Monroe County, Indiana.

John is the son of Solomon Lucas and Mary Grimes
Kaziah is the daughter of Jesse Devar and Martha (Patsy) Cain/Cane

Alexander had ten brothers and sisters six of whom were born after him including my great great grandfather John Bennington Lucas. If you would add this information to his site I would be grateful or if you feel you don't have the time I will gladly take over his page for you and give him the home and family he deserves and will be forever grateful to you. Thank you for your time
and patience Judith E. (Lucas) Hudson
Added by Judy on Oct 20, 2016 1:55 PM
Alexander Lucas
Added by Judy on Oct 20, 2016 1:41 PM
RE: Rq permission to post your photo
Thank you.
Added by dickbelle on Oct 03, 2016 10:49 AM
Rq permission to post your photo
Good Day ~
Am a volunteer w/'The Journey Through Hallowed Ground', researching the records of Civil War Soldiers.
I'm contacting you to ask permission to post your photo of the grave of Pvt Samuel Ewing (33rd MA Inf, buried in Chattanooga)to his memorial page.
Thank you,
Added by dickbelle on Oct 02, 2016 12:38 PM
deanna french
Hamilton CO. TN. Civil War Veterans
I am working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our "old soldiers" that have ties to Vermont. May I use the marker/monument photo's to at least three that you have contributed tO Find A Grave Memorials for such soldiers, to post on the (

You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.

Deanna French
Added by deanna french on Sep 22, 2016 2:45 PM
Louis Mosier
Abel H Bennett at Marietta, GA
Janet, I am interested in hearing more about the data and analysis you used to determine that the grave listed on Find A Grave Memorial# 3946711 belongs to Abel H. Bennett, who was detached to Battery M, 1st NY Light Artillery from the 3rd Wisconsin Battery for the Atlanta Campaign.
I have been researching the 3rd Wisconsin Battery for several years and have determined the burial sites for over 170 of the personnel. I could not find a listing for Abel H. Bennett, who per state and battery rosters was mustered out in July 1865 and then not heard from again. I knew that PVT AH Bennett was detached to Battery M for Atlanta, but have seen no records of his death during that detachment. Your data, however, gives plausible circumstantial evidence that AH Bennett died at Big Shanty. I'd enjoy discussing this issue with you and see if I can be firmly convinced that AH Bennett of the 3rd WI Battery is buried in this grave at Marietta.
Lou Mosier
Added by Louis Mosier on Sep 13, 2016 2:11 PM
chris clapsadle
RE: only Clapsaddle buried in TN
Thank you so much. can that be included in the bio?
Added by chris clapsadle on Sep 04, 2016 9:02 PM
chris clapsadle
RE: only Clapsaddle buried in TN
Where do you think he died? Lookout Mt? or is this one that "God only knows! and we can sort it out in heaven." A lot of our Clapsadles and Clapsaddles were military men. Goes back to the original immigrants who fought in the Revolutionary war. Thanks for the info! chris
Added by chris clapsadle on Sep 04, 2016 2:12 PM
chris clapsadle
only Clapsaddle buried in TN
You appear to be the expert on National Cemeteries! I am trying to add to the bio of George W Clapsaddle, I know his parents names through census and pension records and have added some information for his bio. I know that the 84th Ind fought at Chickamauga and also at Lookout Mountain 15 Oct 1863. What record did you use for his being wounded at Chickaamauga? Funny how he ended up in Nashville? (where only Union soldiers are buried, no confederate?)Thanks for any help.
Added by chris clapsadle on Sep 03, 2016 3:12 PM
Lola Weber
John Rutan FAG# 29262214

I am excited at the possibility of this being my John Rutan. May I ask where you got the information for the Find A Grave memorial?
I am interested in sources for this individual.

A family searcher,

Lola Weber
Added by Lola Weber on Aug 10, 2016 2:10 PM
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