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*Honorary member Major General John Bankhead Magruder Chapter #258 Military Order of Stars & Bars (M.O.S.B)*|
*Honorary member Matthew Fountaine Maury Camp 1722 Virginia Sons of Confederate Veterans (S.C.V.)*
*Honorary member Rev. Beverly Tucker Lacy Camp 2141 Virginia Sons of Confederate Veterans (S.C.V.)*
As a lifetime history buff, and having lived near some old cemeteries, it is only "natural" that the two are now combined.
I've catalogued all the Confederate fallen in the Spotsylvania Confederate Cemetery in Spotsylvania Courthouse, Va. I will soon publish a roster/book with these findings and short bios/service records of these men. A copy will be presented to the Spotsylvania Courthouse Museum.
Also, I'm in the process of doing the same for the Confederate fallen and veterans in the Fredericksburg Confederate and City cemeteries.
As Historian of the above cemeteries, please feel free to inquire of any Confederate burials.
Also, I give tours of each.
The Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania County Battlefields National Park Service refers Confederate burial inquiries to me.
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|Wanda Morrison Tillotson||RE: Pvt Hinton Samuel Raynor|
|Krista AQ & Tommy Thompson||Charles A. Gore III|
Hey, thanks for the edits! Safe to assume that Charles A. Gore III is the son of Charles A. Gore Jr.? Please let me know if you're aware.
|mizkathy||Story re James L Henderson|
Thought you, in your Confederacy research, might find this old blog piece of mine interesting...
Added by mizkathy on Nov 10, 2015 6:56 AM
|mizkathy||RE: Sgt James L Henderson|
While 'Lewis' has come to me by anecdotal confirmation from great grand children of James, the only concrete-ish confirmation is that the year James died, 1906, there was a grandson born the same year named 'James Lewis Henderson' link provided here:
I continue to look for more records - that L appears to have been very important to gg-grandfather James, and if I can find more clarification in James L's history, I'll be sure to note it clearly in his record. I probably need to get the KG historical society to check handwritten records at the courthouse... KAN
Added by mizkathy on Nov 10, 2015 6:54 AM
|mizkathy||RE: Sgt James L Henderson|
I wish I could answer your question for I have asked it and looked across my Ancestry tree as it developed in that arm of the family and have still not found a maternal surname or even Lewis even as a male middle name that would clear up the mystery. One thing about the broader scope of a 15-year building of an Ancestry tree is that chipping away in small chips seems to eventually bring the mystery to the surface - eventually! So I will be sure to let you know if/when this happens.
Thanks for getting in touch; I'm working in my Henderson line to connect the family records into this line of records, as well as other lines. Maybe something will surface in that way!
Thanks for your good work; I keep an eye out for your work as I toggle across programs; Find A Grave is a vital component for my hunting and gathering - thanks so much...
Public Ancestry Tree: Naumann2007
Added by mizkathy on Nov 10, 2015 6:25 AM
|Kathy Hill||RE: Perry Carter|
I will post the picture of Perry's widow's petition for his military pension. This is where I obtained the information. I hope this helps.
Please let me know if I can help you.
|Thomas Whitehead||1st Battle of Manassas|
I am looking for members of the Town Creek Rifles, later Co. C., 2nd Mississippi Infantry Volunteers, Confederate States Army of Northern Virginia that fought and died at the 1st, 2nd and 3th Battles of Manassas. There was a newspaper article, dated Jan. 11, 1907, Tupelo Journal, Tupelo, Misissippi, Town Creek Rifles. This record show the roster of this group and what happen to the members. Several members died at the Battles of Manassas. I got interested in the battle because I ran across information on Thomas Deaton who died July 21, 1861 at the Battle of the 1st Manassas. I found this information from a Family bible and from church records from Center Hill Baptist Church, Lee County, Mississippi. I would appreciate any information where I can find where he is buried.
|Joan Johnson||47th VA|
Hello, I was wondering if you could add my Great Grandfather Reverend Jacqueline Marshall Meredith to the great gentleman of the unit. He was their Chaplin. And after the war he restored Aquia Church using his own money.
|First Families of America||F.A.G.|
I havent heard anything about the deleted memorials for the Bozeman family. I just think it's a shame they were all deleted.
Thank you for your help though.
|BaltimoreBorn||Robert Agustus Coates|
Hello....I am looking for the burial site of my great great grandfather who was a member of the Va 30th....wondering if you help me.i believe he lived in Richmond County after the war. He married Francis Ann Balderson.
Thanks...Nancy Coates Meacham
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