|John Nash (#46939656)|
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I (on the right) am a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Private Lorenzo Leigh Bennitt Camp #773 in Durham, North Carolina. I am a member of the Point Lookout POW Descendants Organization. My wife and I have been doing genealogy together for almost 20 years. It is our passion. Through my genealogy work I have identified over 900 kinfolk (grandfathers, uncles, and cousins) that served in the Confederate States infantry, cavalry, and navy.|
My loving wife and best friend Joyce passed away on Christmas Day 2012 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. When I return to taking my trips to libraries, archives, and cemeteries to continue my genealogy research it will be very difficult without my better half. We worked so well as a team. I miss her. Her memorial is #102701133.
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|Indigo Falls||Ebenezer Hearne 52063988|
First, Thank-you for the genealogical work you and your late wife have done. My condolences.
Second, I am looking for some record of Jennie Hearne. I don't see her listed as a child of this Ebenezer Hearne that is in Subject line. I think she was, though. She first was married to Burton Smith, who she had gone to Bosque County, Texas with. He died young, and was the first person to be buried at Smith Bend Cemetery. Being a widow, she returned to her father at home in Albemarle, North Carolina, as Jennie Hearne Smith. Family legend says that she then married a Governor of North Carolina, but I don't know his name; so I can't find her. Any ideas, please?
And if someone else reading this actually knows if this man was her father and/or the name of her second husband in North Carolina, I would appreciate it. I have a copy of a letter she wrote from North Carolina in the 1850s to her former in-laws in Texas.
Third, I see you are interested in Confederate Veterans. Are you only interested in those from North Carolina? If you expand to Georgia, I know at least two who were captured at the Battle of Chickamauga, escaped from prison in Camp Morton, Indiana and ended up living and dying in Texas.
Please let me know. Thank-you.
|AnnieBea||Memorial # 41311294|
Thank you so much, Mr. Nash, for all of the time and effort you have spent on these memorials. Good or bad service record (okay - he was probably considered a traitor!) I was so thrilled to find my great-grandfather, James Ivey Johnson. Thank you for the time it took to post the grave photo and all of the information.
I am working on rebuilding several years of genealogy research that was all destroyed.
I read your memorial to your late wife and cried my eyes out over that. What a wonderful legacy she has left behind.
What a terrible disease.
Again, I thank you.
Added by AnnieBea on Mar 19, 2016 6:36 PM
|Nancy Hansen||Nathan Richard Croom Jr.|
What a surprise to find my Great Grandfather Picture on Find a Grave. Thank you Mr. Nash. I will Treasure this. I have many relatives that fought for the Confederate Army is there a way I could find their pictures. I know Nathan father also was enlisted, same name but a Sr. Thank you again. Nancy
|Richard Styers Jr.||Daniel Styers|
I want to Thank You for taking the task of adding my gggreat-grandfather Daniel CSA footstone. I went to Trading Ford to find his grave several years ago but could not locate him. I may have been at the wrong cemetery. I was at the church and thought perhaps this was a new church building and there may be another location with a cemetery perhaps the original church building was destroyed by fire and they rebuilt at the site where I wound up. I found a record somewhere that stated he had a daughter in the same cemetery but not able to find a record in Rowan County. Do you have any record or knowledge of other STYERS in Rowan or the surrounding counties. I think most of Daniel's family must be in Davidson County. I am still trying to find my ggreat-grandfather John Presley Styers wife Elizabeth Broadway Styers burial. I don't know of any family that may know where she might be buried. The last record I have she was living in Gaston County with her son's family but no concrete evidence of her burial. My job has really taken over my research time. I just read about your wife's passing and my sincere sympathy and prayers for you in your time of loss. My father passed in 2008 and it changed many aspects of my life. It sounds like she took a part of you with her as I told many I felt my dad took a piece of me with him. I still have my mother and watch her become more and more frail as the years pass. I can't imagine what I will lose when she goes to her heavenly home. I wish at times I go before so I don't have to know that pain again. Sorry for going on so long but God leads me to express myself this way to many people don't know how they feel afterwards but my heart is lightened a small bit each time. God Bless and hold you in his hand is my prayer during your grief.....Richard
|Terry||RE: Wade Hampton Barbee #57779177|
Thank you! I am related to the Barbees through the Lewters.
Added by Terry on Feb 09, 2015 7:10 PM
|Terry||Wade Hampton Barbee #57779177|
He is my 5th cousin 2x removed. May I use his gravestone photo in my Family Tree? I will gladly give you credit! Thank you, Terry
Added by Terry on Feb 08, 2015 6:54 PM
Seems you and I share the same 2nd Great Grandfather.
Would like to find out more..
|Becky Ramsey||RE: Photos|
Thank you! I am researching Thaxton, Cook, Chastain on my Dad's side and Preston, Jenkins, Cleveland and Blanford on my Mom's. Becky
|Becky Ramsey||Findagrave Photographs|
John, sorry for your loss! Thank you for all your contributions to the Findagrave website. I would like permission to use your photographs of my relatives' grave sites in my Family Tree files. I use the photos as source media and will gladly give you credit for your work. Becky
Read your profile again, how are you a son of confederate ? Suspect not thur your Stewart Quaker/Baptist line they were so antislavery. I have a story about my g-grandfather Flavius who fought in Ohio on the Union side when he lived in Paola, Kansas. Short story he stopped a riot in town when a mob tried to hang a black man, later sadly that night when he had gone home he was hanged anyway.
Added by Pat Shaw on Dec 29, 2014 6:38 AM
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