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|Loyal Limb||13th Cav.|
Here is another Company H trooper I missed the last time I was at the Will Mottern cemetery. Mem # 94544055.
|Ace||Stetson's at Chapel Hill|
Hi! Photos posted for Gurdon Stetson. Please note the spelling of the first name is different on the grave marker is different from what you have currently posted.
Mabel Stetson-Wolf, 1901 - 1993
If you create the memorial and add a photo request I will add the photos I took for her.
We owe a HUGE thanks to Bryan Baker the Funeral Director and Manager for providing the grave locations. Please send him a thank you card at:
Chapel Hill Memorial Park & Funeral Home
112 North Galena Avenue
Dixon, Illinois 61021
You would not have any of the information here or photos posted without his help.
Added by Ace on Nov 24, 2013 3:58 AM
If you could call Chapel Lawn - (219) 365-9554 and get me the plot location for
Marvin Stetson, I would be more than happy to photograph for you! cnumb
Added by cnumb on Oct 27, 2013 11:08 AM
|Richard Akins||Newman grave coordinates|
The coordinates of the Porter, Nettie, & Katherine Newman lot (sec 3, lot 3, Sunset)are
39.18109, -96.59026 in case you wish to add them to your memorial.
|Loyal Limb||Co H.|
99954768 is the memorial for PVT. J. P. Lawson, Company H 13th Tennessee Cav. I missed his grave the last time I visited this cemetery because it's not a Veterans marker and it's broken and was covered with grass clippings. It's in pretty bad shape and I thought I'd better get a picture before it fell apart. I was surprised when I cleaned off the grass and saw it was a 13th Tennessee Cav. grave.
|Loyal Limb||13th Cav|
Check memorial #1009603. I found this grave on my first visit to the national cemetery at Mountain Home, TN. I didn't see him on your list for Co. D.
|Sherlocks Cousin||RE: William Burleson|
2 heads are always better than 1:) Thanks for double checking. Great job!!!!!!
|Sherlocks Cousin||RE: Bataan Death March survivor|
I'm leaving a flower for him. Here is one of my Tucker relatives that was on that infamous march-93427064.
|Sherlocks Cousin||William Burleson|
13067744-Food for thought - Are you sure this is the same person who enlisted in 1864 at the age of 19? Based on the birth year posted, he would have been 15. So either he lied on his age or it's not the same William Burleson.
|Charles Hinman||Marvin Dale Barry marker|
I would like to ask your permission to place your photo of the marker for Marvin Dale Barry on his personal memorial page on our site at http://www.oneternalpatrol.com/barry-m-d.htm .
Charles R. Hinman
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