|Dan McCaskill (#46952107)|
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|Matthew Maury||Wife of John Champion Head|
John Champion Head is my great-great grandfather and I have had trouble finding information on his wife, Mary Aileen Buckner. You state she is the sister to James and Davis Buckner also buried at Greenville Cemetery, is this fact or a guess as they share the same last name? If so, do you have documentation supporting the relationship? Thanks.
|Linda Ellis||RE: Civil War Vet|
|Linda Ellis||Civil War Vet|
Wanted to let you know you have the wrong death date for JAMES F. BULLOCK, buried in Coalville Cemetery, Harrison Co MS, that is listed on your great MS Civil War web page.
I have his obit, which says he died July 21, 1914, at Beauvoir Soldier's Home, where he had been for 2 weeks, and buried in Coalville Cem as you stated.
|Erin Ohea||RE: Richard O'Hea|
Thank you Dan! That would explain my struggle finding the death certificate. Do you know of any other way to find the names of his parents and the town in Ireland where he was born?
|Erin Ohea||Richard O'Hea|
Hi, I am wondering if you can tell me where you collected the obituary information for Richard O'Hea specifically the comment around the name of his nearest relative. Also, I have a record of his death as March 28, 1891 and not April. I am trying to locate his death certificate for more information. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you.
|Richard O. Rotenberry||William Jasper Entrekin|
My gr. grandfather, William Jasper Entrekin, Waynesboro, Mississippi, buried at Mt.Zion Cemetery, Wayne County, Ms. I noticed a Confederate emblem on his Findagrave site that you left. Are you kin to the Entrekins of South Mississippi? Sincerely, Richard O. Rotenberry, SCV Camp #1319, Panama City, Florida....
|Rodney A Arnold||FAGM# 15452183|
Dan, please recheck your flower comments about the Civil War; her headstone reads "Our Mother At Rest"
This is Mary Dickerson who married William J. Dickerson. Please delete your comments if you concur.
Thanks for your consideration, Rodney
|Native Texan||Memorial #31877548|
There are two memorials for William Kerchevalle Gildart created by you, 31877548 and 31877539. They appear identical except the first one also has a photo of his headstone.
|Renee Guy||Charles Ira "C I " Justice|
I am not finding a listing for Charles Ira Justice as serving in Co. E 24th MS Inf. Can you help me with finding this information? I would like to have this military record. Charles Ira is my Great Grandfather.
|Mark Pfaffenroth||William Warren Key|
I am looking for information on William Warren Key's (1837-1904)Civil War participation. I know the Confederate Grave Registry of Mississippi shows him serving in the Jeff Davis Legion, however Fold3's Confederate Service Records indicates there was no William Warren Key in that unit or any other Confederate unit. The National Park Service's Civil War Database also shows no record of William Warren Key serving in a Confederate unit.
I was wondering if you had any further information/documentation on him you might be willing to share?
R/ Mark Pfaffenroth - email@example.com
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