|R.D. Herring (#47360929)|
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Retired from the U.S. Marine Corps in 1990. Have lived in beautiful East Tennessee since 2004. My wife, Nikki Lynn, and I are interested in helping folks with their local cemetery picture requests.|
I am a descendant of the Herrings of Madison County, GA. Four brothers enlisted in Company A, 16th GA Infantry Regiment, Army of Northern VA, CSA (Madison County Greys) in 1861/62. One brother, Henry L. Herring (my gg grandfather), survived. Additionally, their father, Alpheus (age 51), joined Echol's Light Artillery when it was organized in July, 1862; he survived.
"Their bodies are buried in peace; but their name liveth for evermore." - Ecclus 44: 14
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|email@example.com||mistake ..maudie G rosenbalm|
sir... my name is buz rosenbalm and i just now joined this group .. i noticed that my mothers grave stone is pictured which i am thrilled to see---- THERE is a david rosenbalm listed as her son ...THAT is a mistake ..Apparently its just an honest mistake .. AS i checked he is also listed as the son of another maudie rosenbalm but a different one . THe other maudie is Maudie HAll rosenbalm .........but my mothers name is maudie G Rosenbalm.
I Am a former marine myself . 1966- 1970 vietnam 1968 ..Ist marine division .
Thank you for all you do
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|Tarry Samsel||Knox and Betty Samsel|
Thank you for transferring my family members to me. You have a pic of the stone? Thank god you didn't get shot. :-)
|Gay Hobt Morton||Civil War soldiers|
Thanks for the photo of Reuben Hutson. It is perfect and will make it easier for him to get on the registry at ETHC. In my search for Civil War soldiers in Grainger Co. I have seen so many photos of soldiers you have taken and posted in the past. You are a wonderful resource for anyone with an interest in the people of that county.
|Rick Miller||W Y Hopson|
Great story. I added it with attribution to his great-great grandniece.
|Tina Lephew Cooke||Frye Cem|
Thanks so much, from the bottom of my heart for getting the Frye Cem ! I went over there back in the Summer, but wasn't able to locate it. Later on in Sept, I was told that it was right past the newer cem, and I hadn't gotten the opportunity to go back there yet. You are a true life saver !
|Gay Hobt Morton||WY Hopson - Civil War|
Thank you so much for this photo of William Younger Hopson in Frye cemetery. It means a lot to the person who wrote to me about him.
|Gay Hobt Morton||Civil War soldier|
Thank you so much. I have just started in Grainger Co., and am not very deep into it. I will search for those men. I cannot thank you enough. I am in a meeting this Thursday at ETHC to find out what have and what they need to find in Grainger Co. I so appreciate you taking the time to help in this way.
|Gay Hobt Morton||Civil War soldier|
Thanks again. This is a wonderful clear shot of this stone. I will add this photo to his application. Thank you so much
|Tina Lephew Cooke||Wolfenbarger,Charles Edward|
Thanks for getting this, he was the son of Dewey Delmer Wolfenbarger and Gracie June Bunch.
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