|John Nash (#46939656)|
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I (on the right) am a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Bennitt-Duke 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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|Ben C Jones||Lewis Snider|
Hey John. I see you maintain the memorials for Lewis Snider Sr. and Jr. I didn't know that the "Old Buck Wall Place" cemetery even existed. I'm going to have to drive down there this week and find that. Is it difficult to access? On someone's private property?
Those two men would have been my 4th and 5th great grandfathers on my mother's side. (She was a Snider) She passed away in December, but was very much into genealogy. I just got access to her ancestry.com account today. It says you and she were 5th cousins, once removed. I think that makes you and I 5th cousins twice removed.
Do a search for Reuben Wood s Library. He was a lawyer, very prominent in Randolph Co. NC. A son of John wood Jr. from Middleboro, MA 1716-1794.
about 10 pages to work through, but enough to put one of the families together.
On the life of David Wood/Woods in Vigo, he left NC before coming to Indiana and went to Virginia for 6 years. I think I am looking for a different set of Wood/Woods that the one above.
However, the David's were legion. Orange Co. NC had a huge bunch of Wood.
Added by DM236 on Jan 05, 2014 11:03 AM
|DM236||RE: wood/woods of davidson NC|
Thank You for the site. I will look around. The woods I am seeking came from Davidson Co. NC/Randolph Co., NC. David Woods m. Mary Shuler/Schuler, and Marten Wood m.1814 to Elizabeth Schuler in parent county Rowan Co., NC. Found Marten on a WILL-1825 for Randolph Co. NC, the son of William.. he died in Morgan Co, IN.
David ,b. Davidson Co, Son of David & Mary(Shuler) Woods died in Vigo Co., IN 1908. Both men have a brother John.
Added by DM236 on Jan 04, 2014 4:06 PM
|DM236||wood/woods of davidson NC|
I noticed a number of memorial for Wood/Woods of NC and wondered if elder John Wood, and his son David Wood was part of your family. Could use some help with this Wood family.
Added by DM236 on Jan 03, 2014 2:17 PM
|Mike O||Harward photo|
Hello John, I apologize for not sending you my thank you earlier. Good picture. Thanks. Mike.
PS Merry Christmas
Added by Mike O on Dec 23, 2013 7:20 PM
|Dixie Home Georgia||Our Heritage|
I've been meaning to write you for quite awhile.
Very sorry to read about your Loving Wife, you were very Blessed to have each other and I Pray the Lord will keep You held up, everyday.
A Beautiful Picture here, Dear Sir. Just wanted to say A Big Thank You, for your Dedication to Our Beloved Confederacy. I too, have many Hundreds of Confederates in My Family, and that is My main purpose in making Memorials, of these Gallant Men and Their Families.
Very Awesome that you work with "The Northern Prisons", where our Confederates lived and Died, in such Harsh Conditions, Thank You so much for that.
Blessings to You, from Georgia. Cindy R.
Would you be able to transfer management of Margaret Hayes to me? I would like to link her to her parents and add some pictures. She was my mother's aunt. Find A Grave Memorial# 68147802
Added by CAD on Oct 22, 2013 9:35 AM
|A. Muse||My Photo Request on Mahala Milliken|
Thank you so for your effort and letting me know the problem! Much appreciated.
Added by A. Muse on Sep 26, 2013 9:35 AM
Thank you so much for transferring my relative's memorial to my care. And thanks for the wonderful photographs and records you've contributed over the years. You and your wife helped so many; I know she will always be by your side in spirit. God bless you!
Added by Chantal on Aug 25, 2013 10:36 AM
|Marguerite Collins||GW Courtney|
Finally kept my word...I visited George Washington Courtney and added the graveside photo.
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