|Lindan S Caldwell (#47029293)|
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Research of local history,agriculture,and genealogy.Oregon & Howell County,Missouri Fulton,Marion,Lawrence County,Arkansas|
Member of the Oregon County Historical Society
Sgt at Arms
Oregon County History Book Volume 1 reprint now available.Amazon.com
Readin,Writn,& Rithmatic also reprinted and available at Amazon.com
Growing Up Oregon County Bill Combs at Amazon.com
These books are also for sale at the Alton Library,Hirsch Thayer,Oregon County Food Producers Co-op on the square in Alton,Aid's Flea Market on the square in West Plains.
Member of Col John R Woodside Camp #203
Sons of Confederate Veterans
West Plains and Alton Mo
Granny Blue Day
Matilda Evans Blue
Ozarks Pioneer Woman
Nov 7 & 8,2014
Thank you to the descendants from 5 states that came to honor Matilda,her family,and the Confederate men and women of the area.
Facebook: Granny Blue
Youtube:Granny Blue Day video
Ark-ives.com Arkansas Confederate pensions
Missouri soldiers database SOS site
Civil War records.
Missouri Confederate pension applications
(Familysearch.com) 27,084 images
Dr George W Taylor medical examinations,8 pages,mostly Ozark County,Missouri
Union pension records
National Archives Form 85B
UDC United Daughters of Confederate Veterans
The Confederate Veteran magazine archives.
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|Garrett Gabel||RE: Pvt. Thomas Benton Caldwell|
Lindan, WOW!! What a great photo. Thank you very much! Regards, Garrett
|Garrett Gabel||Pvt. Thomas Benton Caldwell|
Hello, Just curious as to the photo of Pvt. Caldwell of Salem cemetery of Arkansas on Findagrave that you submitted. Do you have a larger or better copy? If so, would it be possible to use it for a future publication of a local history book that I plan for early next year? I would give you credit of course. The photo is an extremely rare example of what a Coleman "guerrilla" appeared as. I research heavily on the Civil War in Mo. from the Rolla,Mo area to Newport, Arkansas as it was a literal corridor of activity especially with bushwhackers and Coleman's command as you know of course. Regards, Garrett Gabel firstname.lastname@example.org
|Graver Gal||Re; Memorial # 20634102|
You took a picture for my relative .. It just shows the mother. I'm trying to find the father's grave. It allegedly is in Oregon, but I bet it is the other half of your picture. Would you mind sending me the picture of the full memorial to email@example.com? Thanks.
|Allen Reedy Curtis||RE: Hero John S Johnson|
Glad to do it. My father was a WW2 vet as well, a rapidly declining 'club'. I think anything the local VFW can do would be appropriate to honor him. Again, thank I appreciate you taking the time to take the photo. I know the cemetery is out in the country.
|Amy Nicolai||Sergeant transfers|
Thank you for transferring Charles and Philip Sergeant. I appreciate it! Amy
|APRIL GREENMAN||Arthur Cemetery, Pike Co. Missouri|
I recently started working on cleaning and restoring this cemetery that is located on my property in Pike Co. I was so excited to see that the cemetery on our property had people looking for grave photos. I've submitted a couple photos you requested and added Rhonda Arthur & Manettie Fucet to the people buried there.
I have a couple of questions that you may know the answers to. The Find a Grave site shows 9 graves. To date we have found tombstones for 18 people. 3 of the larger tombstones are unreadable and I plan to remove the moss and try to do a rubbing. 7 of the tombstones are granite about the size of patio blocks with only initials on them. The initials are:
A.E.A. ; J.F.T. ; R.A. ; T.A.A. ; E.A. & J.S.A. (on 1 marker); E.D. J.A. (on 1 marker) the last small one is totally unmarked.
In your research are you looking for any Arthur graves with these initials? Any idea why some would have the larger stones and some only these small blocks? Was the decision financial do you think or perhaps these were slaves? I am new to this and hope you might be able to shed some light on this. Do you perhaps have other names that may be the ones on the larger stones that need cleaning/restoring that you can provide?
The other question I have that you may know is about Rhonda Arthur. I added her info to the Arthur cemetery but I don't have the year of her death or maiden name. She was married to J.J. Arthur. Do you have any further info on her?
Thank you for caring. Look forward to hearing from you. (I tried to send this via email but it wouldn't go through).
|Lynda "Runyon-Frum" Moberg||Desta Gant Photo.|
Thank you so much for taking the time to take the beautiful headstone photos. Keep up the good work:)
|tina||RE: Pvt Sebring|
Thank you Lindan for taking the time to search for a stone or grave marker for Andrew Sebring.
Added by tina on Apr 22, 2015 7:41 AM
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