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I am most interested in Civil War Soldiers. However every grave has a history. Every grave has a story to tell.|
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|Al Moore||Infant Daughter McGee 1910|
Your Infant Daughter McGee Find A Grave Memorial# 24932214 is a duplicate of an earlier one Find A Grave Memorial# 13180542. They should be combined
Added by Al Moore on Feb 22, 2016 3:19 PM
|Donnie Ruyle||Thomas White Ruyle|
Texas CSA: Thank you for your kindness in transferring Thomas's memorial.
|jan dwyer||RE: Lewis Current #40082582|
Please transfer this grave to me Jan Dwyer 46868999 he belongs to my family his father is John H Current.
|Dave Davidson||William Monroe Hurt|
Thanks for adding the information about Bill. I really like that you're focusing on CSA Veterans. I lost a relative (John Sensing - Memorial # 126115325) at the Battle of Stones River. The family never knew what happened to his body but several (~2000) unidentified dead were eventually buried in the Murfreesboro Evergreen Cemetery in a real nice Confederate section. I volunteer at the battlefield cleaning and touching up the field pieces. My wife has a (West Tennessee) union relative in the park national cemetery. He didn't participate in the battle but he died in a Smallpox hospital in Nashville and few weeks later.
Thanks again. If you need anything from this direction, let me know.
|Janice Cross||A.H. Hill|
Thank you for posting the picture of the above A.H. Hill's grave. I've been searching for a long time.
|Mary Blunt||RE: Death of Margaret Woods Brawley|
Okay, thanks. Bill Warren posted the page from the Probate of John F. Brawley to prove the information on her findagrave link.
|AmyTX||Civil War Veterans|
Hello, I keep a virtual cemetery of any veterans I run across that are buried in Washington County, Texas. Here are the URLs for both the Confederate and Union soldiers, if you want to add any of them to your own broader lists of Civil War vets. :)
If they are missing their state information on their memorial or headstone, let me know and I can find out for you (since I notice you sort by state of service).
Added by AmyTX on Aug 30, 2013 2:09 PM
Thank you for doing the family links and adding the information for John and Pearl Carruth Amos. I appreciate you taking your time to do these.
Added by Vicki on Mar 27, 2013 3:15 PM
|Blue Swan||Bettie O'Neal|
There are no records showing that Elizabeth Diadama Kendall O'Neal is buried in Myrtle Cememtery. Do you have something that no longer exists?
|Phillip Henson||Jerry D Beauchamp|
Are you sure he was in the Tenn CSA - He is in a picture of the Parson's Brigade Civil War Reunion - Muster Roll shows him in Co H, 12 Regiment Texas Calvary also known as Parson's
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