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Janet (#46573654)
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134th NY Rocky Face Ridge Dead
Hello Janet,

My name is Paul Turner, I had an ancestor, James Guffin, KIA Kennesaw Mountain, who served in the 134th NY. I've created a virtual Cemetery for it, 365 names and counting.

I saw your notation that you were unable to find the burial location of any of the 134th's Rocky Face Ridge dead.

I was wondering if you ever were able to determine where the Rocky Face Ridge dead, those who were originally buried at the battlefield, regardless of unit, were ulitmately buried?

Thanks for all of the work you have done.

Paul Turner
Added by pjt on Jan 31, 2015 12:48 PM
Matthew & Chrissy
Name correction

I was in Andersonville last weekend and took the photo. I was only going by how the stone spelled the name. If its wrong, then the stone is wrong.
Added by Matthew & Chrissy on Jan 27, 2015 9:23 AM
Hiram Lanam
sending auto edit to attach parents. Thanks.
Added by SJP on Jan 10, 2015 1:41 PM
Panama Sue
Thank you
I'm connected to one of the Civil War KIA's whose grave marker you photographed. You also left a detailed message about my ancestor's death and placement in the cemetery, and I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate your work. I will be adding your notes to the book I'm writing for my children.
Added by Panama Sue on Nov 24, 2014 7:41 PM
Catherine Billings-Ouellette
Raonsom Billings
I am the gr-gr-granddaughter of Ransom. His great grandson was my father Barron Billings. I was wondering are you also connected to the Billings? I have just been re-united by mail with Barron and I am just learning about my heritage on the Billings side of the family. Sincerely, Cathy Marie Billings-Ouellette
Added by Catherine Billings-Ouelle... on Nov 20, 2014 5:14 PM
marshall mccormack
James McCormack
I am looking for my great, great, great grandfather. In find a grave for James McCormack it does not say who his parent were or where he was born or his parents. I am hopeing I can get a clue.
Added by marshall mccormack on Nov 19, 2014 12:14 PM
Amanda Stowe
RE: Amanda Stowe/Darwin Callaway
I am sooo excited!!! This means so much to me!! I find it fascinating as well. I love researching my family history and I always ask my friends if I can work on theirs too, just for fun! It is so wonderful that you are honoring these soldiers by making sure they are not forgotten- thank you! As the wife of a U.S. Army veteran, I am very grateful to people like you who remember our servicemen and their sacrifice.
Thank you so much for contacting me! Indescribably elated right now!! :D
Added by Amanda Stowe on Nov 10, 2014 8:06 PM
Amanda Stowe
Amanda Stowe/Darwin Callaway
Hi Janet! So, Darwin's body has NOT been lost? He is really buried in Marietta Nat'l Cemetery? This is so exciting for me, as our family never knew anything about this ancestor, not even his name, until I started searching for him 14 years ago when I was still in high school. I am his descendant through his son Edwin. My husband and I recently visited Sally's (Darwin's wife) grave, which is in a cemetery not far from where we live. I always wished that we could find Darwin's grave because apparently Sally never knew what happened to her husband; but now we know and I feel so much more peaceful inside! I can't wait to go and visit his grave, hopefully someday soon! If you know of any other information on the POWs that were transferred, any books or resources I could read, can you let me know? Thanks so much Janet!!
Added by Amanda Stowe on Nov 10, 2014 7:12 PM
Amanda Stowe
RE: Sally Ann Avery Calloway
Holy cow! This is a lot of information to take in! I was under the impression that he was at Magnolia this entire time! I am so excited to learn this!!! I am going to go look at your virtual cemetery and see if i can find the info on ancestry as well, and will write back to you soon. Thank you SO MUCH Janet!! This means the world to me!
Added by Amanda Stowe on Nov 10, 2014 7:00 PM
Amanda Stowe
RE: Sally Ann Avery Calloway
Hi Janet! Wow!! Did you really find his gravestone? He was buried at Magnolia Cemetery. Another lady looked for his marker and didn't find it, so I had lost hope. He is actually not buried wherever the markers are located, but in a mass grave somewhere in the cemetery. The markers were erected later, this according to the cemetery director. Can you give me details? You didn't happen to take a photo, did you?? That would be so appreciated! Thanks for contacting me, Janet. (P.S. He was my 3x-great grandfather).
Added by Amanda Stowe on Nov 10, 2014 6:09 PM
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