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|Amanda Stowe||# 138105532|
Hi Janet! I was thinking about my 3x great-grandfather Darwin Callaway today and came to visit his virtual memorial. You have done such a great job with this! I just want to ask that if you ever decide to stop managing his memorial, would you please think of me when transferring? I'd love to take care of his memorial, but you are doing an awesome job and I wouldn't have found his grave without you!!! :) Thanks so much for all your hard work. -Amanda Stowe :)
|vivian sims||Nelson Sims|
I was just wondering if you were related to Nelson. If so could you share any information.
I believe he is related to my husband. I am trying to see where or if they do connect.
|James F||29th Ohio burials on the field at Pine Knob, Ga.|
I wrote a book about the 29th Ohio Infantry published by the University of Ohio. The book is titled "The Untried Life." I am now working on a follow up book. I'm curious to know where you found the information about the condition of the grave(s) of the regiment's fallen at the Battle of Pine Knob, Ga. in June 1864. The soldier you had mentioned lying with this group was Thomas Davis. He is buried at Marietta National. Your reply to this would be much appreciated---James Fritsch. My email is email@example.com
Added by James F on Jun 17, 2015 11:44 AM
|Charlene Adams||Samuel M Hanlon's memorial|
Thank you so very much for notifying me. In the process I corrected Oliver's memorial as well. I have sent the links to Samuel's parents and will remove the duplicate memorial as soon as he is linked. Working together is the best way to get these things right.
|Chris Benge||RE: Corp James Adams|
I'm unable to find the CWSS Compiled Service Record you have listed in the bio for James. Would you be able to tell me how or where to find it. Do you have a copy that you can email back to me? CHRISBENGE@aol.com I have his Individual Civil War Soldier Index Record, one anyway and the information it provides is:
Name: James Adams
Residence: Camp Burnside, Kentucky
Enlistment Date: 02 Nov 1862
Rank at enlistment: Private
Enlistment Place: Camp Burnside, Kentucky
State Served: Kentucky
Service Record: Enlisted in Company A, Kentucky 32nd Infantry Regiment on 15 Apr 1863.
Sources: Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky
|Debra ||RE: 85th IL soldier|
Hi Janet, thanks for going the extra mile and trying to idenitfy this soldier. He is actually Lorenzo D Gould. His grave probably would have remained a mystery if not for his blurb in the History of the 85th book.
Thanks for your dedication, time, and hard work!
Added by Debra on Jun 06, 2015 4:09 PM
|DRShell||Adam Icenogle # 2984398|
Hello - would it be possble to transfer this memorial to me? Adam Icenogle was an ancestor of mine. Thank you.
Added by DRShell on May 26, 2015 9:05 AM
Thanks for that quick action in adding the additional Civil War info. I requested a merge where you keep the credit because I heard? we're not supposed to delete dupes because of broken links. There are some tokens that will be moved when the powers that be can get to it.
Thanks for the help,
|stargazer||Corp. Redman Moyer|
Hi Janet ~ thanx so much for linking the parents of Corp. Redman Moyer, from info sent to you by SMPowell, which I had relayed to her.
It's so nice to be able to work with such wonderful people to get the families 'united!'
|John S. Sims||Reply to Question|
The marker #O 4233 has nothing but the plot number and is unusual, of course, because it is not the standard "unknown" marker used in that section and all those near by.
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