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Steven (#47411471)
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Danielle Montalvo Garland
George W Reeves
Hello. I see that you maintain the page for George Reeves. I was wondering if you have any information on him. See, my Great Great Grandmother is Miranda Violet (Reeves) Cherry-Hurst (She married a Cherry, then a Hurst), and I have found through research that her parents were a George W Reeves and Nancy Reeves. I want to make sure if this was the right person. I show that my Nancy Reeves' maiden name was Turner if that helps. You can email me if needed:
Added by Danielle Montalvo Garland on Jul 09, 2014 1:20 AM
Terrie Tag
67155173 Albert Melson
Hi Steven, could you please link him to his father, Albert Mathias Melson #96438304 and mother, Clelie Isabelle Oubre Melson #96437913?
Added by Terrie Tag on Jul 01, 2014 12:03 PM
Clairine Meeks
Franklin Parrish Sharpshooters
Steven, I have stumbled upon your virtual cemetery of the Franklin Parish Sharpshooters, Company E, 8th Louisianna Infantry, and as I have been researching my family genealogy, and found that a descendant by the name of "Reason Burns (Born in Holmes County, Mississippi) enlisted on March 12, 1862, and died at Lynchburg, VA on May 26th, 1862. His name is not among the listed. Do you have anyway of finding out how he died. I have traced his brother, "James P Bynes (I don't know why the name was spelled differently) through his enlistment into the Company C, 28th Louisianna Infantry, to his death at the Battle of Pleasant Hill (the previous night he had fought at the Battle of Mansfield, and survived). But I am at a complete loss at the death of "Reason Burns". I look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you, Clairine Johnson
Added by Clairine Meeks on May 23, 2014 12:46 AM
R. Gildersleeve
Ephraim Parker
Hi Steven - Can you tell me which cemetery Ephraim Parker is buried in? Is it in East Windsor? I have a very old grandfather clock with his name on the face that's been in my family for many generations, but no one knows who Ephraim Parker was. Since the clock originated in Eastern Connecticut I'm wondering if he or his son was the clockmaker.
Added by R. Gildersleeve on May 16, 2014 10:03 AM

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