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|Barb Alsbury||Transfer for Charles Page Benson|
Scott...Just wanted you to know I appreciate your transfering my gr grandfather Charles Page Benson I to my care. Thank you, Barbara Benson Alsbury
|SherryW||J. B. Ward|
Thanks so much for updating J. B. Ward's information!
Added by SherryW on Mar 11, 2014 11:15 AM
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||TNX|
Dear Scott Hutchison,
Thank you for all your doing, have done, and shall do. It is well.
Please add me as your friend. On Find A Grave also.
Jonathan Robert De Mallie
|Bob & Valerie (Johnson) Freeman||New / Automated Process for FindAGrave Edits|
Mr Hutchison -
New System for Memorial Edits deployed by FindAGrave on 12/5/2013
Go to your Contributor/Profile page.
Look in the upper right corner. You should now see a tab called "Edits" - check there to see if any have been submitted to you. Then just review and accept. EZ-PZ :-)
This new process makes it much easier for doing updates to names / dates / places / plot #s.
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|Glenn Huffman||RE: Amos Thompson|
Find A Grave Memorial# 15662910
Thought it automatically gave that information?
|Glenn Huffman||Amos Thompson|
Amos Thompson was my great-grandfather. He had no middle name.
His stone reads: Amos Thompson / Born Nov. 4, 1833 / Died Sept. 6, 1917 / Aged 83 Yrs. / 10 Mos. & 2 da.
But that's not completely right. He was born in 1839 according to his own Bible, his death certificate, and his twin sister's birthdate. No one knows why the stone says 1833.
He and wife (Mary Hedrick) and six of their seven children are buried south of their homeplace on Middle Timber Ridge.
|Brady Fitts||John A Allen|
Find A Grave Memorial# 9725293 "Village Church Cemetery." Could you add the following about John Allen?
He enlisted in the CSA on April 30, 1862 into the 19th Virginia Infantry and was tranferred to Company F, 18th Virginia Infantry. He was wounded and captured on May 8, 1862, at Williamburg and died May 18, 1862, in Washington D. C., of measles.
Thanks for your help and time.
Charlotte Grays SCV
|TMcP||James DeWitt Hankins' date of death|
Mr. Hutchinson -
James DeWitt Hankins died on October 19, 1866.
He was shot on the steps of the Isle of Wight courthouse on October 18, 1866, and died the next day.
Unfortunately, the monument over his grave erroneously lists his year of death as 1867, and you list it as 1865.
Could you please change your dod year from 1865 to 1866?
Added by TMcP on Feb 21, 2014 3:28 PM
|R & J Black & G Key||McClure|
Thank you for the kind transfer and all your contributions.
|Barb Alsbury||Maplewood Cemetery/Charles Page Benson|
I wonder if you could add this bio to Charles Page Benson @ Maplewood Cemetery, VA. He was my great grandfather.....thank you, Barbara Benson Alsbury
Charles Page Benson I was born 20 Aug 1842 in Charlottesville, VA to Henry Benson and Elizabeth Clara Brown. He served in the Civil War as a Hospital Steward from 1862-1865. He was a druggist, starting out at the age of 16, (1860 Census). He married Nannie Mary Southall in 1869. She died during childbirth on 8 Jan 1873. He married again in 1882 to Henrietta Silcox Budd of Charleston, SC. She died before 1900. As well as Charles Page I, both his wives and infant daughter were buried at Maplewood Cemetery in the Benson plot. They had 4 children: Effie Penelope, Charles Page II, Henry Douglas and Augustus Hardy. "A Memoriam Letter (in my possession) from A.P. Bibb, Lt. Commander, Micajah Woods, Commander and R.W. Duke, Lt. Commander stating that he served in the war between the states, Charlottesvile Artillery, Maj. Keishaw's Battalion; John Bowie Strange Camp of Confederate Veterans. He helped cheer the sick and comfort the sorrowing. He was a druggist in Charlottesville for many years. His failing health caused him to give up his business. Two years prior to his death he moved to Richmond." He died in 1904 at the age of 60 yrs.
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