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|My search for members of my family expanded to include the men with whom they served during the Civil War and WW1. Those units being: |
113th Illinois Volunteer Infantry (Civil War)
1st Illinois Light Artillery (Civil War)
5th Machine Gun Battalion, 2nd Division, AEF. (WW1)
For anyone interested, I've added a virtual cemetery of members of the "Forlorn Hope" volunteer storming party, which assaulted Vicksburg on 22 May 1863. Known survivors were awarded the Medal of Honor thirty-one years after the event. Among them are four veterans of the 113th IL Vol. Infantry.
My family lines of interest include: Baker, Banker, Eliasberg, Kaaz, Kramer, Leoprick/Loeprick, Moore, Ohnesorge, Schmeling, Schwartz, Silverstone/Silvestone, Torbet/Torbett.
My wife's family lines of interest are: Hauschild, Jackson, Champion, Geschke, Sims, Staley, Watts, Weems, Wilson.
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|George Hibben||Corwin family memorial transfers|
Hi - Thank you so much for the additional transfers of my distant relatives' memorials. I believe all of them are now under my maintenance. George
|Susanne D||Photo Request|
Hello, I'm I Find a Grave volunteer who lives near Memorial Cemetery in Skokie. There is some confusion about taking photos at this cemetery, but I have taken a number in the last few years. What I can't do is look up the location for you. If you call the cemetery 847-864-5061 and then post the location in your request, I will attempt to fulfill it. Some folks have reported to me that the cemetery will not give out the location via phone. This is hard to understand if you are a family member. I would prefer to have the location posted rather than sent to me via email. Susanne D
|Salvarsan||John "Garbing" #38818922|
I have sent you several requests to delete this memorial, which is a duplicate of a memorial created 9 years prior: #2907965 John GARVIG.
Please follow FindAGrave policy and delete #38818922.
|Judith Smith Cole||George J Smith Mound Grove Cemetery|
George J Smith was born 14 July 1842 New York not Illinois. I have an email from the Cemetery to that fact. I was told by a family member he was born in Ill. He was married to Mary I Herrick b14 Nar 1847. I would appreciate it if you would change Geoege and Marys info on the website when you have time. Thank you for all the work you do so familys can have information on their families. Judy
|Judith Smith Cole||George J Smith , Mound Grove Cemetery|
George J Smith was born 14 July 1842 New York not Illinois. I have an email from the Cemetery to that fact. I was told it was Illinois. He was married to Mary I Herrick b14 Nar 1847. I would appreciate it if you would change Geoege and Marys info on the website when you have time. Thank you for all the work you do so familys can have information on their families. Judy
|Judith Smith Cole||George J Smith , Mound Grove Cemetery|
George J Smith was born 14 July 1842. I have an email from the Cemetery to that fact. I was told it was Illinois. He was married to Mary I Herrick b14 Nar 1847. I would appreciate it if you would change Geoege and Marys info on the website when you have time. Thank you for all the work you do so familys can have information on their families. Judy
|Chris Carroll||5th MG BN Co. C|
Can you please help with this 2nd Div 5th MG BN?
Is there a roster for Company C 5th MG BN?
This came from the Wolfe/Wilcox family in MN. I found that her Grandfather Harry C Wilcox's grave, the memorial nots SFC QM Corps, the World War 1.
Could Harry have served in the 5th MG BN as Pvt. discharged, then later as SFC in QM Corps, and that was his last rank which was put on his Govt. marker instead of 5th MG BN. The tunic, pants, and garrison hat have Wilcox written on them.
BUT, the tunic also has initial G L and service number 2,787,666? It could have originally belonged to G L.
Can you please try and help me preserve this history. Pictures enclosed.
Thanks in advance
Also what's your interest in 5th MG BN?
|Ace||SGT Thomas Tilley|
Hi! Regarding your photo request, can you please contact the cemetery and obtain the Section, Lot, and Grave Number information, and then post it to your request? Please also ask if there is a grave marker and add that information to your photo request and/or memorial. The Find A Grave FAQs state the photo requestor is responsible to provide this information.
Elmwood Cemetery: (708) 453-0273
This cemetery provides extremely limited assistance to photo volunteers with finding a grave's location. Last year I was able to fulfill almost 200 photo requests at Elmwood through this process. Because the lots in this cemetery are poorly marked, almost no one else ever photographs here. I have only had success here because I have spent literally weeks at a time to learn the intricacies of the layout of this cemetery.
Thank you for helping me to help you.
Added by Ace on Mar 20, 2014 4:06 PM
|C.C.Diamond||ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest|
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
If you have already received this message, please accept our apologies for the duplicate message.
|Judith Smith Cole||Albert J Smith b14 Jul 1842|
Thank you for putting a picture of my Grandparent's head stone on Find A Grave. George was born in Oswego, Kendall Co, Ill and died in Carona, Cherokee Co, Kansas. His wife Mary Ann Herrick was born in Kingston, Thanes Surry, England and died in Kankakee, Kankakee Co, Ill. I thought you might like to add this info to the website. Thank you for all the work you to do to help people find their families. Judith Smith Cole.
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