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Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C. (#3777891)
 member for 15 years, 2 months, 8 days
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Bio Photo Hi, I'm a retired police officer for the City of North Charleston in South Carolina. I retired in April 2005 with 33 years in law enforcememt. I also served 4 years in the USAF from 1967-1971. I have a beautiful wife, Roxanne, a beautiful daughter, Stephanie, who served 8 years in the United States Air Force and is now in the USAF Reserves. I have a beautiful grandaughter, born December 1, 2006, and her name is Raena Makenzie and she is the apple of my eye. I love to read and study history of the war for southern independence and World War II.
Find A Grave is one of my favorite sites, it is very interesting and full of unlimited history. If you have some free time please stop by my mom and dads site and I would like to thank everyone for all of the beautiful flowers and messages left for them, it really means alot to us.
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First Families of America
Confederate Soldiers
Capt John Ritter
Memorial# 16709481

Pvt Green B. Coda
Memorial# 9928976

Pvt Augustus Luckie Riggs
Memorial# 24039395

E J Ritter
Memorial# 38248210

W H Ritter
Memorial# 38248211

Pvt Anderson Douglas Ritter
Memorial# 23049826

Pvt David Odom Streetman
Memorial# 59064270

Sgt Everett B. Ritter
Memorial# 136690824

John Thomas Ray
Memorial# 36099879

Pvt Robert F. Ray
Memorial# 71947708

Pvt George W. Ray
Memorial# 36132621

Pvt James Thomas Young
Memorial# 30467423

Pvt John Hornsbick Pickle
Memorial# 36091293

Lieut Francis Marion Irvin
Memorial# 17203014

Pvt Alford M. Pickle
Memorial# 73205716

Pvt Thomas Issac Jeffreys
Memorial# 31924607

John Lucas McBride
Memorial# 37669358

Sgt Gabriel Jones Parham
Memorial# 87309256

Pvt Alonzo Jesse Bullard
Memorial# 69837240

Pvt Thomas N. Butler
Memorial# 57824762

Pvt William J. Butler
Memorial# 57824811

Pvt William Perry Bullard
Memorial# 57908929

John Hastin Blaylock
Memorial# 35671355

Moses McAdams
Memorial# 20439157

David Russell Bowlin
Memorial# 6970502

Joseph Kidwell
Memorial# 28414357

Robert Lee Bottoms
Memorial# 41773714

Pvt Alfred B. Howard
Memorial# 68268617

John Wesley Maness
Memorial# 16744022

Nimrod R. Brady
Memorial# 78723406

Added by First Families of America on Jul 20, 2015 2:13 AM
Adrienne Dancer
Thank you
Thank you for your kind message on Stephen Pinkney Dancer's memorial page. (He was one of my great-great grandfathers.) He was at the Battle of First Manassas, the Battle of Seven Pines and then wounded at the Battle of Gaines Farm, losing mobility in his left arm. He thankfully made his way back West, returning to Mississippi and then on toTexas, spending the next 50 or so years living with a rifle bullet in his shoulder. And thank you for your service!
Added by Adrienne Dancer on Jul 14, 2015 1:57 AM
David Blue CSA
Thank you for leaving a memorial to my GG Grandfather. Did you know, his first and only battle was at Lookout Mountain where he fired off 11 shots before he was captured by Federals. He spent the rest of the war at a POW camp at Rock Island, IL. He stated that food was short and occasionally they would get a piece of mule meat that they made soup from. After the end of the War For Southern Independence he was released and walked back or caught a few wagon rides to MS, where he was from. He later became a circuit riding Methodist minister in AL. and MS. he had been assigned to the 19th or 27th Mississippi Inf. (I think) as part of Col. Walthal's Brigade, Army of TN.

Now, if I just find one of those supposedly "despicable" Confederate flags to place on his Find A Grave page as part of my memorial to him, as he obviously did serve as a Confederate soldier, though my ancestors did not own slaves nor fight for slavery. Obviously Find A Grave does not provide any such flag images.
Added by Bladei on Jul 10, 2015 11:45 AM
Confederate Flag
Thank you Sir for your Memorial Tribute! God Bless
Added by 8thGenerationTexan on Jun 29, 2015 6:22 PM
The Flag
It is time to remove the Confederate Battle Flag from Find-a-Grave and retire it to a place of honor. Please honor our veterans using another, more appropriate symbol.
Added by BarbaraArdisCoker on Jun 25, 2015 9:42 AM
Sadbrowneyedgirl/Carolyn Highwood
JB Armstrong
Thank you for your family's service to our country and the tribute you left for my g-g-great grand father. All members of the Arm Services are Heros that all should thank. Thank You
Added by Sadbrowneyedgirl/Carolyn ... on Jun 21, 2015 8:50 AM
Thank you
Thank you for your service t our country! Our love & prayers go out to you and ALL of the people in Charleston. God bless <3
Added by missinlinks-2 on Jun 21, 2015 3:28 AM
vic fancher
Thank You
Just wanted to thank you for the touching tribute you left for my grandfather (4x), Joseph Joel Sturgill. Thank you too for your service to our country. May God bless and keep you.
Added by vic fancher on Jun 03, 2015 12:13 PM
J. Perry
Jake Graves
Thanks for the great honor that you gave my great Grandfather. I had no idea that he was a Civil War soldier. I was born in TN but moved to Indiana when I was only 6 years old and am now only starting to do some reaserch on my Grandmother's side of the family. My Grandmother (Maggie) was the youngest child of Jake Graves.
Thanks again for your input - I really appreciate your comments.

J. Perry
Added by J. Perry on May 13, 2015 12:28 PM
Barbara Jones
Thomas Jefferson Adams
Hi, Tony,
In the last few months I have joined the wonderful world of genealogy. Thomas is my great, great grandfather. He is buried in Howell cemetery in Monroe County, MS. I have been studying him and loving every minute of it. You left the following message on "Find A Grave" honoring him. Thank you for your kind words. I am proud to be a descendant of this brave man. Sincerely,
Barbara Adams

Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero, a Confederate Soldier. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
Added: Oct. 16, 2010
Added by Barbara Jones on Apr 18, 2015 11:28 AM
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