|Evan Sing (#47114322)|
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Hello, My name is Evan. I am in the U.S. Army currently station in the Virginia Penninsula Area. I wanted to join this site to help those searching for loved one who served in Military, Veterans looking for Closure for the battle buddies in the wars of our nation. This site has also helped in my own research of the book I am writing. It is about my Family History emphasizing on our Military Lineage dating back to the Revolutaionary War and ending with myself in present day. I wanted to join this website and contribute myself and as a way of saying thanks to those who have taken the pictures I was looking for. Also if anyone from Mississippi can help with Civil War history in the Holly Springs, Eudora, area(Marshall and Desoto counties) would be greatly appreciated, as well as anyone who has knowledge of the Barnes Home Guard(Civil War Era in Ms)C.S.A. Hope to meet alot of people. Take care. |
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|Nikkmed911||Mississippi Civil War History|
Also.....Thanks for keeping us safe!!!! You can also contact Bobby Mitchell. He lives in Holly Springs and he is THE War Historian ....of Marshall County. He is a retired History teacher and LOVES doing research and has done TONS of research on Military. I'm sure he could help you out alot!! His email is bobbyjoemitchell @yahoo.com
|Nikkmed911||Hunt Headstones..and Marshall County, Miss History|
Hi Evan. I see where you want pictures of Cameron Hunt, Steven Hunt and Kenneth Hunt's headstones. I can take them for you. I know them personally. Are you related to them? I also can help with history and records for Holly Springs and the area around it. Let me know what you are looking for.
|Nancy Caruthers Karns||Photo of Alan Hall's grave|
Dear Evan Sing, I do so appreciate you taking a
picture of Alan Hall, my friend's grave. I am
just back from surgery, etc. and feeling "blue".
The posting of the photo was a real positive!
and I thank you very, very much. It means a lot
to me and our other friends who miss Alan so much.