|William Stark (#46521610)|
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I specialize in researching and documenting veterans' burials, in particular, the 103rd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and all other Civil War soldiers and sailors in the Cleveland, Ohio and northeastern Ohio area or where ever else they may be in the U.S. or internationally.|
103rd Regiment, OVI (538)
Company A, 103rd Regiment... (42)
Company B, 103rd Regiment... (50)
Company C, 103rd Regiment... (38)
Company D, 103rd Regiment... (52)
Company E, 103rd Regiment... (54)
Company F, 103rd Regiment... (55)
Company G, 103rd Regiment... (41)
Company H, 103rd Regiment... (67)
Company I, 103rd Regiment... (65)
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|Ralph Hammond-Green||Charles Lange|
Thank you for taking and posting the photo of his grave marker.
|Mamaquilts||Benjamin C Frazer 92228320|
Are the dates right? he would have been just a few months old?
|cannaladi||Bro(a)dbeck, Martin, 130th OVI|
The photo is awesome.
Thank you so very much for your kindness and time in assisting me in research of my ancestor.
Did take some time to visit some of your family memorials.
You are most appreciated.
Debbie in Missouri
|Bill Krebs||Jacob Huffman|
Thank you for the great pic
|deanna french||FAG Photo|
Thank you so very much for filling this request. I find it interesting that the cemetery told me they had no such name there. You are extremely appreciated!!
|angel searcher||RE: Eugene Nagy|
Very nice job, you always do a great job with all the Veterans you have. Thank You!!
Great Headstone pictures, I am depending on your to do a great job, I know you always do. He is all yours.
|Gregory Square||Edward Truax|
Thanks for the bio info. I was able to add a little to it, and I even found out his middle name - Starling. He was born in NY in 1839 and is listed in an 1842 census as living in Leroy, Lake County, OH. His parents are buried in a cemetery that my GG-grandfather helped to found, and is only a mile from my house.
|arabianvoice||RE: Oscar Brown|
There is an Oscar Brown at First Presbyterian Churchyard that died Nov 17, 1843. Is that him? I don't want to connect the two unless you have some documentation that this is the Oscar. :)
let me know, Karen
He is all yours, keep up the great work!!
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