|Wayne Carver (#46527371)|
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|Currently live in the Leland,|
NC area. Love history and the
Civil War. Have done extensive
genealogy research on the
Carver's of Jackson County,
TN, who descended from the
Carvers of Person County, NC.
Have researched Oakdale
Cemetery in Wilmington, NC
and have found 400+ Civil
War Soldiers buried there
and another 100+ buried at
Bellevue Cemetery, also
in Wilmington. My e mail
address has recently changed
and is correctly shown below.
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|Nancy P||RE: N. Brickhouse|
Thank you Wayne! Would you please link the Captain to his 2nd spouse (possibly 3rd) Nancy Dicksey Brickhouse, also buried in Oakdale?
Add his 1st (possibly 2nd) spouse Amelia (Emily) Christian married 1 April 1826 in Edenton, Chowan, North Carolina. She is not listed on Find A Grave.
Thanks again! Nancy
Added by Nancy P on Dec 10, 2014 7:08 AM
|L. Landon||Col Peter Mallett|
I believe the tombstone on Col Peter Mallett is showing death as Nov. 28, 1907 and not Nov. 27. Please see below on my findings and let me know if you agree.
Birth: May 24, 1824, USA
Death: Nov. 27, 1907
New Hanover County
North Carolina, USA
Created by: Wayne Carver
Record added: Feb 02, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7140906
Take a look at the photo for Anna Bell Gibbs Mallett(link below) because the photo is a little clearer. If you enhance it, it looks like Col Peter as death Nov. 28.
Created by: John Evans
Record added: Mar 21, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35061856
|Barbara Lane||Thos Lane|
Looking at my records I have a Thomas Lane as youngest brother of Wm. Henry Lane. Thos is listed in 1850 census with Norman and Elizabeth Lane and 1860 census with Elizabeth Lane and brother Richard Lane.
A Thomas Lane enlisted CW 1 Jun 1861 co. K 3rd infantry, captured Spotsylvania Court House, VA 12 May 1864.
Transferred to Elmira, NY 10 Aug 10, 1864, paroled Elmira 11 Oct 1864, admitted to hospital Macon, GA 15 Nov 1864.
Paroled or mustered out 9 Apr 1865. Source ancestry.
Church of St. Thomas the Apostle, Wilmington, NC Nov 22. I this day performed the funeral service of Thomas Lane, aged 24 years, who died yesterday of gunshot wounds received on last 4th July.
Original records through the Old New Hanover Genealogical Society. JosephSheppard@myway.com
I think this is the Thomas Lane you are referring to but does it belong in my family tree. If he is in my tree he was not born in NJ.
|Barbara Lane||RE: Lane|
If this is the Lane that was killed, it is not the one in my family line. I am still interested in this Lane buried at Oakdale Cemetery and the story.
The Wm Lane I am looking for was born about 1828. My Wm Lane is in 1850 census living with Norman and Elizabeth Lane and 1860 census with a Sarah living in Columbus Co. as an Overseerer (probably a turpentine farm)then he just disappears. I have a lot of information on a sister, some on a brother, the other two brothers no information to speak of.
Sarah Lane wife of Wm Lane is buried at Oakdale Cemetery along with son from first marriage a Richard Barclay and John Lane from second marriage to Wm Lane, also her mother a Mary Burnett some other family members are all buried same lot.
Any information or clues you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
I am researching Lane family. I found some information that John McIlhenny shot and killed William Lane 19 Nov 1865 in Wilmington, NC. He was tried and acquitted. I do not know the details of the trial or if this is the William Lane I am looking for. Do you have any knowledge of John McIlhenny? The trial was held in Supreme Court of Cumberland County.
|L Evans||Dr. Micajah E Armstrong|
I was hoping you wouldn't mind looking for a record for me on Fold3 ( I used extra funds for a year's access to Newpapers.com, I will have to wait do Fold3 in the future)
Dr. Micajah E. Armstrong
Anything would be greatly appreciated, and if my access to Newspapers.com could be helpful to you, please feel free to ask.
Added by L Evans on Feb 08, 2014 1:40 PM
|Terry Foenander||Edward T. Burriss|
I have just a little bit of additional data on Burriss, who was appointed a pilot in the Confederate States Navy, and served aboard the CSS TALLAHASSEE at Wilmington, in 1864.
Glad to sponsor the Old Tarantula!!
Added by LBG212 on Mar 07, 2013 4:44 AM
|Becki||RE: Why stone at Bellevue|
Thanks for the info on Thomas Bell. I have added a memorial for William J Bell who was his son.
Added by Becki on Sep 24, 2012 7:16 PM
|Becki||RE: Thomas Bell|
Hi Wayne; Thanks for the information. The Delgado Cemetery isn't really in someone's backyard. It is in an area which was old mill housing for the mill workers and I imagine that those buried there all worked at the mill or were their families. I was there in 1979 and it was terribly overgrown, couldn't even see the tombstones. I was there with my uncle who was somewhat the family historian. He told me that Thomas Bell was buried in an unmarked grave which was behind Mary Emma Ray Cottle's grave. (Mary Emma was my grandmother, Thomas was the husband of my great aunt).
The cemetery was cleaned up as you can see from pics posted on Find A Grave but I don't know if it is still kept up now.
My grandparents and great grandparents as well as an uncle are all buried there.
I'm still wondering why there is a marker for Thomas at Bellevue if he was moved to Delgado. Where did you get the information about him being moved to Delgado? I believe that is true but all I have is my uncle's say so.
Added by Becki on Sep 24, 2012 10:50 AM
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