|Pat Harmatuk Baker||photos|
Will you give permission for the use of your photos of Emily Nunn Savell 31729984 and Ura Green Savell 31729713?
Pat Harmatuk Baker
|Faye F Cannon||RE: Jacob A. Bowers|
Thank you, Greg, for this clarification. I don't usually check the cemetery page before sending photo requests, but in the case of CSA burials, I suppose I should.
I am not related to this man, but am related to several of 15th SC Infantry, Co. I, soldiers and I'm trying to get their service information on as many of the members' graves as I can.
Thank you so very much for honoring these brave souls by posting memorials on Find a Grave.
Thanks so much
Added by K Lemons on Jun 18, 2012 11:08 AM
|K Lemons||RE: Maxey Family, Kentucky|
Yes I would be interested in the list. I have been adding family members to findagrave when I find the are not listed in the cemetery listed on death cert or other records.
Thanks so Much
Added by K Lemons on Jun 17, 2012 10:24 AM
Thanks for the great info on the Maxeys. You may use my photograph. My full name is Heather Bollinger. Thank you.
|Jen Snoots||RE: Mount Olivet cemetery - Maryland|
No, I can't make any sense of it! I know I added him at Mt. Olivet, but didn't know he was also listed at Elmwood (not been to that cemetery). Having seen him at Mt. Olivet with my own eyes, I'm inclined to think that is where he actually is.
|Daniel Brothers||Cecil Rasbaugh Ankney|
Thanks again Greg for the photo of Cecil's tombstone. I hope I can return the favor someday. Dan Brothers
|Daniel Brothers||Fred Ankney|
Thank you very much Greg for the photo of Fred Ankney's tombstone. It is people like you who make this such a great site. Dan Brothers
Thank you for taking the pictures of Glen and Helen Jeter. Glen is my grandfather.
Added by dandrew on Jul 10, 2009 1:41 PM
|Jen Snoots||RE: Washington Confederate Cemetery|
If you have access to NARA records and have additional info on anyone, please send it along to me (I got your suggest a correction earlier for one soldier, thanks!). If you have more detailed biographical info on anyone, write it up & pass it along.
Also forgot to mention this website, if you've not seen it I also found good info on there
And something else I forgot to mention...I noticed while listing names that a number of soldiers on the WCC list are actually buried in marked graves at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Frederick. I'm not sure what the story is there.
Good luck in seeing about what can be done to mark the graves. I would think that even if they can't do individual grave markers, maybe some sort of monument with all the names listed on it would be better than nothing. I'm sure you saw the plaque there by the flagpole that was an old hand drawn map with the names written in the proper spaces...it was close to impossible to read. Something would be nice.
Maybe the SCV could help? Here's the camp most local to Hagerstown
Good luck to you. If I lived a bit closer/had the time/resources, I'd probably be inquiring about the possibility of grave markers myself. I'm a native Marylander (Carroll Co.) & had family on both sides.
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