|Jack Mitchell (#46600245)|
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|This verse came from the grave marker of a relative who died in 1900 in Warrenton, MO.|
"Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God" - Matthew 5:8
My FAG activities are primarily with the Mitchell, Waller, Wells, Cox and Wilson families and their relatives.
Here is a poem from the Remembrance Card of David Waller Mitchell, my great grandfather who died on October 12, 1909.
He served as a Private in the Confederate Army from Pittsylvania County, VA and survived Pickett's Charge during the Battle of Gettysburg in PA.
A precious one from us has gone,
A voice we loved is stilled;
A place is vacant in our home,
Which never can be filled.
God in his wisdom has recalled,
The boon his love had given,
And though the body slumbers here,
The soul is safe in heaven.
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|Judith Arnn-Knight||Re: Abihu Arnn Mem #109077642|
Hello Jack -- if it is of interest, Abihu Aaron/Arnn was the grandson of the family patriarch Abraham Aaron, Sr and unnamed wife. Abraham was born in Lancaster County PA about 1732/33. He and family moved to Pittsylvania County, VA where he was first enumerated in 1767. Abihu's father George Washington Aaron, Sr as well as my ancestor Isaac Aaron, Sr both changed the spelling of their surname to ARNN from Aaron for whatever reason. Many of George's descendants did not adopt the spelling and retained the original Aaron spelling. Some later descendants can be found with the surname Aarons, Aron, Arons. I am unaware of any of the descendants of Isaac Aaron/Arnn, Sr who did not retain the Arnn spelling.
Abihu and his 1st cousin [son of Isaac] Berryman Arnn, Sr [b 1810]married sisters. As you have provided -- Margaret Reynolds Blair was Abihu's wife. Berryman married Joanna Amanda Blair; they were my ggrandparents. Abihu and Berryman and families traveled to AR after several years in the Obion/Henry counties area of TN.
|Bryan Anderson||Nick Karalis|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division.
According to the History of the 89th Division, Private Karalis was wounded (degree undetermined) on the last day of WWI (11/11/1918).
I am trying to find the graves of as many members of the above mentioned army unit as I can. I am hoping you might know whether Nick Karalis was a member of this unit. If he was a WWI veteran, he would be eligible for a gravestone. I see he is missing one.
I look forward to hearing from you.
With warm regards,
|Elaine R S||RE: Samuel Reynolds|
oops yes, i forgot he was mine.
|Patricia Yancey||Richard Waller|
I note you have his birth as 1755 and his death as 1920 when it should be 1820.
|John Bahl||Thank You!|
Thank you for transferring Harden Lee.
|George Collier||Jordan Cemetery|
The Jordan Family Cemetery is located on south side of Highway 100 in the yard of house at 7815 Highway 100. This location is about 1/4 mile west of Harpeth River Bridge in the Bellevue area.
|Kathy Waters||catherine fyffe waters|
You have her death listed as 1836. Can you tell me where you got the information. I have not been able to find hergrave. Thank you Kathy Waters
|Brady Fitts||Walker Fitts Memorial# 135729063|
I see you have info on my 2x Great Grandfather Walker Fitts of Georgia. Could you tell me what documents you have found giving his place and date of his birth? Why post his name on find a grave unless there is a cemetery or grave marker showing the place he was buried? Where did you get the information on the Fitts Family?
Thanks for any help.
|Barbara Houston Klabunde||Grace Fox 1888-1942|
Grace was a good friend and teacher of mine. She is buried in Easton Cemetery, Easton PA with her husband Edgar. Thanks
|Darrell Landrum||Paul and Janie Seamster|
Hi Jack, another member here notified me that I had a duplicate memorial for these people that you already had memorials up for. Only difference is that you did not have a cemetery listed for them. They are resting in Floral Hills Memory Garden in Danville, Virginia. I posted the photo I took of their marker to your memorials and removed mine as once again, mine were duplicates.
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