|Darlene (Fleming) Utterback (#46604187)|
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My parents are Ralph George Fleming from Butler Pa.in Butler Co. and Alice Mae (Camp) Fleming from Lundys Lane in Erie Co. Pa. I remember being a young child and going with my mom to her first cousin's house.They would look at old photos of relatives and look at papers and papers of information they had collected and others had sent them. I liked looking at the pictures and hearing stories about the people I did not know and never met. I remember going to a few churches and looking at books that had my grandmas and grandpas names and other names of relatives from a long time ago. I loved going to cemeteries to look for the graves of relatives and couldn't believe how excited my mom and whoever was with us became. Now I know the excitement they felt..every time they found some new information no matter how big or small it was that fit our family.and I know the excitement of finding a headstone with your ancestor's name on it.|
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|Larry R. Bish and Louisa A Bish-Faw||RE: George L. Camp|
Done, Thank You
|MissingHim||RE: James Camp Dicksonburg|
Although in my family line, I am not a direct descendant of James. I do have some family information and would love to share data with you. I'm currently at work but will be home with my database later tonight.
|Bob Todd||Hello cousin|
Darlene, I am a GG Grandson of Hugh Wasson and Mary Moody Flemming. I have pictures of Hugh and Mary's eldest daughter, Elizabeth Ann Flemmibg and her husband, Robert Martin McKay (My G Grandparents). Do you have pictures of Hugh and Mary Moody's parents? Would appreciate hearing from you.
Added by Bob Todd on Nov 06, 2010 9:41 AM
|charles mcdonald||Hugh Wasson Fleming|
Hi,I have a guestion on Hugh Wasson Fleming 137th Pennsylvania Infantry.When he mustered out of the 137th in 1863 did he go back home or enlist in another Regiment?Do you have any information that tells where he was from October 12,1864 to July 27,1865?There was a Hugh Fleming who mustered into the 51st Pennsylvania Infantry on October 12,1864 and Mustered out July 27,1865.I am looking for burial locations of Soldiers and photos of them who served in the 51st Pennsylvania Infantry.
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