|Scott Hutchison (#46635174)|
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|patricia s||Pvt William D Rogers|
Confederate soldier, He is my 2nd G. Uncle. Would you be willing to transfer his memorial to me? If not can you add his father Alexander Francis Rogers. link #11393794 birth year 1835 Conway, AR
He was the oldest son. His brother (2nd son) John Lafayett Rogers died Oct 5, 1862 during the 2nd Battle of Manassas as well. He is buried Warrenton Cemetery in the mass grave. My 2nd G.gpa Hiram Berry Rogers was also serving with his brothers Texas 4th Reg. Company E. Hiram was the only surviving Brother and was at the Appomattox Surrender of Arms.
|Bobbi Keefe Rollins Johnson||Overton Trf.|
Thank you so much Scott. Really appreciate it!
|Eddie Pittmon||Mt Hebron Cemetery|
Hi Scott, I was wondering if you could tell me the location for Mt. Hebron cemetery in Campbell Co, VA. I am doing some research on the West family and have came across this cemetery name a few times. Thank you for your help. Eddie
|Darrell Landrum||Pvt John M Hicks|
Hi Scott, the Diuguid burial records show that he died at Reid's Factory here in Lynchburg and was buried May 23, 1862.
|Jim Graham||RE: James A Dunnavant|
Well, thank you for checking on it anyway... We'll keep trying elsewhere. jg
Thank you for the transfer! I really appreciate it a lot!!
|Jim Graham||James A Dunnavant|
I wrote the note at the bottom of this page to Bea & Van, who manage the Find-A-Grave memorial for James A Dunnavant. She said "More than likely I got that information from Scott Hutchison. He posted a note under the 'Add Flowers' on Mr. Dunnavant's memorial. I would contact him. Sorry I could't be of more help."
So I'm hoping you can read the note below and perhaps help us with any additional info, or photos, or anything...
Thank you very much.
Aug 1, 2015
What I asked them last week:
SUBJECT--JAMES A DUNNAVANT (Ocran Cemetery)
Sent July 26, 2015
My wife and I have several relatives buried in Ocran Cemetery in Dinwiddie County VA, and naturally have picked up on the nearby marker and information on Find-A-Grave for James A Dunnavant. It turns out he may well be in a photograph we have of the members of Ocran Church taken in 1917, so we're seeking whatever we can find on him, and/or to possibly uncover a photo for comparison. We're wondering where you were able to find his birth and death information as well as other family data that is on his Find A Grave page... and if you could point us in that direction. Anything you might be able to pass on would be greatly appreciated.
|A Walk Through Time||B F Trotter|
Would you transfer the memorial of my great great Uncle Benjamin Franklin Trotter Find A Grave Memorial# 11502214. He is buried in Stonewall Confederate Cemetery in Winchester, VA. Thanks for all of your hard work with Find A Grave. Sincerely, Sherry Butler Clayton "A Walk Through Time"
|Ms. Clyde||RE: Aaron Hollingshead duplicate. I|
Thanks for checking. Cute picture! Adorable!
|Jeffry Burden||RE: George Wiley|
I don't find evidence he served in the 41st -- do you have any?
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