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Trish Bliss (#46770124)
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Bio Photo Aka...Gravehuntress. I live in Indianapolis, IN with my husband and our 2 daughters. Our youngest is 8 and our oldest is 11, and she enjoys cemeteries as much as I do. Photographing and transcribing is our hobby. The youngest is now starting to enjoy them as well.
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Joseph Walkup
Taddeus McClung
Hi Trish,
I want to thank you on behalf of the McClung family of West Virginia for creating this memorial for Thaddeus McClung.
I hope you don't mind that I have submitted his birth year, County and State information to this memorial.
You have helped solve a family mystery and we thank you for your generosity.
Joe Walkup
Added by Joseph Walkup on Mar 12, 2015 9:57 PM
Rick Rusie
RE: Edgar Parrott
thank you
Added by Rick Rusie on Mar 06, 2015 10:37 AM
Russell Fields
RE: Wilbur Thompson headstone/marker
I would love to have a photo of "Wilburn" Thompson, who died at Camp Morton on 12 Aug 1864. He was a member of the 16th Georgia Regiment.
Thank you very much for consideration.
Russell Fields (fieldsrussell@aol.com)
Added by Russell Fields on Feb 28, 2015 7:15 PM
Margaretta Bir
8440431
I hate to bother you again. Levi Todd, 18896086 had been removed as her husband. But, when I checked her memorial later, he was back again. He lived in New Hampshire and is 10 years younger than her elder daughter. Please connect her to Levi Luther Todd, 93989789, who was her husband and is in Southport Cemetery near her.
Thanks!
Added by Margaretta Bir on Feb 26, 2015 3:07 PM
Margaretta Bir
Sarah Ashby Todd, 8440431
The Levi Todd, 18896086, that is listed as her husband and the father of her daughters was born after her daughters and is buried half a country away. This Sarah Ashby Todd is the wife of Levi Luther Todd, 93989789 and he is the father of Margaretta, 86032687 and Sarah, 74520408. I would appreciate if you would sever the New Hampshire link and add the Indiana one. Sarah Ashby Todd is my great great grandmother and her daughter, Margaretta Lucretia Todd Liston is buried in Southport Cemetery as is her husband, Jonathan Allee Liston. They are the parents of Margaretta Lucretia Liston Kirksey, my grandmother.
Thank you,
Margaretta Kirksey Bir
Added by Margaretta Bir on Feb 24, 2015 6:33 PM
Karen Ferency Baker
Ash family info
https://archive.org/stream/portraitandbiog06brotgoog#page/n744/mode/2up
Added by Karen Ferency Baker on Feb 15, 2015 11:08 AM
Dale O. Stillwell Jr.
Pvt. L.B. Stillwell
Dear Trish,

Thank you for adding the information on Pvt. L.B. Stillwell.

Regards,
Dale
Added by Dale O. Stillwell Jr. on Jan 29, 2015 4:57 PM
james masker
RE: grave
thank you miss trish for the response
yes please may I have a copy -- thank you so much
sincere
james
Added by james masker on Jan 15, 2015 6:07 AM
james masker
crown hill
im sorry trish I forgot to name the cemetery -- its crown hill
thanks
sincere
james masker
Added by james masker on Jan 14, 2015 6:00 PM
james masker
grave
hi trish this james -- do you by chance have most of the cemetery photographed with the names of the union and confederate soldiers buried -- if so could you please send me what you do have -- this is not for publication but for my own personal research of the nearly one million men who fought and died on both sides --
thank you sincere
james masker
Added by james masker on Jan 14, 2015 5:50 PM
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