|Dave Francis (#46779220)|
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I've been a genealogist for 16 years, and I've accumulated over 75,000 people in 5 databases. I live in Santa Cruz, California.|
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Hi. I added the requested stone for Abiatha Williams. I also added his wife Lucy and son Oliver. I also added Inga Hammarskold. Have a great day!
Thank you so much for adding the Ester Tears photo. That request has been open for years!
Added by KR on Oct 29, 2013 2:11 PM
|MandyLea5705||RE: Warwick Cemetery|
Eh, that's ok. I don't need anything transferred for management. I wasn't aware at the time that F.A.G. had any hard and fast rules about duplicative headstone photos...after posting an inquiry on the forums, I was advised otherwise. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. I will make a greater effort in the future to avoid doing that. Have a nice weekend.
|MandyLea5705||RE: Warwick Cemetery|
I didn't realize I had breached etiquette. Please email me a list of the memorials with the offending photos and I will remove them.
|Ken Ryan||Joseph Hughes Ryan|
Thank you for all your work. You are awesome!!
I wanted to let you know about Joseph Hughes Ryan who was Born 21 Nov 1841 in Emden, Logan, Illinois, United States the son of William B Ryan and Francis Edgar.
Military Records from Joseph Hughes Ryan Pension file located in the National Archives. #278886 .
22Feb 1875: Illinois, Logan, William Tooney - attorney..
Stated place of enlistment was Eminence, Logan, Illinois. 1st Aug 1862, Private, Company F. 106th Regiment. Honorably discharged 1 Aug 1865, Age 1 Aug 1862, 20 years. Height 5'5", Complexion: dark, hair: light, eyes: blue. Contracted "Blind Piles" July 1863 and was treated in Snyder's Bluff, Mississippi by Major York and Dr. P.H. Ellsworth..
Resided in Henry County Missouri since Spring of 1866. Resided in Logan, Illinois from 1 Aug 1865 till moving to Missouri. Appointed J. G. Chalfont his attorney from Lincoln, Logan, Illinois..
1 Oct 1879 Deposition from Dr. P.H. Ellsworth..
27 Mar 1881 Deposition from Dr. J. W. Neal, Kansas, Bourbon County..
13 Apr 1881 Dr. J. P. Dimmitt treated him from 1874 to 1879 Berwick, Warren, Illinois..
21 Apr 1881 Dr. Arterburn treated him from 1869-1874 Elderado, Butler, Kansas..
1 Jul 1881 Sworn statement from Joseph in Anderson County, Kansas..
9 Jul 1881 Examined by Dr. Thomas Lindsay in Garnett, Anderson, Kansas..
16 Jul 1881 Company F 106th Regiment Illinois volunteers, Enrolled 9 Aug 1862, 30 Jan 1863 in Division Hospital Snyder Bluff, Miss., 31 Aug 1863 in Mound City, Illinois, 12 Jul 1865 mustered out..
22 Apr 1882 Statement from James W. Hanger 70 years old, met Joseph H. Ryan 17 May 1866 who worked fro him until 1875. 22 Apr 1882 Statement from R. F. Hanger, age 30, confirms what James W. Hanger stated..
10 Nov 1882 Surgeon's certificate from Eureka Springs, Carroll, Arkansas, application #201468 Dr. Wm. W. Johnston, 5'5", 133 1/2 #, 41 years old..
29 Nov 1882 Statement: Sick 15 Dec 1862, released 16 Dec 1862, Sick 4 Oct 1862, released 14 Oct 1862..
8 Jan 1883 Original Invalid Pension, Snyder Bluff, Mississippi. 5 Jul 1883 Dr. Ellsworth's testimony denied requested letters from comrades..
7 Mar 1883 Surgeon Generals Office: Admitted to B.H. Mound City, Illinois from 28 Jul 1863 til 13 Oct 1863 with Pneomnia..
26 Dec 1883 J. Wl Gray Jr. M.D., treated him from 1875-1879 Henry County, Missouri..
7 Jul 1884 George S. Mostetter M.D., of Walnut, Crawford, Kansas boarded with William B. Ryan from 1858 to 1859 and verified that health was excellent before entering service..
11 Jan 1884 Near Atlanta, Logan, Illinois, Lt. James J. Ewing of 106th Illinois Infentry Volunteers knew his father for 30 years testified that Joseph was ok before service. Visited Joseph in hospital between 20 and 30 Jun 1863 and found him sick with Typhoid Phenemonia, Bloody Flux. Met Joseph in Atlanta, Illinois Oct 1863 on leave of absence. Dec 1863 Joseph was transfered into the drum corps but was unable to march with the company he was therefore transferred by boat from Pine Bluff Arkansas to Memphis, Tennessee then to Springfield, Illinois..
16 Jan 1884 Testimony of Hammon F Lushbaugh, Drum Major of 106th Infintry stated that Joseph was mustered out at Camp Butte, Illinois Jul 1865. Could not march with company so he was boated to Memphis, Tenn. then forwarded to Camp Butte..
19 Jan 1884 Testimony of James Parks, Stated that Joseph was detailed Fife, then promoted Fife Major then in 1864 detailed drummer..
27 Jul 1884 John W. Beach knew Joseph from the spring of 1882 and was in business with him in a second hand furniture business. 13 Aug 1884 Samuel Hockin stated that Joseph came to Eureka Springs in Dec 1881 came to try the curative properties of the water as a last resort. Left his family with the faint hope of every seeing them again. Jan 1882 engaged in business with Samuel Hockin (Second Hand Store)..
3 Sep 1884 One of Joseph's comrades hearing from a brother that Joseph needed help with a letter wrote that Joseph became a drummer after the present drummer got killed. He was not bale to carry a musket or walk picket..
6 Sep 1884 General Affidavit from Henry County, Missouri. Robinson F. Hanger from Clinton, Henry, Missouri met Joseph in the fore part of May 1866 and in 1875 Joseph moved to Calhoun in Henry County, Missouri. Medicine was prescribed by G.M. Britts M.D..
6 Oct 1884 Joseph's statement of traveling around the country with strangers until the spring of 1866 when he settled in Clinton, Henry, Missouri..
21 Jan 1885 Lind Hill, Arkansas with Ulcers, fissures and piles..
6 Jun 1898 Pension questionare: Married to Eunice E. Hanger, 22 Apr 1867 marriage performed by Elder Stout, marriage record exists in Henry County, Missouri. Children: May born 10 Apr 1868, Arthur born 12 Apr 1879, Leila born 3 Jul 1881 and Joseph born 28 Dec 1883..
21 Nov 1911 Declaration of Pension: current address 60 National Street, Santa Cruz, California. After leaving service his residences were: Eminence, ILL 1 yea; Clinton, MO 15 years; Ozark, KA 3 years; Eureka Springs, AK 4 years; Batavia, AK 8 years; Springfield, MO 6 years; Lincoln, ILL 4 years; Santa Cruz, CA 5 years..
17 May 1912 Declaration of Pension regarding residences: Illinois 9 years, Missouri 16 year, Kansas 2 years, Arkansas 14 years and California 6 years..
2nd Apr 1915 Birth 21 Nov 1841, Logan County, Illinois. Children: Mary F. E. 12 Apr 1869, William J. A. 23 Aug 1870 died 28 Feb 1878, Burdett E., 8 Aug 1877 died 24 Feb 1878, Arthur F. 10 Apr 1879, Leila E. 4 Jul 1881, Joseph G. 28 Dec 1885..
11 Jun 1917 Stated he was living in Peoria, Illinois some 16 to 18 years ago..
20 Dec 1920 Affidavit to increase in Pension, suffered paralasis due to strock on 1 Jan 1919..
15 Feb 1921 Declaration of Pension naming residences: Missouri 12 years, Kansas 3 years, Arkansas 2 years, California 13 years living at 213 Mission St. Santa Cruz, California, USA..
15 Feb 1921 Affidavit from Eunice Ryan, 213 Mission Street, Santa Cruz, California. Has taken care of minutest details for husband who has severe fits every week, suffered stroke 1919..
26 Mar 1921 Affidavit from S. W. Pearson, known Joseph for 3 to 4 years and stated that Joseph was afflicted with epileptic fits..
31 Mar 1921 Affidavit from H. E. Piper Physician and Surgeon, has epileptic fits with violent convulsions..
7 Apr 1921 Civil Surgeon's Certificate: Epilepsy, failing vision, Dr. A.L. Phillips MD..
9 May 1923 Declaration of Widow's Pension, Eunice E. Ryan born 27 Jun 1847 near Newark, Ohio. Joseph died 3 May 1923 Santa Cruz, California.
Thank you for your time and efforts and I hope this will clear up any misunderstandings. If you would like to have any other information I would be glad to provide it.
Added by Ken Ryan on Oct 05, 2013 3:48 PM
|LBeebe||Milton Beebe Photo|
Nice job, thanks!
Added by LBeebe on Oct 02, 2013 7:52 AM
|Richard Arthur Fenner||M. M. Fenner|
Thanks for the photo!
|Lisa||RE: Re: Find A Grave Photo Request: Success! Christian Martin|
You're very welcome. Glad I could help. The plants did look like poison ivy- "leaves of three, let it be"!
Added by Lisa on Aug 30, 2013 4:13 PM
|Lisa||RE: Re: Find A Grave Photo Request Problem - Christian Martin|
I will be happy to look for the Martin plot the next time I go to Lutheran, probably sometime in the next week or two. It's a lovely place for hiking and some photography.
Added by Lisa on Aug 26, 2013 1:06 PM
|Bill Bodkin||Mount Lebanon|
I am a shooter of cemetery graves. I have 300 cemeteries on my computer. Some of the folders have 10 thousand pix or more. Recently, I have been getting volunteers to enter some of the pix on findagrave. As winter approaches, you may find yourself with some extra time, I could use help in getting my Mount Lebanon pix on line.
about 8000. If you can help, drop me a line
email@example.com thanks Bill
PS There are about a half dozen Christman pix in the files. Watch over the next few weeks. I should be able to get them uploaded soon.
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