|Seward R. Osborne (#46798812)|
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I am a Civil War collector, writer, author and historian. If interested you can look up some of my contributions in the Marquis Who's Who In America.|
According to the Department of the Interior, I am the only known person in United States history, to have privately funded and placed a monument and marker to one Civil War regiment on two major Civil War battlefields.
As a 100% disabled veteran, I enjoy researching 19th century people. Currently I am working on two books.
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|skayestevens||Lieut James Stevens|
I am looking for a James Stevens born in New York around 1836 (unreliable census date. He was the son of William Stevens (1802-1851) and Sally Stevens (1805 -1858) both of whom are buried at Mount Hope Cemetery in Athens, NY. I noticed this Lieut James Stevens was also in Greene County, New York and I am grasping at straws. He also had brothers Henry and William (who later moved to Albany) and sisters Mary and Eunice. Eunice is the only other sibling I have been able to find and she is also buried at Mount Hope Cemetery. Are there any clues that would tell me if this Lieut James Stevens is my relative? Thank you for any assistance you could provide. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Don DeWitt||Harris photos at West Point|
I visited last August and obtained the needed photos. thanks for your assistance.
|Beth Bauchet||Wm. Cunningham|
I was wondering if you know where Wm. Cunningham's (bur. Jennings Hill Cemetery)wife Elizabeth "Libbie" Humphrey was buried. Thanks, Beth
|Don DeWitt||RE: William and Emma Harris photo|
I do not have a record of an email from you. Please email to dondew228. At yahoo. I have created a memorial for his wife so if you would like to post your photo on her memorial, we would appreciate it. I live near West Point so I will go visit the grave sometime soon. Thanks for your help.
|Don DeWitt||William and Emma Harris photo|
I noticed you placed several wonderful photos on the memorial for WIlliam Harris at West Point.
In the grave photo I noticed that his wife is listed.
Do you think that she is buried with him?
I do not know the rules about the cemetery.
Also, do you have the original?
Perhaps you can read his wife's inscription?
She was Emma Witt, daughter of Stillman Witt
thanks for your efforts.
|Anonymous||My great great grandfather|
My great, great grandfather died at Gettysburg on July 1, 1863. He was in company B of the 20th NY Militia.
I was hoping you could give me information about where Company B was that day, where he is buried, who his commanders were, or any other information you might have about him or his unit.
Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
|A Family Who Loves Genealogy||Hi there Seward...|
Just checking to see if you are still active on Find A Grave...thanks !
|Albert Arnold Sprague, IV||RE: Your Col John McEntee (11462233)|
Thank you so much for getting back to me so quickly.
It is appreciated,
|Albert Arnold Sprague, IV||Your Col John McEntee (11462233)|
I am working on my great-grandaunt, Ann Dibblee, born about 1837, NY. There is a chance that she is married to your Col John McEntee (Find A Grave Memorial# 11462233)
I note that you created his FindAGrave webpage and have several items on him. If you do not mind, would you be able to give me an assist on this?
Thank you so much,
1LT, Army, 1966-1969
|John A. Anderson||RE: Rev. Jonas Clarke|
The only image ever recorded of Rev. Jonas Clarke is the black silhouette image of him which now resides on the second floor of the Hancock-Clarke House in Lexington, Massachusetts.
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