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|Wes Phinney||Eliz. Murray Van Sant|
Pamela, I have placed the photograph that you placed in Ancestry for Elizabeth Ann Murray on this site. I do hope it is OK w/you; just thought it was good and s/b shown. It can easily be removed if you so advise.
|NWlambear||DNA - Skillman|
Hi Pamela. Saw your msg on the Find A Grave site. Did you do one of those DNA things? I've thought about do it in my parental lines. Your grandfather was married to a distant cousin of mine..."Bertie" (Pordham) Skillman. She's on here. I probably don't have a lot on the Skillman's, but I'll check. I'm still search of my paternal grandfather w/ not much luck. Did you just find yours recently?
|Russ Pickett||Robert McCaulley|
Hi Pamela, The info was supplied by Kenneth Copeland who notes it was a relative of his in the book titles "Remembering The Stones" by Dr. Lee Anderson. ( used info with permission of the author ) Hope this helps.
|Leon Edmund Basile||Veterans burials|
I am not close to Andersonville to photograph the grave, but I saw your question about your relatives' graves. According to their postings, they are both at the same lot. Although Andersonville is mainly known as a Civil War POW camp and cemetery, it is also a military cemetery. My understanding is that an honorable discharged veteran is entitled to a grave at a military cemetery, as well as their spouse. However, I believe a married couple would have one plot, so unless they are cremated, one would be buried on top of the other. (This is my understanding, unless an official at a military cemetery says otherwise.)
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