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Very strange. I found 3 Jobin's here on Find a Grave and they all appeared to be very young but they are listed as being part of the service.
This is a mystery that needs solving. :) I will do all I can to help. I know all too well what these ancestry mysteries are like!
|cindi brockman||RE: Jobin Assenheimer|
This happens once in a blue moon for me. In the second photo underneath you see Assenheimer. That is definitely the grave site. I used the Kiosk and put in the exact name and when I went there to the grave at first I thought I was wrong until I saw the name underneath.
This cemetery is the best. It is so incredibly easy for me to locate loved ones within minutes. The cemetery would not have relationship records to answer the question as to how they are related. Further research is needed to solve this mystery. Are you on Ancestry? I will surely like to help!
|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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