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Janet Dunlap (#46881425)
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L. Forbes
howe fella
Sorry I had a type-o and wanted to fix it.
L Forbes
Added by L. Forbes on Oct 20, 2014 9:50 AM
L. Forbes
Back in Dec 5 2011 you reported - Cemetery office has no record of this person
Details: Lynn in the cemetery office says there is no listing of this person being in the cemetery.
The cemetery has his name wrong in the records, He is Morrison Young Howe. 1835-1932, the husband of Sarah Elizabeth Brisbon Howe 1847-1925. The records have HY HOWE [SHOULD HAVE BEEN, IF THEY WERE GOING TO USE INITIALS MY HOWE FOR MORRISON Young Howe] RIVERVIES ADD. BLK 23 LOT 16
L Forbes
Added by L. Forbes on Oct 20, 2014 9:48 AM
Bill Shrum
RE: Wm & Eva Acord
I have transferred the Acords to you. If you can share any information on these two I would appreciate as he is a distant cousin. I'm interested in any children they may have had and Eva's maiden name.

Thank you,

Bill Shrum
Added by Bill Shrum on Oct 18, 2014 6:31 PM
L. Forbes
Hy Howe
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Reported by: Janet Dunlap on Dec 05, 2011
General problem: Cemetery office has no record of this person
Details: Lynn in the cemetery office says there is no listing of this person being in the cemetery.

Real name Morrison Young Howe 1835-1932. The records have Hy Howe instead of Morrison Young Howe; maybe meant to write M Y HOWE. There are two memorials for this man both in Greenwood Cemetery, one Hy & the other Morrison Young Howe.
L Forbes
Added by L. Forbes on Oct 18, 2014 12:37 AM
George W Barlett
I found a good description of the location of the hospital that took in the wounded from battle of Resaca from "No. 205. Report of Surg. H Earnest Goodman, U. S. Army, Surgeon in Chief." in the OR Series 1 - Volume 38 (Part II) page 149.

Condition of command: May 15, again engaged the enemy at battle of Resaca. Weather fine. Commenced fresh. Battle opened at 3 p.m. Strength of command: Unknown about 5,600. Condition of supplies: Stimulants and surgical appliances abundant; tents on the ground and up before wounded came in.

Field hospital about one and a half miles from battle-field; location good. <<<<<<< This is not as far as Dalton, Ga. So he died nearer to Resaca than Dalton. >>>>>>>

Operations : Amputations (circular), 25 ; exsections, 15. Among Confederates amputations, 10; resections, 1. Water good and abundant. Food abundant; received from Government and Sanitary Commission. Mode of removal of wounded: On stretchers from field to medical officers on duty with their regiments, from there to hospital in ambulances. Wounded were received during the whole night. Character of fire: Musketry and artillery; continuous; range, 500 to 25 yards. Five charges made; enemy's works carried. Duration of battle, twelve hours.

Subsequent disposition of wounded: Command followed the enemy next day, May 16; wounded left in division hospital; remained in division field hospital until May 21, when they were transferred to general field hospital, Resaca, a distance of two miles, under the direction of Surgeon Foye, U. S. Volunteers.

Added by Janet on Oct 14, 2014 4:05 PM
George W Barlett
I noticed a correction for death place of Dalton, Ga. The records I see say he died at Resaca, Ga. Do you have documentation for Dalton, Ga. location? Thanks. Janet
Added by Janet on Oct 13, 2014 11:22 PM
George W Bartlett
Thank you for the correction.
Added by Janet on Oct 12, 2014 6:19 PM
Ruby & Harry Allen
Thank you, Jan for connecting them. Is it all right for me to go ahead and see about connecting Ruby to Josephina & Gus, her folks? I suppose that Maud and her husband are buried in the Reynolds cemetery as well. I am not sure there Maud Swartout parents are buried. I'll bet Art and Maynard are not connected to them, but yet they may be. The Fetter gals, perhaps. It would be cool, IMHO, to have them all together as well as we can. What do you think about this idea?
Added by Cheryl on Aug 14, 2014 5:34 PM
Ruby & Henry
Added by Cheryl on Aug 14, 2014 5:27 PM
Hobert/Hobart Family
Hi Janet,

I've noticed a number of Hobert/Hobart family members in your records. I am the great great grand daughter of Ida Mae Hobert. She was the child of Gilmore and Sarah Jane Hesser Hobert. Ida was Margaret Helen Hobert Dunlap's sister.

If you are related to Margaret, I'm assuming we are related as well. I'd love to know more about your connection.

Added by rnf68 on May 24, 2014 10:28 AM
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