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Tad D. Campbell (#46913983)
 member for 9 years, 6 months, 1 day
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Bio Photo Tad Campbell resides in Gilroy, California and has worked as a 911 Dispatcher since 1992.

He has been actively researching his own family history since 1987.

His research led to the discovery that he is directly descended from seven Union ancestors and one Confederate ancestor. Over the years Tad has discovered that he has numerous blood uncles who served on either side during the Civil War and over 100 first cousins who participating in the conflict.

In 1997 Tad joined the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW) and remains an active member. He is a Past Commander of Phil Sheridan Camp No. 4, a Past Commander of the Department of California and Pacific, and Past Commander-in-Chief of the National Organization.

He also belongs to the California Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the Union States (MOLLUS).

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deanna french
Santa Clara/Hills & Shattuck C.W. Vets
May I use the photo/s of Alfred Hills, and Hiram Shattuck that you contributed to their Find A Grave memorial pages, to post on the Vermont C.W.. site? (
You will receive credit for this.

Thank you for your consideration.

Deanna French
Added by deanna french on Sep 05, 2016 2:14 PM
Christina Siceloff
Hello Tad,
I have found through my ancestry search that we would be 8th cousins. I have included a lot of your information that you have shared and I have found from this site as well as another site I have found through bing search on my tree and wanted to ask permission to share your photos of people that have been passed away on my tree as well. I have a lot of information on my tree and would be interested in learning more about your family if you are willing to share. If you could contact me that would be wonderful and also give me permission to share photos of yours that would be great too. Thank you.
Added by Christina Siceloff on Jan 11, 2016 4:50 AM
Brad Hobbs
Sallie Hobbs
I'm writing to see if you can tell me where perhaps a Hobbs relation may fall into your family tree.

I recently found a picture of Susan Mary Tuggle on Ancestry where she mentions a Sallie Hobbs being a cousin?

I live in Ralph Tuggle's home that he built on the Harlan County, Ky line. They now call this community "Tuggleville". He lived here for a short period and then my Hobbs family rented the home for about 40 years and purchased it in 1943. So we have connections, but to what my point? And are they not known anymore? I question this because many DNA tests have been completed & we do not have any common matches with the other Hobbs families.
Added by Brad Hobbs on Oct 13, 2015 8:53 PM
Patricia Eckardt
Marie Dallon
MY GOODNESS! This is my 8th Gr Grandmother and I was gathering info on her and her descendants to join the "Les Files Du Roy" Society. Marie is one of the "King's daughters" and she is very, very special! But from the info you have given me on your entry on Find A Grave, I have learned of two other marriages! This is fantastic, thank you EVER so much!
Patricia Eckardt
Added by Patricia Eckardt on Sep 06, 2015 3:28 PM
Linda Pack Clemmons
Logan Cemetery, Shelby Co. Ky
The restoration of this cemetery is nearly complete. We will be posting pictures of all the restored stones. The Shelby County Cemetery Preservation Board is very pleased with what we have accomplished.
Added by Linda Pack Clemmons on Aug 29, 2015 5:24 AM
John G. Hall
Grave Memorial# 76132876
I have him in my tree as my 8th Great Grandfather!

We must compare trees!
Added by John G. Hall on Aug 08, 2015 1:26 PM
Richard H. Goms Jr.
Benjamin P. Shuler
Thank you for your prompt response. Have a good day.
Added by Richard H. Goms Jr. on Jun 22, 2015 9:14 AM
Richard H. Goms Jr.
Benjamin P. Shuler
Please link Banjamin to his parents: Samuel (#16470389) and Margaret (#16470369) Schuler. Thank you.
Added by Richard H. Goms Jr. on Jun 22, 2015 8:37 AM
Susan Bradley
Deacon Lemuel Daniels
Hi, I am fairly new to contributing to Find-a-Grave so am not sure if you get a notice when a photo is added to one of your Memorials. I have added the gravestone photo for Lemuel Daniels and I believe his wife Martha. The year of death is very hard to read and the stone is carved poorly but her stone is next to his and says Wife of Lemuel Daniels. I have also posted all of the gravestones in the same plot of the cemetery. They look to be mostly Lemuel's son Archibald's descendants but may be of interest to you. Good luck in all your searches.
Added by Susan Bradley on Apr 25, 2015 10:22 PM
Linda Pack Clemmons
Logan Cemetery, Shelby County, Ky.
I have noticed you must have an interest in this cemetery and I wanted you to know it is under restoration. The Shelby County Cemetery Preservation Board has been working on it for about a year. We are now repairing the stones and they are looking great. We are very proud of the progress being made but still a lot to be done. This cemetery has also been designated as a Pioneer Cemetery and we will have a state marker and dedication when it is completed. I have several questions about the relationships you show and mysteries why some are buried outside of the rock fence. If you would like to see some of our progress you can check our page on Facebook.
Added by Linda Pack Clemmons on Jul 19, 2014 9:26 PM
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