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David Cahoon (#46964989)
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Janice McAlpine
Abner M. Jack Find A Grave Memorial# 41141447
Abner McGehee Jack has a gravestone at Nicholson Cemetery, Kemper Co.,MS - Find A Grave Memorial# 61236736 and a Confederate Marker at Cedar Lawn Cemetery Scooba, Kemmper Co.,Ms.- Find A Grave Memorial # 15549168 and
Added by Janice McAlpine on May 07, 2014 4:39 AM
Jennifer Davis
Alden Howell
Capt Alden Howell really should be put in the famous part of this cemetery. After all you had it quoted perfectly at the bottom of the memorial. The message read and I quote
"Died. Captain Alden G. Howell, 106, who rode to war 86 years ago, saw Stonewall Jackson shot, lived to be the last surviving Confederate officer, oldest Mason in the U.S.; in Los Angeles."
If that isn't deserving of fame then I don't know what is. When he died they even did a small write up of him in Times Magazine.
So I really hope you consider and change this to a famous status. After all a Presidential Chaffuer for President John F. Kennedy has a famous status and all he did was drive a car. Capt Alden Howell deserves better.
Thanks
Jennifer
Added by Jennifer Davis on Jan 21, 2014 2:09 AM
Chris Carroll
Hugh R Critchon
Thanks for the transfer David
Chris
Added by Chris Carroll on Jan 06, 2014 6:25 PM
Chris Carroll
Hugh R Crichton
David did you get my message to transfer my ancestor? Thanks Chris
Added by Chris Carroll on Nov 26, 2013 4:52 PM
Chris Carroll
Hugh R Crichton
Can you transfer my ancestor to me please.

Chris Carroll
BA History NCWCC
Added by Chris Carroll on Nov 24, 2013 9:22 AM
Joyce Bock
Samuel Cahoon
Thank you for trying. Yes, it would be a great find. Let's keep an eye out for him.
Added by Joyce Bock on Oct 20, 2013 9:14 PM
Joyce Bock
Samuel Cahoon, son of William
Can you help me find the grave of Samuel Cahoon ( Cohoon) who was the son of William and Deliverance? I know he died at Cohoon's creek! Nansemond, Virginia but can't find him. Any help would be wonderful!
Added by Joyce Bock on Oct 20, 2013 1:37 PM
Dave Peck
Cornelius Van Patten
Thanks for the quick transfer.
Dave peck
Added by Dave Peck on Feb 04, 2013 7:22 PM
Tim Childree
Emile Strader Gould
I saw that you left a note for Emile Strader Gould in Magnolia Cemetery, killed at Spanish Fort 1865. His brother, Louis Durand Gould, buried beside him, died after the war (1870) from disease contracted at the Battle of Shiloh. I've posted pictures of their markers if you'd like to see them.

I've added a lot of memorials in Magnolia for Confederate veterans and dead you may not be aware of, all buried outside of Confederate Rest. I thought you might be interested in seeing them.

Lt. Horatio N. Gould, d.1865
James Perrine Gould, d.1862
Louis Durand Gould, d.1870
Lt. Frank E. Bestor, d.1865
Col. William L. Powell, d.1863
G. Enesovich, d.1862
Middleton D. Rosson, d.1862
Nicholas Renauld, d.1918
S. F. Westumyer, d.1862
Dr. Christian M. France, d.1877
Sgt. William Thomas Goff, d.1930
Bartolome P. Ardoyno, d.1900
Thomas Hunt, d.1879
John Strachan, d.1897

Those are the ones that come to mind.
Added by Tim Childree on Jan 26, 2013 9:59 PM
Neely's Station
Neil McCarron
The 1986 MGS Tombstone Inscriptions: Catholic Cemetery has written that Neil McCarron was born in Londonderry, Ireland and was Judge Neil McCarron
Added by Neely's Station on Jan 25, 2013 11:17 AM
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