|4th Michigan Infantry (#47025829)|
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My name is George Wilkinson and I am an avid researcher and historian for the Fourth Michigan Infantry. This was a regiment serving the Union forces in the American Civil War. I maintain a website which provides a great amount of information about the regiment and the men that fought under her flag. I am very interested in collecting actual relics as well as reliable information that relates to the soldiers of the Fourth Michigan Infantry, so please contact me if you have anything that you'd like to share. I can also be of assistance in obtaining military files from the National Archives (for a fee) should you need them for any soldier in this unit.|
I would like to thank each and every Find-A-Grave member that have assisted me in re-uniting the men of the Fourth Michigan Infantry together through memorial transfers. My appreciation is also extended to those who have contributed additional information for these memorials resulting in a more accurate tribute to a soldier's life.
Please remember, that in reality, we are all "temporary custodians" of these memorials, and "hoarding" them does absolutely nothing to benefit them.
Direct descendants and "sincerely interested" members are more than welcome to ask for the transfer of a memorial. I personally believe that "sharing" is the ultimate Find-A-Grave policy, and will always work with those who feel the same.
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|The Lady in Black||RE: Isiah Stevenson|
His death certificate is online here:
You can check the Woodmere records here:
Also, many people of that time period did not know when they were born--I've run across that in many generations of my own family (my great-great grandfather's military records are fraught with mistakes, as are his brothers), and in others. Year of death confusion, in Isaiah's case, probably results from him dying on December 30/31, and being buried on January 3 of the next year, 1901. It was probably the family's confusion when ordering the stone during a stressful time. Happens a lot.
Good luck in finding out the truth!
|Lavidaloca||RE: Memorial transfer|
You're very welcome.
|Sue Henry||Mr. Divelbess|
I feel so honored to transfer Mr. Divelbess' memorial to you. How wonderful that you found him and are able to honor him and his family in a way that I know I could not. Thank you so much. Sue
|Spaceman Spiff||RE: Memorial transfer|
You're very welcome.
The bio looks good!
Thanks for your efforts.
|Rosalie H. Kaufman||RE: Memorial transfer|
You are welcome! Rosalie
Don has been transferred. I'm glad he's with his unit.
|Gene Numerick||website information|
I'm glad to transfer. To be honest I don't know where I got the information. I get a lot of stuff sent to me to include in these memorials. If there is others let me know so that I can transfer them to you also. Thanks and God Bless
|Diane Mills||Dr. Chamberlin|
I added Dr. Chamberlin's infant daughter
at this memorial number: 109649240
Thanks! Diane Mills
|Grace Younglove Hudson||J.T. Smith|
Happy to make the transfer.
Glad to have him back with his fellow men. Thank you for honoring our heroes .
|Dave & Pam Jindrich||Oliver Finch|
Taking the photo was my pleasure -- his resting place is high on a hill overlooking the Mississippi, beautiful spot but it helps if you're a mountain goat. I looked around but there is no military marker near his family stone. Good luck with the search.
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