|Richard Howell (#47034760)|
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The Sixth Michigan Cavalry is my main interest,I am trying to locate the gravesites of all its men.Anyone is welcome to use any photograph I have taken and posted on findagrave.|
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4th Michigan In..., Bill Thayer, chuck, drbuck, DUVCW, EFB III, Jeffry Burden, John S. Sims, John W. Goodspe..., KathyCook, O'side Native, Sandy Wetter, Tony Cossean
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|somermik||Lieut Clinton Leet Barnhart|
The picture of the bearded man on the profile of Lieut Clinton Leet Barnhart is not Clinton Leet.
This is a picture of his grandfather Peter Barnhart Jr 1787 Somerset Co PA-1876 Independence Iowa.
I am the owner of this original photo and it was uploaded to Ancestry.com by a 3rd party without my permission.
However I will allow this photo to be used by this website and Ancestry.com but only if it is attached to Peter Barnhart Jr and no one else.
Please remove this photo from Clinton Leet Barnhart.
Added by somermik on Oct 25, 2016 10:59 AM
|KatieDee||Civil war veterans|
I have seen the wonderful work that you have done with the civil war veterans. I am completing a book a friend started on veterans in Western MI. I am having trouble getting tombstones for unmarked graves. Would love to talk to you! email@example.com
Added by KatieDee on Oct 05, 2016 12:56 PM
|Judith D||Martin Gilmartin|
Thanks for letting me know. Mine was a dupe and I deleted it. Be sure to let me know if you come across any others. I was (and still am) confused on these two cemeteries during this time period.
Added by Judith D on Oct 02, 2016 4:08 PM
|Sandy Vandertol||St Andrews|
Hooray for photos at St. Andrews! Bring on the edits!!!
|Angela Owens Jando||St. Andrews|
Thank you for posting so many pictures and for sending through edits for the memorials. You have really improved the % photographed and that is very helpful!
Here's a 1st MI E & M for your virtual: #149567065
Added by drbuck on Sep 23, 2016 4:14 PM
|Valarie Rich||Thank you|
Thank you so much for the excellent photo of Stephen Barnum's headstone. I really appreciate it.
|Joshua D Kennedy||Oscar Stout|
Hi, thanks so much for the memorial for Oscar Stout. Where did you find the record of him being a POW? He's my ancestor and I'd love to find out more about this. Thanks.
Thanks for the photo
Funny someone else told me that there was no stone...
I have attempted to find the grave of Evelyn Craw in Bronxville Cemetery, but cannot find it. I have also looked for a grave for Evelyn Wurzburg, which I believe is her married name, but with no luck. Are you sure this is the right cemetery?
The owner of the cemetery is very helpful, so if you are sure, I will go back and talk to him.
Obituary from Bronxville Review Press - Reporter, 30th April 1964:
Mrs. Evelyn Craw Wurzburg, of 10 Brooklands, widow of Francis L. Wurzburg, died in Lawrence Hospital yesterday at the age of 85. Her husband, who was an official of the Conde Nast Publications, died in 1954. Mrs. Wurzburg is survived by four children, Mrs. Elinor W. Lawrence of White Plains, F.L. Wurzburg Jr. of Chappaqua, Fred W. Wurzburg of Dove, N.H. and Mrs. Hampton Barnes of Edgewater, Pa.; nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
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