|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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|ohlw||RE: Boleau photo|
You are so welcome, glad I was able to photo his grave - it is getting pretty worn as you can see. Thank you for all the work you do to honor veterans and preserving their memories.
Added by ohlw on May 19, 2013 11:32 AM
|Bob Akins||Averill Family|
My Averill Family lived in Canada Born in New York. They were members of the Michigan 1st Cav. and Michigan Mech & Eng. I have a picture of the Averills circa 1880. Ursula Averill was my Great Grand Mother who was born in GR. Some Averills were buried at Jone's Cemetery, Allegan Co. MI. I am sure I have a chart on Charles Averill. I just moved back to Michigan and my records are in storage until we get settled. Hope to hear from you soon.
|drbuck||Pvt Paul Roth|
Hi Rich ~
Thanks for the info on Pvt Roth; the memorial is updated.
Hope you enjoyed Thanksgiving!
~ Buck & julie
Added by drbuck on Nov 24, 2012 2:05 PM
|Tab||John Dobbins 1875-1878|
Hi Richard thankyou for posting the headstone for John Dobbins. Do you know if there are any more (old) stones with this family, as I am sure you are aware I have a photo of a newer stone for this John Dobbins.
Thanks again :)
Added by Tab on Nov 24, 2012 7:29 AM
|Ken Helmer||First Michigan Engineers & Mechanics|
My great-great grandfather was a member of the First Michigan Engineers & Mechanics: James N Helmer. He is memorial number 40425342
|Sandra Eichner||Oliver Osborne|
Hello, I am curious as to where you got the photo for Oliver #86877303, I am researching his wife family- Dibble. Maybe we can find a photo of her too? Thank you very much,
I am not finding a duplicate for Corinth Badgley.
Would you please show me where this is at.
Also I have sent you 2 edits on Searight Koutz to add his wife and parents, would like to know how come you will not do this. He is buried in Confederate cemetery
Father: Jacob 33894780
Mother Sarah 33894846
Wife Nancy 6456142
|Cheryl Martz||George W Tower|
Hello there, I'm hoping to have you transfer this person's page over to me (Cheryl Martz). I've done alot of research on this Family and I hope to complete the new findings on these pages. I'm looking for a direct relative for the Tower Family, so they can get all the info I've found. Have a great weekend and I hope to hear from you soon. Cheryl
|Judy Kiilehua||RE: Albert Otis,6th Mich.Cav.|
Hi there Rich,
This is what I know. Albert Otis was my gr grand-uncle. He served with Co. D, 6th MI Cavalry, along with his brother, Martin Otis (my gr grandfather).
The story passed from Martin to his daughter (my grandmother),to her son(my Dad). And, then of course, to me. My Dad said: "Our grandfather, Martin Otis, was in the Civil War along with his brother who was shot off his horse. Martin couldn't stop, but came back later and recovered the body and wrapped it up in a blanket and buried it with 20 other soldiers."
I later learned, from CW records, that they were at Falling Waters when this occurred 14 Jul 1863.
My gr grandfather, Martin, lived until 1908 -Find A Grave Memorial# 39656336.
I think what you are doing is great. Will look forward to seeing Albert's entry in the appropriate place on Findagrave. Albert was born 1841 Ingham, Michigan.
|Christine ||James Sheufelt|
He is my GGGrandfather, is it possible you can list him under the correct spelling of his last name. It is not SHOEFELT, but rather SHEUFELT.
I know it may have been listed on that one paper as SHOEFELT, but he never used it and all other civil war papers have the correct spelling Sheufelt, and its also my last name.
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