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Mitch Faulk (#47119573)
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Steve Stacey
Seaborn Faulk, Baptist Cem. M'ville.
Mitch..Steve Stacey here...the Seaborn Faulk post to Baptist cemetery really stirred things up in April during Confederate History Month...the movement of the 36th is well known in Monroe....the more knowledgable Confederate descendants know that Seaborn Faulk could not have died from any wounds received at Dalton, GA. in June 1863...the 36th was at Liberty Gap, TN. The 36th did not move to Dalton until after the battle at Mission Ridge on November 25, 1863. They reached Dalton in early December....read the ORs. We are working very hard to document the burials at Baptist Cemetery. Seaborn Faulk is not there. A memorial may be fine but the information should be historical and not speculative. Thank you for your understanding
Added by Steve Stacey on May 12, 2015 7:33 PM
Elizabeth Reed
RE: YOUR NAME
I thought you asked me if I was 'family' and now I believe you meant "familiar with the song". Yes, I am very familiar with the song and my name here is inspired by it. I've been a fan of the Allman Brothers since I can remember. I never tire of listening to "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" and the entire Beginnings album.
Added by Elizabeth Reed on Feb 05, 2015 3:14 PM
Elizabeth Reed
RE: YOUR NAME
Hi Mitch. No I'm not. However, my Find A Grave name is inspired by the song.
Added by Elizabeth Reed on Feb 05, 2015 2:57 PM
Steve Stacey
RE: JAMES ARTHUR FAULK # 11592560
Steve or Stacey...no problem with either...most friends call me Stacey....the cemetery photos are certain to have errors due to attempts to transcribe off site.....I am rebuilding Baptist Cemetery after a Find A Grave "official" as he claimed to be changed the name to Pineville Road Cemetery and deleted all photos except his...Find A Grave denied knowledge however deletions of photos by others could not happen without Find A Grave allowing the "official" to have that power/ability. Baptist is a very historical place as far as Monroeville is concerned....I will doublecheck dates and am approx. 90% complete. Despite duplicate memorials, I will keep those I post until the project is complete then we will publish for our genealogical group and share with the MC Library. After this is complete, we will defer to families in their respective memorials.
Added by Steve Stacey on Jul 29, 2014 1:01 PM
Mike B.
RE: Corporal Isaiah Benjamin Shirey # 108614270
I've looked at old newspapers from Richmond from that time period. Books no mention of a cemetery beside the hospital. They may have laid them out by the hospital and called it a cemetery but they buried them the next day or that day. During the seven days battles there were over 500 burials a month. They had no time to section off the cemetery to say who died in what hospital. This is a list of hospitals in Richmond in 1862. Each hospital had soldiers buried at Oakwood. It was just to many to say what hospital they came from. They had to bury them quickly they had no embalming at the hospitals. I do respect what you say we have to agree to disagree on some things. THE LIST: From the Richmond Dispatch, 6/5/1862, p. 4, c. 1
Hospital Directory. The following is a list of the different hospitals and their location in the city:

ARMY HOSPITALS.

Camp Winder Hospital, western suburbs of the city.
Chimborazo Hospital, on the hill overlooking Rocketts.
General Hospital, northern terminus of Second street.
Louisiana Hospital (formerly Baptist College,) western termination of Broad street.
Byrd Island Hospital, southern termination of Ninth street, near the river.
South Carolina Hospital, Manchester, (approached by Mayo's bridge, end of Fourteenth street.)
First Georgia Hospital, Twenty-first street, between Main and Cary.
Second Georgia Hospital, Twentieth street, between Main and Franklin.
Third Georgia Hospital, corner of Franklin and Twenty-fourth streets.
First Alabama Hospital, Broad street, between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth streets.
Second Alabama Hospital, corner of Franklin and Twenty-fifth streets.
Royster's Hospital, on Twenty-fifth street, between Main and Franklin streets.
Banner Hospital, corner of Franklin and Nineteenth streets.
Globe Hospital, on Nineteenth street, between Main and Franklin.
Maryland Hospital, corner of Cary and Twenty-fifth streets.
Greaner's Hospital, Twenty-first street, between Main and Franklin streets.

PRIVATE HOSPITALS.

Bellevue Hospital, Broad street, Church Hill.
College Hospital, corner of Marshall and Eleventh streets.
Sailors' Home, corner of Clay and Henry streets.
Baptist Church Hospital, Fourth street, between Leigh and Duval.
Robertson's Hospital, corner of Main and Third streets.
St. Francis D'Sale, Brooke Avenue, near Bacon Quarter Branch.

HOSPITALS RECENTLY OPENED.

Liggon and Howard's (factory) Hospitals, Main street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets.
Ross' (factory) Hospital, opposite the above - north side of Main.
Crew's (factory) Hospital, corner of Cary and Twenty-first streets.
Seabrook's Warehouse, corner of Grace and Eighteenth streets.
Kent, Paine & Co.'s Hospital, Main, between Eleventh and Twelfth streets.
Keen, Baldwin & Co.'s Hospital, Main, below Governor street.
St. Charles Hotel, corner of Main and Wall streets.
Richardson & Co.'s store, Main street, below Fourteenth.
Masonic Hall, Franklin, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets.
Breeden & Fox's store, corner Broad and Fourth streets.
Spotswood Hospital, under Spotswood Hotel.
Mayor's and Dibrell's warehouses, and the Danville work shops, in Manchester, will be used as hospital as soon as the necessary arrangements can be made.
Hospital tents are being erected at Howard's Grove.
Added by Mike B. on Jul 19, 2014 7:54 AM
Mike B.
RE: Corporal Isaiah Benjamin Shirey # 108614270
You had no clue where he was buried. I did the research took my time and my money to find him and others in that cemetery. I thank you for your kind words and appreciation.
Added by Mike B. on May 29, 2014 9:29 PM
Mike B.
RE: Corporal Isaiah Benjamin Shirey # 108614270
Your actions speaks louder than words.
Added by Mike B. on May 29, 2014 7:58 PM
Mike B.
Isaiah B. Shirey
Please take down the pictures of his son and the one about Chimborazo Hospital Cemetery that does not exist. Please take down the picture of my memorial makes no sense in putting a picture of my memorial on my memorial. If not I will contact Find A Grave to have them remove. Thank You. 108614270.
Added by Mike B. on Nov 14, 2013 6:12 AM
Mike B.
Corp. Isaish Shirey
Did he survive the Civil War. His medical records said he died in 1862. Can you help me out on that one. I posted his medical records.
Added by Mike B. on Nov 12, 2013 9:25 AM
Irish-ish
Josiah Brantley
Hi Mitch,

Thanks for the date of birth for Josiah. I updated his memorial and I went ahead and transfered management of it to you, since this is one of your ancestors. :) I am always happy to transfer memorials to a descendent. Thanks for your help!

Sherrie'
Added by Irish-ish on Nov 07, 2013 3:41 PM
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