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Ann Baker Reynolds
RE: Lester WIlliam Ross
Lester William Ross is my great Uncle his siter elva grace is my grandmother. I will happy to work on this family line with you.

Ann Baker Reynolds
Added by Ann Baker Reynolds on Nov 11, 2012 10:07 AM
Ann Baker Reynolds
Lester WIlliam Ross
My grandmother is Elva Grace Ross Baker she is the sister of Lester William Ross. I am looking for information on the family line. Also the picture you have posted are you able to tell me who the second woman is in the picture and who the child is?
Added by Ann Baker Reynolds on Oct 25, 2012 5:47 AM
Edward Spannaus
Fouch line
We are looking for descendants of Temple Fouch Sr. and his sons Thomas and Henry C. Fouch, who all served with the Independent Loudoun Virgina Rangers (USA) during the Civil War. (Temple Jr. also fought for the Union, but with the Potomac Home Brigade in Md.) We are organizing a 150th Reunion of Loudoun Rangers and are seeking descendants who would like to participate. I see you have created a number of Fouch memorials.
Added by Edward Spannaus on Feb 22, 2012 7:50 PM
Leon Edmund Basile
Henry C. Fouch listed as H.C. Foncks
In the Appendix (Names of the Union Soldiers Buried at Andersonville), in the book THE SOLDIER'S STORY OF HIS CAPTIVITY AT ANDERSONVILLE, BELLE ISLE, AND OTHER REBEL PRISONS by Warren Lee Goss (Boston: Lee & Shepard, 1870 edition), in the "Miscellaneous" section, p. 355, it lists: H.C. Foncks, Keye's Independent Cavalry, died Sept. 18, 1864, of dysentery, and is buried in lot 9084.

When the volunteer goes to lot 9084, to photograph the grave, the name might be inscribed "H.C. Foncks" rather than "Fouch." The last name was probably a "typographical" mistake, as the name initials, death date, and lot number were correct.
Added by Leon Edmund Basile on Feb 15, 2010 6:17 PM
Linda Gorman
RE: Kathryn Stotler
Hi Debbie, I didn't add that picture of Mrs. Stotler. Hope your new year is going well. Linda G
Added by Linda Gorman on Feb 03, 2010 7:20 PM
Spaceman Spiff
RE: Col Marvin Eugene Fouche
Hi, Debbie.
You're welcome.
(Every time I try to write back to your email I get a reject message).
Take care,
Added by Spaceman Spiff on Jan 28, 2010 7:06 PM
Betty Frain
RE: Re: Eden Fouch in Union Cemetery

Gustavus Elgin Sr purchased the Fouche land and left it to Gus Jr in his will. If my mind serves me correctly, there was a cemetery on the land when he purchased it. I am in SC for the winter and do not have all my papers here. I can send you a copy of the Elgin will. It is dated 1821. If you are interested, send me an email address.

Added by Betty Frain on Jan 27, 2010 9:15 AM
Betty Frain
RE: Re: Eden Fouch in Union Cemetery
I assume you have a Bible, or similar record. I am using the birth date you gave. The death date is from the cemetery records.

My database shows only two sons for Amos, Amos jr and Eden. This is not one of my main lines, but I think some of them lived on what is now Evergreen Mill Road, around my Elgins, Dulins, etc.

I cannot find a grave for Amos or Ann. Maybe one day.

Thanks for the information.

Added by Betty Frain on Jan 24, 2010 7:08 AM
Spaceman Spiff
RE: Thanx for your kindness
Hi, Debbie.
You're very welcome (for the photos of the Fouches). I tried to reply to your email, but it rejected back to me.
Added by Spaceman Spiff on Jan 23, 2010 6:30 PM
Linda Gorman
I forgot to let you know that Mr. Burkett is not buried in the cemetery behind the Falling Spring Nursing and Rehab Center (Franklin Farms.) I checked one day when I took my granddaughter to feed the fish on the grounds. Any clues where to look? LG
Added by Linda Gorman on May 22, 2009 10:39 AM
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