|acoustic shadow||Lieutenant Charles W Walker|
According to all sources, including the "Revised Register of Soldiers & Sailors of New Hampshire in the War of the Rebellion" (Ayling ©1895), Lieutenant Charles W Walker, Co B, 2nd NHVI, died on June 21, 1861; not June 25. FYI.
Do you have any information on his wife Alice Scales?
|Dottie Meadows||Horace L Richardson|
Would you mind to transfer Horace L. Richardson to me to maintain so I may add some family information? Many thanks.
Dottie member# 47025565
|Pat Van Den Berghe||JTPHunt|
Would like your permission to use your photo of his grave site for a group I belong to, will naturally give you photo credit.
|Mary Gale Rogers||RE: Ella Lowman|
She was a distant relative....didn't know her but wish I had.
|SimonisRuffus||St-Désiré Cemetery - Black Lake|
I've just added my great-grand-father in St-Désiré Cemetery of Black Lake (Québec). I had issues and I had to do double-check as you've mentionned that this cemetery is located in "Centre-du-Québec".
Black Lake (now merged to Thetford Mines) is considered by government as in "Chaudière-Appalaches" region. It would be fine if you could change this information in order to avoid further problems.
Thanks and have a nice day!
I sent you a edit on the 13th and I am not sure if you saw it or not. Thanks
|Lynn Fischer||Wallace F. Nell|
I am honored to have been of assistance to you in locating and photographing the cemetery marker for Wallace F. Nell. Your comments regarding the reason for the request made me realize how important this photograph truly was for someone. I'm so glad I could help.
|Lauren Marie Westgate Hargrave||Anna B Young Find A Grave Memorial# 44718229|
Please change bio:
Daughter of Henry J Young and Sarah J Grover.
|Lauren Marie Westgate Hargrave||Nathan L Young Find A Grave Memorial# 44717977|
Please add/change bio:
Son of Henry J Young and Sarah J Grover.
Died of Whooping Cough.
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