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Lisa K (#47168905)
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Barry Colbaugh
RE: Question
I have not been able. I believe the Artillery Brogdon is buried in Texas. I am suprised there were two
Added by Barry Colbaugh on Oct 09, 2012 1:17 PM
wtmartin
RE: John Loss Sears
No direct relationship. Thanks, Wesley Martin
Added by wtmartin on Jul 10, 2012 9:58 AM
Barry Colbaugh
Question
Lisa, could you help me with Noah, I found him listed with the Ninth Georgia Artillery CompanyD as some of Company F State troops are listed but also the 42nd Georgia Company A

Married to Harriett (Strickland) Brogdon. He enlisted as a private in Company F, 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21, 1861. April 16, 1862, shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Georgia. April 1862, he enlisted as a private in Company D 9th Battalion Georgia Artillery.

He is also listed as
2d Lieut. Noah R. Brogdon
MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY A,42nd REGIMENT
GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
ARMY OF TENNESSEE
C. S. A.
GWINNETT COUNTY, GEORGIA

Could there be two Noah Brogdon's?

Added by Barry Colbaugh on Sep 27, 2011 3:28 PM
Alice Wunderland
RE: Murray's and Freeman's
Hi Lisa;

In your diligent searching (Which I appreciate very much)have you seen a Thomas Murray? He died either 1790, or 1792 in the Clouds creek area. Also any Freeman's - ? I know that there were quite a few Freeman's that were living in that area around the turn of the century, (1800) but I have had no luck in finding them in anything posted in Find-a-Grave.

I know that the weather is absolutely miserable there, so unusual for your proximity! I cannot think how cold it must feel, especially when you aren't used to it, but with high humidity, it is horrid! I have a friend who left here and joined the Coast Guard, and it was difficult for him to get used to the humidity with the above freezing temps. We are in the Dry West, never humid here! (Rarely!) but we do get freezing weather frequently!

I want you to know how much I appreciate your efforts - especially in this weather! If there are any grave sites out west that you might need let me know, as I have friends and relatives in various places, and we might be able to help you out. Thanks again for your work. Alice
Added by Alice Wunderland on Jan 17, 2011 9:26 AM
Alice Wunderland
Murray's and Freeman's
Hello Lisa!

Thank you so much for taking up my request! Out here where I live, people almost fight over taking photos of the graves! It is crazy! As soon as a request shows up, it is snatched! I have one that I did this week that I have to answer tonight, it was difficult, as it was so stinking cold, and it was in a section of the cemetery that was used during the great depression, and there are hardly any stones in it at all - there were 7 very small cement patches in the area where the person was buried, and at one time they had had something inscribed in the cement, but they have weathered so badly with all the freezing and thawing, that they are indiscernible now. I hate to have to give a requester the sad news that there is no marker, or none that is recognizable. That is tough.

Well, good luck digging out! I appreciate your work! Thanks a bunch - Alice
Added by Alice Wunderland on Jan 14, 2011 6:54 PM
Richard
Sanders Walker
Thank you so much for your help.

Richard pattillo
Added by Richard on Jan 04, 2011 3:26 PM
 

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