|John G. Hall (#47204255)|
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Member of the Colonel James Brady Camp #63 SUVCW & Aide of the National Graves Registration Committee
Member of the 99th New York Infantry (Re-Enactor)
Love all history but mainly the Civil War
Doing research & photographing Civil War Graves in memory of my Ancestors Thomas Dennis, 112th Illinois Infantry & Aaron Hall, 7th New York Cavalry
Presently locating & photographing all USCT burial locations
I have no issues with anyone using my photos but please ask 1st & give the proper credit....
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|Ardis ||Jeremiah|Added by Ardis on Jan 26, 2015 11:31 AM
|John Evans||RE: USCT Headstones|
You have my permission to use my photos
|Marcus Stanley||RE: USCT Headstones|
Yes John, you can use my pictures posted on F.A.G for the USCT facebook project. Credit is always appreciated and thank you for asking.
Presently I'm working on a USCT Facebook Page & would like to include your photos. You'd be given FULL credit. Here's the link:
|Deleon Todd||RE: Memorial# 50017546|
My pleasure John. By each of us doing our part escavating data on these long ago departed heroes we can in some measure give them the respect they're due. Thank you for doing what you do toward that end. God bless!
I searched my archives. I had a better photo, that for some reason I had never posted.
Added by Zella on Dec 28, 2014 11:30 AM
|Zella||RE: USCT Photos|
Ah - that's what I thought.
Here is another one for you:
Added by Zella on Dec 27, 2014 10:43 AM
|Zella||RE: USCT Photos|
Absolutely! Which photos in particular have you run across? I can probably point you to more of them. I am thinking that you found the Hollidaysburg ones? Here is one in particular that might go overlooked, as he does not have a traditional military stone:
Added by Zella on Dec 27, 2014 8:43 AM
|Dennis Brandt||James Alexander photo|
|DeLane Randolph||Stephen Blunt|
There are two listing for Stephen Blunt. No. 379039(grave No. 8392) and 379038(grave No. 8334). There are two Stephen Blunts with different death dates. Note the two listing and that you have the same grave marker for both men. The 379038 is the correct listing.
|Regina Deters||Other Ohio Infantry Family|
Thank you for adding Nicholas H. Bassett to the Ohio 16th. Would anyone be looking for soldiers in the other regiments? Here are two..
I found Nicholas' father, John D. Bassett, who served in the 80th as a Wagoner and another great-3grand, Levi Dawson, who served in the 40th. All from Ohio. Levi was captured and it was said he spent time in Andersonville prison.
I recently added Levi to Findagrave, but no photo or stone, just a drawing he did of the civil war and had sent home to his parents. Levi Dawson 1840-1892.
thank you for all the time and effort you put into Finagrave. Regina Deters
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