|L. A. (Terry)||William Foley|
You can send for research at the Historical Society library.
|CM Reed||Re: William Foley|
Hi, Are you talking about the William Foley in Fish Creek Cemetery?
Send me your email address.
Added by CM Reed on Sep 18, 2013 5:57 AM
|Lori||RE: Caldwell Family|
Hi Jane, posting was from Sherrie Caldwell, daughter of Roy E. Caldwell. I believe you have been in touch with her via telephone.
Added by Lori on May 03, 2011 6:38 PM
|Julie Karen Hancock (Cooper) Jackson||Additional Info|
You can check the memorial of Maj Egbert A Ross. He was commander of The Charlotte Grays. In his bio you may find some additional places to look for Timothy's actual burial place. Maj Ross is also in Elmwood.
If you do find the burial location could you please send me an update so that I can note the other listing as a cenotaph?
|Julie Karen Hancock (Cooper) Jackson||RE: Timothy Williams - Memorial # 11915149|
Jane, I can not confirm if Timothy is buried there or not . I do know that at that time there was a hospital for the soldiers in Charlotte. Many of them passed away there and were buried in this section. I heard from one family member that their soldier just never returned home and they never knew what happened to him. After seeing the marker on findagrave they were able to check his military records which showed he had passed in Charlotte at that hospital and buried at Elwood. You may be able to check Timothy's military records which could possibly show a place of burial. Also a local chapter of the sons of confederate soldiers maintains this section of Elmwood and is responsible for the actual memorial as well. I did have their card but I can not find it. You could try googling them. They should have information on the soldiers in that section. I hope you are able to find the information you need.