|Jim Heim (#47250391)|
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Raised in NW Montana. Worked for 25 years for "Ma Bell" in Washington State. Retired to Montana in 1990 near Flathead Lake. Researching Tennessee & Kentucky for:|
Beard, McInteer, Thompson, Heim;
Montana for Espeland. Wife: Linda; two children.
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|BLS||George A. Miller|
Thank you for the info on the article about George. It was long so I wrote an extraction from the article and cited where it came from. It is nice that there is a date of death now.
Added by BLS on May 13, 2014 12:51 PM
I have linked her to her parents. Would you like me to transfer her to you?
Added by Liz on Mar 18, 2014 6:10 AM
|Shirley Jones||Julian Christianson|
Julian has been linked to his parents Joseph and Tillie Christianson. Thanks for the information.
|Julie Bennett Coleman||Rebecca Jones Beard|
Jim, I've added your information. I'd be happy to transfer her over to you if you'd like.
|Misty Schneider||William Beard|
Thank you for your entry on Wm. Beard 1797-1863
Among his children you list Lucy A. 1835. I believe she is my 3rd great grandmother. Her memorial link is below. Can you connect her to the William Beard page?
Lucy Ann Beard Spencer
|nancy murray||RE: Ulrich Heim memorial page sponsorship|
I remembered your kindness in sharing information about this Civil War soldier in whom I had become interested and my happiness that he had found family to claim him. I was certainly happy to do it. Nancy
|Meghan Harken||Ada & William McInteer|
Ada (Harding) & William McInteer were my great-great-great-great grandparents. Thanks for uploading their info/photos. Are they ancestors of yours too?
|nancy murray||Find A Grave|
I transferred the memorial of Ulrich Heim to you. I am thrilled to do so and to see a photograph of him. He was a handsome man. I will try to pull up his pension file the first time I get to Washington for a visit to the Archives. I am writing a personal history of all the men in the lst, 2nd, 3rd and 6th Tennessees. I have all the ones from the 3rd that the National Archives has and a long list of ones to request from the Veterans. Actually the VA has about 50% of the 3rd. Suspect it will be about the same for the other groups. I started this when I tried to find William Lindsey Renfro the Confederate from Texas (I was raised with a Confederate flag in my heart and singing Dixie) only to find out he was Union from East Tennessee. Once I started reading a few pension files from his 6th Tennessee and found the personal stories I was truly and passionately addicted to the Civil War. Whenever I am in Knoxville I try to go to National Cemetery and photograph as many of the CW graves as possible. These men lived through a time of incredible uncertainty and suffered horribly the rest of their lives due to the physical ailments they contracted while serving in the military. One man wrote that they did not serve for the money but for their country and their flag. Do you have a copy of his pension file? If not I can copy it for you when I go. No charge except the copy fee and mailing. The copy fee is per page and is not that high. Depends whether one gets one folder with a few sheets or 3 folders stuffed with papers. Anyway if you not in a hurry I would be happy to do it. Nancy
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