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Cecilia J. Hartman (#47276584)
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Gianna D
RE: Daniel Jackson (son Andrew C. Jackson)
I don't have any primary information past Andrew Columbus Jackson Sr. His information is in my grandmother's handwritten record book and I have his death certificate. His son Andrew C. Jackson Jr. and my grandfather were alive when Grandmother wrote her records. She does not have anything on Daniel Jackson or a wife Sarah. I'm now wondering if they were Andrew's parents.

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Thank you for your reply. I was really excited when I found your entry on but..

I have done some more research on the Dan'l Jackson buried at Loudon Park National cemetery and am convinced he is not the father of my 2nd great grandfather Andrew C. Jackson Sr. Daniel Jackson died March 23, 1864 at Camp Birney Baltimore Maryland. He was a black private in the Union Army who enlisted February 29, 1864. The letters USCT on his headstone stand for U.S. Colored Troops. He was age 20. Andrew Jackson was white. The records of colored troops serving in the Civil War have just recently become available online so you may not have had access to this information when you made your entry.

The problem with researching the Jackson name is that it is a common name with multiple entries for the first name. Many Daniel Jacksons served in the military.

Andrew Columbus Jackson was born in 1822 in Baltimore County Maryland and died 26 March 1881 in Baltimore City. A copy of his death certificate is on my Jackson site.

I hope this information and any other I can provide will allow you to confidently delete the family information you have on findagrave Memorial #2500800. I have attached a tombstone photo and military record.
Added by Gianna D on Sep 23, 2014 7:25 PM
Gianna D
Daniel Jackson
I sent you an email and added Daniel Jackson's military record to your memorial.
Added by Gianna D on Sep 23, 2014 10:30 AM
Gianna D
RE: Daniel Jackson
Thanks Will do.
Added by Gianna D on Sep 23, 2014 9:29 AM
Rebecca R
Jennie Newman
I created a memorial page for Jennie Newman (#136212125)
Added by Rebecca R on Sep 21, 2014 12:02 PM
In the Serret Shepardson lot (spelled Shepard) I have a picture of Russell grave stone, Clara and Lee. Russell was a child as well. the others I believe were the parents.
Added by bluelady on Sep 21, 2014 10:17 AM
Rebecca R
RE: Fred Newman
You're most welcome! Yes, I have Jennie M. Newman 1898-1965.
Added by Rebecca R on Sep 20, 2014 4:23 PM
Rebecca R
Fred Newman
Cecilia, I've fulfilled your photo request for Fred Newman at Acacia Masonic Memorial Park Cemetery in Mayfield Heights, OH. When taking the picture I noticed someone next to him named Jennie M Newman, she's not listed under spouse, nor does she have a memorial page. I have a picture of her marker and since you asked for Fred's I figured I would ask and see if you wanted hers too. Regards, Rebecca
Added by Rebecca R on Sep 19, 2014 3:17 PM
Charles Haynes @ StL Calvary
I am sorry, but we have not seen a stone for him and we have looked at least 2x, probably closer to 4x.

Please see the caption on the photo.

Added by Kathie on Sep 15, 2014 12:08 PM
You sent me suggestions for edits on the Fuller/Bayne Family~~ do you have PROOF of the name suggestions you submitted? I am not trying to be difficult but the records as they are written are straight from the Cemetery Records. Thank you for your help.
Added by Hereslooking4 on Aug 31, 2014 10:45 PM
Robert/Herbert Shephardson
Hello Cecilia :)
I have uploaded pics from Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, NJ, of their headstone (both on the same) as well as a closeup of their names. It was a gloomy late afternoon so they aren't sun-sharp. Should I wander to that area again on a sunny day, I'll retake them. I am not sure of their relationship (father/son?) so you may want to ask the memorial manager to link Herbert to Robert if they are in fact son/father.
Have a terrific day :) ~Berta
Added by BertaPep on Aug 31, 2014 7:43 AM
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