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|Ann Hamilton||RE: Mable B Schultz Dickson|
Thanks for your fast reply.
I have Mabel's maiden name as Blair. She married Walter Edward Schulz (b 26 Oct 1892; d 25 Jan 1922) son of Adolph Schulz and Anna Osterberg of Chicago, IL.
Walter enlisted in the Army in 1915. He re-enlisted one more time.
His father had died tragically when he was 12 and by the end of the war his mother was also dead. He had no siblings.
Walter served in the Panama Canal Zone and contracted TB. He was admitted to the US Home for Disabled Soldiers, Mountain Home in Johnson City, Tennessee where he was being treated.
During his stay at the hospital he met Mabel Blair and they were married 4 Sep 1919.
He spent little time outside of the hospital but he and Mabel did have a place they rented in Johnson City.
Walter Edward Shulz, Jr. (my husband's father and the Walter you see living with Mabel and Robert) was born 29 May 1920 in Johnson City, Tennessee.
Walter Edward Shulz, Sr. died 25 Jan 1922 and is buried in the graveyard at Mountain Home.
Mabel went on to marry another patient at the hospital, your Robert L. Dickson.
Walter, Jr. died not even knowing what city he was born in or that he was named after his father. I only discovered this throug research.
I do not have any pictures of Mabel or the Dicksons unfortunately. If you ever come across any, please let me know. I'm sure my husband would like to see what his grandmother Mabel looked like.
|Ann Hamilton||Mable B Schultz Dickson|
I see that you created this page for Mable. Do you mind me asking how in the world you knew her name was once Schultz? My husband is the only Schulz of this line still alive - Richard Schulz. I think her late husband only lived about two years after they were married. If you have any more information on her, I'd be thrilled to know. I've been pursuing her genealogy for years and have gotten nowhere.
|Hamilton Smith||Cross Cemetery|
Are you related to the residents of the Cross Cemetery? I am seeking info on George Tittle born in 1805, Virginia, USA and died in Dade Co., GA. on 10 Jan 1867. I don't know the cemetery. His daughter, Didama Tittle married William Denton Cross.
|Find-a-GraveTRP||RE: Elias Allred|
that makes him my 4th great grandfather. Nice to meet a relative on here :-)
|Find-a-GraveTRP||RE: Elias Allred|
William and Margaret are the parents of William Jasper Peeples, father of John Nicholas, my great grandfather
|John S. Sims||RE: 5-16-12|
Very good! I have done 4 things: I added the plot so a photographer can know where it is; I added a note on the surname variation; I added his military record; and I merged a duplicate memorial I had listed with a different spelling.
|John S. Sims||5-16-12|
According to the VA Graveside Register, the Dickson for whom you have requested a photo, is not buried at the Chattanooga Natl. Cemetery. Unless you can prove he is there, your photo request needs to be withdrawn and the memorial removed to a virtual list.
|Theresa Poulin||RE: John Solomon Timmons|
Yes, my records show his middle name as Solomon... if you're referring to John Timmons who was born 1862 and died 1931 (There are a lot of John Timmons' in my family). Now as I refer to my notes, I cannot see where the "Solomon" middle name is documented, but I can sleuth around. Are you wanting to find documentation of John's middle name specifically?
Thanks so much for writing and for posting Timmons informaton on this site.
I'm no relation to the Timmons, so I transferred two memorials to you so that you can personalize them and care for them.
Thank you for the family links for Lela Holden. I've made the changes.
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