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|Lineage Quest||Sgt John Frakes|
Thank you so much for the excellent photo of John's civil war headstone. Your contributions are very much appreciated.
I wanted to properly thank you for fulfilling my request for a photo to add to Vestal Audrey Striplin Jackson's memorial. It is beautiful. You kindness and hard work is greatly appreciated by me. Have a nice weekend. Best Regards, Deborah
|mindy harrelson||Simon Snyder|
Thanks for enlightening me. I did a double take and found that he was buried Campbell County Jellico Cemetery. Thank you for checking as I was happy to find his grave. Thanks again Mindy Harrelson
|Rick Bryant||Obediah Stover - Nashville National Cemetery|
Thank you so much, my friend, for taking the picture of my ggg grandfather's marker. Not many people are aware that there was a unit of cavalry from Alabama composed of loyalists that served in the Union army. Your kindness is greatly appreciated!
|Baxter B. Fite III||Henry Hall, Nashville National Cemetery|
Dear Family Guy, I want to Thank You for getting the picture of Henry Hall, who is buried in the Nashville National Cemetery. I was really hoping that he turned out to be from Illinois. I have been searching for the remains of Private Henry Hall, of Co. F of the 86th Illinois, who died on December 18, 1862 in Gallatin, Tennessee. The remains of the Gallatin dead were moved to Nashville in 1866 and 1867 and I was hoping that he was the Henry Hall who was buried in the Nashville National Cemetery. As this Henry Hall is listed from Ohio and of course his death date is three weeks off, I am now certain that this is not the Henry Hall I hoped it was. I was hoping to find out if the Gallatin dead were all in one area, but I've never been able to find this out. There were about 745 Union men moved from Gallatin. Thanks for all you're doing for Find A Grave. Sincerely, Baxter
|Allison Ferris Pierce||Manning Grave Photos|
Thank you so much for the beautiful photos you took of the Manning gravestone; the photos are superb, and we very much appreciate the time you spent doing them.
|Gary L. Pettit||A. Pettit|
thank you for the photo of Mr. Pettits tombstone.
|connie jansen||J Somerville/Nashville Nat'l Cem|
Thank you so much for this photo.
Connie Sommerville Jansen