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Virginia Wood (#47340419)
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Bio Photo Retired psychologist and amateur genealogist/photographer writing a novel about my ancestors' Civil War experiences.
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Tim Sutton
Book
Please tell me more about your book.
Added by Tim Sutton on Jul 26, 2014 8:11 AM
Toni Valentine
RE: Elias Sutton
CW Writer, Thanks for the nice comments. I have a local website that has information on where Elias was 1st buried; if you are interested. The Confederate Cemetery as not set up until 15 years after the battle. The Federal Cemetery was set-up 5 years after the battle. Let me know if you are interested in the website. Take care, Toni
Added by Toni Valentine on Sep 14, 2013 9:32 AM
Clarence Campbell
RE: Hugh Lindsey Patrick
No Lindsay died back in 1993. That is the only information I know of. Sorry CG Campbell
Added by Clarence Campbell on Feb 20, 2011 6:45 PM
Clarence Campbell
RE: Hugh Lindsey Patrick
Fill free to do so. Glad to do it.Several years ago in 1980's Lindsay Troxler told me the Stone was bought in by wagon and a team of mules.It came in on a train car to Brown Summit. Then put on a wagon to bring to the cemetery. They had to cross a creek got stuck or ran into high water took an extra couple day,s to get it there. This is second hand information. So I don't know if this true. CG Campbell
Added by Clarence Campbell on Feb 20, 2011 5:23 PM
Jason & Mitzie
RE: Sarah Sutton
Literacy wasn't very high on the priority list around here around the turn of the century and I think that spilled over to the grave carvers as well. I have seen some butchered family names in all my travels.I'd like to say that's why I missed them the first time through but I must have walked right past them because a lot of the other Suttons were buried right around them!
Added by Jason & Mitzie on Jan 31, 2011 12:03 PM
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Owen/Owens
I transferred you some from Bermuda Memorial.
Added by (inactive) on Jan 02, 2011 4:12 PM
Goldeneagle
Owen
You have requested a photo of E.L. Owen d: 1864. Blandford Cemetery has a E.L. Owen but his d: is 2-9-1866. Is this the Owen you are looking for?
Added by Goldeneagle on Jan 02, 2011 10:44 AM
Beth Bond
Re: Owen family
Hi,
I am sorry but I do not have any further back info on James E. Owen. I am not related to them but Louise Owen married Edgar Vaughan brother of my ancestor.
So they are in my tree.

God bless,
Beth
Added by Beth Bond on Jan 02, 2011 8:49 AM
(inactive)
RE: Owen
You're welcome. There is an Owens buried there also and I got that pic. Sometimes the VA has spelling mistakes. Owens was in the USCT though.
Added by (inactive) on Jan 01, 2011 9:07 AM
Mary E. Murphy
Thomas B Bryan Family
Hi Ginny:

I have the pictures of the other marked graves in the Bryan plot. Damaris Dyal Bryan is a second wife according to the 1910 census. Wallace Lee Bryan is a son by the first marriage.

If you would like to create their memorials, I will be glad to post their pictures. Otherwise, I can create their memorials and then transfer them to you.

I will send the census information via your regular email.

Mary
Added by Mary E. Murphy on Dec 18, 2010 7:59 PM
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