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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
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
I transferred you some from Bermuda Memorial.
Added by (inactive) on Jan 02, 2011 4:12 PM
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
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,
Added by Beth Bond on Jan 02, 2011 8:49 AM
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.

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