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Retired U.S. Army Warrant Officer residing in Cochise County, Arizona.|
As the Graves Registration Officer for Cochise County, Arizona, for the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW), I research Union veterans of Cochise County. This takes me all over the United States. What I find that is not already posted I share with Find-A-Grave. Union virtual cemeteries include former members of Tombstone's Burnside Post and Bisbee's Kehoe/Stebbins Post, Grand Army of the Republic; Officers who served at Fort Mason, Arizona Territory, during the Civil War; and veterans of the Native California Cavalry--a Spanish language regiment that served during the Civil War.
"Siemsen Kin" Virtual Cemetery.
Deceased members of the Siemsen-Neuhoefel-Lemburg clans, which originated in Dithmarschen on the Jutland Peninsula. The Dithmarschers exterminated all 'titled nobility' within their realm in 1227 and established a republic with a written constitution and an elected government. They successfully defended their independence against the forces of Schleswig and Holstein and the Kingdom of Denmark for more than three centuries. Their greatest victory against the Danes was at Hemmingstedt in February 1500. The Danes and Holsteiners finally defeated Dithmarschen's army of free militia in 1559. To recall their years of independence the Dithmarschers inscribed 'Ditmarsia Libera Fuit' (Latin: 'Dithmarschen was free') on buildings, boundary markers, and even grave stones. I have included it on the biographies of those who were born in Dithmarschen.
Casillas-Lugo Virtual Cemetery.
"Hey, what about my family?" OK, dear, here they are! Many of them were early Hispanic pioneers of (Alta) California and Arizona (pre-1848).
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|Romper90069||RE: Downer/Hulbert Photos|
Hey Steve, Did not know this was you! You might remember me from doing a bunch of photos for you at LA National....hope you are well..
# 3528985 was 3rd California Infantry, Civil War. It looks like you've added virtual cemeteries. I wasn't sure if you wanted to know about him if he wasn't already in your cemetery.
Added by Carol on May 14, 2013 3:53 PM
|KJ Heald||Frederick B. Robjent|
Thanks for the interesting information!
I have added it to the memorial.
Added by KJ Heald on May 13, 2013 11:26 AM
|Dennis Holck||John J. Trimble (unknown - unknown)|
John J. Trimble (unknown - unknown)
You tell me where it is in the Jackson City Cemetery and I'd be happy to photograph it.
|Richard Juhl||Jesus Castillo @ San Francisco Nat'l Cem|
Steve....I added a new photo for Jesus Castillo #80681900. The old one was too dark, taken on a cloudy day.
|mwodonnnell||Daniel David O'Donnell|
Thank you for your time and research on civil war vets. Daniel was my great grandfather and I have researched his family tree for years and have never seen the name David before. I am very curious where the David name came from as Daniel was born in Ireland.
|Alice Morton||Hello Steve|
This is Alice Morton back with you about Charles N. Moe #95130062 buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Los Angeles. As I had mentioned to you I was not 100 per cent certain this was the right man due to the fact we had no proof of him having a son Charles Willie (W.) Moe..I just got back from Salem where the state archives are located. I got the divorce papers for Ellen and Charles Moe...Yea! in the papers it says minor children Deseret, Rachel, CHARLES.W. and Sarah Ella (called Ora Ella). Charles Willie is listed as age 7 so that puts his birth at 1869. He is the son of Ellen and Charles so that puts that problem to rest..
You have Charles Willie as unknown mother.
|Linda ||Marking grave w/fag|
I got sidetracked while on Find a Grave--imagine that!--and read your suggestion to one of the photo volunteers re: marking an unmarked grave with a flag and then taking a photo showing the relationship w/graves near by. What a fabulous suggestion! A suggestion that I will start doing.
Added by Linda on Apr 08, 2013 10:53 AM
|Gerry Jean||RE: George Hogue Photo|
Steve ... done! Two things: Ivon has 2 memorial pages: one set up by you + one by someone else ... I uploaded the photos to both.
There's a memorial page for a Michael P. Laramie, d. 1954; he's interred in the same burial site as the others. Do you want him also to have the photos I took?
|Lynn Marie Vint||DeWitt Clinton Dix, Sr.|
I've linked the children of DeWitt Clinton Dix, Sr. to his Find A Grave memorial.
Thank you very much for taking the time to send the information!
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