|Terry Weigandt Joyner (#47404542)|
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I am happy to take photo requests. Please note that I work full time, am a full time student, and I'm the mother of an active 5 year old. Often I can provide larger sized photos via email.|
Some of my, and my husband's, family names being researched are listed in my virtual cemeteries, at the moment the majority are mine. The list is growing.
I make visits to Andersonville National Cemetery to visit with my mom and brother and to put flowers on their graves. When I make these trips I take photos for others. I try to pop in and look in the cemetery database located in the lobby. If you would like to look for information in that database without having to visit the cemetery - it was made public by the family of Jack Lundquist who developed it. When he passed away in 2009 his family put it on line at:
While there may be a few errors it easy to contact the cemetery officials via email and work through the issue and if necessary correct records which I have been able to do on several occassions.
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|Cynthia Plummer||Maxine Brewer|
Hi. I went over today on the 13th of June hoping Maxine's headstone would be engraved. It hasn't yet but I took a photo of it anyway. If you would like me to put it up I will. Then just request another photo and I will keep checking until it is completed.
|Jack Davison||RE: Don Eibert #109913499|
Thanks , Terry; A few months ago, after my brother got me hooked, Istarted a virtual Cemetery for my !953 USNA classmates, including even the ones did not know myself (classes have grown so large today that some of us only know each orher at most by reputation). It has been well received by classmates and families, and keeps me well occupied in my declining years (60 years after graduation).
|Tangent||RE: Pvt. James Howard Benjamin|
I will be visiting Andersonville June 8 to meet a fellow graver visiting the area. Care to join us? Front gate at opening time :)
While there, I will pay my respects to Pvt. Benjamin and take a "long view" photo of his grave. I am so very pleased that his memorial did not have to wait on my going back there.
Thank you for the education about re-interments. I have wounded veterans in my friends and family, but no one who was KIA.
One thing on my "to do one of these days" list is to visit the cemetery in Montezuma and visit Pvt. Benjamin's prior grave to photograph, enter memorial, and then obtain the cenotaph designation. If I find out where in HI the original burial was, I will do the same for it ... without going in person, lol. Although it's a great excuse to take a nice Hawaiian vacation.
Added by Tangent on May 30, 2013 12:03 PM
|Tangent||Pvt. James Howard Benjamin|
Thank you for photographing his permanent marker.
I haven't been back to Andersonville since his re-interment ceremony in 2011.
Added by Tangent on May 29, 2013 5:09 PM
|Dan and Karen Read||Photo requests|
I searched for the Argyles, and also the Infant Danner graves you had requested photos for. I could not find any markers in the sections where they are supposed to be. I will double check the locations and if I get any different information I will try that. The sections searched do have areas without markers, so the markers could be missing, or in the case of flat markers they could be buried. Markers have been buried here in the past, though many have been found and cleaned up.
|Bud||RE: Pvt Robert Bell|
Good Morning Terry.
Thanks, that should help anyone looking for him. We took the Grand children down there twice for a history lesson. I walked the cemetery mainly looking for Tenn, WVa and CT graves.
Best regards, Bud
Added by Bud on May 27, 2013 11:04 PM
|Bud||Pvt Robert Bell|
I could not find the duplicate until I tried 'Bell'.
I decided not delete mine as there is either an error in the records, I doubt this, or the headstone maker. I added a note to the memorial.
Nice photo you put one, and glad to see anohter taking photos down there.
Best regards to you and all yours, Bud.
Added by Bud on May 27, 2013 5:46 AM
Thank you so much for taking the photo of my uncle's tombstone. I appreciate the promptness and your time very much.
Added by Cece on May 24, 2013 8:41 PM
|Sue||RE: 109084126 - Harley P Argyle|
Your welcome, any time.
Added by Sue on May 22, 2013 2:12 AM
|Sue||RE: 109084126 - Harley P Argyle|
There all 3 Argyle's are now transferred to you. Please let me know if I have any other family of yours or your husbands and I will transferred those as well if you want them. Thanks..
Added by Sue on May 17, 2013 11:43 PM
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