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The purpose, aims and objectives of The Descendants of Mexican War Veterans are:|
To associate in one united body, descendants of American military veterans of the U.S.-Mexican War of 1846-1848 and to cultivate and perpetuate the ties of fraternity and friendship entailed thereof.
To perpetuate the memory and spirit of the American soldiers and sailors who served their country during the U.S.-Mexican War of 1846-1848.
To foster the preservation of documents and relics of the U.S.-Mexican War of 1846-1848.
To urge, encourage, and assist in activities designed to increased public awareness and understanding of the U.S.-Mexican War of 1846-1848 and its participants.
To establish a facility devoted to study, research and understanding of the U.S.-Mexican War of 1846-1848 and its participants.
To secure and memorialize historic sites within the boundaries of the United States which are connected with the history of the U.S.-Mexican War of 1846-1848 by erecting markers or other monuments thereon.
To encourage the publication of records of individual soldiers and sailors of the U.S.-Mexican War of 1846-1848, as well as the general history of that war in all its aspects.
To promote the annual celebration or observance of certain momentous events in the history of the U.S.-Mexican War of 1846-1848.
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|Cathy Buckley||John P. Everett|
Please add Rev. John P. Everett who is buried at Shiloh Cemetery in Bernice, La. Everett was a member of the First REgiment Alabama Vols out of Perry County Alabama. He was appointed as 4th Sgt. on April 19, 1847 while enroute to Jalapa, Mexico. He is mentioned in the Mexican War Diary of Cpt. William G. Coleman. He began receiving a pension on July 24, 1881 and his wife received a widow;s pension.
|Julius Redmond||USA Vets.|
81 graves have been detected at the Camp Jefferson Davis site. Using a 1893 map, GPS and Divining rods they were located. 113 unmarked graves about 3000 west were detected but most are believed to be Union and Confederate Vets. I also worked with the Jackson County Genealogy Society in exhuming and reburial of six 1848 USA officers from Greenwood Island. In 1848 we had three camps in Jackson County, Jefferson Davis, Lawson and Corrine (Dragoons).
|Scott A. Lee||Alfred Eveland|
Please add Alfred Eveland (52159765) to your registry. Alfred served in Co E, 48th IL Vol Inf. He is buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, Independence, Jackson, MO. He is my gr gr gr grandfather. Thank you.
|Elizabeth Needham||George W Croshaw|
His wife Betsy Thurston Croshaw is also on the headstone. Can you transfer to me for a time so that I can update them both - they are Mayflower descendants and I would like to link the other family memorials and names. If, that does not happen then I have to create a duplicate and I would prefer not to do that. Thank you.
|H. E. Gullion Baer||Anderson Gullion|
Please add my Great great Uncle Anderson Gullion. He was in the Mexican War. Alabama Co A 3 US Rangoon . His find a grave memorial is #22764158. He is listed as Mexican War Veteran on his Tombstone. Thank you very much.
|Ron Mitchell||mexican war vet|
James L. Claybourne, buried in Crown Point Cemetary Kokomo, Howard County, Indiana was a bugler for Company E, 1st. Regiment Tennessee mounted infantry under Capt. Benjamin Cheatham.
|Dennis Healy||Loudon Park Ntl-Bowers|
not buried in LPN maybe Loudon Park
|Stevan Rich||RE: Mexican War Veterans|
Happy to! If there are any others please let me know. I think the remaining guys in Mexico City are Civil War vets, but some may have served MW as well.
|Stevan Rich||Mexico Cemetery|
There are various Mexican War vets buried there. I just now transferred Slaughter. May I transfer the others?
Thank you very much for the fast response!
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