|Russian Blue (#47546667)|
| || member for 5 years, 5 months, 14 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
|No bio available.|
|Messages left for Russian Blue (22)||[Leave Message]|
|angelina kretzschmar||JAYDEN FAUSNIGHT|
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR FINDING HIS GRAVE. HE DIED SO YOUNG TOO. HE HAS A BEAUTIFUL MARKER TOO. HIS PARENTS ARE ALIVE SO HE IS NOT LINKED TO HIS PARENTS. ANGELINA KRETZSCHMAR, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
|Odette||RE: Phoebe Young (35458590)|
Thank you very much for this obit, I added it to her memorial. It is much appreciated and provided some information that I did not have.
Added by Odette on Oct 24, 2013 3:58 PM
|Boggy49||Pvt. William R. Myers|
I see that you are managing the memorial for Pvt. William R. Myers. He is my 3rd great-grandfather and a addition to his memorial should be made. His birth date should read 03 March 1830 in Alden, Erie, NY. He volunteered for a 3 month tour of duty in Co A, 2nd Illinois Calvary. After that tour, he again volunteered to the Gunboat Service in Cairo, Illinois. After that discharge he joined the regular Army in Co. E, 2nd Illinois Calvary. He was captured by the Confederates at Clinton Station during Sherman's march to the Sea and spent the last part of the War in a Prison Camp. After the War he went to work as a Telegraph Repairman/Electrision for the Sprinfield, Ill and Missouri Telegraph Co., later bought out by Western Union.
A note: William's brother Addison was the first Union soldier to fire his cannon at Confederates at Fort Sumter starting the Civil War.
Added by Boggy49 on May 23, 2013 8:52 AM
|R. Maas||Ruth E. Townsend|
I am wondering if your Grandmother Ruth's maiden name was Schumacher. She would be my great aunt. Thanks for your time. I can be contacted at
Added by R. Maas on Apr 18, 2013 4:09 PM
|Dorie Winchester||Orlando Casler|
I do not believe that Orlando Casler (some times spelled Cassler) has a headstone. He has a GAR marker. I would like to see some one have the military issue a stone for him. I don't know if his being named a murderer is true or not, but I DO KNOW he was a Civil War Veteran; he received an honorable discharge & should have a headstone.
Casler is not buried in a prison cemetery. It was suggested that Casler's grave should not cause a stir, therefore it would be better to not have a stone for him. Nothing is said about who wanted his burial in Beaver Crossing kept quiet, but I would wonder about his family; as some were fairly important people. Now he nothing more than history & I still feel he deserves his military headstone.
His farm was even sold at a sheriff's sale to pay for his execution. How sad for his wife & children.
I'm the anon who left flowers for him.
|Patricia Witman Feaster||RE: John Quigel|
You are very welcome.
|1_Heavilin||RE: Hiram Hill|
You're welcome - luckily, it was a real nice (for the middle of winter) day - take care.
|Dawn Albrecht||RE: Robert Hiland|
it was my pleasure ; )
|LB||RE: Hartman Kessler|
Not a problem, I also linked his wife and daughter to the memorial. Are you going to order a military headstone for him? There was not one there and I know that you can get one ordered in that situation. Let me know :) . ~Linda
Added by LB on Dec 29, 2011 4:22 PM
|Mr.B||RE: Henry L. Smith|
Your very welcome, I hope the picture was good enough to read, i have the originals if you need them, I took more that i didnt post
Added by Mr.B on Dec 18, 2011 1:33 AM
|[View all messages...]|