Hello Jan , Good to hear from you. I will certainly add the info you provided RE Henry Eames, BUT... he is of my family , but more distant than he is to you. Would you prefer I transfer this line to you? Would be glad to do so.
RE: Tuggle Hady Eames is buried next to H.M. and Ira E. HM is # 27, Ira is # 28 and Hady Eames is # 29 - all in the old section. the location they are in has alot more stones present! Cross your fingers. it will be at the end of Sep when I get up there...
William Tuggle Ms. Wyland; I received your inquiry about the headstone for Wm. Tuggle at Camp Nelson, Jessamine County, Kentucky. I did not create the Find A Grave memorial for Wm. Tuggle; the name of that person is at the bottom left of the memorial page. However, my suggestion would be to contact John Vanover, Cemetery Representative at Camp Nelson (Ph: 859-885-5727). Perhaps he can check the cemetery records and discern if there are any written records about Mr. Tuggle's burial on file with the cemetery. I don't know if there are written records dating back to the 1800's in the cemetery files, but he (or someone in that office) should be able to tell you if there are any existing records there, or where they might be if there are any elsewhere. Good Luck with your search. Sorry I could not be of more help. Blessings, Judi Fryer
RE: Tuggle Hello! Just got back from Germany and catching up on emails! (420)! I will be up in Macon last of September for cemetery visits! When did your great grandfather pass away, Henry? The local funeral home, right across from the Huntsville cemetery has a listing AND location for burials!
RE: Tuggle HELLO! I plan to go up there in September and I will see if I can locate and if no monument, I will take a pic of where she is located (smile)! Good to hear from you and I LIKE your profile picture!!!
RE: Mary Truesdale You might try familysearch.org. That has helped me quite a bit in my searches. I don't think that this is the same Mary. It looks like there are census records for her and William up into about 1910 at least. Give it a look and see if it helps at all. If not, you can ask for my help on anything.
Mary Truesdale I did some more checking and found she was married to Asa Truesdale/E 43 Ohio Infantry. She lived at the National Women's Relief Corp Home on Middle Ridge Rd., Madison, Lake County, OH and is buried in the lot for that home in Middle Ridge Cemetery. The requirement to live in the home was that you had to be a soldier, sailor, or widow, wife, child or mother of a soldier. I hope this will help with your search. Sorry the other message went out twice. The first time it was showing it hadn't gone.