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Jeannette Allison Hall (#47643728)
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Cindy Smith
RE: Elizabeth Simpson
glad your happy :)
Added by Cindy Smith on May 15, 2014 9:12 AM
Cindy Smith
RE: Elizabeth Simpson
sent it hope you received it.
Added by Cindy Smith on May 15, 2014 4:17 AM
Cindy Smith
RE: Elizabeth Simpson
your very welcome. Glad to help!!!!
Added by Cindy Smith on May 14, 2014 3:11 PM
Cindy Smith
RE: Elizabeth Simpson
I have a close up if you want it so you
Added by Cindy Smith on May 14, 2014 12:03 PM
Terry Foenander
Henry T. Bragdon
The only data I have for Henry is from the 1860 census, and the Naval Official records, as follows:

resided as a sailor, in 1860, at the residence of Charles and Elizabeth Gutridge, in Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; ordinary seaman, side wheeled steamer CSS Rappahannock, Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers, Virginia, 1861 1862.
Added by Terry Foenander on Jan 14, 2014 11:36 AM
Terry Foenander
Charles E. Bragdon
No connection at all to the family. Just researching all personnel of the Confederate Navy.
Added by Terry Foenander on Jan 14, 2014 7:59 AM
Terry Foenander
Charles Edward Bragdon
I have the following data (with original sources cited) shown for Confederate sailor Bragdon:

Charles E. Bragdon, born Fredericksburg, Virginia, December, 1842; brother of ordinary seaman Henry T. Bragdon, listed below; resided as a sailor, in 1860, at the residence of Charles and Elizabeth Gutridge, in Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; acting master's mate, Confederate States Navy; served aboard the CSS Richmond, 1864; shown to be at the Naval Hospital, Richmond, Virginia, in October, 1864; resided as a clerk, in 1870, with his wife, Mary M. Bragdon, at Fredericksburg, Virginia, and was employed at the firm of A. K. Phillips & Co.; shown to be a widower, in 1880, residing with his three children at Fredericksburg; remarried in 1882 and lived, as an assistant post master, with his second wife, Annie B. (Thomas) Bragdon, at Fredericksburg, in 1900; died at his home at Main Street, Fredericksburg, on Saturday, December 5, 1903. [ORN 1, 10, 671 & 766; Register1864; LVa see application papers of Charles Layton for entry to the Robert E. Lee, Camp 1, Confederate Veterans' Home, Richmond, Virginia, dated November, 1892; 1860 U.S. Census; 1870 U.S. Census; 1880 U.S. Census; 1900 U.S. Census; The Free Lance (Fredericksburg) dated Tuesday, December 8, 1903, page 3.]
Added by Terry Foenander on Jan 14, 2014 1:16 AM
Calmly Searching
Allison
I dont have an account but i have been able to go around them,John W. Allison Fauquier, Co..., Virginia,Jane Allison to Austin Ford,Most of my relatives went to Ark and Mo.Nm and TX,Robert L Allison to Delilia C # 27370110,Edgar Raymond Allison # 57443675,to Elsie Honey,Leslie Raymond Allison 64018727,to Dorothy W Allen,Darlene Adair Allison,was my mother.I knew of the ford allison connection from ancestory.com. Larry Stegall was a huge help from Honey side.I was born 1968 and raised in Va beach. I'm in Portsmouth,Va now.I would love to see anything you can dig up from ancestory.com :) ,Take care and god bless
Added by Calmly Searching on Jan 28, 2013 11:12 PM
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Allison
Im pretty sure we are related,Howdy cousin :)
Added by Calmly Searching on Jan 28, 2013 1:45 PM
Dave & Lois Ashworth
RE: Old LaGrone/Clements Cemetery
Yes. We received your message. Our intent is to print out your message and take it to the folks over at the Ingram Chapel Methodist Church (also called LaGrone Chapel & cemetery) and see if they would know who to pass the message on to. Perhaps they have a church group that would the cemetery.
Added by Dave & Lois Ashworth on Jan 16, 2013 4:09 PM
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