|Judy Martin (#47733679)|
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|Bradley Moody||Hugh de Lusignan|
I added his burial location you sent in your SAC. I did not change death location as a souce I have has that. But if you have a more reliable souce I will change it. Please email me with your line from him to you. Use my email address on my profile.
|Peggy Sue||Headstone of Amanda Wood|
Unfortunately, Amanda's stone could not be photo'd to where you could see the engraving, but my husband and I could read it by touch. Your headstones dates appear to be correct. It is a beautiful plot and quite peaceful there. Peggy Sue
|FamilyHunt||isiah standridge, # 93890037|
Hollywood cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. I have added to FindAgrave memorial, a map of soldiers section.
Most of the civil war soldiers buried here are in mass graves. Less than 10% of all soldiers have a grave marker. Any burial identified as being in section U, W or lot 703 .... is a mass grave.
Hollywood is a private cemetery. It is well funded and has a friendly, helpful, full time staff that can help with inquiries regarding burials. Please note, many civil war soldiers were not identified. Civil war death records were made by volunteers therefore much information is incorrect, incomplete or non existent.
If you would like me to remove map from memorial, please let me know.
|Carol Cotton||Pleasant Standridge|
Thanks for the info. I corrected date and location of death. I left his birthdate as is as it corresponds with his death certificate which I've posted here.
|Daniel Pletcher||RE: Mary E Martin|
|Dennis Healy||Mt Olivet-Maton|
no stone for Grver buried in Dixon plot
|C. Bryan||RE: Millard Marshall Cole|
You are very welcome, I appreciate your kind words. cb
Added by C. Bryan on Oct 02, 2012 8:19 PM
|Raymond C Whisnant||The will of Charity's father.|
Would it be possible for you to send me a copy of her father's will? I am a direct line descendant of Charity's and would find this very interesting.
|Raymond C Whisnant||Additional info concerning Charity|
eMail 2009-02-01 from Les Black concerning Charity and her son Henry: "Henry's middle name is Etris. I was told this by a relative now dead. I believe his mother Charity is Charity Etris, daughter of Henry Etters who decedents were closely linked to the Whisenant's who moved from York South Carolina to Habersham Georgia. I am basing this on Henry's middle name, time and location of Adam and Charity's marriage and on-going linkages with the Etris family continuing from York South Carolina and down into Georgia. And finally Charity was born in 1771 in Virginia and the Henry Etters family was in the Virginia at the time. It may coincidence that Charity is a daughter of another Palatine German family who removed from Virginia to York South Carolina and just so happened to name her second son after Henry Etters (Etris, Ettris, etc.)". Note: Based on this information alone I have placed Charity in the family of Henry Etters.
|Raymond C Whisnant||Charity's surname|
Re: Charity [unknown] Whisenant, Memorial #19547702
You mentioned that Charity's surname (maiden name?) was Ettress, but you didn't tell how you figured this out. I really would like to know for sure that her "maiden" name was "Ettress". Any evidence?
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