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|Bob Olsen||RE: JEB Stuart|
Just a quick note, I had my thumb operated on a month ago, the surgeon was JEB Stuart V, JEB Stuart VI is fighting fires in Montana. Bob
|Bob Olsen||John W Munson|
Internment 10 June 1942 Removed 25 June 1942 with three other family members to Kensico Cemetery, Valhalla New York Cemetery map 2B2 Section 202 Lot 12875
|W. Warder||Photo request for James Nalls # 139779888 Rock Creek Cemetery DC|
The Rock Creek interment records list the surname as Nolls, as far as I can tell. There is not a record for James Nalls that I can find.
I did search for a headstone for James Nalls/Nolls in Section N, Lot 058 and the only markers were for the surnames: McAuley, Reamer and Tanner.
If you would like me to take a photo of the lot I would be happy to do so, please just let me know. If not, would you kindly consider removing the photo request?
If you find James Nalls in another section/lot in the RC records link, please pass it on and I will look again.
Have a great evening!
|Jane ||Alexander FIsher|
The cemetery office has no record of this person buried in Fairfax Cemetery. You can call the cemetery office to discuss this with them. Perhaps try the other cemeteries in the area, such as Fairfax City Cemetery? If you find burial location, then repost request..
Added by Jane on Jan 30, 2015 7:32 AM
|A.C. Rogers||James Ford Memorial|
Three surveys of Richmond Cemetery have been completed in the past and none found a tombstone for James Ford. I also checked the Ray County tombstone records and did find a James T. Ford, b. 1868 d. 1961 buried in South Point Cemetery near Orrick, MO.
If you think that this is the correct person, you should cancel your request for a Richmond Cemetery photograph and request a photograph from South Point. Otherwise, let me know and I will post a general picture of Richmond Cemetery to satisfy your request.
|LISA ||Thumb Run - James Royston|
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Nov 15, 2013 Thumb Run Baptist Church ...
According to the inventory that was done in 2005, James might be here but there is no marker for his grave. Check out the attached website for Fauquier County. Hope this helps!
Added by LISA on Jan 02, 2014 6:15 AM
|Dennis Healy||New Cathedral Reardon|
section H grave 160 no stone
|Marie Causley||Sharon Cemetery Requests|
I could not find any documentation supporting the burial placement of Hugh Thomas Smart or Joseph W. Davis. I note that they both served under Mosby's Command. Consequently, I took a leap of faith that they may both be buried in the Confederate Circle. There are numerous grave markers surrounding the monument. None list Smart or Davis, but several of the stones are unreadable. I did take pictures of the Confederate Circle memorial and will place them online on the Find A Grave site.
There is no office on-site at the cemetery to enable me to inquire further. Hope this helps.
|Joel Shore||James Simpson (1864) in Mt Hope|
Regarding your photo request for James Simpson (1864) in Mt Hope Cemetery, Rochester, NY: Unfortunately, the internment records for the cemetery (http://www.lib.rochester.edu/IN/RBSCP/Databases/IMAGES/MtHope/disc1/00000703.pdf) list his burial location as "Vault". This is unfortunately a dead end, as it refers to what was apparently a temporary storage facility (e.g., that they used until the ground thawed enough in the spring to bury people).
If you want to try to figure out where he might be, I would recommend that you could do the following:
(1) Look at this online survey of surviving legible tombstones in the various sections of the cemetery for his name: http://mcnygenealogy.com/cem/mh-intro.htm (focusing on the older sections).
(2) Look at the online internment records here http://www.lib.rochester.edu/index.cfm?PAGE=3310 to find where other Simpson's are buried. You can then look at online plot maps (http://nyrgs.org/cemeteryRecords/index1.htm and http://nyrgs.org/cemeteryRecords/index2.htm) for those lots and see if you can find him in one of them.
These are rather painstaking processes, but unfortunately I don't know of any other way to track him down in this very large municipal cemetery that contains some 300,000 burials.
|Dennis Healy||Loudon Park NTL.-Hitchcock|
not buried in LPN maybe in Loudon Park next to LPN,also 4 Holland's buried in LPN Agnes 8/30/1933,J 3/19/1864,Nelson 6/17/1935 and Samuel 1/26/1906
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