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CindyS
RE: Johnson's Island Cem.
Sorry but do you have me confused with someone else? or maybe the name? The name or conversation does not ring a bell. The only Holt that I had added to this cemetery (also known as Confederate Stockade Cemetery) was a Pvt Robert M Holt. G.W. Holt and or George W Holt is a very common name and many research pages come up when you input his name. Without having a date of death or hometown he would be hard to research. Sorry I couldn't be of more help. Cindy
Added by CindyS on Jul 22, 2014 9:15 PM
Stephen Street
RE: lt. Holt - Johnson's Island Cem
Mr. McHugh;

Lt. James Caleb Holt's parents (as best I know) are John, Sr. & Anna (Annie) Holt. James and his brother George W. were both captured at Big Black River, MS on 5/17/1863 and both died in prison. James on 1/6/1865 and George on 3/12/1865. Both names appear on the same tombstone in the Holt section of Macedonia cemetery.

This cemetery has been mapped and both map and an updated internment list are available at the Hamblen County Archives. Hopefully by the end of this month (July)the updated internment lists for a number of our cemeteries will be posted on line: www.tngenweb.org/hamblen/cemeteries. Hope this helps in your search.
Added by Stephen Street on Jul 21, 2014 5:59 PM
Jeffrey Mills
RE: Re: John Chapman locust grove cemetery
I can tell you this - all of the burials with markers that existd at the time I "read" the cemetery are on here. So, If he isn't listed he must not have a marker. Also, at the time I di my reading of Locust Grove, I learned that the City had lost all of their records of burials in that cemetery in a fire....so if he is htere and unmarked, it may be hard to find out. Perhaps his military records from Wahsington, D.C. might give you some inkling of where to look for him. Hope this is of some limited help in your search!
Added by Jeffrey Mills on Apr 18, 2013 4:24 AM
CindyS
RE: capt. Fuller ( on Johnsons Is)
Good Morning - Do you have Capt. Fullers Findagrave number? I do not see a Capt Fuller that I added in Ohio or Louisiana. Thanks - Cindy
Added by CindyS on Oct 17, 2012 6:21 AM
Donna McCurley
RE: capt e w fuller - rosewood cemetery
Unfortunately I have no additional knowledge of Fuller or his wife. I just took photos of what was in the cemetery.

Donna
Added by Donna McCurley on Sep 13, 2012 4:27 AM
Carl
RE: E W Fuller & Mary Fuller Lawrence co Ohio
My information came from a listing for the Fuller Cemetery in Rome Twp. I have never even been to the cemetery. I know it is located at Rome Twp near the Ohio River. I was told you go back a lane next to the fire house on old route 7. According to the inscription Mary was the wife of Gen Alphonso T.F. Fuller. I can obtain more detailed directions to the cemetery if you are interested. If I can help you any further feel free to ask.

cmurdock@hotmail.com
Added by Carl on Sep 12, 2012 8:28 PM
 

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