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Photo: In the Meadow|
By Auguste Renoir (French, Limoges 1841–1919 Cagnes-sur-Mer); Date: 1888–92
Medium: Oil on canvas; Dimensions: 32 x 25 3/4 in. (81.3 x 65.4 cm); Credit Line: Bequest of Sam A. Lewisohn, 1951
Please Note: I am not Find A Grave memorial creator unless I am asked to create memorials. I am a genealogist (24 July 2015).
In October 2013, I found information that a very distant relative, Sargent Reuben C Couch, who fought on the Union side of the American Civil War, captured, became a prisoner of war and was sent to Salisbury Confederate Prison in North Carolina, USA.
This virtual cemetery is dedicated to the individuals (Union soldier's, southern political discontents and others) who were incarcerated at Salisbury Confederate Prison and interned in one of the eighteen(18) burial trenches in Salisbury National Cemetery. Most of their names are unknown and are only found by individual research, as I did because no records were found at Salisbury Confederate Prison of the dead prisoners. The virtual cemetery was created 28 Oct 2013.
Salisbury Confederate Prison - Salisbury National Cemetery.
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|Brian Richardson||William H (Harnden) Bradley|
Hello, William Bradley is my 5th great grandfather, Delilah Bradley is my 4th great grandmother. I am trying to find documentation connecting them. Can you help?
About a year ago you helped me find my husbands uncle and grandfather, William F Browning's. I am trying to get a handle on this site and am getting so many nasy and negitive comments and messages. You were so kind and helpful and I was wondering if there was a way to private message so I could maaybe ask a few questions. Thank you so much for your time but only if you have it to spare.
Christine M Browning
|Michael Moore||James Lister|
Sorry, I forgot to mention the obvious: James Lister's memorial is number 101647719.
|Michael Moore||James Lister ( Apr. 24, 1849 - Aug. 13, 1910)|
I believe, with a fairly high degree of confidence, that the parents of James Lister are William Lister (93623712) and Mary Ann Beatie (93623570). But, knowing your very scholarly and meticulous approach to genealogy, I am reluctant to 'make the linkage' myself on this memorial that you have created.
I had a heck of a time tracking down census records for his father, William Lister (abt 1821 Ireland - Mar. 22, 1904 Newport, Compton, Estrie, Québec). I found him in 1852, 1861, and 1871 in Gore, Argenteuil, Québec, Canada - as well as numerous baptism records for his kids, who were born between 1846 and 1871. I could not find a 1881 census record for the father.
In 1891 and 1901, he was living with several of his kids in Riverside, Lisgar, Selkirk, Manitoba.
If you are satisfied with this evidence after you have a look at it, please connect James with his parents.
|Katherine Woldridge||Ollie Crum|
Email for Kathy Woldridge: Imtaurus4u@msn.com
|Katherine Woldridge||Ollie Matilda Goode Crum Mem#131397140|
Hello, my name is Kathy Woldridge and I'm working the ancestry for a neighbor who is a descendant of Ollie Crum. She is a Crum. Anyway, according to Ollies' death certificate, she died Dec. 6, 1926 instead of what this memorial has listed. 24 Apr 1918. Andrew Jackson Crum passed on that date but now Ollie. If you wouldn't mind correcting the entry, it will be greatly appreciated. In the near future, Shirley Crum and I will locate the graves, take pics. She has intentions of placing labeled stones for her ancestors where there is none. Once that is done, I will submit the pics, if available, to you to add to the memorial. Thank You, Kathy Woldridge
|Shirley Tort||RE: Sgt James Garth Fish Find A Grave Memorial# 56156175|
You are very welcome, Margaret. We owe our young fallen men, women and their families a great deal so we do what we can to remember them all. Shirley
As per your request the memorial has been removed.
Added by jaynetty on Dec 05, 2015 10:52 AM
|Chief Rick Stone Family Foundation||CPL Hylbert Leffell|
CPL Leffell is one of over 500 missing heroes from the Battle of Tarawa for whom our founder did extensive research to help find and return home while a member of the Department of Defense. Our family charitable foundation has continued these efforts. We have a great deal of information which we would like to share with the family. If you are a family member, please contact our charitable foundation on the web at www.ChiefRickStone.com as soon as possible. There is absolutely no charge for our services.
The Chief Rick Stone and Family Charitable Foundation
|Michael Moore||John Arnott, husband of Eliza Boyd|
FYI, I have linked John Arnott, first husband of Eliza Boyd, to Eliza Boyd's memorial 101647327.
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