|Gay Hobt Morton||James McClanahan|
Thank you for checking on the grave of this Civil War soldier buried at Stones River. I will lists his grave as unmarked for the grave registy of Civil War soldiers from the counties of East Tennessee at the East tennessee History Center. He was from Blount Co.
|Michelle Kidd-Johnson||Stones River National Cemetery|
I saw you claimed a bunch of photo requests and I am trying to find out if my gr. gr. gr. grandfather might be buried there. He died in the Civil War and possibly in The Battle of Stones River (Murfreesboro) Dec 1862. If you have time could you check the office and see if they have any record of a James L Kidd? I live in California and I would truly appreciate your help. I have not added James to this cemetery as I am not sure where he is buried. Thank you so much! :)
Thank you so much for trying.
Added by Tawny on Jun 26, 2014 2:52 PM
|Heather Cottrell||Isaac Hollenback|
Thank you very much for taking this photo for me. Isaac also had a brother that served for the Union and died in the War. He is buried in Indiana.
|Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War||Stones River Photos IV|
Thanks again for taking all those great photos for us!
Many thanks for getting the photo for William Trudgian at Stones River!
Added by WendyT on Jun 14, 2014 5:18 AM
|Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War||Stones River Photos III|
Thanks again for taking the time to get these photos. I'm sorry you duplicated another graver's photos on a couple of those. Why he didn't claim them before taking the shots is unknown to me. I would never ask anyone to get a photo of a grave that's already present on the memorial.
Thank you Brent for the photo help looks great
Thank you very much for the photo for William at Donnell. Your help is invaluable and truly appreciated.
|Kathryn Cooke Pitcher||Robert Foster Marshall|
Thank you sooooo much for taking the photo of his grave. (heart) - Kathryn Pitcher - Direct Descendant
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