|Lewis Knudsen (#48241064)|
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Thank you so much for taking your time and effort to take the photos of my Aunt "Bill" and Uncle "Gene".
To me photos seem to complete a memorial for each individual and I appreciate everyone creating or contributing to the accuracy of any memorial.
Added by pallred on Nov 04, 2013 5:35 PM
|Allen Reedy Curtis||Worth Manning Beacham|
Lewis, I just added his memorial; please add the photo you mentioned earlier. Thank you very much for your help!!
|Allen Reedy Curtis||Margaret Beacham|
Lewis: thank you for the photo! Did you notice if her husband was buried with her, Worth Manning Beacham? I was going to add his memorial when I added hers but I don't like to do so when I have no proof. Thanks again
|Barbara Ardis Post Coker||Eugene Rivers|
Thank you! It is my privilege to recognize the service of our veterans, particularly those with whom I am related. Barbara
|Johnny||RE: Harmon Henry Fehrenbach|
Thank you very much for sharing. There are a lot of Civil War veterans buried at Evergreen. I photographed a grave of a Colonel Francis Ironmonger recently. The marker was inscribed " The youngest Confederate soldier who served during the Civil War. He was 11 years and 8 months old when he became a messenger.
Added by Johnny on Sep 29, 2013 8:59 PM
|Johnny||Harmon Henry Fehrenbach|
Thank you for the information you provided. I have added it to Mr. Fehrenbach's memorial. I notice that you are a new Find a Grave contributor. Welcome to Find a Grave. Is Mr. Fehrenbach a relative ?
Added by Johnny on Sep 29, 2013 8:26 PM