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|Sue Whitaker||RE: Susan Baker|
Thank you, I am glad I could help and you are right this is a great site.
|Sue Whitaker||RE: John and Maude Asbury|
Your Welcome, Glad I could help.
|Gary Honts||Martha Campbell|
thanks Bryn for the great picture of Martha's stone it adds a lot to the memorial. So thanks for your time.
|karen wildman||Joseph B. Fuson|
May be buried as unknown - but is certainly found in Civil War soldiers records. Enlisted Aug. 11, 1862 in the 38th Iowa Volunteer Infantry. Mustered Nov. 4, 1862. Joseph was among a large group of sick men who were transferred to northern hospitals for better care, from Vicksburg and other points along the river. Died of chronic diarrhea at Keokuk General Hospital on Sept. 4, 1863, Keokuk, Iowa. Originally buried in Oakland Cemetery at Keokuk, Iowa with over 600 other Union dead. The National Cemetery took over a portion of the cemetery that included these soldiers graves in 1871. His personal diary Dec., 8,1862-July 14, 1863 can be found at U. S. Military History Institute, Carlisle Barracks, PA.
Thank you for getting Daisey Ideella Taylor Bennett's photo.
Thank you very much for taking your time in getting and posting it.
Added by Gina on Jun 02, 2014 7:36 PM
|Bill Daugherty||Issac Clinton Photo|
Thanks for the Issac Clinton photo.
Thank you so much for posting the photo of this veteran's gravestone.
Added by Steve on Jun 01, 2014 3:39 PM
I meant at Oakland in Keokuk. I always get the name mixed up! :)
Thank you for the photos you were able to get for me at Oakview. It is much appreciated.
|Jackie Dare||Charles Mccoy|
Thank you so much for the photo of the headstone for Charles McCoy. I appreciate your time and thoughtfulness.
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