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Soldiers Forgotten (#47189769)
 member for 7 years, 4 months, 17 days
Pvt Martin Pankey
Private Martin Pankey is my 3rd Great Uncle. Please let me know about gravestones or the monuments you are placing or have placed in these soldiers honor. They deserve to rest in peace.
Thank you kindly

Added by kblalock on Feb 10, 2017 2:20 AM

Susan Blakeney
Francis M. Canty
I have recently started researching the family of Francis M. Canty. If I have the research correct, he would be my 3rd great grandfather.
Is there any updated information on the story posted on here about this cemetery?
Thank you for all the work you have done in this compilations.

Added by Susan Blakeney on Nov 20, 2015 3:08 PM

Confederate cemetery
All i can say is wow! Ive been to your website and read what newspaper articles i could find. The fact that these soldiers havent gotten the recognition they deserve makes me sick. They were someones husband, son, brother, father. They were somebodys loved one who died fighting for what they believed in. I respect you for fighting for these men. Can u give me an update? Everything ive found have been from a few years ago. Once again, great job!

Added by Historybuff on Jul 01, 2014 7:34 AM

Nettie Beth Wood
Private Isaac Marlin
I am a niece of Private Isaac Marlin who is buried here. He was killed in the Battle of Val Verde. Isaac was the bachelor brother of my second great grandmother, Stacy Ann Marlin Morgan. Isaac was a hero twice over when, at the young age of 8, he escaped death by fleeing the site of the Morgan Massacre of Falls County, Texas on 1 January 1839. He ran several miles for help from relatives on the Falls of the Brazos. It is disgraceful that these soldiers are not given the respect and honor due them with decent grave memorials. Thank you for this website.

Added by Nettie Beth Wood on May 09, 2012 4:38 PM

RE: David A. Hubbard
Sure, you have permission to use the info I sent.


Added by RobG on Feb 26, 2012 12:54 PM

Raymond S Feigh
Note of Appreciation,
I would like to thank-you for the quick and corteous response to my transfer request for Elisha Tindall.. Your kindness is exceeded only by your professionalism in helping along your fellow genealogists.. If things ever change in this matter, as far as the cemetery goes, please give me a heads up....
Rainbolt Family Historian,
R S Feigh

Added by Raymond S Feigh on Jul 27, 2011 7:18 AM

Raymond S Feigh
Transfer Request,
I was wondering if I may please impose upon you to make a transfer of one Elisha James Tindall's
memorial to my care?? Elisha was the son of Patience (# 38131479 ) and James (# 38131039 ) ..
According to my source, Elisha was wounded at Valverde, died in the Soccorro Hospital, and served in Co. C, 4th Reg Tex Cavary... Elisha was the third of 6 children of Patience & James.
My source is the Joseph Rainbolt Genealogy Book,
published approx 1985 ... Elisha and parents located on page# 318, Patience individual# 1131,
James individual# 1131(a), and Elisha individual# 1408 ... I am sorry to hear about all the grief you have gotten from the current owners of this cemetery / property ... Some people are just obnoxious and rude...
Thank-you for your time, efforts, and consideration in this matter,
Rainbolt Family Historian,
R S Feigh
Find A Grave# 47029736

Added by Raymond S Feigh on Jul 20, 2011 9:25 PM

David A. Hubbard
David A. Hubbard's family has a long history of military service in the United States.

His grandfather, Thomas Mortimer Hubbard served in Patrick Henry's 1st Virginia Regiment in 1775, and later served in several other Virgina Regiments during the War for Independence. Following the war, he moved to Tennessee and later became one of the pioneering families in Morgan County, Alabama

His uncle, David Hubbard, served in the War of 1812 and later served as a member of the House of Representatives from Alabama (1839-1841 and 1849-1851). David Hubbard was also active in the state legislature of Alabama, and was a Presidential elector in the 1860 election.

His father was Green Kirk Hubbard, who also served in the War of 1812. Green Kirk served with Andrew Jackson in the Battle of New Orleans, later was a bank president, then one of the first settlers in Osage, Colorado County, Texas. (Most of his family is buried in the family cemetery in Osage or in the Weimar Masonic Cemetery).

David A. Hubbard was born in Morgan County, Alabama, 29 April 1832. In 1855, he married Malissa Stewart. According to the Hubbard family Bible, he was shot in the head during the battle of Valverde, and died 21 Feb 1862.

I am shocked that these graves are not accessible to family members, historians, and archaeologists. (Is that legal in New Mexico? -- Texas laws provide for access to cemeteries.. see this website for info: Cemetery Access in Texas

Rob Granberry (my wife is a descendant of Thomas Mortimer Hubbard and Green Kirk Hubbard).

Added by RobG on May 30, 2011 9:46 PM

Hosea and Robert Walling
Hi Nancy...Did you want to take ownership of Hosea and Robert's memorial. In any case, I'll update. Breaks my heart that their grave sites are inaccessible. Thanks. Jackie

Added by Jacqueline on Nov 11, 2009 12:50 PM

Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick
Hosea and Robert Walling
I went to Walling cemetery and someone had set up James R. Walling, father of these two. So i put in their mother martha.
So the two links are now;
James R. Walling #37130321
Martha P. walling #44184206
Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick

Added by Nancy Franklin-Walling Bu... on Nov 10, 2009 10:54 PM

Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick
Pvt. Robert Walling
Wow, I didn't even see Robert. Robert is Hosea's brother. Robert was born in White Co. Tenn. in 1837. Same family info on Robert. That is fabulous finding these two. I try to find all the children to link to parents, but in this case we cannot link, because parents are in an old family Cemetery, that is not there anymore.
Please update.
Thank you!
Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick

Added by Nancy Franklin-Walling Bu... on Nov 10, 2009 10:27 PM

Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick
Pvt. Hosea Walling
Hosea was the son of James R "Jim" Walling and his wife Martha Patsy Mobley Walling. Hosea was born in Houston County, Texas in 1839
His parents came to Houston county in 1838, settling in the Reynard Community.
They migrated from White Co. Tenn.
This is in my family records of the Walling family. I am a descendant of this branch of the Walling family.
Please update.
Thank you!
Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick

Added by Nancy Franklin-Walling Bu... on Nov 10, 2009 10:17 PM


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