|trish ridgeway||Aaron Underwood info|
The Old Court House Museum in Winchester VA
has an id badge on display from Aaron D Underwood
The only info we have is that he deserted in Kansas in 1866. Is this the same person?
ID Inscription: “AARON D UNDERWOOD/ Co G / 1st US CAV.”
Location: This is a copper ID disc found by Harry Ridgeway near the Heater House, Battle of Cedar Creek (Picture Good)
The 1st US Cavalry served actively in the 1864 campaign including Cedar Creek 10/19/64. This soldier deserted in Kansas in 1866.
Military Record: Yes, only record shows the Deserters log showing desertion in Kansas in 1866
Pension Record: None found (deserter will not be eligible)
|Shelly||Harriet Hann - Oak Hill - Gary, IN|
Hello. I just wanted to let you know I am working on locating Harriet's grave. I took a weekend trip up North and tried to locate her grave this past weekend but was unsuccessful at that time. I will take another trip ... hopefully in about a month or so and will try to find it again. This time I'll enlist the aid of the cemetery office. The cemetery is quite large.
b. 1840, d. 1913
Requested by Bill Underwood
Sep 10, 2013
Added by Shelly on Jun 01, 2016 5:09 AM
|Lori Humble||Campo / Woodlawn Cemetery|
Cemetery records show them buried in Palm Garden, Block 431, Lot 6:
Space 1: Antoninette "Nina" G. Campo
Space 2: John R. Campo
Space 3: Vincenza R. Campo
Have a good day!
Added by Matt on Dec 26, 2014 11:55 AM
|Floral Designer||RE: Thanks!|
that is right with that location,
Flowers mark the spot, I use on all
Unmarked graves.. Barb
|Donna Wetzel||RE: Arthur Schultz|
Arthur Albert Schultz was born & died here in Jasper County Indiana. His dad, Adolph Daniel Schultz, was my great grand mother's, Helena Schultz, brother.
|Bob & Nancy Cannon||Edith Williams|
We deleted her memorial so that you may make it as you desire.
|Connie Denihan||RE: Christina Sinift Householder|
Thank you. I added another photo that I had. It only gives the date of death. Check out the new info
I come thru their son, John. What about you?
|Linda Brown||Martha Jane Winters|
Just wanted to let you know that I requested a picture of Martha's tombstone at Decatur Cemetery and it was reported that they have no record of her at that cemetery. Thought I would let you know. Linda Brown
|Linda Nutter||RE: Picture|
You are most welcome. I have been in Hocking & Perry Counties alot doing family history. If there are others you need, let me know name and cemetery. I'm certain I'll be in southeastern Ohio alot this summer.
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