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|Teresa L. Watson (#46577310)|
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|Please make sure that your emails say "Find a Grave" in the subject line. Please be patient as we have suffered two deaths in the family six days apart, and I am traveling to spend time with my mother and son as we struggle to find the new normal for our family. |
My family line includes: Massey, Yount, Bost, Matthews, Davidson, Gay, Barger, Bowling, Bolling, Boling, Rolfe, Altman, among others.
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|Caroline H., North Carolina||QM Martin of the USS Galena|
This is just amazing. I came here to share information on QM Martin of the USS Galena, and I find you are also related to the Bollings! It is nice to meet you.
Edward S. Martin, quartermaster of the USS Galena, is buried at Cypress Hills National Cemetery in Brooklyn, N.Y., grave #5966 in section 2, in the same cemetery as my great great grandfather, who was a Confederate soldier captured at Gettysburg. Please see the site at www.cem.va.gov/cems/nchp/cypresshills.asp.
Would you please transfer ownership of memorial #11862060 (Warren Wasile) to me? This is my father-in-law and we have additional information we would like to add. Thank you so much Teresa!
Please link to parents Frank Alberico 101826769 and Rosa Delrose Alberico 89775005
I also submitted a correction changing the Jr. to Sr.
Added by VJG on Jun 29, 2017 9:16 PM
|Dreamland Assoc||Your Dreamland Cemetery Work|
Smilydino has recently transferred the Dreamland Cemetery memorials that he managed to our group. Most of them are those you created.
We know from a former Find a Grave member that you spent months and months walking the cemetery writing down the information on the gravestones you saw. Then you created memorials for all of those. What a momentous undertaking. No doubt there are many who appreciate your work. You will probably never know how important this is to someone. Thank you.
|jan costic ihrig||Alice Scott|
Please consider adding to Mrs. Alice Scott(11880519)memorial on the Fort Richardson Find a Grave website that Mrs. Alice Scott Remains are not buried in Fort Richardson Cemetery. The other option is to move her memorial to the virtual cemetery listing.
|Joe Leong||laura and gen. lindemuth|
I left photos for gen lindemuth and his daughter laura. lmk when you see them.
|peteri||Estella Elizabeth Beaty|
The note on Beth about having a daughter is incorrect. She had a step daughter at the time of her death. George Bruce was her husband at the time and it was his daughter by a first marriage.
This is Family knowledge from Beth's first cousin Teddy Louise Beaty Lindsey
Added by peteri on Mar 30, 2017 12:03 PM
|Peter van der Weide||Michael Lewis Brownlow Frankson|
Are there any known photographes of Frankson and/ore Cake?
We want to make an commemorationpanel in our village (Klazienaveen, where they crashed)
We have a lot of info, but no pictures of the crew.
|Beuna Miller Tomalino||Requesting transfer|
I am requesting a transfer of memorial 11869526
This is my mother
|Karyn Zielasko Weingarden||John H Nibbe|
Birth: Nov. 25, 1842, Germany
Death: Jun. 15, 1902
Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. Served as a Quartermaster, U.S. Navy on board the U.S.S. Petrel during its capture in Yazoo River, Mississippi on April 22, 1864. During the assault on his ship a shot came through the stern, raking the gun deck and exploding the boilers but he stood his ground. When all the others had deserted the flag, he assisted in getting the wounded off the guard and proceeded to get ready to fire the ship. Despite the escaping steam from the boilers he continued with his duties until surrounded on all sides by the Confederates and forced to surrender. His citation was awarded on June 22, 1865 accredited to the State of New York. (bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith)
Ivy Green Cemetery
Plot: Charleston Section, Block F, Lot 3, Site 001
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