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Note: My ancestry interest is focused on : Barksdale, Deatherage, and Rothwell families.|
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|Earth Angel||Robbie Cravey|
Thanks for the date.
There is only one McFadden Cemetery located in Jefferson County showing on Find-A-Grave. It shows a map but no information about the cemetery and shows no burials.
Added by jlbw on Mar 28, 2017 6:30 PM
|jlbw||Thomas J. Hines Hanes|
There was not a tombstone in the Camp White Sulphur Springs Confederate Cemetery for Thomas. I did contact a man who is in the Sons of the Confederacy and has done research on the Camp White Sulphur Springs Confederate Cemetery. The following is the information he sent to me in reference to Thomas J. Hines Hanes. He is not buried in this cemetery: The 8th Missouri (Mitchell's) regiment was part of Gen. Danial Frost Missouri Brigade assigned to the defense of Fort Pleasent 4 miles north of Pine Bluff on the Arkansas River.
The men who died from Gen. Frost Brigade during their time in Jefferson County were not buried at Camp White Sulphur Springs Confederate Cemetery. They had their own medical facilities and were buried in a cemetery near the fort now called the MacFadden Cemetery. While the approximate location of this cemetery is known it is located on private property and is unmarked with no gravestones being present and unrestored. This site presently is a Pine thickett.
Thomas Hines would have been one of the last men to died while at Fort Pleasent as the Fort was abandoned the last of July and Gen. Frost Brigade moved to The Defense of Little Rock, which was captured September 3rd 1863.
Added by jlbw on Mar 28, 2017 6:19 PM
|David Cross||Memorial# 170829151|
My 38 year old nephew visited me today, and wanted me to be sure his Aunt Flosssie was entered on Find A Grave. I showed him the Memorial you had created. He provided me with the name of her parents and her place of death. When I find her place of birth I will enter it as an edit.
|frankie taylor||RE: William Dale Barksdale|
Thanks ya'll so much Sons of Liberty.
|Cheryl White||Jerry Barksdale.|
Thanks for the note about Jerry's name appearing on the Vietnam Memorial. I will be updating his page in Mount Hope Cemetery ---- as soon as his page works its way to the top of the stack in my file. I'll let you know when that is done.
Cheryl White, Berryton, KS
|frankie taylor||RE: barksdales|
My great grandfather on my mothers side is William Dale Barksdale. My grandmother told me he fought at Chickamauga during the Civil War.
|Nancy A||Bless you|
I stumbled across this website when I Googled something completely unrelated. My son, 2LT Samuel Anderson Diehl, passed away about 6 weeks ago and I was touched to see that you have a memorial for him. Occasionally there are small touches that give me strength, and you gave me this today. Thank you.
Added by Nancy A on Dec 01, 2016 8:29 AM
Thanks so much for your tireless devotion to these families research.
|Joanie||Elmer Faigle's wife, Eldah|
Thank you so very much for the picture of Eldah Faigle's memorial. It means so much to our family.
Dan and Joan
Added by Joanie on Nov 13, 2016 4:45 PM
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