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|Jeff Jenkins (#47522797)|
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|Tucker||Edgar A Brown|
Thank you for searching for and photographing the grave of Edgar Allen Brown at the Los Angeles National Cemetery. I very much appreciate your taking the time to do this for me. I am hoping to post a copy of your photo in my personal genealogy, if you do not mind. I will certainly give you the credit.
Again many thanks.
Linda Keet TIllinghast
Added by Tucker on Jun 04, 2016 10:22 AM
|Billy Walker||Pvt Henry Wilson Memorial# 80802333|
I want to thank you for posting the picture on Pvt Wilson's memorial. I had been having trouble getting a photo because I was told some one else was buried in the plot given. It was not until you posted the picture of Henry Lee's tombstone that I checked his plot location, here is what I found:
Lee is listed buried in Plot: 33, 9 RW E
Wilson in Plot: Section: 33 Row E Site 9
They must be the same plot! I had previously researched Henry Lee, he does not appear on the Roster of the 97th Pa. Infantry but does have a Pension card listing him in the 97th. There is also a Henry Lee in the 197th Ohio Infantry. Lee was from Ohio, but married in Pennsylvania and lived there awhile.
Henry Wilson is definitively carried on the rolls of Company C, 97th Pa. Infantry. And listed by the National Grave Locater as buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery at the above site. There is a Henry Lee listed on the National Graves Locater for Los Angeles, but he was born in 1896 and died in 1966-- not the Henry Lee of Civil War age.
One last thing Henry Wilson and Henry Lee died on the same day and year – July 12, 1925. I am inclined to believe either the veterans grave records are wrong, or Henry Wilson changed his name name to Lee and he is not the Henry Lee from Ohio.
It may be a mystery we will never solve- but thanks to you I now know the reason I could not get a photo for Wilson!
Billy Walker, Jacksonville, Florida
|Donna Cox Beveridge||Frederick Charles Beveridge|
On behalf of the David Dupont Beveridge family, we offer our profound gratitude for the photo of Uncle Fred's headstone. You have volunteered your time to help us and we are grateful. Because of this, Uncle Fred has now been linked to his wife, Marie. I hope you don't mind that I also posted your photo to her memorial but proper credit was given.
THANK YOU! and God Bless You!
|Catherine Clemens Sevenau||Nancy Whitaker, Los Angeles National Cemetery, CA|
Hi Jeff, thanks for the photo and note on the back regarding the burial space for Nancy Whitaker. It is perfect. Much appreciated, Catherine
|Mary Lou McCormick||Dewitt C Bennett|
YEA!!! No dandelions....Oh thank you so much Jeff for the wonderful headstone photos for DeWitt..they are excellent and I am so happy you included the one with the graves around his...
THANK YOU SOoooooo Much, Hugs to you for your help
|Jim Livermore||William C Saxton|
Thanks for the photo, Jeff.
How wonderful to have a photo on Isaac's headstone. The row of stones is also very dramatic. This is very much appreciated by our family.
Added by junomyth on Apr 07, 2013 11:05 PM
|S Rodriguez||Frank Castello|
Thanks, Jeff! I really appreciate you taking the time and effort to find this vet's headstone for me and then taking and posting the picture! I never knew where he was buried and did not know he was buried in a different cemetery than my great grandmother until recently. Thanks again! Susan
|Traci R.||Photo Request Success!|
Thank You so much for taking a photograph of my Grandfather's headstone.
Added by Traci R. on Apr 07, 2013 6:44 PM
|Sabina||Walter S Hanks|
Thanks so much for the great photo. All best wishes
Added by Sabina on Apr 07, 2013 5:30 PM
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