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|Robert "Scott" Patrick (#46858998)|
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I am in search of my family history, and that includes there final resting places. Our history takes us from the present to the 1420's, and it covers the states of Texas,Kentucky,South Carolina,Pennsylvania,Virginia,and Scotland. One of my 3rd great grand-fathers (Henry Reed), fought in the Battle of San Jacinto and I have a quest to find where all of those Texas Heroes were laid to rest.|
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|Nash's daughter||Requesting transfer of Charles Bennett Sweeny Memorial|
I would greatly appreciate it if you could transfer Charles Bennett's Find-a-Grave Memorial to me. He was my Grandfather and I would like to take this over. I have some new info I would like to add.
|Susan Wood||Thomas H Bell|
Your find a grave about Thomas Bell confuses two different Thomas Bell's. Thomas H Bell was born in 1814 on Chickasaw Land, became Hardin, then Hardeman County, Tennessee. He died 10 JAN 1857 and is buried in the Old Bell Cemetery, New Ulm, Austin, Texas. He married Jemima Duff in 1833 in Shelby County, Tennessee and moved to Texas in Jan 1834. He was the son of William Bell and Julia Adelaide Johnson. Thomas H Bell and Jemima Duff had 8 biological children. He fought with his brother, James Madison Bell, at the Battle of San Jacinto.
The Thomas whose birth date you have was actually born in 1802, not 1795, in Guilford County, NC. He married Abigail Grimes 13 Nov 1828 in Austin, Texas and adopted one child, John Gideon Slade who became Bell. This Thomas died 19 JAN 1858 • Bellville, Austin, Texas but did not fight at San Jacinto.
I hope you will correct this. Thanks!
|Donald Carl Barker||Family Member transfer request|
Would you mind transferring Wilhelm Christoph Frederick Bernbeck (# 127452232) to my account Donald Carl Barker (#47578342).
This person is one of my Great Uncles.
Also, can you tell me where you got the information regarding his immigration and movements up to April 1836?
THANK YOU for posting the biopage of this true Southern Patriot.
Perhaps you are not aware of his unenlisted Confederate service.
Would you be so kind as to "copy & paste" the part of his obit (below) detailing that?
----------------------------------------------------Comrade L.E. Camp, of Mexia, Tex., writes of him as "the most remarkable man in the great State of Texas." He says that Capt. Karner left Texas just before the battle of Chickamauga to look specially
after the welfare of three companies in Granbery's brigade, Cleburne's Division. He carried to them mail, clothing, etc., crossing the Mississippi River in great peril. Gen. Bragg gave him a pass to go "anywhere in the Confederacy."
Returning later to Texas, he served in the army on Galveston Island about eight months. Joe Johnston Camp, of Mexia, were proud of Capt. Karner as an honorary member. Confederate Veteran, 1901, p. 465.
How hard is it to find his grave? Is it easily visible from the freeway? is it on private land?
Jesse was also married (after Sally Newman Scull) to Elizabeth McFarlin Cummings Hicks. They left records in Caldwell Co., Tx
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|Robert Zidlicky||Odd Fellows Cemetery|
I cannot find a street addres for the Odd Fellows Cemetery in San Antonio, TX. Can you please help?
|Nash's daughter||Georgia Maud Sisk Sweeny|
GEORGIA WAS MY GRANDMOTHER, MARRIED TO CHARLES BENNETT. MY DAD W.N. SWEENY'S PARENTS. I WOULD APPRECIATE IT IF YOU WOULD RELEASE HER MEMORIAL TO ME AS WELL. I ALSO HAVE SEVERAL CORRECTIONS AS WELL AS ADDITIONS I NEED TO MAKE TO HER MEMORIAL INCLUDING THE NAMES OF HER PARENTS AND CHILDREN. THANKS FOR YOUR HELP AND COOPERATION WITH THIS ONE ALSO.
|Linda Hughes||#51501831 Ephraim Boon|
Please link Ephrain Boon to his wife Lorena Darst Baker # 51501789.
Lorena Darst Boon married George M. Baker in 1889. she is buried in the same cemetery as Ephraim.
Thanks, Linda Davis-Hughes email@example.com
|Donald Carl Barker||Request a Transfer|
I see you created this page a couple years ago and I wanted to see if you would transfer it to me so I can keep working on it since this person is a relative of mine - William Christoph Frederick Bernbeck Memorial# 127452232.
I am Donald Carl Barker at #47578342
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