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JM Herman (#47972443)
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Bio Photo I am a proud member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, I am a fierce defender of my Confederate Heritage. I have made it my mission to honor the brave men that served for The Confederacy. I clean and reset headstones, pull weeds, remove trash, and always leave a Confederate Battle Flag as a token of appreciation and admiration for their defense of The South. I live in Cass County and visit cemeteries primarily in Jackson, Johnson, Lafayette, Cass, Ray, Henry and Clay counties in Missouri.
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Wagon Master
God Bless You for your efforts. Our Civil War Veterans (North & South), appreciate your service to our veterans. I, too, would like to see more volunteers helping to restore our troubled cemeteries and grave markers. Thank You.
Added by Wagon Master on Jan 25, 2017 5:00 AM
Elijah Lynch
Thank you for placing the Confederate Flag on Elijah Lynch's grave, we visited it today. He is a relative and I am trying to find out what our direct relationship is. He was either an uncle or cousin of my great-great grandmother - Mary Susan Lynch Warren. Her parents, William Lynch and Amanda Ann E. Selvey, died young and she was raised by Andrew Jackson Webb and William Lynch's sister Sarah Webb. I have family records showing that, and the Jackson County recorder of deeds showss land being sold from William Lynch to Elijah Lynch, and from William Lynch to Garnett Selvey, Mary Susan Lynch Warren's Grandfather - the father of Amanda Ann E. Selvey. So we're sure he's related fairly closely. The flag with the clue to the Civil War involvement has helped, although I already knew from my mother - who was a teenager when Mary Susan Lynch Warren passed - that they had suffered evacuation during Order #11. Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it - thanks for continuing to honor these brave men. Paula Jo Crim Frazee
Added by pjreads on Mar 18, 2016 2:49 AM
M (Dillon) Goddard
Find A Grave Memorial# 67999388
Benjamin F Bledsoe
to you have any idea who his father was.

I have two of these guys in my database with the same wife, different parents. Given time period not finding much documentation to prove either sets of parents.

Added by M (Dillon) Goddard on Nov 11, 2015 9:23 AM
Ernie Wright
Mary Bledsoe ,according to Find A Grave
Created by: Bev Golden
Record added: Nov 13, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 80368623
was born 1745 married 1758 to William Wright,William 2nd married Rachel Perry abt 1785.
Added by Ernie Wright on Sep 21, 2015 8:17 AM
Ernie Wright
I do not have dates on George Bledsoe , I have that George & Lucy were the parents of Mary Bledsoe that married my 3 x g father William Wright. I don't have any other George Bledsoe in my tree.
Added by Ernie Wright on Sep 21, 2015 8:07 AM
Ernie Wright
Thank you for the message, e mail me if you will ,
Added by Ernie Wright on Sep 19, 2015 6:21 PM
Ernie Wright
I see you posted a tribute to William Bledsoe of Orange,VA , 3x Cousin of yours . My 3 g grand father 1st married Mary Bledsoe , daughter of George & Lucy unknown Bledsoe of Orange,County,VA
Do you have any info on George ?
Added by Ernie Wright on Sep 11, 2015 8:34 AM
Loneta Boyer
RE: James M Arnold
Would you send me the name and dates for his parents--is the book available (published?) I found one on my Hearne family line and was able to obtain a copy and it helped a lot. Gave me a lot of Direction, I am wondering if the Arnolds have such a book. Thanks, Loneta
Added by Loneta Boyer on Aug 30, 2015 8:39 PM
Loneta Boyer
James M Arnold
You posted a photo of James M Arnold on Find A Grave--I am hoping you can help me--do you know who his parents are? I have been researching my Arnold family, and there are many of them in the Confederacy--and am having trouble placing them--I am hoping you know who the parents are. I believe he was captured in Benton County, Tennessee and released from Camp Douglas. I appreciate the work you do with the Confederate graves, my family lost a lot of young men to this war. thanks so much, Loneta Boyer
Added by Loneta Boyer on Aug 29, 2015 10:09 PM
Gaye Hill
Sarah Frances Browning Johnson
Thank you so much for the updated information concerning Sarah, I appreciate it very much.

I am a JOHNSON researcher and have no additional information for Sarah, would you like her memorial transferred to your keeping?

Also - I would be grateful for additional links and information.

Gaye Johnson Hill

Added by Gaye Hill on May 21, 2015 2:57 PM
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