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Cleome (#47657097)
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Janet Stephenson
Guillemins in Grand Meadow
Thank you for your prompt attention to this. It is confusing!
Added by Janet Stephenson on Jun 22, 2016 7:02 AM
Janet Stephenson
Guillemins in Grand Meadow
I just wanted to let you know that the tombstone picture you added for Adolph Guillemin/11683529 (1864-1939) in the Grand Meadow Cemetery should actually be added to Adolph Guillemin/165548142-1835-1912 and his wife, Dorothea Guillemin/165548063 (1839-1929) instead. Thank you!
Added by Janet Stephenson on Jun 21, 2016 6:27 PM
Leslie (Burke) Fernandes
RE: Theodore N. Rosser
You are very welcome, it was my pleasure..
Added by Leslie (Burke) Fernandes on May 12, 2016 3:07 PM
Russ Carter
John Rosser
Transfer complete. Your email address is not on the transfer request as you do not show it on your profile. My email is russcarter@virginiacaves.org. Send and email to me and I'd really like to trade letters and info. I found a bunch more letters that mention John and some mention Emma's illness and death.

Russ
Added by Russ Carter on Sep 15, 2015 1:04 PM
Russ Carter
RE: John Rosser
Catherine Sprecher would have been the aunt of the Sprecher that served in the 110th. His dad George and his uncle Phil and brother John served in the 34th. Henry served in the 110th, and Frank served in the 152nd with my 2nd great grandfather Ephraim Carter.

Frank's daughter married Ephraim's son George in 1900 in Garden Grove, MO. Frank and Ephraim had probably not seen each other since 1865 when Ephraim moved to Madison County, IA, so it was just a big coincidence that they both showed up in MO at the same time.

I'm not related to the Sprecher's except through the marriage but my second cousin Larry Carter is and that's who sent me the letters.

I hadn't put together the fact that Even was John's half brother because he seems to have spelled his name with only one "s". I suppose that's why George would entrust John to help his wife with his business affairs while he was away at war.

I'd be happy to send you the letters in which John is mentioned if you are interested. I have found two, from early in the war before John joined up, but there are probably more if I look. I know that the two units were together at one point and

Also if you would like to have management of John's memorial, I'll happily transfer it to you.
Use the edit tab and send a request for transfer using the "other suggestion" option (makes it a whole lot easier).

Russ
Added by Russ Carter on Sep 15, 2015 11:53 AM
Russ Carter
John Rosser
Hi, Thanks for posting the picture of John Rosser on his memorial. I take it that you must be a descendant of his. I came to know about him through civil war letters written by George Sprecher of Company K of the 34th OVI. George was postmaster in Arcanum before the war, and even though he was too old to enlist, he lied about his age and did so anyway. In the 300+ letters he wrote to his wife during the war he mentioned John Rosser several times. One George's son also served in the 110th with John. He was shot across the back in but survived the war.

Russ Carter
Added by Russ Carter on Sep 12, 2015 3:21 PM
James Odland
Elgar & Merle Owen

Thank you for photographing Elgar' and Merle' grave markers and adding them onto their memorial pages.

---Jim.
Added by James Odland on Jul 19, 2015 8:52 AM
Janet Stephenson
Eileen Schroeder
Thanks for taking the picture of Eileen's stone. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated!
Added by Janet Stephenson on Jul 09, 2015 8:08 AM
Dick Clark
Louisa Willard
Thank you for taking pictures of the Willard graves in Frankford Cemetery, Mower County MN. We appreciate your efforts since we live in Lincoln, NE
Added by Dick Clark on Jul 08, 2015 4:23 PM
James M. Trendel
McCord
I would like to thank you for the photo of McCord for me, I now can have one more finished in my fa mily tree. Thank you so much again.

Jim
Added by James M. Trendel on Jul 08, 2015 2:53 PM
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