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CDKetchen (#47813188)
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Bio Photo Married with a empty nest, I have became interested in my Maternal ancestry. Then I started researching the graves of Civil War Soldiers mentioned in the diary of an Gr-gr-gr Uncle; his brothers having all died in the war.

I swallowed the hook. I am now compiling by Regiment and Company the graves of all who served in South Carolina's Regiments. Since I can only have 150 virtual cemeteries, check out those of my "friend" Charles. Looks like he is doing something similar......
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Shelly Parker
for Pleasent Turner Floyd Co I 26th scvi
Added by Shelly Parker on Oct 06, 2015 11:28 AM
Richard White
William Perry is my GGG Grandfather
Added by Richard White on May 09, 2015 5:16 PM
Sylvia Mintz Thomas
Pvt William Drayton Mintz
Thank you for posting the info on FInd-A-Grave and for transferring the memorial to me. I spent this past weekend in Hagerstown, MD at the Confederate Cemetery and at the site(s) of the South Mt Battle. Please tell me how you knew that my GGGrandfather was reburied at the Confederate Cemetery...a part of Rose Hill Cemetery in Hagerstown, MD. Many Thanks
Added by Sylvia Mintz Thomas on Apr 26, 2015 7:43 PM
Stephen Rigg
What you are doing to honor these soldiers is great! I found where you had added my ggg grandfather Thomas Grubbs. Some of his fellow soldiers from Holcombe's Legion company D are Pvt Joseph Stallings - #51476969, and their two commanding officers Col William J Crawley - #50603612 and Col Peter Stevens - #16710325. Thanks!
Added by Stephen Rigg on Jan 22, 2015 5:36 PM
Sylvia Mintz Thomas
Pvt William Drayton Mintz
Thank you for posting the location of my GG Grandfather's grave. I have spent much of the last 5 years looking and tracing the last two years of his life. A year ago, I found that he died at the Battle of South Mt, MD. After reading about the conditions of burial of the soldiers, I had little hope that we would ever know his last resting place. The family was happy to at least know the circumstances of his death.

May I ask that his memorial be turned over to me? I am the family genealogist and we are planning our reunion for this summer.I cant keep this find a secret. Im going to announce it on our Family Facebook page as soon as I complete this message. If you release the memorial to me, Ill have another bit of good news for the family. Thank you! You are an angel.

Sylvia Mintz Thomas
Added by Sylvia Mintz Thomas on Jan 14, 2015 10:40 PM
Pvt. Peterson Lanier
Please read the captions under his memorial pictures.

Added by Goldeneagle on Dec 21, 2014 7:17 AM
William Riley Lindsey # 8290185

Lindsey , William
BATTLE UNIT NAME:22nd Regiment, South Carolina Infantry
NOTES: General Note - Original filed under William/Linsy

22nd Regiment, South Carolina Infantry
OVERVIEW: 22nd Infantry Regiment was organized and mustered into Confederate service in December, 1861. Some of its members were recruited in Oconee and Edgefield counties. After serving in South Carolina, the unit was sent to Virginia and assigned to General Evans', Elliot's, and Wallace's Brigade. It was active at Second Manassas, South Mountain, and Sharpsburg before being ordered to North Carolina and later Mississippi.
Added by jvtree1 on Sep 12, 2014 10:02 PM
Darrell Landrum
Private John Hood
I sure wish I had come across your page earlier! I have been trying to take and post a photo of all of the Confederate soldiers markers in The Old City Cemetery here in Lynchburg. I just posted an edit to this gentleman's memorial, but do not have a photo to post yet. I hope you don't mind that I added you to my friends list here and may need to ask you for help with South Carolina Confederate soldiers in the near future.

Thank you for what you have done so far!

Best regards,
Darrell Landrum
Lynchburg, Virginia
Added by Darrell Landrum on Feb 25, 2014 1:00 AM
Civil War soldiers
If you're looking for soldiers, I've been putting every one I come across in a virtual cemetery. Others have, too, of course.
Added by Anna on Feb 06, 2014 8:27 PM
15th SC Co D
My great grand uncle, William Grafton Stevenson served in Co D 17th SC, with his step brother Alexander Beaty.
Wm G Stevenson Mem # 25204748

wonderful idea to group these military units. I will be checking your site often

Curry Walker
Added by GermanMagnolia on Jan 12, 2014 12:18 AM
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