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Valerie Laskowski (#46860980)
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Patricia Larsen
Levi Lee
Levi Lee is buried in Perryville Cemetery near Elgin, Texas. His is the oldest grave in the cemetery. Levi Lee served in the 3rd Regiment (Raulston's) West Tennessee Militia at the Battle of New Orleans. He served under Captain Henry West. Colonel James Raulston was Regiment Commander under Maj. Gen. William Carroll, Division Commander. The 3rd Regiment suffered casualties 28 Dec 1814 and two fatalities at the 8 January 1815 battle. Levi Lee had previously fought at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend. Levi Lee kept a Diary over these years and his dates of events are precisely matched to historical dates of military records as researched by Henry Adams for his monumental nine-volume "A History of the United States during the Administrations of Jefferson and Madison published in 1889-1891. Levi was born 18 January 1791 in Tennessee and died 26 February 1864 in Elgin, Texas. His wife, Mary Virginia Marcus, is buried with a common tombstone next to Levi. Levi came to Texas in 1849 (assessed taxes that year in Bastrop County) from the Fayetteville, AR area. His diary says he started for Texas in 1820 but turned back. Moses Austin died in 1821 and as Levi's diary shows him visiting Austin's lead mines in Missouri, I suspect he had some indication that Austin had a grant. Anyway, more than you may want to know about Levi. It is wonderful that you have made this listing. I had no idea it was on FindAGrave. Pat Larsen, San Antonio.
Added by Patricia Larsen on Oct 15, 2017 1:54 PM
Mary Tate
Francis Marion Thompson
Please add siblings:
Mariah Thompson Moore Guin (1838-?)
George W. Thompson (1845-?)
Andrew Jackson "Jack" Thompson (1851-1906)
Mary Tate
Added by Mary Tate on Jan 30, 2016 9:13 AM
RE: Mary 'Polly' Brown Cole
Sent you a private email. Good to work together with family.
Added by gengramma on Aug 11, 2015 2:45 AM
Mary 'Polly' Brown Cole
Are you related to Mary Cole? If not, would you consider transferring her to me? She is my 4 x grandmother, so out of the four generation rule. I have her husband's memorial.

Thank you ahead of time.

MaryLee Thompson-Saban
Added by gengramma on Aug 09, 2015 10:32 AM
Becky Feaster
Texas War of 1812 Veterans

How do we add someone to this listing that you have created? THANKS so much for it. The brother of my 1812 Patriot is John Bennett DICKSON, Find A Grave #11199620. He served with Old Hickory in New Orleans, etc.

Thomas Bay USD1812
Added by Becky Feaster on Jul 07, 2014 2:51 PM
Re: Photos
May I have your permission to use your photos, that pertain to my family, in my Ancestry Tree?
Thanks wrmcferrin
Added by wrmcferrin on Jan 18, 2014 8:51 PM
Becky Feaster
War of 1812 veterans list
Would you please add my ancestor to your War of 1812 veterans listing: George Augustus Pettigrew, Find A Grave Memorial# 53940150?


Becky Babbit Feaster
Added by Becky Feaster on Jul 22, 2013 6:35 AM
Becky Feaster
War of 1812 veterans list
Would you please add my ancestor to your listing of graves of War of 1812 veterans? Welshier Buchanan, Find A Grave Memorial# 59528742


Becky Babbit Feaster
Added by Becky Feaster on Jul 22, 2013 6:31 AM
L G Shinn
Mansfield Cemetery
Thank you so much for the H. Milo Grizzle photo from this cemetery. Your time is much appreicated. I would like to use the photo on my family tree if OK with you.
Thanks again,
L. Gayle Shinn
Added by L G Shinn on Jun 10, 2012 7:45 AM
Lori Kessler
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Thank you for taking your time to help me by taking a photo of John Woodrow "Jake" Crisman grave stone!
Added by Lori Kessler on May 31, 2012 10:42 AM
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