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|William R. Cavins (#46583235)|
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He has been interested in genealogy for over 15 years. William has been a member of Hackers Creek Pioneer Descendants in Horner WV, and the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Camp #25, Florida. William and his son were inducted into the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution - Central Florida Chapter in October 2006. |
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|Messages left for William R. Cavi... (58)||[Leave Message]|
|Amy Bolinder Gedmatch#A862271||RE: St Clair|
William, you are very welcome. I was pleased to uncover his original stone and surprised to see his newer veteran's plaque. This morning Find A Grave approved my photo I submitted of the Stillwell cemetery. I un-earthed and photo'd all the remaining stones that I could find there. Hope this all helps. Regards, Amy
|Brian K. O||FAG173474653|
Requesting permission to copy the photo you posted of William Dexter Kimmel to my records, with credit.
No further distribution is anticipated at this time.
Brian K. O'Connor
|Mary Beth Hughes-Worley||Charles E Rodden|
I added his monument to his site on Find a Grave. There is a bit of sinkage on one side and a tree that is a growing a bit that may cover his monument. I cleaned off the stone, but the stone may need lifted in the near future.
Mary Beth Hughes-Worley
|Dee||RE: Thank You|
you are very welcome, so glad I could get the photo taken!
Added by Dee on Jul 20, 2017 8:45 AM
|Daddys♥Girl||RE: Sulli Mmeorilas|
You're very welcome!
|Carolina Grave Hunter||George McGee|
Thank you very much for the additional information for him. I have added it to his memorial page. I struggle with military research so it is always welcoming to have someone that finds more details to provide it.
Have a great evening,
|Larry Alley||C. C. Wrick|
Thanks for the Civil war info. I had it in my personal files but had neglected to put it on Find a grave. I added this: (He was in the Union Army during the Civil War as a Private in 10th West Virginia Infantry, Company E, Enlisted 12 April 1862 at age 21)
Thank you for the extra information for Ephraim Bee. It is now included in his biography. If you would like him transferred to you, just let me know. He is not related to me,
You're very welcome. Please let me know if there are other burial sites I can try to find for you.
Added by PLowe on Jun 01, 2017 10:22 PM
|Betty Muschar||RE: Thanks|
William the grave next to John Fleming is his wife Christine L. Fleming, 1917-2001. They are in Div, 3, Section O. Land is relatively flat and easy to get to as it is not far from the entrance of cemetery. You are so very welcome.
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