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Kathi Maynard Wiley
Benjamin Spivey
Greetings Grave Hunter
The memorial for my great-great-Grandfather, Benjamin Spivey is under your care Find A Grave# 9769415,
I would very much like to become the care-taker of his memorial if you would be willing to transfer it to me Find A Grave# 46626009
Thanks for your consideration,
Kathi
Added by Kathi Maynard Wiley on Apr 17, 2017 11:02 AM
Daphene Willoughby
RE: Colonel John A Fite
Yes, I realize that the folks say that DeKalb was formed from those you mentioned. But in reality, I think there is a misstep there, not sure why it is listed that way. They adjoin, and in lots of books it is listed that the Alexandria area used to be Smith County. Those folks that did the survey likely did not know exactly where they were if they were not locals. Just leave it as it is, but really don't think he is buried where he is located on find a grave. Thanks for checking.
Daphene Willoughby
Added by Daphene Willoughby on Apr 08, 2017 5:58 PM
Carol Adams Rowlands Hays
RE: John Donelson
Hi again:
The dates on the headstone in Alabama are: DOB of 4/23/1787 and DOD of 4/28/1840. The dates on your memorial are DOB of 4/27/1787 and DOD of 4/28/1840. Seems like John Donelson is buried in Alabama.
What are your thoughts?
Added by Carol Adams Rowlands Hays on Jan 04, 2017 7:32 AM
USCT Cemetery Mgr.
Colonel William Sugars McLemore, 4th TN Cavalry, CSA
Grave Hunter:

Please take notice that Lt. Colonel William Sugars McLemore (Find A Grave Memorial# 6903896)
was promoted to Full Bird Colonel and was given command of the 4th TN Cavalry Regiment after former Regimental Commander Colonel James Wellborn
Starnes was placed in command of Forrest's 2nd TN Cavalry Brigade (1st Quarter 1863).

I am,

Sincerely yours,

Michael James Morton - USCT Cemetery Mgr. (#49120946)

Added by USCT Cemetery Mgr. on Jan 02, 2017 4:19 PM
USCT Cemetery Mgr.
Colonel ("Full Bird") William Sugars McLemore
Grave Hunter...shortly after Brig. General Nathan Bedford Forrest upgraded the authority of 4th TN Cavalry Regiment Commander, Colonel James Wellborn Starnes, MD (By way of Forrest turning command of Forrest's 2nd TN Cavalry Brigade over to Colonel Starnes) in late March 1863...Lt. Colonel William Sugars McLemore - Find A Grave Memorial# 6903896 was promoted to the rank of "Full Bird" Colonel, and, then took over command of the 4th TN Cavalry Regiment.

Brig. General Forrest then went on to command two (2) or three (3) TN Cavalry Brigades, and, later in 1863 he was, therefore, promoted to the rank of Major General, CSA.

Please amend your flower for Colonel/Circuit Judge (Williamson County TN) William Sugars McLemore.

Thanks.

I am,

Sincerely yours,

Michael James Morton - USCT Cemetery Mgr. (#49120946)
Added by USCT Cemetery Mgr. on Nov 26, 2016 9:46 AM
Candice (Rosser) Beasley
Transfer request
Thank you for creating a memorial for my uncle, John Arthur Rosser (6914884) buried at Jones Cemetery at Parkers Crossroads, Henderson County, TN. Would you be so kind, as to transfer his memorial to me? I would certainly appreciate it. Thank you.

Niece of a WWII hero,
Candice (Rosser) Beasley
(48007120)
Added by Candice (Rosser) Beasley on Oct 20, 2016 10:34 PM
Lisa aka Leta Ann
6544971- Memorial #
Dear Gravehunter-
The first wife of Timothe Boucher Dumonbreun was ;" Married Therese Archange Gibault in Boucherville on November 16, 1776.
Référence : http://www.timothydemonbreun.com

Thank for your attention
Added by Lisa aka Leta Ann on Sep 25, 2016 2:56 PM
Windi Spears
Swanson Cemetery
you take care of the memorial for my GGGG Granfather Samuel Spears. Could you please put in a notation that his exact burial spot is unknown and this memorial headstone was set close to his known homestead that was close by by the Sons of American Revolutionary War . I would appreciate it...
Added by Windi Spears on Jul 25, 2016 11:29 AM
Tim Heath
Memorial transfers
Thank you grave hunter for the Heath transfers.

Tim Heath
Added by Tim Heath on Mar 02, 2016 2:34 PM
Tim Heath
Memorial transfers
Thank you grave hunter for the Heath transfers.

Tim Heath
Added by Tim Heath on Mar 02, 2016 2:30 PM
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