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|Robert Webb (#47387130)|
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Born Washington, DC. Grew up in Washington area. Attended Univ. of Virginia for undergraduate the Emory School of Law in Atlanta, Georgia for law degree. Practiced law in Atlanta area since 1978. Married to Sue Johnson. Two sons, John and Drew.|
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Please accept my deepest sympathies and condolences in the recent passing of your mother.
Added by Buddy on Jan 19, 2012 9:55 PM
|Kent Kooi||Huntington Photos|
Thank you very much for the great photos of Huntington's headstone, and overall view of his part of the cemetery. I certainly appreciate your time and efforts. If I can ever repay your kindness here in western Missouri let me know.
|nicole walker||Ervin L Revill|
Thank you so much for taking that picture for me. I am so grateful to have it. My mom never could manage to go to the grave since he was buried, his death was too much for her to handle. Now I'm in her shoes dealing with her death---believe it or not, having this photo will help me build the collage I never got to finish before she died. She will never see it, but I still want it done. Thank you again!!
Thank you for the great photos. The Xmas wreaths looked beautiful on the graves.
Added by af on Dec 28, 2010 11:23 AM
|Baxter B. Fite III||RE: 86th Illinois Dead in Marietta National Cemetery|
Jeff, Got you message. Can't think of anyone I need pictures of in that area. Had a member of the family killed at Chancellorsville (Confederate), but don't know of anyone that I need pictures of. Thanks for all you're doing. Have A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS! Baxter
|Lisa Hunt Gosdin||J Hunt|
Thank you so much for the photo. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
|Lisa Hunt Gosdin||JP Hunt|
Thank you so much for the photo of my ancestor. Your assistance is greatly appreciated!
Lisa Hunt Gosdin
|Baxter B. Fite III||86th Illinois Dead in Marietta National Cemetery|
Dear Robert, I again want to Thank You for all of the great work you are doing and especially for all the photographs you have taken of the tombstones of the 86th Illinois men. By my count, there are 44 men from the 86th who are or are most likely buried in the Marietta National Cemetery. Of these, 28 were Killed In Action on June 27, 1864 during he assault of Cheatham Hill during the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia. Of these 28, 7 are buried under marked tombstones in Section H and 16 are buried under marked tombstones in Section I. Five men from the 86th are unaccounted for. I have searched diligently for them up here and am not finding them. I believe they are buried as UNKNOWNS in the Marietta National Cemetery. I have set up Find A Grave sites for all five in the Marietta National Cemetery. You have already taken a picture of an UNKNOWN and posted it to Caleb Chenoweth's site. The other four are Thomas Dougherty, John Freemole, Phillip Bausun and Francis Sampson. These four men, I believe, are buried in either Sections H or I, most likely in Section I, and most likely between Grave #9213 and Grave #9262. I would especially love to know who is in Grave #9217. I think that there is a good chance that this is a Co. A man. Grave #'s 9216, 9218, 9219, 9220 and 9221 are all men from Co. A. In any case, whenever you go back to the cemetery, I would love to have you get some pictures of UNKNOWN graves in this area, and if possible post them to the sites of these last four UNKNOWNS of the 86th. As always, please do not make a special trip for me and of course there is no urgency to any of this. Thanks again for all you're doing. I wish I could walk through the cemetery with you sometime in the future. It's been a very long time since I've been to Marietta. Have A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS! You deserve one. By the way, does the name Jeff Richards mean anything to you? He is an old friend of mine and an Attorney in the Atlanta area. Thanks again, Baxter
|richokeefe||James O. Woodworth|
Thanks for the photo of James' marker. It was a O not C for his middle initia; and thus I was sure he was on my family tree and I could add DOB, parents & a short note on his death. It makes a lot of difference.
|Norma Vogler Koontz||Private John P. Vogler|
Mr. Webb, My name is Norma Vogler Koontz and Baxter Fite wrote a wonderful biography about John P. Vogler. I understand that you are the one that took the wideangle photo with John's tombstone in it. I just wanted to let you know how very much the Vogler family appreciated you doing this. Thank you for you dedication in helping others. The Vogler's would like to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas.
Norma Vogler Koontz
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