|Tami Glock (#46872676)|
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|I have been semi-active in researching genealogy for 40 years. As difficult as the search is I wish I would have found a site like "Find A Grave" a long time ago. If I have included a photo of the grave I have visited it myself. If it is just a listing I am using records from my genealogical files to include graves that have not been reported. This includes graves that may no longer be (as they have been moved), but do contain some information for the family researcher. Please feel free to let me know of any edits or additional information that needs to be added. Wish I had more time and resources to help.|
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|Charles Walthall||N. J. Tillman|
Is there any chance you know anything else about Pvt. N. J. Tillman buried at Maple Hill Cemetery? A tombstone has been found in Fayetteville Ark that is of the correct age to have served in the a46th Mo. Inf. Or do you know of a contact at the cemetery that might be able to help?
|Connie ||Clayton Milton Chaney|
I see that my uncle is memorialized at two cemeteries and so, has two pages here, which you might like to merge. Yours is # 142880270 and the other is # 21418417
Added by Connie on Jan 31, 2017 6:23 AM
|Deborah Horzen||Alexander Chisholm transfer, Jefferson Barracks Nat'l Cemetery|
Thank you, Tami, for what must be one of the fastest transfers in the history of Find A Grave =-)
I will respond in kind and link this soldier to his family.
I appreciate it so much! Keep up the wonderful, useful work that you do for Find A Grave.
|In memory of Bo and Chris||RE: Blackmon edit|
Thanks... they really need to add that edit... several don't include the cemetery name when they do up the obituary. Thank you! Cecile
|In memory of Bo and Chris||Blackmon edit|
Thank you for the information. Do you use the "edit" sections of the memorials when you do edits? I know I tend to catch them better when it is done that way... as it is easier to do editing when it goes through that way... however, I am not sure if adding the cemetery could be done that way. I appreciate your providing me with that information. If you find any more corrections that need to be made, please let me know. Thank you! Cecile
|Connief||34271513 B.L. Coats|
Wondering if you had any information on this person? His death date corresponds to military records for my Benjamin L. Coats, however, the headstone is inscribed "Mich", mine was Missouri.
Added by Connief on Jan 05, 2017 8:51 AM
|No Guts, No Glory||David Blum|
THANK YOU for the additional information...
and MERRY CHRISTMAS!
|Richard Held||Elmer W Held|
Thank you for posting a picture my Father's and Mother's grave stone!
|Anita Rodgers||Thank You !!|
Thank you for the transfer of Anthony P Canovi!! Anita - He will be in good hands.
|Jim Fenn-Lawson||Robert W. Ames #109091920|
Robert W. Ames served with the 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery Regiment Company B, with the rank of Private. He was wounded at the Battle of Cedar Creek and died on November5 1864. The source of this information is from the book The Story of the 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery Regiment by Richard W Smith. Thank you for creating the memorial.
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