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xanderequine (#47019106)
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Cindy Bowers Boyer
Daniel Boon Hood
I've never seen the middle name BOON for Daniel Hood. Where did you find it? Have you seen his file in War of 1812 pension application? Thanks, Cindy Boyer
Added by Cindy Bowers Boyer on Mar 28, 2016 4:24 AM
Kelly T. Wynn b: 1883 d: 1948 and Thelma Edith Wynn b: July 13, 1922 d: Nov 8, 1922, graves are in the Oakwood Cemetery, Princeton,WV.
Added by linda on Nov 03, 2012 1:02 PM
Judy Green
Are you related to the Matherly's??If so You can manage their Memorials!
Added by Judy Green on Oct 08, 2011 12:29 AM
Joyce Roddy
RE: g w morgan
Hi, if you can get a copy of "The History of Wyoming County" you will find the story of George W. Morgan. He died in Camp Chase in Ohio and is burried in grave site 181. Seems to me that we have been in contact before. I lost all of my emails and contacts when I deleted my Microsoft Word 2003 and downloaded Microsoft 2007. I didn't know that my Outlook was connected to the 2003 version. If we have been in contact would you send me an email so I can get your email address again. Joyce
Added by Joyce Roddy on Sep 01, 2011 11:37 PM
Joyce Roddy
RE: g w morgan
Hi, George W. Morgan was my great great grandfather. If you can find the book "History of Wyoming County" there is a great story about George Morgan in that book. I remember my grandmother telling me the story that he was captured and taken to a prison for killing a Union captain but they didn't know what happened to him. She had already passed away when I found out that he died in prison. I visited his grave and there was such an odd feeling as I stood there where he was burried. I also found out later that Juda Cook Morgan was also related to my husband, so we were related and didn't know it. Of course it was either 5th or 6th cousins. Wish I could find a photo of him if you might have one. Joyce
Added by Joyce Roddy on Aug 29, 2011 7:54 PM
RE: shell/matherlys
HI there,
Would love to help but unfortunately I do not have much on them either. I have been working steady on other branches. Please keeo in touch and if I can help in the future, I sure will.

Added by MJ on Sep 29, 2010 6:21 AM
C. Schuyler
RE: halderman
there was a snall stone on the other side of his, but could not read it.
Added by C. Schuyler on Jul 16, 2010 5:14 AM
C. Schuyler
RE: haldeman
There is a stone for an Elisabeth Halteman next to his (there is a memorial & photo for her) but there was nothing stating that she was his wife, but it would seem logical.
Added by C. Schuyler on Jul 15, 2010 7:29 PM
C. Schuyler
RE: haldeman
My pleaseure! Glad I got to it before it sinks completely into the ground! Christine
Added by C. Schuyler on Jul 15, 2010 6:17 PM
William H Caldwell
Could he have been in the Co.F 30th VA S.S. also? If so, let me know. I was at the cemetery today.
Added by Craft on Nov 10, 2009 6:04 PM
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