|Jack Gibson (#47103337)|
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Second of 4 children. Born in Connecticut. Married with wife and two children in North Carolina. Graduated from the University of Virginia with degrees in Biology and Education.|
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Jack, I added Mary Campbell's middle name as an edit to you. Also included her section, five, which is up on the hill to the left edge of the cemetery. This gravestone (which has Garsides on the back) is just across from the large Kiely mausoleum. Let me know if you want me to transfer the other Campbells to you. Happy to keep them with a relative :)
Added by Graver on Oct 06, 2015 8:50 PM
|Mike McQuaid||Felix McGuiness 1810 - 1871 Ford, Liverpool|
The section that Felix was buried in was, according to burial records section SV. Unfortunately none of the graves in SV are marked. It is listed as a 'public' area.
I have attached a photo of the section to his page but I understand that it doesn't help your research in any way so please delete it if you wish.
You may have already seen on the records that his last address was 49 Crete St, Liverpool. That no longer exists but there is a photo of it (which looks to include number 49) on
If you were looking for the location of where it was on a modern map of Liverpool it is more or less where Jason St and 'Crete Towers' now stand.
|Gail A||RE: Thank you|
You're very welcome. My pleasure.
Added by Gail A on Jan 01, 2015 5:05 PM
|sandlotball||Daniel Leo McGuinness|
Hello - you placed a photograph of ... something, on this memorial. You wrote in the caption only "family marker".
This is not a photograph that was taken in Ft. Custer National Cemetery.
It's not the grave marker for Daniel Leo McGuinness Memorial# 72726397.
Please take one of the 2 following actions;
1) Fully explain, in the photo caption, exactly what the picture is of, AND why it is appropriate for it to be placed on this memorial.
2) Delete it.
|Christina||Ernest Garrett photo|
Thank you! :)
|Kelly Waldroup||Ambrose Cothran|
Thank you a thousand times over for this picture!!!
|Lori ||RE: Thanks for taking photo|
You're very welcome! I'm so happy I could help out :)
Added by Lori on Oct 10, 2012 7:26 AM
|Donna (Strout) Sakaske||John Daly Photo Request|
The only John Daly I found at Fairview Cemetery in Dalton, MA was a John E. Daly, Born 1905, Died 1947. If you'd like to provide me with your email, I can email the photo to you as an attachment or upload it to Find A Grave.
|Leon Edmund Basile||Andersonville|
In the Appendix (Names of the Union Soldiers Buried at Andersonville), in the book THE SOLDIER'S STORY OF HIS CAPTIVITY AT ANDERSONVILLE, BELLE ISLE, AND OTHER REBEL PRISONS by Warren Lee Goss (Boston: Lee & Shepard, 1870 edition), in the Mass. section, page 297, it lists Pvt. John Miland [note spelling], Company H, 2nd Regiment Mass. [Heavy] Artillery, died on Sept. 13, 1864, of scorbutus [better known as scurvy]. In MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIERS, SAILORS, AND MARINES IN THE CIVIL WAR, Adjutant General of Massachusetts, 9 volumes (Norwood: Norwood Press, 1931-37), 5: 732, under Co. H, 2nd Regt. Mass. Heavy Arty., it lists Pvt. John Milan [note spelling], res. of Milford, Mass., bootmaker by trade, enlisted at age 30 on Dec. 3, 1863; mustered Dec. 7, 1863; taken prisoner, date not shown; died of disease Sept. 13, 1864, Andersonville, Ga., a Prisoner of War. You might already have this info, but send it to you now in case you do not.
|Calvin Kyle Bobbitt||Gates & Bobbitt in the Little River Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Caldwell, Orange Co., NC|
Thank you for making the photographs of the headstones of Elmore Gates (1824 - 1890) & Rebecca Erwin Hall Gates (1831 - 1905) & Hallie Green Bobbitt (1907 - 1964) buried in the Little River Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Caldwell, Orange County, North Carolina, USA.
I appericate it very much.
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