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Robert Brink (#47304374)
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Pat Welch
RE: Louise Brink
Bob,

I would absolutely love to have a copy of the passport.

And I will send you another message now, via gmail, with a PDF of an article I found on LOC.gov this afternoon. Not sure how to attach a PDF here!

Many thanks,

Pat
Added by Pat Welch on Sep 17, 2017 7:19 PM
Pat Welch
RE: Louise Brink
Thank you for getting in touch --

Find A Grave Memorial# 98805727

--Pat
Added by Pat Welch on Sep 17, 2017 6:05 PM
Pat Welch
Louise Brink
Hello, Mr. Brink,

Is this the grave of Louise M. Brink, one of NYC's first women psychoanalysts? I believe she was born in the year given here.
I've been looking for more information about Louise M. Brink, but for some reason, there's very little available online -- I haven't yet checked the Library of Congress, though.

Thank you,

Pat
Added by Pat Welch on Sep 17, 2017 11:45 AM
Monica Sheeon
Dorothy Ruth (Hunt) Sheeon
How do you folks look up the heritage and photos of not only my mother, My father Raymond G.Sheeon and My brother Guy David Sheeon. On my mother's side I can go back in years of photos and information on her side of my family under the name of Hunt, but it is all information of my grandmother Ruth Olivia Ripley (Hunt), all the way to the Ripley and Spencer Sarber Family, but I find nothing on my grandfather William Hunt or his side of the family, or on my father's family past my Grandfather Guy Sheeon's family. How do you folks find this information?
Added by Monica Sheeon on Sep 06, 2017 9:15 PM
Janice Hollandsworth
Phyllis Marion Westby
Would you want a transfer of this memorial? I noticed the "Brink" name that you sent with your edit. I am transferring all of my National Cemetery memorials whenever I come across one. Just drop me a note.
Added by Janice Hollandsworth on Aug 11, 2017 7:36 PM
Joan Edsell
Thank you.
Hi Robert, thank you for posting the information about the veterans. Are you any relation to the Brink's that lived in the LeRaysville area? My grandparents were Albert and Mabel Brown Brink. There were my mother's parents. I am interested in learning more about my background. I am also doing research on the Babcock's that used to live around here many years ago. Again, thank you. Joan
Added by Joan Edsell on May 29, 2017 1:02 PM
jmb
RE: William Henry Bunney
I found the following on this site. William William must have been involved in the 4th battle listed:
http://paintrockal.webs.com/historyofpaintrock.htm

There were four battles in Paint Rock. The first battle took place at the rail bridge on April 28, 1862. A 27-man detachment from the 10th Wisconsin Infantry was attacked by what they claimed were "250 rebels" aided by the citizen. Six union soldiers wounded and one Confederate was found dead and one wounded

A second battle took place near the bridge on April 8, 1864, when 15 men from Company D, 73rd Indiana Infantry, fought a Confederate detachment they estimated at 40 men. One Union solider was killed and one wounded. While the Union claimed to have killed two Confederates and wounded 3.

Russell's 4th Alabama Calvary and Mead's Partisan Battalion clashed with the Federal rearguard near the bridge on December 7, 1864 in the Union retreat during Hood's march on Nashville. Thirty-nine Union soldiers was reported missing in action.

The best-known engagement took place on the morning of December 31, 1864. Col. L. G. Mead surprised and captured Company G, 13th. Wisconsin Veterans Infantry, by burning the bridge down and rolling cannon into the river.
Added by jmb on Mar 27, 2017 4:16 PM
Dee Green
Theodore & Virginia Brink
Hi Robert,

I was adding headstone (niche) photos to the Brinks memorials and noticed you had left flowers. If they are family, I would be happy to transfer them to you. There are two other Brinks (Thomas and Marjorie) at the cemetery that I could also transfer if you are related.

Thanks,

Dee
Added by Dee Green on Mar 08, 2017 8:15 AM
Autumn
Brink
Good morning, this is my grandfather and I was wondering if we're are related and how do you know my grandfather?
Added by Autumn on Mar 08, 2017 7:25 AM
David Brink
I'm a Brink
I am the son of Ned Joseph Brink. I've been researching the Brink name and found this listing of yours. Please respond for more information I may have and hope you can share with me.
Thank You,
David W. Brink
davebrink@att.net
Added by David Brink on Feb 04, 2017 11:21 PM
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