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Ray Harris
RE: Bruce
I will make the pictures of the Bruces, the next day or so when I get back to Swansons.

Added by Ray Harris on Aug 06, 2013 5:42 AM
Ray Harris
I found a John( 1805-1853 and Elizabeth Bruce(1808-1873). Probably some kin to the other ones.
Added by Ray Harris on Aug 05, 2013 1:23 PM
Jim Shropshire
Corp Henry C Hodde
I noticed your shortened name on our uncle's memorial and am now looking for info on the disposition of his remains. Is it already available?

I added his mother Gertrude's memorial to the database and linked it to his father.

I am very foggy on the family's loss since I was probably only 6 when I visited Texarkana for the only time. A very warm and inviting home and family. Maybe also sad, looking back, a very quiet home indeed.

Your probable cousin,

Jim Shropshire
Added by Jim Shropshire on Jan 11, 2013 1:17 AM
John Heseltine
RE: Benham, Henry Hill
I sent the infprmation to whoever has the memorial. I thought I saw same name on 23rd US Infantry list but with an Illinois burial.
I'm working up information on the 20th thru 45th US Infantry (1866-1900 era). Maybe it was some one else with an interest in 23rd US Infantry.
Its not hard for me lose track of who is interested in what.
John H
Kennebunk, Maine
Added by John Heseltine on Aug 06, 2012 2:33 PM
John Heseltine
Benham, Henry Hill
Benham, Henry Hill, Feb. 28, 1856 born at New Bedford, Mass., son of BrigGen. Henry W. and Elizabeth A. McMial Benham; July 1, 1875-Aug. 17, 1876 West Point cadet; Sept. 1, 1879 2ndlt., Co. B, 2nd U. S. Infantry Rgt. June 15, 1889 1stlt. Feb. 1, 1898 capt. July 18, 1898 maj., chief ordnance officer, volunteers May 12, 1899 discharged from volunteers; recruiting duty at Syracuse, N. Y. Sept. 24, 1902 maj., 23rd U. S. Infantry Rgt. 1906 commanding 3rd Battalion, 23rd U. S. Infantry Rgt. at Ft. Ontario, N. Y. 1908 retired for disability; March 21, 1911 died at New York City and buried in Congressional Cemetery at Washington, D. C.
Added by John Heseltine on Aug 06, 2012 12:25 PM
Didn't find the info. Have misplaced my Cemetery Book. May have confused info with sheriff who was listed before him and was shot and killed and the sheriff listed after him who was also Tax Collector. Have corrected memorial until such time as I stumble upon verifying info.
Added by tisanders on Nov 14, 2010 8:29 AM
Sorry. I found it right after I asked you. I think I got that out of the Trinity County Beginnings book. I managed to find him online listed as a sheriff with those dates. I'll have to do a little more looking to find where I found the info that he was shot and killed. I'll let you know when I do. That will give me something to do tomorrow.
Added by tisanders on Nov 13, 2010 7:19 PM
R. T. "Tom" Chandler
Can you please tell me what cemetery? I couldn't find the memorial you had a question about.
Added by tisanders on Nov 13, 2010 1:05 PM

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