|Henry J. Inman (#47560467)|
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First and foremost, I am a writer. Thanks to a Catholic nun in high school, Sister Mary Martina, I have pursued my vocation and have had fun all along the way. I have written a book, I'm working on another one, and also researching my family history. God has been good to me. I'm a proud veteran of the U.S. Navy Seabees. Construimus et Batuimus!!|
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|S. Segall||RE: Re: Tommy Rhodes at Valhalla Cemetery|
Thank you Henry for helping me fulfill your request!
Let me know when you have the information and I'll claim your request and get a photo for you.
|S. Segall||Re: Tommy Rhodes at Valhalla Cemetery|
My friend (USC Girl) and I have searched the entirety of Valhalla Cemetery 4 times and have not found Tommy Rhodes. Would you please call the office and verify he has a headstone and the exact location of his burial? Without this information he may never be found. This is a very poorly maintained cemetery. I had to have a headstone for another requester dug out from under 3" of grass a few days ago.
If he does not have a headstone, but you would like a picture of the area and gps coordinates I'm happy to do that for you.
|Bill Mears||RE: Laura Inman Photo|
I just transferred Henry Jr. to you. Tag the GPS will also give you the location in the cemetery. Henry Sr was not next to them.
|Bill Mears||RE: Laura Inman Photo|
You are very welcome, I also have family there. Yesterday I spent the day there and shot 1533 pictures and got every marker. I started through them last night and was looking for the ones that had request and I have found four so far. Henry's should be there also so I will post it as soon as I find it, also on Laura's there was an infant Henry Jr. and I added it. I have ran through almost a quarter of what I shot, going to do more tonight. So keep looking.
|W. P. Inman||William Pinkney Inman|
There is no documented birth nor death date for Pinkney to whom I am a direct descendant through his only child...a daughter...Wilie Ida Inman Davis.
I sent an edit request and felt it deserved more explanation than what was allowed in the edit link. We know that Pink went AWOL from the Confederacy and that he was inducted into the Union Army Dec of 1864. The biography of Sam Massey clearly states that Pink Inman and John Swanger were on a mission he was commanding to rescue the family members of General Carter. The mission failed and Pink and John were killed on Davis Mountain in Haywood County, NC. Sam Massey witnessed their deaths as they were shot in the back trying to escape. Massey had to escape Confederate Home Guard in and around Waynesville, NC and return on foot to Knoxville, TN in order to report the failure of the mission to General Carter. Upon his report General Carter dispatched Kirk's Raiders to the jail to complete the mission and to burn the homes of conspirators with the jail. Kirk dispatched from Knoxville in early February of 1865 and the Jail in Waynesville burned on February 4th of 1865. It is most likely that Pink and John were killed in late January...being on foot and traveling approx 100 miles...would take minimum of 32 hours not counting the need for sleep/rest/hiding to avoid capture. Kirk's raiders flanked the town on horseback...going above...down...and around to enter from the east. This is the timeline I have been able to gather for his closest estimated date of death. Clearly it was NOT February 7th, 1865.
|Carolyn (Schmidt) Alves||Rhodes at Valhalla|
Hi There, I would suggest calling the cemetery office for a burial location to add to your online memorial. This is why there are so many unfulfilled requests, because volunteers don't know where to find them and the office at Pierce Bros Valhalla is not helpful in giving out the information to us either. Thank you! -Carolyn
|Lynn Duncan||Eliza J Inman|
Also, in the 1880 census, she is listed as part of Tennessee Inman and Charles B Duncan's family as "daughter".
|Lynn Duncan||Eliza Jane Inman Duncan's parents|
I received an email about Eliza Jane Inman (Find A Grave#63307745). My great great grandfather was Charles B Duncan (Find A Grave#53850861). His 3rd wife was Tennessee Inman Duncan (Find A Grave#91839292).
The 1870 census shows Eliza J. Inman as born March 7, 1861 (after the 1860 census) and listed together with her mother, Tennessee Inman and her remaining sister. Peter died and she then married Charles B. Duncan.
Would you add her parents Peter Wesley Inman (Find A Grave#123493312) and Tennessee Inman Duncan (Find A Grave#91839292) & sisters, Nancy E. Inman (Find A Grave#130521806) & Mary K. Inman (Find A Grave#104795027)?
|An Oregonian||Joseph Inman #42071477|
Hello, I don't know if you are into genealogy. Here is the family line that we know of for Velma Fredenburg Inman, wife of Joseph Inman:
1)John Vredenburgh and Anna Shaffer, married probably, Niagara Co., NY. (Don't have dates for them)
2) Elijah Anson Vredenburgh (1821-1902) and
Harriet Irwin (1842 - )He born Canada, she England.
They probably married in Niagara Co. or Orleans Co., lived Michigan. (Note the spelling change, the Dutch V sounds like F, many ended up spelled with the F)
3) Emmet Fredenburgh (1873 - ) and Louisa Bresette (1884 - )
4) Velma Fredenburg (1917-1993) married Joseph Inman
The immigrant ancestor for the Van Vredenburgh family was William Issacsen Van Vredenburgh, arriving on the Gilded Beaver into New York, 1665.
|Mary Joan||RE: Oops!|
I know what you mean about finding a beautiful old stone, take a look at this one # 8864735. Not sure if he is related, but we do have Robinson's in our line that lived in Lorain Co area.
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