I went ahead and accepted your edit adding the parents of Americus Hatchett. I was just curious what your source material is. Americus' first wife (Sarah Collier) was my 4th great aunt.
Added by Mitch on Jul 18, 2016 2:03 PM
|Lewis H Mundin III||John Howard in Shockoe Cemetery|
I'm an acquaintance of Barbara New working
on our Howard line several years ago.
John Howard, 1774-1868 is my gr,gr,gr,grfather.
I have the family Bible and a copy is in the
VA Historical Society.
John's obituary states: advanced age of 94...
he was born near Bowling Green (Caroline Co.)
From family notes he married Nancy Sizer Dickerson (not Dickinson)at her father's home
near Chilesburg in Caroline on March 20, 1810
the daughter of Jonathan and Croshe Sizer Dickerson.
Her obituary says they had eleven children. I have
the names of ten: Charles Lewis (1811-1849);
Lucy Ann Mundin(1813-1893); William (1815- )
John (1817-1860), wife Martha Ellett; George (1819-1856); Margaret,
infant d. 1822; Jane E. d. 1826 age two;
Mary Ann 1827- abt. 1870) who married Doran Allen Mundin; Sarah Jane Jones (1829-1867); Malinda Elizabeth Dixon (1832- 1864). Most are buried in Shockoe Cemetery.
I would be obliged if you would make the changes.
Thank you, Lewis H. Mundin III, email@example.com
Added by Lewis H Mundin III on Jul 16, 2016 2:12 PM
|deanna french||GAG PHOTOS,Eugene Ballard|
Good afternoon Jeffery; I am a Vermont Civil War Buff, and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of the C.W. Veterans that had any ties to Vermont, ( Birth, service, etc.) Eugene Ballard is one of such soldiers. I am asking you if I can use the photo you have posted on his Find A Grave Memorial page, to use on the Vermont Civil War data base ( www.vermontcivilwar.org) You may have others posted that I haven't discovered yet, and, if so, could I use them? You would receive credit for this, if you choose to give permission.
Thank you for your consideration
Added by deanna french on Jul 16, 2016 11:10 AM
|Alan Smithee||William Edward Miller, Original MOLLUS Companion|
Candidate for the MOLLUS virtual cemetery:
William Edward Miller
Elected May 4, 1881. Class 1. Insignia 2229. PA Commandery.
Identified by the US National Park Service as the only Medal of Honor recipient for action at the Battle of Gettysburg (he disobeyed orders) to be buried in the Gettysburg National Military Cemetery.
Added by Alan Smithee on Jul 03, 2016 9:00 PM
|Bobbi Keefe Rollins Johnson||Morck memorials|
Thanks for the picture! I appreciate it very much.
Bobbi R Johnson
Added by Bobbi Keefe Rollins Johns... on Jun 20, 2016 3:56 PM
|bianca||RE: Benneville Ruth picture|
Well, thank you very much for the picture and taking the time to post it. I appreciate it so much!
Added by bianca on May 31, 2016 8:24 PM
|bianca||Benneville Ruth picture|
Hi I forgot to ask, do you know who the other man in the picture is? Is it Adam Dorn?
Added by bianca on May 31, 2016 6:28 PM
|bianca||Picture left of Benneville P Ruth|
Hello Mr. Burden,
Where in the world did you find a picture of Benneville P Ruth? I have a ton of family pictures but non of him or any soldier from the Civil War.
Added by bianca on May 31, 2016 6:24 PM
|Sylvia Mintz Thomas||Pvt Owen N.Williams|
Owen Williams left behind an orphaned family. I have spent the last 7 years documenting the history of this family. His youngest daughter lived to be 100 years old and her great grands remember her well. She was a pioneer in south west Florida after marrying another Civil War orphan.
I am not a member of Owen's family, just a volunteer genealogist. Thank you for your work in helping me provide this family with closure by specifically marking the final resting place of their GG Grandfather. May I humbly ask that I be granted permission to copy the pictures you have provided on Find A Grave ?
Sylvia Mintz Thomas
Added by Sylvia Mintz Thomas on May 16, 2016 8:24 PM
|Sherri Louise Patton Cordon||Lucy Coleman Slaughter Williams|
Hello I am writing you to let you know you opened a memorial page for Lucy Coleman Slaughter in 2014 which there is a page for this person opened in 2008 #27417431. It might be wise to contact the person that opened the page first and combine your information.
Thanks in advance for your help in clearing up mutable pages.
Sherri Patton Cordon
Added by Sherri Louise Patton Cord... on Apr 29, 2016 6:00 PM
Thanks for the reply and I apologize for the brevity...I was working at a library computer and we get automatically kicked off 15 mins before closing time.
Guess that's why she divorced him even though she spoke fondly of him decades later as "my Mr. Snow".
I have other information on Snowa families that I can email to you if you are interested. Are you related? I collected it while looking for grandma's Snowa. I am not otherwise related to him. Then when I found him I didn't know where he was buried to add the info so I was happy to see your edit. That solved the mystery.
Thanks again, Cara
Added by Cara on Apr 16, 2016 3:02 PM
Thanks for the updates. My grandma always talked about "my Mr. Snowa" and I wondered what happened to him. It looks like he died soon after last child was born. Do you know what of?
Added by Cara on Apr 15, 2016 5:44 PM
|Rich Dohm||RE: MOLLUS ~ removals to Richmod National?|
Thank you sir, I'll reply to you privately.
Added by Rich Dohm on Apr 07, 2016 4:17 PM
|Rich Dohm||MOLLUS ~ removals to Richmod National?|
Hello Mr. Burden. I have a question for you, simply historical interest. On you memorial for Jules Camp is a quote "all of the remains were moved to Richmond National Cemetery in 1866-67" and I'd like to know the citation? (I wasn't aware of this removal from Shockoe Hill, and there's no attest on the plaque your order posted, or in the historical accounts of Richmond National that I'm aware of.) I read your profile, I'm thinking you'd know. Thanks for your guidance. Rich.
Added by Rich Dohm on Apr 07, 2016 9:38 AM
|Sharon Leon||RE: Corp. Robert Kittsmiller|
Thank you for letting me know. I've asked someone I know in Logan if she can look for an obituary for Eliza James b. 1803 VA, who d. in Logan, Hocking Co., OH in 1890. I found exactly when she passed away at FamilySearch.org. I'm pretty sure she was buried in either the Old Logan Cemetery with her daughter and Robert Kittsmiller or across the street in the newer Oak Grove Cemetery with a grandson and other Kittsmillers, although I do find sometimes that someone was buried someplace unexpected. Sharon
Added by Sharon Leon on Mar 11, 2016 10:25 AM
|Sharon Leon||RE: Corp. Robert Kittsmiller|
According to an 1880 OH census for the Kittsmiller family, his mother-in-law was Eliza James from VA and living with them. You have lots of James memorials. Do you have a James branch that might be connected with this family? Sharon
Added by Sharon Leon on Mar 10, 2016 10:21 AM
|Sharon Leon||Corp. Robert Kittsmiller|
You posted a photo of Robert on my memorial for him. How did you come to have a photo of Robert? He was the father-in-law of one of my distant Allen branch cousins. Sharon
Added by Sharon Leon on Mar 10, 2016 9:56 AM
|DAR2015||John W. Martin|
I visited the Village Office of Dorchester and they have no record of John W. Martin being buried there. The cemetery has always been managed by the Village Office and their records are very organized and detailed. There was a plot of 4 bought by a Martha J. Martin, Valentine Hagler and Lucinda Hagler are the only people buried there.
Added by DAR2015 on Feb 26, 2016 8:59 PM
|mander||Estate of Mary Crump plot|
Are there other graves marked or unmarked in this plot? If so any chance of them being added in the near future? Thanks
Added by mander on Feb 05, 2016 9:40 PM
|Richard Boyer||RE: William Kroesen|
William's grave is unmarked. I took pictures of
Cora and Jane's markers and also an overall picture of the lot. William is buried between Cora and Jane and as you can see there is no marker. Looks like he is entitled to a military marker. Suggest you contact the cemetery and get the paperwork started for that.
Added by Richard Boyer on Feb 02, 2016 12:43 PM
I am a Great Grandson of Capt. George Jeremiah Shepardson. I was excited to find the photo you posted on his Find a Grave website. I would like to use the photo on my Ancestry Family Tree and on my Wikitree Website. Is it copyrighted? Can I get permission to use it?
I have two large oil portraits commissioned by Capt. G. J. Shepardson. One is of his father and the other of his infant son (my grandfather). I would be happy to share photos of them if you have any need.
Thanks. Dick (Richard D. Shepardson)
Added by rshep on Jan 24, 2016 7:38 PM
|Sara||RE: New Mansfield Center Cemetery Mansfield CT / Charles Fenton|
He's yours...how wonderful that you are finding so much to add to his memorial page.
Added by Sara on Jan 23, 2016 5:00 PM
|Sara||New Mansfield Center Cemetery Mansfield CT|
I just completed your edit for Charles Fenton and wanted to tell you that I love the photograph of him and his medal that he received. How special that you can share these.
If you would like him transferred to your care...just send me an edit with your contributor's number.
Good luck with your genealogy,
Added by Sara on Jan 23, 2016 12:09 PM
|LK||RE: James Hezekiah Jackson|
Hi, Could you please send your correction information again. I think I accidentally responded to your request when I was trying to respond to another. Thanks
Added by LK on Jan 23, 2016 11:51 AM
|Baxter B. Fite III||RE: Pvt J W McCullough|
Thanks to you, I may have lived to see another picture of a veteran of the 86th. I would love to know a little more about the picture, but, under the circumstances, we would probably never learn more about the picture, where it came from, etc. I know little about the McCulloughs. I can't even find him for certain in the 1850 or 1860 census. I don't know who his parents were, I don't know if he had any brothers or sisters. When he enlists, it is recorded that he was single. After his death, Burkhalter talks about a wife, perhaps just a mistake, but, who knows at this point. Perhaps he did marry in the three or so weeks before they left for the war. I do have several records of marriages of 86th Illinois vets during this time. I doubt McCullough left any children, but, there again, who knows and not knowing about brothers or sistersand not being able to identify the family, I was questioning whether there are any descendants of the family living. I definately know of vets of the 86th, who do not have any living descendants today. The family just died out.
I am thrilled you found the picture, but, I wish it was in the hands of some family, who could tell us more about it and HIM and how they came to have it. Unfortunately, probably most pictures of Civil War vets have gotten out of the hands of family now and those stories are lost.
I think I will pass on bidding on the picture. Not the best of times for me the last few years, job wise, and at this time of the year, I have grandchildren to think about. Thanks for locating this picture for us though. At least we got a copy of it for his site. I tried to go through the rest of his pictures and do not find any other pictures of vets of the 86th.
Well, I 've got to take my son to work. Thanks for finding the picture and thanks for letting me know about it and getting it for McCullough's Find A Grave Memorial. It is GREATLY APPRECIATED!! Keep me and my work in mind. Baxter
Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Dec 19, 2015 4:50 AM