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Patrick Patterson (#47496002)
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Bio Photo I am fully retired following a 25 year career with the FBI. I have been a genealogy researcher for 20 years and enjoy helping others find the graves of ancestors and documenting their research requests.
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Anonymous
RE: Eleanor Elizabeth Crymble Martin Hauschild Memorial
thanks for the offer...don't need to own, want info as complete as possible to assist anyone trying to make connections .. thanks for your contributions
Added by Anonymous on Jul 13, 2014 2:38 PM
Joe Hines
Hooker Family
I want to thank you for taking your time to send me these tombstone pictures and it's much appreciated.
You have a wonderful and blessed day

Joe hines
Added by Joe Hines on Jun 09, 2014 3:39 PM
Joe Hines
Hooker Family
I want to thank you so much for taking your time to send me these three tombstone pictures and it's much appreciated.
You have a wonderful and blessed day.

Joe Hines
Added by Joe Hines on Jun 08, 2014 1:52 PM
Joe Hines
Issac H. Hooker
I want to thank you for taking your time to send me this tombstone picture and it's much appreciated.
You have a wonderful and blessed day

Joe Hines
Added by Joe Hines on Jun 08, 2014 4:44 AM
Joe Hines
Tombstone Pictures
This is Joe hines and Patrick I want to thank you so much for taking your time to end me these 3 pictures for the Hooker Family and it's much appreciated.
You have a wonderful and blessed day.

Joe Hines
Added by Joe Hines on Jun 07, 2014 3:07 PM
klassikat
Patterson, Joseph
Hello, I looked for his marker today and couldn't spot it. But I'll get some names around him and that may help if he doesn't have a stone. Is he related at all to a Thomas Patterson Kendrick? Thomas is, I think, in the same area as Joseph. I've added a photo of Thomas' marker. Wish me luck locating Joseph.
Added by klassikat on Apr 02, 2014 9:52 PM
KATHY
Allen Wakeman Beasley (#114827047)
Good morning Mr. Patterson. I wanted to thank you for the photo of Mr. Beasley's grave. That was very kind and thoughtful of you sir. There is one thing I would like to respectfully point out if you don't mind. The photo is on its side. Is there any way that you could re-post the photo right-side-up? That would be great. I thank you for your time.
Added by KATHY on Mar 12, 2014 9:37 AM
E.
RE: St. Mary's Cemetery, Mt. Troy Road, Pgh
notes I have from a family member said about what her father (born around 1894) told her when they went to see the unmarked grave by the cemetery wall where we have a relative.

"These were very poor times. What was bought was not the plot but the right to bury, and often indigent were buried in these graves. He was told by his father that often people threw babies over the cemetery wall and they were picked up in the morning for burial."

This info is old enough to be near - contemporaneous. and I think it may well be true.
Added by E. on Jan 13, 2014 8:20 AM
E.
RE: St. Mary's Cemetery, Mt. Troy Road, Pgh
Thank you! I want to go there when the snow is not so bad and I can find it with a GPS. I have lots of relatives there. Mt family had said people were so poor there they threw babies over the wall for burial, and people are buried several layers deep. I know my off- the-boat great-great grandmother doesn't have a stone. Mayhaps our families knew each other.
Added by E. on Jan 12, 2014 7:01 PM
Terry Foenander
Thomas T. Baum
I have the following data (shown with sources) on Baum:

Thomas T. Baum, born North Carolina, 1846; served as ordinary seaman, on the CSS Sea Bird; captured Roanoke Island, North Carolina, and paroled, February 12, 1862; resided, in 1880, as a sailor, with his wife, Emily, and five children, at Atlantic, Currituck County, North Carolina. [Scharf, 391; ORN 2, 1, 306; 1880 U.S. Census; Confederate Navy subject file, R Prisoners and Prisons, RB Prisoner of War rolls.., Mississippi Squadron-Miscellaneous, page 445.]


Hope it helps.
Added by Terry Foenander on Jan 10, 2014 5:25 PM
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