|Jeffry Burden (#46873454)|
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I have been a resident of Virginia since 1985, most of that time in Richmond. I serve on the Board of the "Friends of Shockoe Hill Cemetery", and am a past Commander-in-Chief of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States (MOLLUS), the oldest Civil War descendants' organization.|
I am happy to make corrections and additions as needed.
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|John Sloan||Richard James Burges|
Jeffery, Thank you for the edits to Richard James Burges. He is part of my extend family connections are you somehow related? I had made those corrections on my Ancestry tree but had failed to make them on the Find A Grave memorial. I saw the "flower" note as well. That was new information to me will include on his page. Thank You, Regards, John
|Joyce Nance-Woodcock||Shaw Neely 51432784|
Thank you so very much for the obit on Shaw Neely.
|Lewis H Mundin III||Henry S. Rose, Jr.|
Shockoe Cemetery correction:
His middle initial was "S" as
in W.E.Pippenger's book "Death Notices
from Rich. Newspapers 1841-53, page329,
"Died on Thursday 7th inst.(i.e. 7 March
1850)Henry S. Rose, aged 49 years...funeral
at his residence in Adam's Valley."
He was the son of Henry and Martha Ann
Mundin Rose. He married Jane Elizabeth
Shaw about 1830 since his son John Henry
was born 5 April 1832. Mary Ann Hazlewood
married Martin W. Hazlewood a native of
Lunenburg Co., VA, a Captain, Co. A, 15th
VA Regt. "Henrico Grays", Editor, "The Virginia
Patron", and served two terms in the VA
Legislature. Martha Jane married John E.
Parrish in Richmond.
|deanna french||Salt Lake Co. Col.Henry Page|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our C.W. Veterans. Col.Henry Page is one such patriot. May I use the photo's you contributed to his F.A,G. Memorial, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration
|Lewis H Mundin III||Richard Prichard Mundin|
Jeff: Would it be possible to eliminate
the write up to my great,great,great uncle
Richard P. Mundin? He was a member of the
Richmond Fire Department, Co. 5 on 9th St,
and a stage carpenter at the Richmond
Theatre at 7th and Broad Sts. He and
Margaret raised six children from their
home on South Fifth Street. His oldest
child Sarah Doran married Mordecai B. Angle,
the son of early Jewish Rabbi.
Richard had a tragic death 24 May 1867
by drowning in the River along with James
Bray, a former City Alderman while checking
Mr. Mundin's fish traps at the falls of the
I would really appreciate you doing this for
me since I think Richard deserves a better
biography. If you need verification let me
know. Many thanks.
Lewis H. Mundin
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
|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
|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.
|Bobbi Keefe Rollins Johnson||Morck memorials|
Thanks for the picture! I appreciate it very much.
Bobbi R Johnson
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