|Tom Fagart (#47076877)|
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I live in Concord, NC and I very much enjoy doing genealogy research with over 6,300 family names in my data base.|
I am very interested in ancestors who were in the military and especially the ones who fought in the Revolutionary War. I have identified 67 ancestors and close relatives who fought for independence in the War Between the States. I am a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Capt. Jonas Cook SCV Camp #888.
Some of my ancestor names are Allen, Carpenter, Cauble, Caudle, Hildreth, McKay, Morrison, Motley, Faggart (Fegert), Bost, Corzine, Armstrong, Smith, Reed.
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|April Flores||Photo request|
Thank you very much for the photo! People like you make this journey a bit easier!
|B24CoPilotNiece||RE: FAG 356296020|
Hi Tom - this is done! Thank you very much. Best regards~
|Wm. R. Smith||George Jacob Miller|
Tom: Thanks for placing the 1840's newspaper article on the memorial for George Jacob Miller (20805292) back in 2011. He was my 4th great grandfather, and I just saw the article for the first time.
I have a couple of corrections to the article that I think you and others might be interested in knowing about:
You may already have noticed this, but if Miller's age is correctly stated in the article, then the day and month of his birth were incorrectly listed by the original news writer as March 14, 1748. If you calculate back 91 yrs., 9 mos., and 22 days from his date of death, you get October 19, 1748, which is one day after his birth date as shown on his grave marker in the St. John's Lutheran Church Cemetery (October 18).
Also in the article, I believe the town and district of his birth were spelled incorrectly by the writer or editor. I think it should be Blankenloch, Baden, Germany, or at least that was the closest I could find to what was written there. I'm not an expert on 18th century German geography, however.
Anyway, thank you again for posting the article and honoring him that way.
W.R. Smith 48335432
|Julious||RE: WILLIAM ALEXANDER SMITH|
Your information has been added. Thank you.
Added by Julious on Feb 21, 2014 8:44 AM
|Jeff Hall||RE: Jimmy Wilson Corzine|
Hi Tom, I was pleased to read your message and wanted to thank you for your kind words, it was my honor to photographs Jimmy's headstone in Honolulu and sponsor his memorial.
It is a shame that the VA is not acting on your request to make corrections to his marker, perhaps at some point they will make the appropriate
All the best,
|J.L.M.||RE: MARY ELIZABETEH FAGGART PLESS|
Tom, I transferred the Mary Pless memorial to you since you have a lot of great info to add. Thanks!
Added by J.L.M. on Feb 15, 2014 9:44 AM
|K Perry||Eva Walborn Hautz born 1720|
Hi Tom --I notice your note on Ana Eva Walborn born 1720's findagrave. How are you related to my 5x great grandmother Eva Walborn born 1720 ? Are you related by the Walborn or the Batdorf line ?
Added by K Perry on Sep 27, 2013 10:29 AM
|Svenska flicka||Victor Barringer|
Thank you for the information update! You're right, they're a very interesting family!
|Julious||RE: Robert Sedberry|
Thanks for catching that. These old eyes don't work as good as they used to. Correction made.
Added by Julious on Aug 21, 2013 5:13 PM
|Carol Honeycutt Davis||Honeycutt|
MY GG-GRANDFATHER (LEONARD HONEYCUTT) WAS IN THE CIVIL WAR.. HE DIED FROM THE FEVER...AND WAS BURRIED IN CABARRUS COUNTY,CONCORD NC.I CAN NOT FIND WHERE HE WAS BURRIED..COULD HE HAVE BEEN BURRIED ON THE HOME SITE? THERE HAD TO BE SOMEONE THAT KNOWS.HELP!!!!!!THANKS..CAROL HONEYCUTT DAVIS.
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