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DUVCW (#46829351)
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Bio Photo I am a Daughter of a Union Veteran of the Civil War. (DUVCW) My Great Great Grandfather, John Delong fought in the Civil War. I am unable to find his grave. He died in Spencerville, Ohio on June 17, 1895 at the age of 84. I volunteer at the Grand Rapids, Michigan Home for Veterans.

I am an United States Air Force Veteran.

Also I am the secretary for the Grand Rapids Civil War Round Table. And I am a director on our newly formed group, Friends of Michigan Veterans' Homes. We raise money for the little extras for our Vets in the Homes.

It is hard for me to pass a cemetery without stopping. Lucky for me, my husband has the same interests.

Please if you request a transfer, please use the EDIT key. Also send me your ID number.

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Keith Spears
#24802561 - Thomas L Mills
Thomas is on the tombstone with his wife Albin Mills in Siloam, Macon Co. TN. Research indicates he is actually buried at New Hope Cemetery, Coffee Co. GA. The memorial there is #48052042.

Thanks
Added by Keith Spears on Jan 28, 2015 8:50 PM
Barbara Sherriff Hahn
Emmet Wells
Thank you so much for the transfer, I know it's not the first one from you to me. We've crossed paths before. I greatly appreciate your work and help in assembling my family.
Added by Barbara Sherriff Hahn on Jan 20, 2015 9:38 PM
Barbara Sherriff Hahn
wells
Sorry 76947890 Emitt Albert Wells
Added by Barbara Sherriff Hahn on Jan 20, 2015 8:09 PM
Barbara Sherriff Hahn
emmet wells
Emmet Albert Wells is #76847890.
thank you
Added by Barbara Sherriff Hahn on Jan 20, 2015 6:35 PM
Barbara Sherriff Hahn
Emmet Albert Wells
Thank you for the photo of Emmet Albert Wells, if I may use your photo on my tree I would so greatly appreciate it. I am happy at last to have found his grave and his memorial.
If you have no connection to him, I would greatly appreciate the transfer. He was married to my great-grandmother.
Added by Barbara Sherriff Hahn on Jan 20, 2015 3:05 PM
Karen
John Orton Hooker
Thank you for all your efforts, it is greatly appreciated. I was able to connect this veteran to his wife's memorial in a different cemetery.
Added by Karen on Jan 10, 2015 8:27 PM
Kennetta Lemon
Edward Benner
Thank you for the transfer. I appreciate all your efforts for the veterans. My family is from the Grand Rapids, MI area and when possible I return there to see them and do research in the library. Keep up the good work for the veterans and this awesome website. Kennetta
Added by Kennetta Lemon on Dec 30, 2014 6:13 PM
vl beck
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Pvt Ezra Nutt

Army-Civil War CO H 5 NH INF

Civil War (Union) 1 Branch: Army 1 Company: 132 1 Discharge Rank: Pvt 1 Enlistment Rank: Pvt 1 Military Unit: 2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps
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"During the Civil War, New Hampshire provided 18 infantry regiments, two cavalry regiments, three artillery companies, and three sharpshooter companies. The 5th Infantry became one of the most celebrated units in the war, losing 477 men total of the 1051 who were mustered into service in October 1861..."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Hampshire_in_the_American_Civil_War#Industrialization.2C_abolitionism_and_politics:_1815.E2.80.931860
Added by vl beck on Dec 23, 2014 10:51 AM
Fran Denny
Jonker Memorials
I am very appreciative of the memorials you have transferred to me. Connecting these relatives and adding information is important to me. Thank you for making it possible!
Added by Fran Denny on Dec 12, 2014 8:39 PM
Kat Kent
June Marie Durham
I did the edit thing i dont know if i did right but i would like you to transfer this person memorial page. Thank you. Kathy Kent
Added by Kat Kent on Dec 01, 2014 1:33 PM
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