Wells County Book thank you I was able to view the book online and found it very helpful. I knew there was a story somewhere about my Great Great Grandfather deserting, now I know where its from! Also interesting information on the Bloxsom family, whom I also am related to. So this was a wealth of information for me.
Wheelers Thank you so much for posting photos of T.W. Wheeler and his wife. Thomas Webster is my 2nd Great Uncle and I had a couple of photos of him but none the age of the one you posted. I'd never seen a pic of Eva McDaniel though and I thank you for hers. She is related to me as Thomas' wife but also the aunt of my Great Grandmother as well.
Im tickled pink to see these pics. May I ask how you came by them?
RE: Elizabeth Hannah Eakin Moreau Dear Ron, I apologize for not responding sooner since September 2015 as my husband passed away and I have not be on Find A Grave until now. Elizabeth Hannah Eakin Moreau (1834-1900) was my 4th cousin 5 x removed. Find A Grave Memorial # 10063 6350
Her 2nd husband, William Capers Moreau (1834-1874), as you mentioned, I cannot find any search history on Ancestry, so I do not know anything about how he got murdered.
Memorial# 118359530 Thanks for letting me know where the photo came from. I have left a flower on her memorial stating the source of your photo so future visitors will know.
Could you please leave such information in the caption area of photos that you upload? I notice other people are asking you for information on other photos you have added. Knowing the sources of information is vital for people researching their ancestors.
All your hard work and contributions are greatly appreciated! Thanks.
Memorial# 118359530 I hope you can tell me where you got the photo you posted on Adalin M. Wright Macauley's memorial. The caption in the photo says she was National President. But president of what organization?? You left no caption stating what book the photo was from. Thanks so much.
Photo of Delzie Demaree Interested in the provenance of the photo of Delzie Demaree in uniform that is used in his memorial. My late father was a student of Demaree and I'm working on a project to document the man's amazing career and contributions to the field of botany.
I just noticed your message from a few years ago and looks like I never replied to you :-( My apologies!
I don't believe there is any connection between my Jesse Scott buried in Shiloh Cemetery and your Owen Scott. Jesse's father, Andrew Scott, is buried in Rockbridge County, VA. His will mentions all of the children I'm aware of from other family documents. I've researched his descendants from all these children but have never seen anyone named Owen in any of the families.
Always fun to research a common surname! Good luck with your research.