|Steve Dunn (#477)|
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|RussellK37||Henry H. Giesy|
Steve, What's the source of the Henry H. Giesy photo?
|deanna french||Columbia Co. Civil War Vet. F.A. Haskell|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our "Old Soldiers" that had roots/ties to Vt.Franklin A. Haskell is one such patriot. May I use his marker photo, to post on the Vt. C.W.site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Robert Sullivan||Gen w o darby|
If you would I would be proud to take over gen darbys memorial I have my father alsoburied in ft Smith nationaland would be honored to take gen darby over fro. You. Thank you Robert Sullivan
|Martin W Johnson||inrease allen lapham|
this months Wisconsin historical society - columns newsletter, vol. 36 no. 4. nov. - jan. 2015 issue. page 6. has a much younger picture of him with a child sitting on his lap.
|Christine Phelps||Joel Walker and Missouri Sweeney|
Please unlink them as husband and wife as they are actually siblings. I created Missouri's memorial and keep getting requests to remove this relationship and cannot since you created it. Thanks.
|Kelly M||Gen. James a. Ekin|
This a family member of mine. I'm trying to link him to his mother's and his children's memorials, which I manage. Would you be willing to transfer his memorial to me, so I can correct the multiple entries? Thank you.
Added by Kelly M on Aug 22, 2014 1:09 AM
|Tom Speers||General James Adams Ekin|
The following paragraph comes from the book "The Old and New Monongahela by J. S. Van Voorhis:
Gen. James A. Ekin was engaged in boat bldg. bus. in Elizabeth (PA) at the outbreak of the Rebellion, having succeeded his father-in-law, Sam. Walker. He entered the US Army and in a short time was made Asst. Qrtr. Master, and in time attained the rank of Col. and Brevet Brig. Gen. He con'td in the svc. after the war was over, stationed at San Antonio, TX, and later at Louisville, KY, where he d. in Mar., 1891.
James Ekin's wife was Diana Craighead Walker which is Find A Grave # 44090159 that can be seen partially to the right of James's tombstone. Diana was one of 10 children of Samuel Walker and Nancy Josephine Speers of Elizabeth PA. Diana had a 4th child William M. Ekin buried in Cave Hill Cemetery that is not yet linked. Nor is Diana linked to General James Ekin.
Diana is the grand daughter of Diana Craighead 1780-1853, and Major John S Walker 1770-1856 who fought in the War of 1812 and built packet boats for the Lewis and Clark Expedition in Elizabeth PA. Diana's uncle Major Robert C Walker married Eliza Blaine the sister of politician James G. Blaine.
|Albert Arnold Sprague, IV||John Frederick Finerty / Your photo|
Any chance you know whose headstone is next to John Frederick Finerty's? It may be his wife, Sadie Isabelle Hennessey, died 1933. You took a photo of his headstone which included her adjacent headstone.
Find A Grave Memorial# 12675031
Calvary Cemetery, Evanston, Cook County, Illinois, USA
|Laura Plummer Ranville||Basil Kidwell|
I inadvertently transferred this memorial to you instead of another member. (I noticed this has happened to you before!)
Basil Kidwell #93619567
Would you please transfer it to Then and Now, #47715278. Thanks.
I appreciate your help and apologize for the inconvenience.
|Bob Conner||Gordon Granger|
Steve: I would like permission to use your photo of Gordon Granger's grave site in Lexington, Ky, in my soon-to-be-published biography of him. If you are willing, please email the original jpeg photo, too, to me at email@example.com. I would of course credit and thank you in the book. -- Bob Conner
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