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Thank you to all who leave flowers at my memorials. It is greatly appreciated. I am researching the Baileys and Schnees, of Posey County Indiana, the Youngs of Jonesboro AR and the Junkins of the Pacific Northwest. PS...Go Cubs!|
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I would like requeat a transfer for my brother Kenneth Eugene Umbach to me
Thank you for setting this up. And I'll be sure to thank William Tatum for the photo.
Cubbiegirl are you still active on findagrave
|kellybean||Evva (Jones) Schnee|
I've added a picture of Aunt Evva to her memorial today ~ I saw you had left many flowers and tokens and thought you would be interested. Are you related?
|SueBordwell||Perry and Anna Foulkes|
Thanks for the photos and info you posted. I had this picture of Perry and Anna so I thought I post it. Perry was my great uncle.
|Linda Saltzman McCall||Bailey|
I added picture to Abner Bailey but stone says Albert. Dates match. If you don't think it is correct, we can remove it.
Today was my brother's 49th birthday. I thought of you because you always left a note. I hope all is well. email me to say hi. email@example.com. Violet
|David Fisher||Henry & Nancy Pote|
I added their marker to their memorials. I saw you were researching so I left this message.
|David Fisher||Morris B. Pote|
I have just started Find A Grave and working on my family lines. Morris Pote's father Thomas Butland Pote & Rachel Edwards are my great-great grandparents. Thought you might want to add the following articles to Morris Pote's memorial.
Morris B. Pote
Was born in Harmony township July 18, 1844. He lived on a farm in section 31 practically all the younger years of his life. When the civil war broke out he was among the first to answer his country's call. July 28, 1862, Mr. Pote, although an extremely young man, enlisted in company A., ninety-first Indiana regiment, Captain Carson commanding. The regiment was in several sharp engagements before they had been in service very long. They were about Ringgold, Ga., until Atlanta had been taken, and then moved toward Nashville after Hood, the confederate commander. They then embarked on steamboats bound for Cincinnati, going to Washington, thence to Alexandria,Va., where they boarded ship for Smithfield, N.C., destined for Fort Anderson. From Wilmington, N.C., the regiment moved to Goldsboro, that state, to form a junction with Sherman, and were engaged at Raleigh when the confederate force under Johnston surrendered. Mr. Pote received his discharge in June, 1865. Thomas Pote, the father of the subject of this sketch, was born in England and came to Harmony township in the early 30's. The mother also came from England. The are only two children living, Morris B. Pote and Henry Pote. Mr. Pote was married May 6, 1866 to Miss Mary Schnee, a native of Harmony township. They have five children, all daughters. He has always been a republican in politics serving as committeeman for more than a score of years. He was appointed postmaster in New Harmony July 1, 1897. He belongs to the Odd Fellows and John K. Highman Post G. A. R. No. 414. (Illustrated Atlas of Posey County, Indiana 1900)
Postmaster for New Harmony, IN. Was 68 in 1910. Was a second generation American who had marched with Sherman in Georgia and the Carolinas. (Images of America New Harmony Indiana Copyright 2000)
One Thing At Christmas We Always Like To Do...Is Send "God's Blessings" To Special Ones Like You. God Bless You With The Most Joyous Christmas Season. I Thank My God Upon Every Remembrance Of You.~Philippians 1:3 Ron & Jan
|David Farnell||Mark West McFadden|
Thank you for creating the memorial for Mark. He had many sincere friendships all over the world through the internet--he touched a lot of lives. Many of us would never have known he was dead if you hadn't created the memorial.
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