Thanks to my grandmother, I have always been a graver, starting out at an early age. I have an intense passion for American History, Aviation & Nasa, (Especially of the 60s and 70s). Needless to say I am also a huge sports fan. GO DAWGS!! My graving forte is Arlington National Cemetery, which is in my opinion the greatest history lesson in the United States. There is nothing quite like the atmosphere at ANC. I always cherish my visits there.
Gen. Manning Ferguson Force Gen Manning Ferguson Force is in my family tree, 5th cousin 4X removed. Susan Force married Moses Marsh Craig my 3X grandfather. In your research on Gen. Manning F. Force was there any reference to 9 inch dagger/dirk/boot knife? This dagger has been passed down the family and I am trying to put this dagger ca. 1800-1825 in one of my relatives hand. Any additional information about Gen. Force and his personal effect would be a great help to me. Thank you for your time. Blessing, Rev. David E Craig, Retired.
Medal of Honor There is no such thing as the Congressional Medal of Honor. It is simply the Medal of Honor. The confusion I believe comes from the fact that it is presented to the recipient by the president on behalf of congress.
Kate Cumming Hi, I am in the process of posting the bios of my ggg grandparents David Cumming (95274991) and Janet Wood Cumming (95275280) on their Find-a-Grave sites. Would you kindly connect them to your Kate Cumming (10538942) site? They are her parents and are buried at Magnolia Cemetery not far from Kate. Thank you!
Do you have any connection to my great-great grandfather, John Covode? There are memorials of my creation for his daughter Emma Covode Blair and his grand-daughter, Margaret Covode Blair Curtis (the latter being my maternal grandmother).