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Janet (#46573654)
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Ellen Headington
RE: Ron Scharf photo thanks
You are welcome. Ellen Headington
Added by Ellen Headington on Oct 27, 2015 6:04 AM
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
W. Alban
Hi Janet:
Thanks for the information. Can you steer us to some kind of list or roster of who was moved to Andersonville NC from the camp you mentioned?
Dave T.
Added by Sons of Union Veterans of... on Oct 10, 2015 10:20 PM
Elisha Listen #28466144
Hi Janet,

Thank you for creating this FAGM in 2008 for my GG Grandfather Elisha Listen. I'm writing to ask if you would be willing to transfer management to me, so I can more easily add additional links and information?

Thanks for considering request, and best regards,

Family Researcher
Added by family-researcher on Oct 05, 2015 9:19 PM
RE: David F. Feaga
Very helpful, thank you!

1. Yes, Emanuel Easter is Ann's father.
2. Rebecca V Sheppard is Ann's step-daughter

Next, I hope to search for records for the Cumberland Lutheran Church.

Thanks again. Tom S. Brown
Added by tom5brown8 on Sep 16, 2015 3:10 PM
Susan K Gayley
Alice Gayley
Thank you for your kind thoughts regarding our aunt. They were greatly appreciated. The Family of Alice Gayley.
Added by Susan K Gayley on Sep 15, 2015 3:25 PM
RE: David F. Feaga
Thank you again for the information from the Anna Eliza widow's pension file (maiden name, marriage to Barnitz, birth date of daughter Harriett, etc.)

Might there be additional information about David F Feaga in the file? (i.e. place of birth, parents, siblings, named witnesses, Anna Eliza's parents, etc.)

I am a descendant of Andersonville survivor: William Feaga (1836-1912) a musician of the 72nd Ohio Inf Co A. He was captured at Brice's Crossroads MS June 11, 1864 and discharged June 16, 1865. When about age 10 he moved to a great aunt's son (Susan M. Feaga Holtz 1788-1870 & Jacob P Holtz 1815-1889) in Seneca Co OH. (I have his file from the National Archives).

Thank you for any help in remembering and honoring David F Feaga and William Feaga, and for helping to see if there might be a family connection (cousins, brothers, etc?).
Added by tom5brown8 on Sep 15, 2015 11:05 AM
RE: David F. Feaga
Thank you! Do you have access to Fold3? Thanks again.
Added by tom5brown8 on Sep 14, 2015 8:52 PM
Leanne Newman
RE: James Sutherland
You are correct. I looked at my papers and I am in agreement with you as to James death location. For some reason I have had it in my head that he died in Vicksburg and could not figure out why he would be buried in Marietta. A mystery I have spent a few years trying to solve. That is why it is good to get another perspective - The Readstown Area Historical Society sells a book of Carter Family Civil War letters that has a letter with a brief reference in it of James death. I am secretary for the Society.
Thank you so much for clearing this up about James.
Added by Leanne Newman on Sep 06, 2015 7:08 PM
Scott R.
RE: E. Baker
Hi Janet,
Edwin Albert Baker is listed in the "England and Wales Census, 1851" which lists his mother as Emily.

He immigrated with his family to the US in June 1852.

He is also listed in the "New York, State Census, 1855" which also lists his mother as Emily.

He's also listed in the 1860 US Census where he was in Illinois with his brother, Jesse.

Edwin enlisted in 1862 with Company A of the 65th Illinois Infantry and while serving, was admitted to the hospital on 4 October 1864, and died on 8 October 1864 of dysentery in General Hospital, Atlanta, GA and was buried in the Marietta Cemetery. He was a Private.

Looking at the records, including death date and place, and burial place, this must be the headstone of Edwin Baker. There are no other E. Bakers buried in that cemetery with a death date of October 1864.

I hope this is sufficient information for you to do the update. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you!

Added by Scott R. on Aug 24, 2015 6:40 PM
C Tonelli
RE: Peter Stoffel
Thank you for sending this. So great to be able to link Peter to his parents. All of the dates and names agree with what I have found. Wonderful to be able to honor a Vet and still say "thank you" for your service to someone who's been gone so long. So touching and sad to read about his personal effects --- almost puts one there at the scene. Thank you for all that you do.
Added by C Tonelli on Aug 15, 2015 1:45 PM
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