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Telephoneman54 (#46801285)
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Retired communications specialist. Now serving as avocational archaeologist for Toledo Area Aboriginal Research Society, and the Michigan Archaeological Society. Composer/arranger of piano music.
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Wayne Seibert
Sgt. John Wright
Thanks for pointing out my typo. I wish I had someone to proof read all my work.
Added by Wayne Seibert on Oct 28, 2014 4:23 PM
justavolunteer
Private Stephen H. Blackburn
I request an edit to correct his regiment, birthdate, add birth place, and his obituary. If he is an ancestor or person of interest to you, I have the Civil War Pension File of his widow and minor children. Feel free to inquire by sending an edit on any memorial I manage. --Best.
Added by justavolunteer on Oct 27, 2014 2:42 PM
Glenda Barry
Pvt Thomas O'Neal
Hi Dan,

I have added the info, thanks for helping me. Let me know if you want a transfer. Have a beautiful day!

Glenda
Added by Glenda Barry on Oct 27, 2014 11:46 AM
justavolunteer
Private Stephen H. Blackburn
Memorial #80182859

Per your note comments 22 Oct 2014, suggesting Private Stephen H. Blackburn's headstone possibly might be a Cenotaph -- this his actual gravesite.

Private Stephen H. Blackburn enrolled, 02 May 1864, at Cheshire, Gallia Co., OH, in Co. D, 141st Regmt., OH. National Guard Vols, commanded by Capt. A. O. Mauck. He mustered, 11 May 1864, in Gallipolis, Gallia Co., OH. He died, in service, 05 Jul 1864, from Typhoid Fever, at Regmt. Hospital, in Barboursville, Cabell Co., WV. His corpse was returned home, with procession, and he was interred at the Blake graveyard located on the Blake's farm. His headstone was purchased by his Regmt., in 1864. Private Stephen H. Blackburn left a young widow and two children, under the age of 3. She eventually remarried, and they relocated to Kansas.
Added by justavolunteer on Oct 27, 2014 10:54 AM
Michael Tomlin
RE: Wrightsville, Ohio
The Wrightsville he came to is a small small town in Adams County, Ohio on the Ohio River, not Pennsylvania. He met my gg grandmother, Catherine Leonard there. Leonards settled in Wrightsville. Family stories say Henry Myers was raised by an aunt in Germany, and she was going to put him in a monestary, so he decided to leave and come to American.
Added by Michael Tomlin on Oct 20, 2014 5:33 PM
Glenda Barry
Thomas Gunckel
Thanks for the heads up, I have deleted it. Have a good weekend!

Glenda
Added by Glenda Barry on Oct 18, 2014 1:27 PM
Glenda Barry
Benjamin Vickery
Hi Dan,

I have deleted it, thanks for letting me know. Have a good day!

Glenda
Added by Glenda Barry on Oct 16, 2014 12:49 PM
Ida Lee Brewer Cann
J. V Brewer #95392821 & J. Brewer #95392829
Dan:

I have added information to the two sites mentioned above. With the info you shared and the info I found, I think we are on the right track. I do not find them listed in the 1860 census either. These are the only sources that have surfaced, but I just don't feel it is enough to definitely add their names and say these sites are for Joseph and James. I will keep searching. Thank you so much for your input; it is appreciated.

Take care.
Ida
Added by Ida Lee Brewer Cann on Oct 13, 2014 8:14 AM
Red
Vinnie and Allie Lossing
Thank you so much for the photos of the Lossing markers. I was not sure if Willis was also buried here, now I know he is. I have added his page and requested a photo of his marker as well. I appreciate you taking the time to do this for me. Red
Added by Red on Sep 16, 2014 8:22 PM
Mary Crawford
RE: First name?
The source for the entries in this cemetery was "The Prairie Sleeps". I entered it the way it was originally transcribed.
Added by Mary Crawford on Sep 10, 2014 7:58 PM
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