|charles mcdonald (#46928517)|
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I do alot of research on the Regiments below and I am always looking for burial locations and photos of the Soldiers.|
1st Brigade N.C.Confederate Militia
1st New York Marine Artillery
3rd Georgia Infantry
6th New Hampshire Infantry
9th New York Infantry(Hawkins Zouaves)
21st Massachusetts Infantry
51st Pennsylvania Infantry
89th New York Infantry
Southampton Cavalry/13th Virginia Cavalry Co.A
Giles Light Artillery(Mccomas' Battery)
When I find a memorial or make one if I have a photo of the Soldier I will post it.I also help in finding a id for photos of unknown Soldiers and will help anyone who is looking for a photo of Soldiers.
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|wayneslyhouse||Wm. Harwar Parker|
I volunteered to find a gravestone for this individual (b 8 Oct 1826 at NY, d 30 Dec 1896 at Washington DC) reportedly buried at the U.S. Naval Academy Cemetery. In searching findagrave I noticed that there are 3 memorials apparently for the same person: 104701381, 40372385 and 46940496. I am contacting each of the 3 owners hoping that they will be able to create one consolidated memorial with the correct burial location, which apparently is Elmwood Cemetery at Norfolk VA. Thanks for your help.
|Steve Ayers||RE: James Ayers|
I don't a photo yet. That's something I've been working on for quit some time. However, I do have an obit thatI can send you. Steve
|G. Charles Ogline Lantay||40784497|
Abraham LAPE is our family Ancestor. He was born April 1, 1847 in Somerset boro, Somerset County, PA the s/o William & Elizabeth Berkey Lape. He was the h/o Elijah J. Mills Lape 1852-1923 (they md in Somerset Cty June 1, 1870) and was`the father of nine children. gcharlesoglinelantay Find A Grave
I'm Contributor 39265068
dated 11/11/2013 tnt1505@ cox.net
You've posted a duplicate of below:
|Diane||RE: Gregory Cemetery|
OK as soon as the weather clears up from all this rain I will go out there and see what I can find. Since it has been cooler won't have to worry about the snakes as much so I can mess around in the undergrowth.
I will let you know if I find any more markers.
Do you live around the E City area? If so I would like to meet up with you and see if you could help me find some of the cemeteries that I haven't been able to find. I do have listings on each of my county sites:
http://camdenlostsoulsgenealogy.com/ Just change the county name and you will find my other sites. Maybe we can get together and help each other find some of the ones that aren't online yet.
Added by Diane on Oct 09, 2013 8:45 AM
|Diane||RE: Gregory Cemetery|
Would you mind telling me where it is and maybe I can try and get in there when it gets colder and see what else can be found.
Added by Diane on Oct 01, 2013 6:15 PM
Could you please give me a location of the Gregory Cemetery in Camden County that you have partially photographed? http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2300509&CScnty=1665&CSsr=21&
I would like to go out there and finish photographing it.
Thanks in advance!
Added by Diane on Oct 01, 2013 2:41 PM
|Darrell Landrum||F M Williams|
Diuguid burial records say that he was buried Sept 7, 1861 in Grave 5 Row 2 Lot 159
|Darrell Landrum||Samuel Player|
Hi Charles, just letting you know that I posted a couple of additional pictures of his marker to your memorial. I thought it was a nice touch seeing the little buttercups in front of his marker.
|Diana B||Washinton Daniel|
Thank you so much for this transfer.
Added by Diana B on Feb 10, 2013 5:42 AM
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