|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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|David Goodwin||Write up for Samuel Graves Goodwin|
Thank you for the excellent write up you did on the Find A Grave site for Samuel Graves Goodwin. He is a relative of mine, and I would like your permission to enter that information into my family database for him. Is that ok?
|Algernon Cannon||Miles Monroe Brack, 41825381|
He is buried in the Walnut Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Wilkinson County, Georgia, USA.
|Emily Randall||Col. James Chamberlain Scott|
Thank you for all the work you have done!
The short biography you quote of the above gentleman was written by Harold Cowper Vaughan, his grandson. We have Uncle Hal to thank for everything we know about the family.
|tamara flora||Corporal George W Draper|
hi- i live in windsor ny and saw the photo request--i did just a quick research on him because of the "trouble" finding hi grave site. i found a same name memorial --# 67742192 , and i think this is the one-
i hope so. if not, let me know and ill do a little leg work for you.
|Tina LaForest||Harrison Grant|
I checked his death record and he is buried in Vershire Village cemetery, in Orange County.
|Jeanne||Charles Triesback gravestone picture|
Thank you for this picture! He is my great-grand-uncle (brother of great-grandfather), from PA but died in NC, and I had given up hope of ever finding his gravestone.
Added by Jeanne on Feb 25, 2016 9:22 PM
|Melissa Mariano||Henry Hummel memorial|
Added headstone photo to Henry Hummel memorial.
|Carl Catherman||Martin Luther Schoch|
Thank you very much for updating his memorial.
|Darrell Landrum||William Smith|
Hi Charles, this may be a redundant message, but this soldier is not resting in the Old City Cemetery here in Lynchburg, Virginia. Union officials removed and re-interred all of the Union soldiers shortly after the cessation of hostilities in other cemeteries.
|Roger P. Jones||George W. Wert #38514883|
Thanks for posting this memorial. He is my wife's 2nd great grand uncle. We have been working on putting together the Wert family and the inscription on this stone appears to support what I have been trying to prove. Any chance that you have seen a transcription of all the writing on the stone? I will also be sending a similar message to the person who posted the photo. Thanks in advance. Rog
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