|Ed Cline (#46941074)|
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This is an extension of my genealogy hobby. If I should enter someone that is not related to myself or my wife I would be more than glad to reunite them with their own family.|
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|D Crowder||Launa Stella Hyder|
Saw the picture you posted...would you have an idea which of the women is Launa?
|Steve Ward||RE: Henry Myers|
Thanks for replying. I think this is the Henry Myers you are referring to:
Name: Henry C Myers
Residence: Byhalia, Mississippi, Mississippi
Age at Enlistment: 15
Enlistment Date: 15 Jun 1863
Rank at enlistment: Private
Enlistment Place: Byhalia, Mississippi
State Served: Missouri
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in Company H, Missouri 2nd Cavalry Regiment on 15 Jun 1863. Mustered out on 04 May 1865 at Gainesville, AL.
Birth Date: 17 Oct 1847
Death Date: 19 Aug 1917
Death Place: Memphis, Tennessee
Sources: Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records
However, I did find a Union Pension card for Henry Myers; Elizabeth Myers (widow), Sophia C. Fulton (minor). He was in the Fremont Rangers and Missouri Home Guard Cavalry.
Hope this helps.
- Steve Ward
|Steve Ward||Henry Myers|
I noticed that Henry Myers was a relative of yours and that you left a Confederate "flower" for him.
Henry is my 3rd Great Uncle. I am not having much luck finding any Confederate military history about him. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your time. Looking forward to your reply.
- Steve Ward
|Amanda Hasty||Sarah Agnes Brown|
Hello, I have found this Find A Grave for Sarah Agnes Brown. You commented she was your 4 ggrandmother.
She is the sister of my 4 ggrandfather John S Brown, of Ste Genevieve MO.
Please email me @ email@example.com I would love to talk!
|Maranda Cody||RE: W A C Biles|
You are very welcome!
|Wilford Kale||Alexander Taylor Bell|
Ed Cline -- I've prepared a military history of the College of William and Mary and Dr. Alexander Taylor Bell is in the book. I'm trying to locate an illustration and your photo seems to be the only one around…where can I locate same and if so, can I get a larger scan.
Like 300 dpi or 600 dpi….
If anyone else can help please contact me
thanks so much, ed.
|Andrew Miller||Joseph Burk and Mary Ellen Rhodes|
I am also a descendant of Joseph Burk and Mary Rhodes. I would like to chat with you about them sometime, but in particular about Joseph Burk and his parentage. Also, I would love to know how you descend from them. Please send me an email.
|lgleason||J. A. Ross # 70671849|
Hi Ed! Thanks for asking. I don't know for sure. I've never seen a source for a middle name/initial. But his eldest son is Alexander. And he was living in Macon County in 1897 He would have been 44 years old in 1897. But he lived in Lingo Twp not Walnut according to his 1889 marriage license and 1890 and 1900 Census. My dad always said they lived "near New Cambria" Looking at a map, Walnut Twp is north of New Cambria. So I'm not sure. If you want to email me the picture, I'll be happy to take a look at it, and see if I can tell if it is him. And if it is, would be excited to have you upload it to the memorial.
Lynn (Brooks) Gleason
Added by lgleason on Apr 23, 2016 5:57 PM
|Donna Roginski||Ruth Gilbert Shotwell Ruffin 130636856|
Did her death certificate say she was the daughter of Nancy Thompson? I thought her mother was Nancy Hutcherson.
|Vickie Oates Woods||RE: George Lemuel Eaker|
I got that info from the 1910 census, because I couldn't find his parent's names anywhere else. Thank you for your help naming the correct parents. It was an honest mistake.
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