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|Susie Cue||Wesley Hoar #3190895|
Hi Would you please add the following to the Wesley Hoar memorial?
Born, 1842 Westmoreland Co., PA
Died, Nashville, TN
parents, Morris Hoar #58720022
Mary Arms #58722476
Wesley was a Private, Company G, Ohio 121st, Infantry Regiment 18. Wesley died from a gun shot wound to the left leg with injury of fibula while serving in the Civil War.
Wesley was unmarried and previously worked in Monroe Township, Knox Co., OH, as a farmer.
|Janet Turnbull||William B. Hoar|
May I use your photo and family information for William B. Hoar for free display at
www.illinoisancestors.org/fulton. I am working on a summary of pension file for Civil War soldiers from Fulton Co. Please give me your full name for credit information. Thank you very much. Janet Turnbull
|David St. Martin||RE: St. Martin|
Do you have the following documents:
1.Birth Certificate or Baptism.
Start with your parents than grand-
parents than great grandparents etc.
Do you have any pictures?
|Gregory Navarro||RE: Robidoux|
I don't use the messaging in findagrave except infrequently (that's why this is ten days late). I will see what I can find out. Please send all communication directly to my email: email@example.com
|Karen Duffy||St, Martin|
Sawyer County Record Feb. 9, 1905
On Friday last, Feb. 3, 1905, Bat St. Martin died at his home at Round Lake aged about 60 years. He had been ailing nearly all winter and being delicate from long trouble and contracting a severe cold at the beginning of cold weather, hastened his death. Bat was an old veteran of the civil war, and was laid to rest by the old soldiers of this city Tuesday.
Following his death, and, after a very short illness, his wife died Sunday morning with the same trouble, that of bleeding at the lungs. Mrs. St. Martin was buried on the Reservation by her Indian relatives and friends yesterday.
|Paul Wilcox||RE: Robidoux, Rabideaux|
I think I can help you research the Rabideaux family. I think we may be distantly related. I know where to get info that might be helpful to you. Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|William and Cresencia Anton||Contact/Thanks|
I was a very good friend of Patrick's in Vietnam.
I will be visiting his grave in late July.
I have a picture of him at our base camp and will post it soon.
I live in California and you may contact us:
Bill and Cres Anton
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