|Dorothy Miller (#47091206)|
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|I am looking for Civil War Confederates and where they are buried we are working on Benton,Washington, and Madison co. Ark. right now and have interest in any information you may have on the men that fought and died in this area. If you have any information that you think may help please contact us. Thank you. Dorothy Miller.|
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|Dennis & Linda||Re: William Pyatt - Elm Springs|
The William Pyatt who is buried in the Elm Springs Cemetery, did not serve in the Civil War. He was too old at the time. However, his son, William Lafayette Pyatt, did serve in Co H, 15th (Northwest) Arkansas Infantry. He enlisted in Feb 1862 at Boston Mt and likely fought in the Battle of Pea Ridge March 1862. The Arkansas Civil War Project has a brief on him. William is linked to his father at Find-a-grave. -- dennis
|Wes T.||RE: McCUISTION, Nettie L. - Weddington|
Added by Wes T. on Aug 13, 2014 10:01 AM
|Sherrell Buchanan||RE: Isaac Randolph #88710904|
Dorothy...I live in Fort Smith...but do come to NW Ark often for different reasons. I will put together something for the 'family files' and bring or mail to you in the near future. Thank you for your response. Sherrell
|Dennis & Linda||RE: Elizabeth Pattishall Burch|
Uriah is correct. I do not have much information on the Pattishall family, just census records and such. The elder Pattishall owned most of the land just south of Cave, about 100 to 200 acres. However, there is a Burch Family Tree at Ancestry.com. It shows that Uriah served in Co G, 8th Missouri Infantry, CSA. Other Burch members in that unit were David, William, James and Thomas Burch. -- dennis
|Sherrell Buchanan||Isaac Randolph #88710904|
Dorothy, Isaac Randolph who is buried at the Pollard Cemetery in Benton Co., AR is my great-grandfather. I will be glad to give you any information that I can about him. You can contact me at 479-646-0376.
|Elizabeth Elzey Patton||Civil War confederates|
Hi, Dorothy, I am new to Find a Grave and am finding it fascinating!
My great grandfather was William Frazier Patton, buried in the Bentonville Cemetery, Arkansas. He was a Captain in the Confederate Army and was known fondly in the family as Cap't Billy.
|Janet Phillips||ohn Bessie Phillips|
Saw your question on John Bessie Phillips' memorial page asking if he was married. Yes he was. He married Lucinda Williams d/o Rial and 1st wife Orpha (Garrett) Williams. She is buried in the Goshen Cemetery # 5232799. I requested that they be 'linked'.
|Frances Allen Titsworth||RE: Grave Photos|
Thanks for your kind words. My email address is Ruthmacken@yahoo.com if you want Mr. Hale to contact me or he can through findagrave. Glad I could help.
|Dennis & Linda||Elizabeth Pattishall Burch|
Yes, Elizabeth (Lizzie) and V.R. Burch were married in Benton Co on 24 Feb 1894 by T.J. Crain, J.P.. V.R.'s age was listed as 60 and she was listed incorrectly as 43, should have been about 51. (Benton Co Marriage Book D, pg 19) This was likely Elizabeth's only marriage because she appeared in the 1860 and 1870 US Census as single. - dennis
|Dennis & Linda||Pattishall|
HI: I made it to the Baptist Church Cemetery and the Pattishall Cemetery in Cave Springs today. Took pictures for most of the Pattishall members. In addition to photos, I also work the names into the Elm Springs Cemetery - Civil War Vets and Families Tree at Ancestry.com. By marriages, many of the vets had sons and daughters that married into Elm Springs and Cave Springs families. If you are still seeking information, I may have something on the Pattishall. For example, Elizabeth Pattishall Bunch, is most likely the eldest daughter of Rhoads H Pattishall by his first wife who died before 1852. This is not known of some and I do not find anything at Ancestry's tree with data. In addition, Elizabeth may have had a young brother John Pattishall who was born about 1848.
I will be posting photos to the memorials in the next day or so. -- dennis
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