|deanna french||Gallatin Co.;George Flanders;Civil War veteran|
May I use the photo that you contributed to the Find A Grave memorial page for George Flanders to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Joseph Mann||RE: FC Mannis grave|
When the cemetery was originally established it was referred to as Monument Cemetery. It is adjacent to the Battle of New Orleans battlefield.
Black soldiers were buried next to the cemetery in what was known as Freeman's Cemetery. Soldiers were moved from various cemeteries throughout the city to Monument.
Sometime later the name of the cemetery was changed to Chalmette National Cemetery. The numbering for the grave site location you provided was changed sometime thereafter.
The Mississippi River shifted about 200 feet causing the Army Corps of Engineers to build a levee which intruded onto the cemetery. Section from 1 through 7 were moved and relocated through the remaining cemetery. The first listed location starts at section 8. There are only 3 marked graves in that section.
There are over 2,000 unknowns buried there. Hopefully in the course of photographing the cemetery we will be able to locate his resting place.
I see that you live in Bozeman. I was there one time years ago on my way to Little Big Horn. It is a beautiful location in a beautiful state, but I do not envy the winters.
|CryptoGram||RE: Green photos|
You're certainly welcomed...we were finally able figure out more about the cemetery layout so are hoping to be able to locate a few more in UTDD soon ~ :°)
|Mike Brown||Edward Sweyer grave|
You are very welcome. I have another shot of the stone at a slightly different angle. If you wish, I could post it as well, but it unfortunately does precious little to reveal any more of the inscription.
|Walter Guptill||Abner Weeks|
I fullfilled your photo reqquest for Abner Weeks. While I was there I took photos of the other Weeks on the same lot if you would like them.
|T. Heasley||Margaret Weeks #102975128|
I have been catching up on some photo requests for the North Side Cemetery and submitted all the Weeks requests and other Weeks. I did find a Margaret Weeks in the family plot, but the birth year on the marker is 1842. Could this be the same Margaret you are looking for? I did take the photo and would be happy to upload it.
|Daniel Sparks||RE: Francis Marion Monger & Anchor J. Monger|
Unfortunately, I can't find any way to send you the cemetery documentation here via private message or upload. If you email me, I can reply with the PDF attachment. My email is daniel at danielsparks.com
|Daniel Sparks||Francis Marion Monger & Anchor J. Monger|
I have uploaded a photo of the gravesites. Unfortunately, these graves are unmarked. However, I do have some paperwork from the cemetery showing the exact location, and I can provide GPS coordinates as well as names of other family members buried in the same plot. Drop me a message and I will send the info on to you.
|T. Manchester||RE: Betty Cole photo|
you're welcome, it's fun
Hello, I have found your posts for Salsichs in Waukesha County. Are you related? I am daughter of James Brady Salsich, son of Neil Salsich of Harrisburg, PA. The wisconsin salsichs are my forebears but I have trouble finding all the known links. Would like to be in touch and share genealogy info.
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