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Tony Klingensmith (#47532264)
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Bio Photo USAF retired (22.5 years), work for The Boeing Company at Hill AFB, Utah. Graduated with a BA in History from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1995 and an MA in Civil War History from American Military University in 2007.
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Jo A. McGinnis
RE: William Campbell
I updated so many memorials. I think I looked for his parents so I could send you the numbers. I did not find them, sorry.
Just thought I would let you know who they were.
Added by Jo A. McGinnis on Aug 24, 2014 6:49 PM
Laura Bowden
RE: George W. Hart
Hi Tony,

Thanks for the correction. No need to transfer the memorial to me. I'm not that savvy with Find A Grave, I do most of my research on Ancestry.

There are several George Harts in Fayette County during that time period. I've been trying to sort them out for a few years now. Here's where we differ:

--Filed for a pension on April 25, 1889, application number 700,929, certificate 731,396 from Michigan. (In 1880, George was living in Redstone Twp., Fayette Co., PA; in 1890 he was living in Franklin Twp., Fayette, PA. He never lived in Michigan.)

--Admitted to the National Soldier's Home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on July 1, 1897. Release by own request on December 2, 1899. (He wasn't in Wisconsin, see above).

I'm fairly certain the first paragraph in the memorial is correct. I have the same discharge date.

Sorry for the long reply!

Added by Laura Bowden on Aug 15, 2014 4:50 PM
Laura Bowden
Memorial 99675243,George W. Hart
I appreciate the memorial for my 2x Great Grandfather, but you've combined the records of two men.
George Washington Hart, b. 27 Feb 1834, d. 27 Nov 1902. Buried in Flatwoods Cemetary.
His is the son of George Hart and Jayne Warrick; married Sarah Jane Fuller.
I've seen the service record for the 2nd G.W. Hart, but it's not the same one...
Added by Laura Bowden on Aug 14, 2014 5:58 PM
RE: Emma Utter
That database is linked to all the records at Holy Cross before 2001, I don't see a Frederick Utter. If he is not in the records, then he probably was not buried at Holy Cross. You could call the office to double check, there is a slight chance he is there. There are a lot of cemeteries in the area, you could try checking at Italian Cemetery and Cypress Lawn, which are two older cemeteries.
Good Luck!
Added by KatR. on Aug 09, 2014 1:33 PM
RE: Emma Utter
Sorry, I added them but they did not seem to post. They should be up now. Also, if you would like, you can add her Calvary removal card to the pictures found through this link.
Added by KatR. on Aug 08, 2014 8:46 PM
amber jarrell
RE: Andrew Pitcock
Sure will! Thanks for the kind words!
Added by amber jarrell on Jul 23, 2014 8:11 PM
amber jarrell
RE: Andrew Pitcock
There is a group of us cleaning up Old Ironsides cemetery and I'm trying to photograph and add them to findagrave as I go along. I haven't come across Andrew Pitcock's wife yet.
Added by amber jarrell on Jul 23, 2014 1:07 PM
amber jarrell
RE: Andrew Pitcock
It is Old Ironsides Cemetery they are buried in. If you want to change that on your memorial, please do and I'll delete mine.
Added by amber jarrell on Jul 23, 2014 1:06 PM
Ancestor Searcher
RE: Civil War memorials
I will make a note of 18th Pennsylvania Cavalry or 3rd Provisional Cavalry memorials and contact you should I photograph any of them.
Added by Ancestor Searcher on Jul 02, 2014 3:29 PM
Ancestor Searcher
RE: John Tabb Photo
I always get excited when I see Civil War memorials. They gave so much for our country and it is a privilege to post them.
Added by Ancestor Searcher on Jul 02, 2014 6:46 AM
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