I started the research on my ancestors as a hobby and have become totally engrossed in it. I am now going to college to get my BA in Genealogical Research. I have been trying to get all our family linked together. If I cannot find a memorial for a member I create one, I want to thank all who have helped me in this quest. The web site I listed shows all the sites I have and some are not even listed yet as I have not had time lately to update it. 'Briefly I am a divorced mom of 5 sons and raising my eldest grandson who is 6 and is in the autism spectrum. Visit my virtual cemetery you may be a relative I am looking for.
Eiseles Mine are descended from Michael Eiselen, Johan Michael Eiselen, and then the spelling changes to Eisele: Jakob Freidrich I and II, Charles Alfred Freidrich, and then from his daughter Anna Marie and Charles Ferber White. Many of the family are in Northwood Cemetery. They all came from Evangelisch, Groetzingen, Schwarzwaldkreis, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. (That's a mouthful).
There's a Frederick J Eisele in the neighborhood who I have not been able to connect up. And A Frederick Eisele who was a Civil War Vet who is another loose thread.
William Thomas Clark Just thought I'd drop you a note. I've been photographing Beverly National Cemetery and have found this soldier's marker. I have posted a picture for the memorial you manage. Warm regards.
RE: 2LT William Chalmers Acheson Hi. That's perfectly fine if you use the photo that I posted for Lt. Acheson. Instead of crediting me though, I think it would be best to cite the source itself, namely, the book that I noted in the photo's caption. That's where I found it. Also, if you're not aware, you can ask for a transfer of Acheson's memorial by using the edit button. Someone told me that FindaGrave would rather that somebody/anybody have ownership of the military graves, and you don't have to be a direct descendant. Every one I've asked for, I've gotten. Thanks for writing!