|Travis Franklin (#47683301)|
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My name is Travis, and I am 31. I am originally from Bellefontaine Neighbors, Missouri, which is a suburb in North St. Louis County. I grew up there with my parents and two older brothers I graduated high school in May 2002, and then got my Associates Degree in Business Management in December 2007 from Jefferson College in Hillsboro, MO. In 2011, I moved back to Saint Louis, Missouri, after living in Jefferson County since 2004, I recently moved to Las Vegas, NV area, and looking for emplyment. If you don't know me, you can ask anyone that knows me and they will probably say I am a big animal person. I love animals especially dogs. They are my favorite animals; there is just something about them that I love. They are always happy to see you no matter what, know when your sick, of whenever you just want to smile they bring me the greatest happiest ever. Some day I would love to have some acres where I can have about 10 dogs. That would be the best for me! Some activities I like to do are: travel, Letterboxing (not sure what that is, ask me, Iíll tell you), Postcrossing (not sure what that is, ask me, Iíll tell you), movies, hanging out, talk to people online, listen to music, camping, swimming, spending time with my animals, I am pretty open actually, so I am always up for anything.|
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|Connie Clark||RE: Hausman Photos|
You are very welcome!!
|Susie Holderfield||Re: 81308645 George Gardner|
I found out that this soldier was most likely in Michigan, Co C, 12th Michigan Inf. So he is not the one from Ohio. I think the one from Ohio might have been brought home for burial. Thanks again for the photo, because it verified the state of origin for that soldier buried at Jefferson Barracks.
|Susie Holderfield||81308645 George Gardner|
Thanks so much for taking the photo of the grave of George Gardner at Jeffeson Barracks. I am so happy to have that photo. May I use it in my research of the 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry? I always give credit for the photos!
|Jack Davison||My photo request for LTC Billy Ray Harrison|
Are you the volunteer who claimed it and was preempted by Julie Chestnut Harris? If so, thank you for your effort on my behalf.
You have been having lots of luck at J. B., all bad.
I just looked at her site, been a member for two days and I suppose hasn't read any of the laws. Your pretty nice memos to her should get some results. Remo
Added by Remo on Apr 05, 2015 12:41 PM
He is in Gabriel's Garden (Section A), Block 108, Plot 14. I can E-mail you the Mt. Carmel maps if you want them.
Added by kck on Mar 08, 2015 6:45 AM
|Joe Lerch||Fred & EdnaHaley|
Travis, thanks for the pictures of my Great Aunt and Uncle. Joe Lerch
|Jerry Coffman||RE: Jonathan|
Here is what I found.
McClean, Alexander. Age 18. Residence Mahaska County, nativity Indiana Enlisted July 30,
1862. Mustered Sept. 4, 1862. Discharged May 17, 1863, St. Louis, Mo.
McClean, John. Age 23. Residence Mahaska County, nativity Indiana. Enlisted July 30, 1862.
Mustered Sept. 4, 1862. Died of disease Jan., 2, 1863, St. Louis, Mo. Buried in National
Cemetery, St. Louis, Mo.
|Jerry Coffman||RE: Jonathan|
Travis, I have asked the person that set up and is related to Jonathan as to where he got the info and if he can help find the site.
I will advise you when I hear back from him.
Thanks for trying so far I really appreciate it.
Why don't you also tell this requester the condition of Koch Cemetery? I did and it didn't help.
Added by Remo on Jan 29, 2015 3:46 PM
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