|Danny D (#47806453)|
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|I'm currently working to add additional information and links to memorials for Prairie Chapel Cemetery near Lyons, Indiana. |
I've added a Virtual Cemetery for Civil War soldiers buried in Greene County, Indiana. Those soldiers included have been identified as having served in the Civil War through various sources (pension records, gravestone inscriptions, historical organizations, etc.). Please check it out!
If you know about a Civil War soldier buried in Greene County, Indiana (Union or Confederate) but don't see the person listed in my Virtual Cemetery, please let me know. I do need to verify service in some way, however, so please keep that in mind. I have access to older military records so will be glad to verify the service of any names and burials sent to me using these resources if you don't have it or aren't sure about the person's service. I'll be glad to share the verification information or records for your submission when found, if requested.
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|Brittany Hewitt||Abraham Benham|
Do you have any documents supporting that Abraham Benham was born in 1859 and not 1854? I updated his memorial and linked him to his parents. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
His memorial is 12651935
|SleepingDog||Armistead Eans Info|
Just wanted to thank you for taking the time to look up the information that you sent, and which I have added to his entry.
Without people like you, some of these people would be just names on a tombstone, and they deserve much more than that.
|Suzsellers||Amos Inman military records|
The additional service you provided for Amos M. Inman, Civil War, buried at Waynoka Municipal Cem. in Waynoka, OK have been posted.
Thanks for the info of his civil war service
Added by Mandopkr on Aug 16, 2014 3:59 PM
|The Seeker||Herman Stark|
Hello! First, thankyou for placing Herman Stark's cemetery page on the internet. Herman Stark was my Father (Alfred Stark)'s uncle who had left Canada to seek his fame and fortune in the USA. Once he left, all info was lost. Do you know of any obits that would be available from the place he lived: Lyons, Greene County, Indiana.
It would be ever so nice to know what he did and who were important to him. Thankyou for your consideration. Carlyn Stark.
Thank you for taking the time to get Mr. Wardle's headstone picture. It is greatly appreciated. Keep up the terrific work you do.
Thank you for the photo of Vena Talbot's grave!!
Frank was long past when I came along, but Aunt Bea talked about him a lot she missed him and their son Corbit WWII
She was my Aunt sister in law she loved the piano and drive thru Linton, lol she drove poorly. Thank you
|Penny Pennington||Aunt Beatrice|
Thank you so much you have saved me an 8 hour drive from Tn. My aunt was a great woman a true giver to all.
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