|Wade Davis (#47917704)|
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|Jeff Thompson||Fred Workman|
Thank you for the photo of his headstone and for being a Find a Grave photo volunteer. I truly appreciate your time and effort.
|Diane F||Mollo photo|
It is very much appreciate you taking your time to take the picture for me.
Added by Diane F on Oct 18, 2016 3:05 PM
|Audrey DeCamp Hoffman||Levi Wilson # 164190191|
I believe that I have him in the proper cemetery now. I am waiting confirmation that he has a tombstone.
|Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War||Latest Dayton NC photos|
As always, thank you very much Wade!
|Corine Hardman||Stan Hardman|
Thanks for finding and taking the photo of my Uncle Stan.
Your time and effort is greatly appreciated.
|James Harry Lawrence||Michael Dipshon|
Thank you Wade for the photo of the monument on my 1st cousin's husband's grave in Dayton, and for the Military History document. I kept discounting him as he died so far from his wife and son in New Jersey until I read his history. I greatly appreciate all you do. Jim Lawrence, Mullica Hill, NJ
|Deborah Jane Kline||Thank you!|
So very much for not only the photo of Samuel Hackard's gravestone but also the scan of his Military record. It has a wealth of information I think will help me to figure out where he fits in with the rest of the Hackards from the 1800s and hopefully lead to figuring out where my Hackards came from. You really went above and beyond my photo request, and I so appreciate it!
|Audrey DeCamp Hoffman||Richard Nelson Solomon|
Thank you for the photo of the headstone for Richard Nelson Solomon. I am searching for a direct descendant
or relative to transfer him to. He is a distant in-law descendant and not a blood relative of mine.
|Art Block||John Bowker.|
Thanks for yet another great job on a Civil War veteran. There were at least 3 Bowker brothers, from Liberty Center, OH, who were Civil War soldiers. All three were POWs at one time or another...and, all 3 survived the war. All the brothers enlisted at Privates and one of them rose to the rank of Captain and was Mayor of Liberty Center.
|Art Block||Leonard Hagele|
Thanks again for the great photos and the Military History sheet. This Civil War soldier was wounded twice...at Chickamauga and then at Kennesaw Mountain, from which he may have never fully recovered.
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