Hello: I've sent you an edit or two almost 2 months ago, and see that none have yet been implemented.
Are you still active?
A non-reply after 1 month's time has elapsed will indicate to me I'd need to notify FindAGrave admins.
THANKS for your time--
|James Earl (Sam) Price||The Johnson Island List|
The Johnson Island List publsihed in the early 1900s mentioned in previous threads.
Please publish how to find this list,
Have been unable to find it,
James Earl (Sam) Price
|Patsy Gadberry||Pvt Abner Prevett|
Thanks for the close up photo of Abner's headstone in Woodlawn National Cemetery! It is very appreciated!
|Leslie Korenko||Johnson's Island Confederate Prison|
You requested a photo at the Johnson's Island prison cemetery. Note that about 1/4 of the monuments are labeled unknown. All the monuments with names have been photographed and entered already. A list published in the early 1900's lists all the known soldiers buried in the cemetery. I can provide that list if you would like it. since this name does not appear on the list, I simply added an UNKNOWN monument.
|Esther Eustaquio||34212569 & 18637489|
I think these are duplicates. Thanks
|bruce reeves||Pvt M W Reeves|
A recent photo request by me for this person was returned because according to the volunteer, he is not listed in the cemetery at Johnston Island.
You created the listing, can you confirm that he is buried there? Does he have his own marker, or does he have a unknown.
Thanks for your help.
The direct link to this grave is:
|jeannette rook||Henry Lee Staples I|
Alexandria Gazette, Volume 98, Number 37, 12 February 1897
Died: February 11, 1897
|Glenn Benner||Samuel J Bailey|
Was At Saint Anthony`s today. Added Photo for your memorial #33485077. Hope it is OK. If you do not want it, I will pull it. Your call.
|Raleigh Boaze||Thomas Hilleary|
Thomas Hilleary,32895538,buried in St Marks Apostolic Church Cemetery near Petersville, MD is NOT the Thos. Hilleary who served in the 7th VA Cavalry.
Thos. Hilleary of the 7th VA was born on 6/4/1841 and was the brother of Clarence Worthington Hilleary who was born on 12/5/1842. They were the sons of Ann Worthington and Tilghman Hilleary.
The Thomas Hilleary buried in St.Marks is the son of John Henry Hilleary.
Thomas Hilleary of the 7th VA Cav moved to Zanesville OH where he died and is buried.
|Ken Owens||RE: Captain Fleming|
This Captain James H. Fleming is buried at Arlington National Cemetery in front of the hedges near the Lee House!
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