|Graver Gal||Lenora Bonifield|
Lenora Bonifield 113823398
I'm confused. Is her maiden name Wood? Let me know, I will change it.
|Andrew Holstein||Greenwood Cemetary|
Please find out as much info as you can about the location of the stone. I was there today 12/23/2016 and it was tough to find stones. There wasn't an office or anyone on the property and for some reason all of the street/lot signs were painted over in black. I will try again another time.
|C. Wayne Austin||RE: Susannah Lay Wright|
There is a stone for Edith. Here is where I posted the Info. I did not use Findagrave much.
You can use the info on my site but I protect my photos except for what I post:
You will have to copy and past the below URL in your Browser window. I did add the photo for the tombstone of Edith to Findagrave.com.
Lay Cemetery (Complete):
|Susan Ing||RE: Karl Freidrich Schlossstein|
Please go to his memorial and use the edit button to send this message. It links me to you and the memorial at the same time
|Pamela Amstutz||Clement A.J|
Are you still requesting a pic of tombstone in Chattanooga Conf. Ce. for this. I don't think there is a headstone but just a sign with his name. Let me know if you want that. Thanks.
|Bruce and Wendy Linz||RE: Calvert C. Gillham|
The Mississippi River National Cemetery was renamed The Memphis National Cemetery. I am not sure of the date the name changed.
I wouldn't worry about the name being wrong in some of the records. I'm sure the Regimental Surgeon or soldier keeping the records knew these men personally. I think its fairly common.
There is a way that you can request to have these two memorials combined. I thhink the proceedure is in the FAQ section.
|Bruce and Wendy Linz||Calvert Cameron Gillham|
My name is Bruce Linz and I live in Memphis. I think the man you are looking for is C. C. Gillham who is buried in the Memphis National Cemetery in Section C, Site 2314. He was from Iowa. His Find A Grave memorial number is 3156013. There is a "U.S., Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960" on ancestry.com that shows C. C. Gillham serving in Company D, 4th Iowa Infantry, who died at age 19 and whose initial burial plot was Section 3, Grave 617. Penned in red ink under first name is Caleb. The same records show Gillham was later assigned Grave Number 2314. My experience tells me Caleb Gillham and Calvert Gillham are the same man. I also found a record where his name is listed as Cater. I would be happy to put to take a photo of C. C. Gillham grave for you. Please let me know.
|Helperkw||RE: Jameson William Henry|
Charles, I don't know if I ever answered you. I am waiting for the update to the family stone. I knew she was buried there because of all the funeral flowers on the new grave. She shares a family stone with her husband. I do keep a close watch on these and as soon as I can get a photo, I will add it to her memorial. So keep watch and it should be there soon, if there is any family member left to buy it.
Added by Helperkw on Oct 10, 2016 8:38 PM
|Shirley J Kundzicz||HUBBARD|
You are very welcome, thanks for the reply acknowledging you received it.! Shirley K
|Lori||James Moss - Barbara Moss|
I searched the whole cemetery for them and couldn't find them. I'm sorry I couldn't be of any help.
Added by Lori on Sep 19, 2016 12:41 PM
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