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Evan Thornton - 12/01/00 18:28:01
My URL:http://none
My Email:none
Hometown: Lawrenceburg, IN

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Rod Chancey - 10/22/00 08:59:30
My Email:rchancey71@home.com
Hometown: Satsuma, Alabama

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was interested in finding this site, because a relative of mine is buried there, W.J. McIntyre of the 32nd Ala Inf. Could you tell me if there are any more soldiers from the 32nd that are buried there?

mark davis - 09/21/00 22:28:58
My Email:md9105@skyenet.net
Hometown: hartford city, in

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excellent cause. i have some records of cemeteries in boone, hamilton and hendricks counties of c.w. veteran burials, if that would help you in any way. contact me if needed.

Timothy reese - 09/19/00 18:47:24
My URL:http://www.suvcw.org
My Email:Lincoln_10tpr@email.com
Hometown: Monterey,California

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Do you quest for biographys on Indiana Civil War Dead ???, My GreatGreatGrandfather was SGT:Isaac D.Robbins, born in Manchester,Dearborn Co.Indiana in 3/7/1843 served with the 26th Company K Infantry of Indiana Volunteers.1861-64 and 146th Infantry of Ind ana Vol.in company G.2/1865-8/1865,Fought at Prairie Grove,Ark on Dec.7,1862,pariticpated in the Siege of VICKSBURG during the dates of June 11,to July 4 1864.fought and was captured at the Battle of Stirlings Plantation/Farm in Louisiana in Sept.29,1863. .O.W.at Camp Ford,Confederate Prison in tyler,Texas, Moved to Shreveport Conf.Parole.Camp in Shreveport,La in November 1863 escaped in Jan.1864 arrived in New Orleans,La on Valantines Day,2-14-1864,Hospitalized til may of 1864,Garrison duty at donaldsvill ,Fort Butler until his re-attachment to the 26th Inf.In.voL in August of 1864..Discharged due to Term of service expired in Sept.1864 .re-enlisted in the 146th Inf.Indiana.Vol.company G. on 2/7/1865 recieved Sergeants rank in March of 1865, Garisson and r ilway duty until regiment was mustered out in Baltimore,Maryland in August 31,1865.Married Hester Ann Neal of rising sun,Indiana in Dec.1870. Isaac D.Robbins died of Stomach Cancer in November 5,1909 and is buried in the Olive Branch section of Cedar Hedg Cemetery in Ohio County,Rising Sun,Indiana with wife:Hester Ann Robbins who was born in 1852 and died in 1901..

Marilynn Buss - 09/17/00 21:32:21
My Email:jrbuss@earthlink.net
Hometown: Westminster, MD

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Hi, I'm a history student at Western Maryland College. I'm looking for a document (1st person) about a woman who was active in the Civil War. I would appreciate any advise or material that you can give. If you have such a document, pls contact me...as I w uld be extreamly interested. Thank you, Marilynn Buss

Mike Henderson - 08/31/00 19:17:53
My Email:mike@pnx1.com
Hometown: Chesterfield, MO

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I was wanting to tell the board at the Indiana Civil War dead site my information but their email doesn't work. Do you know of an alternate address? My ggg grandfather John Henderson fought in the Civil War Co.F 73rd Indiana. He is buried in City Cemet ry in Columbus Ks. He has his unit engraved on his civilian Tombstone. Take Care Michael Henderson

Terry G. Britt - 08/02/00 06:18:38
My Email:tgbritt@bellsouth.net
Hometown: Florence, SC

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I really do appreciate the way all of the Civil War veterans are being provided with head stones so that the descendants of these soldiers will know where their ancestors are buried.

Bob Schueler - 07/31/00 17:54:09
My Email:bobschueler@hotmail.com
Hometown: Brookston, IN

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Great site!! If anyone reading this book has any information about the 40th Indiana Volunteers, please contact me. Thanks

r g anderson - 07/04/00 19:11:13
My Email:email337@aol.com
Hometown: Maryland

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Enjoyed your site and helps with my research about the civil war and how the various states have and are honoring their heroes.

Jackie - 06/10/00 17:35:02
My Email:fluff5220@yahoo.com
Hometown: Schererville,Ind

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what a neat site.I really enjoyed the things i went to see.My great Grandfather was shot and taken prisoner during the Civil War, His name was James Wesley Cook. His wounds he recieved took his life eventually and he was buried at the soldiers home in Laf yette,Indiana. Thank You for honoring these men.

Amber Burton and David Griggs - 05/13/00 16:25:50
My Email:amberburton11@Hotmail.com
Hometown: Edinburgh, Indiana

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LESLIE HOLMES - 05/08/00 00:36:28
My Email:ARCANSAW1
Hometown: KEITHVILLE LA

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MY COMMENTS TO ALL YALL FOLK R THAT YOU BETTER COME TO THIS SECTION EVERY TIME YOU NEED TO CAUSE IT IS THE BEST.I AM USING THIS PAGE CAUSE I HAVE A HISTORY REPORT AND THIS PAGE GIVES ME ALL THE INFO THAT I NEED TO KNOW FOR THIS REPORT.IF YOU DONT GO HERE TS YOUR PROBLEM NOT MINE.WELL LOVE YALL PEEPS BUT I HAVE TO GO KNOW BYE BYE FROM LESLIE H

Cynthia A. Bost - 05/07/00 23:28:02
My Email:cabost58@hotmail.com
Hometown: Dunkirk,IN.47336

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My gt. grandfather, George A. Knight, is buried in The Oak Hill Cemetary in Grant Co. In. The last I was there the stone was in poor shape. He was with the 84th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, Co. D. They were at Chickamauga & other places. What can I do to help preserve? Thank you Cyn

D. Curt Hagerman - 05/06/00 14:21:11
My Email:dhagerman2@home.com
Hometown: Fort Wayne,In via Sullivan,IN

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Cool site.....trying to find information on my Great Great Grandfather who was killed by a Confederate sniper somewhere in Georgia. His last name was Mood.

D. Curt Hagerman - 05/06/00 14:20:43
My Email:dhagerman2@home.com
Hometown: Fort Wayne,In via Sullivan,IN

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Cool site.....trying to find information on my Great Great Grandfather who was killed by a Confederate sniper somewhere in Georgia. His last name was Mood.

AMY MILLER - 05/04/00 18:39:24
My Email:NONE
Hometown: OREM

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shari marshall - 05/03/00 18:16:31
My Email:marshall.com
Hometown: orem,utah

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cool to the max

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Charlene - 03/12/00 02:39:28
My Email:cmichel@kci.net
Hometown: Atwood, CO

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I too, would be interested in a complete listing of Civil War volunteers from Indiana. My gggrandfather fought in the war and died from his injuries. His name was Robert Vinson Adair.He died in Jackson County, Indiana. His children were placed in an orp anage for children of Civil War veterans in Andrews, Iowa. If any one has information please e-mail me.

JERRY W. BARBOUR - 02/24/00 16:41:07
Hometown: TERRE HAUTE

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Narwhal - 02/17/00 15:25:41
My Email:Narwhal220@AOL.com
Hometown: aol's hometown

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You need info on prisons during the war!!!!

donald moore - 02/12/00 20:35:00
My Email:domo49@yahoo.com
Hometown: falkner m.s.

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enjoyed the page ,would like to see more done for all vet. thanks donald

Mearle S Evans - 01/25/00 19:14:19
My Email:mevans@mwonline.net
Hometown: Washington, Il.

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Enjoyed your site, will be back.

Bob Stockwell - 01/21/00 17:30:40
My Email:Fixer26@pwrtc.com
Hometown: Monticello, IN

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Beautiful job. Thank you for your efforts to remember our lost Americans. I have a lost uncle, Pvt William Joe Willey, (I Co.,19th IN Inf) Owen, Co., IN, 19 yrs. old, KIA, Wilderness, 1864. (His 1st cousin, OH, w/exact same name, 24 yrs. old, KIA, Kenesha Mtn, GA, 6 wks later, buried there)

dayna - 01/12/00 15:24:38
Hometown: hill city

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June Jordan - 11/09/99 02:20:56
My Email:JJcj@aol.com
Hometown: Fort Wayne,Ind

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Looking for information about Martin V. Todd who fought in the civil war, but was honorably discharged for medical reasons. Thank you

Rosemary Roberts - 10/13/99 03:26:18
My URL:http://www.cannatella.com
My Email:joyfully@webtv.net
Hometown: Delanco NJ USA

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Came across your site while looking for an ancestor, THOMAS SIM, who became a LIEUTENANT COLONEL in May, 1866. Searched "Simmons Cemetery" and your site was one of the results. Don't see Simmons Cemetery of Martin, Indiana .. so can't figure why it was result of that search. However, ENJOY YOUR SITE IMMENSELY .. and will visit often!

Bill Howell - 09/11/99 17:56:11
My Email:BndrBill@aol.com
Hometown: San Diego, Ca

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Great-great grandson of Nathan P. Howell, Co F, 3rd Indiana Cav. Buried in Lancaster Cemetary, Huntington County, Indiana.

Scot Treadwell - 08/26/99 02:24:42
My Email:fabrications@earthlink.net
Hometown: Charlotte, NC

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I would like some help finding some information about John Wesley Shera from Alert, IN. Served in Union Army and died Tennessee May 4, 1863. His father brought back his body and was buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Decatur County. In Greensburg, IN, a br ck at the Court House has his name on it.

Kathryn - 08/23/99 23:38:24
My Email:kathryn.dillon@schs.com
Hometown: Pasadena,CA

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Interesting site. Do you know of other states doing this kind of thing? I have a great,great grandfather who died during the war at Camp Chase, Ohio. I wonder if the prisoners of war were buried at or near the camps?

David Walz - 07/31/99 05:44:04
My Email:dawalz@yahoo.com
Hometown: San Diego

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Nice job, keep up the good work.

Jim Bowers - 07/24/99 22:19:18
My Email:JamesB1968@msn.com
Hometown: Fort Wayne, Indiana

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Paul J. Gilfoyle - 07/08/99 22:46:16
My Email:pjg1967@alltel.net
Hometown: Conneaut Lake, PA16316

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I am trying to determine if there is a National Registry for GAR veterans monuments. The monument we have in our small community includes the names of 16 veterans who died in the Civil War. It was dedicated on 09/10/1866. If there isn't a registry can ne be established and can they be recognized as Historic Landmarks? I imagine we would first have to start with each state? I am writing to everyone and anyone for assistance and your state's web page was one of the first to come up. Thanks, PJGilfoyle 865 Water St, Conneaut Lake, Pa 16316 - 814 382 7691

Paul J. Gilfoyle - 07/08/99 22:35:10
My Email:pjg1967@alltel.net

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ralph w richwine - 07/02/99 07:30:21
Hometown: mesa az

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I,M LOOKING FOR A ROSTER FOR THE 19TH IN VOL INF.I WAS TOLD MY GREAT,GREATGRANDFATHER JAMES OLIVER DOUGAN SR. BORN IN WASHINGTON,CLARK CO. WAS A MEMBER OF THIS UNIT,ANY INFO WOULD BE HELPFUL THANKS FOR YOUR TIME AND EFFORT.MY HOME ADDRESS IS 9026 E WIER A E. MESA,AZ.85208 THANKS AGAIN.

Tony J. Endres - 06/28/99 20:40:28
My Email:ajroadking@hotmail.com
Hometown: Hastings, MN

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I have the Time Life Civil War tapes so I am somewhat interested in the Civil War. I am planning (some time in the future) to take a trip to the south to visit as many of the Civil War Sites as I can get to. Your site is nice but not all of the informat on is up yet but thank you for the information you do have up. I like to see more pictures. Tony

Gary Bontrager - 06/23/99 16:50:41
My Email:garyrb@hotmail.com
Hometown: Elkhart

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Hi!!! I'm looking to find more info. on Civil War Cementaries and Historical Sites in Indiana. Any info. would be greatly appreciated.

Jonnie - 06/16/99 18:27:04
My Email:BurtnPrjct@aol.com
Hometown: Nashua

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Im looking for a women.

Jonnie Brown - 06/16/99 18:23:59
My Email:BurtnPrjct@aol.com
Hometown: Nashua

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Denise - 06/11/99 16:47:53
My Email:bwg@netten.net
Hometown: Memphis, Tn

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I have been trying to find a cemetery in winchester, tn. John Riley Templeton Confederate Cemetery I'm Having no luck. Hey Thanks for the music.

Scherer - 05/23/99 22:24:18
My Email:dallas99@prodigy.net
Hometown: Kokomo

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Is there a list of soldiiers buried at Greenbush who did not die in battle or enroute to battle - Civil War - that probably are buried along side family members?

Mike Wainscott - 05/08/99 16:21:34
Hometown: NorthVernon,In.

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Sara "G" - 05/03/99 15:09:35
Hometown: Saint Joseph, MISSOURI

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I LIKE YOUR SIGHT IT GAVE ME A LOT OF HELPFUL INFORMATION!

Melvin M Kelly - 04/27/99 20:45:51
My Email:MelKelly@webtv.net
Hometown: Crawforsville IN

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You have a great Cival War page. The best I have seen. Keep up the good work. I will be back!! THANKS

Pat McCallister - 04/19/99 15:44:44
My Email:orofino2@sisqtel.net
Hometown: Fort Jones, CA

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My great-granduncle, John W. Snider, was a POW at Camp Morton, IN and died there on December 2, 1863. According to his military record, he was buried in Grave #553 at Green Lawn Cemetery. Would appreciate acquiring the name/agency of anyone who could as ist me in locating his current burial place. Thank you.

Burton Hayes - 04/17/99 23:14:22
My Email:KC9NL@yahoo .com
Hometown: Bloomington.In.

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Would like to find Indiana records . Rosters Am looking for Great grand fathers Levi Sherrill & James Scrogham From Brown Co. In.

Kevin Malof - 03/23/99 02:38:38
My Email:KMalof@AOL.com
Hometown: Cincinnati

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I'm looking for information on my great-great-great grandfather, Hugh Marshall Courtney from Ohio or Switzerland County Indiana who died in Andersonville Prison. Any Help?

Kevin Malof - 03/23/99 02:38:20
My Email:KMalof@AOL.com
Hometown: Cincinnati

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I'm looking for information on my great-great-great grandfather, Hugh Marshall Courtney from Ohio or Switzerland County Indiana who died in Andersonville Prison. Any Help?

Matt Heald - 03/18/99 13:11:20
My Email:Heald33@aol.com

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hey this is a really good sight if you like history because it gives you a lot of interesting sites

Susan Horman - 02/22/99 15:49:12
My URL:http://www.oocities.org/Heartland/Park/7199
My Email:Horman87@yahoo.com
Hometown: Metropolis, Illinois

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I enjoyed your site and appreciate this opportunity to sign your guestbook and ask a question: Does anyone out there know how a person can obtain a list of all of the soldiers who fought from Indiana (esp. the Dearborn County area)? Thanks a lot!

Darrell L. Corn - 02/18/99 23:42:29
My Email:dlcorn@yahoo.com
Hometown: OaklandCitry, Ind

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Enjoy your page...now where can i find out roosters of regiments from Indina..especiall interested in 58th and 42nd Ind. Thank You

Bonnie Bess Wood - 02/18/99 18:10:19
My Email:bwood@selu.edu
Hometown: Covington, LA

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What a wonderful project. It so reminds me of Antigone honoring her fallen brother. Thanks for caring and for your warm hearts.

NESS - 02/15/99 19:51:26

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Greg D. Hoover - 02/07/99 02:46:21
My Email:Hoov311@aol.com
Hometown: Ft. Wayne, IN

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walter miller - 01/17/99 17:50:57
My Email:t-hunter@webtv.net
Hometown: high point nc

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Nice Page, used to live in clarksville indiana The people in ind. seem to honor the war dead more then they do down here.Please Keep up the good work. And God Bless

TOM HUNTER - 01/10/99 02:24:07
My Email:RTHUNTER1@WEBTV.NET
Hometown: INDIANAPOLIS,IN.

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Great job!

Ross Fred Reavis, Jr. - 01/01/99 17:10:46
My Email:reaviscpa@aol.com
Hometown: Tulsa, OK

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I was searching for ancestors who might have served with either army or been involved in any of the battles. None found, still quite interesting.

Cheryl Stokes Krajnik - 12/28/98 01:40:08
My Email:cheryl.krajnik@worldnet.att.net
Hometown: Nampa, IDaho

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ROBERT &MELINDA BERTRAM - 12/27/98 01:45:20
Hometown: MUNCIE, IN

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HI MICKY, JUST FOUND YOUR PAGE ON AOL.WISH YOU & YOUR FAMILY A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR. SEE YA SOON. BOB & MELINDA AMRY OF TENN.

Gordon Bricken - 12/25/98 03:08:51
My Email:gBricken@aol.com
Hometown: Santa Ana . CA

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Trying verify grave of J.Bricken CSA at Crown Hill.

james s. creech - 12/09/98 21:31:01
My Email:JCr011381@aol.com
Hometown: carmel in ....from north carol

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enjoyed your page. have only recently become interested in the struggle. how can i contact some other interested folks for discussion,etc here in the indy area?

james s. creech - 12/09/98 21:07:08
My Email:JCr011381@aol.com
Hometown: carmel in ....from north carol

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enjoyed your page. have only recently become interested in the struggle. how can i contact some other interested folks for discussion,etc here in the indy area?

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steve gamble - 12/01/98 01:16:38
My Email:steven.l.gamble@gte.net
Hometown: ashland va.

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Steven K. Huffer - 11/27/98 15:54:38
My Email:HWAttys@aol.com
Hometown: Indianapolis

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Crown Hill Camp Morton confederate memorial is impressive.

V. Enochs - 11/25/98 18:38:13
My Email:venochs@hotmail.com
Hometown: East Berlin, Pa.

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Looking for burial site of a relative of mine, Lot Enix (Enochs). He served with the 19th Indiana. Was wounded at the battle of Gettysburg and died probably on July 5, 1863.

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Craig Head - 11/15/98 17:42:42
My Email:CWHEAD4TH@AOL.COM
Hometown: GASTON, IN.

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My Great Grandfather's name was George Head. I only have a picture of his stone. He is buried at Hebron,In. west of Mitchell,In. His stone has the following printed on it. GEO. HEAD CO. F. I.IND.H.A. i WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE?

Guillermo Silva - 11/12/98 04:29:54
My URL:http://home.pacbell.net/silva95/index.html
My Email:Silva95@pacbell.net
Hometown: Healdsburg, CA

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I am doing a report on the U.S's need to continuously maintain its military readiness. For the report I am currently seeking statistical facts on casualties sustained of both North and South armies during the Civil War. This also applies to the other wa s/Conflicts that the U.S. has been involved in. I if you know of any sites that I may be able to find some more info please let me know. Thanks. Bye the way I have been a Civil War afficionado for some time and I realy like your web site. I am a Navy veteran and glad to have served my country. Again, Thanks. Guillermo

Frank - 11/09/98 22:52:55
Hometown: Liverpool , England

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Your simple list of names touched me ....

Travis Hoover - 11/04/98 21:31:13
My Email:TankDog984
Hometown: Martinsburg

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i liked your website.Other good comments.

Ron Songer - 11/04/98 03:30:02
My Email:RSongerMD@aol.com
Hometown: Indianapolis

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Excellent Webpage! I have been a Civil War buff most of my life and was delighted to see a webpage devoted to the Civil War heroes from Indiana. Keep up the good work.

Russ Brubaker - 10/29/98 21:59:45
My Email:brbkr@macs.net
Hometown: Va Beach , Va.

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Looking for the Union Civil War soldier , George Brubaker 's burial site. "Killed in battle August 6, 1863 ". Family books say it was in Atlanta (?).

Russ Brubaker - 10/29/98 21:59:40
My Email:brbkr@macs.net
Hometown: Va Beach , Va.

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Looking for the Union Civil War soldier , George Brubaker 's burial site. "Killed in battle August 6, 1863 ". Family books say it was in Atlanta (?).

Janice Parker Thompson - 10/17/98 21:19:46
My Email:Elkman@firstdial.com
Hometown: Indianapolis

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Landon Lyons - 10/07/98 13:19:01
My Email:forthell@aol.com
Hometown: Dorr, MI

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Darrell Foster - 10/01/98 16:24:49
My Email:foster_dw@yahoo.com
Hometown: Buckhannon,wv

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my grandpa died in the civil war at gettysburg

David Balmer - 10/01/98 06:29:52
My Email:dmbalmer@indiana.edu
Hometown: Macy,IN

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You have done a excellent job, and I hope that you can keep it up.

allan cunningham - 09/29/98 03:18:27
My Email:rivrboat@jps.net
Hometown: brentwood ca

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I'm trying to obtain any info- on my great-great

nancy nielsen - 09/28/98 05:46:02
My Email:Simplimeco@aol.com
Hometown: Denver

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My husband's grandfather's brother, William Franklin Nelson served in the 134th regiment, company E, Indiana Infantry in the civil war. He's buried in the North Salem Cemetery The name change happened I suppose when he enlisted and has evolved from Neil on as his father spelled it, to Nielsen as we spell it today. His roots are in Denmark and he was age 18 at his death, leaving behind his widowed mother and several minor children. He'd been her only support, and she was unable to collect his pension th she tried valiantly to do so. Each of these soldiers have stories, I'm just grateful that ours left a paper trail. Thanks for being here...

Brandon Dorsey - 09/26/98 05:41:56
My Email:legacy@cfw.com
Hometown: Fairfield, VA

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Honorable ideas. Nice Site Keep up the Good Work.

Jon Beall - 09/23/98 03:18:08
My Email:j3beall@hotmail.com
Hometown: Bremen, IN

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How might I find records of Civil War soldiers buried in the Bremen Cemetery and Huff Cemetery, or of the surrounding areas--both in IN? And how might I find records of Civil War soldiers coming from my hometown of Bremen, IN? Thank you for any help you can give me.

T0M HUNTER - 09/19/98 16:58:16
My Email:RTHUNTER1@WEBTV.NET
Hometown: INDIANAPOLIS,IN.

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NEAT SITE!!! I HAVE ALLMAYS BEEN INTERESTED IN HISTORY, CIVIL WAR IN PERTICULAR, LOOKING FOR MORE INFORMATION ON "CAMP MORTON".WOULD IT BE POSSIBLE TO GET A COPY OF ALL THE CONFEDERATE DEAD FROM "MORTON".

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Kim Patterson - 09/13/98 03:15:54
My Email:Kimbo@Iquest.net
Hometown: Carmel

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It was interesting to know that confederate war dead were burried here in Indianapolis. Due to my southern heritage I'm begining to search to see if I may be related to any participants in the war. How does one begin?

L. Max Travis, II - 09/11/98 21:53:35
My Email:rufus@alcnet.com
Hometown: Powhatan, VA

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I am pleased to find that my great-great uncle, William A.M. Robinson, 25th Va Cav was given a proper interment in your city. I hope one day to be able to visit there. Sincerest thanks!

Cindy - 09/08/98 08:50:38
My URL:http://www.0001011.com/users/cindy
My Email:elalla@hotmail.com
comment: Nice page.... please come visit my 0001011 site :-) Thanks, Cindy
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Jeff Kempf,Sr. - 09/02/98 22:13:18
My Email:fifthgenkempf@yahoo.com
Hometown: Indianapolis, In.

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God bless this effort and your webpage! I think its a great project! When I read the article in the Indianapolis Star Newspaper about a entire gravesite being plowed over by a company who bought the property simply because the gravesites were from the 180 's and they wanted to build a warehouse over it, I was shocked!! It was legal too! These ancestors resting place was simply erased! God forgive us all! The developers in Indiana have so mercy!! I would like to volunteer with your project to help restore C vil War gravesites in Indianapolis, In. and the surrounding Indianapolis area please!!!!!!!!!! Thanks, Jeff Kempf,Sr. fifthgenkempf@yahoo.com Please let me know!!!!!!!

Juanita Bradshaw - 08/26/98 03:25:53
My Email:juanita@ucinet.com
Hometown: Pendleton,Oregon

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What you are doining will be repaid to you someday Its a wonderful thing you have done. Irestored an old cemetery in Meacham,Oregon this year. 1852 to 1930.Its a good feeling to know you are doining something worth while. I know how much work it is but, keep up the good work. Thanks Juanita

Chryse' C. Wayman - 08/25/98 03:53:20
My Email:cwayman1@ibm.net
Hometown: Atlanta, Georgia

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Thank you so much for the vast amount of information your site has provided. It is nice to see people so dedicated to their work!

Tim Morrison - 08/23/98 06:24:36
My Email:timorrison@ardmore.net
Hometown: Fayetteville, TN

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Please contact Mickey Walker for a current Confederate POW list. He has an expanded list that is currently being cut into the stone monument for Greenbush. There are 38 Confederate names instead of 28. The dedication will be on October 17, 1998, at 1:0 PM.

Jay Blessing - 08/22/98 17:09:25
My Email:blej1@Aerial1.com
Hometown: Tampa, Fl

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I am trying to locate my Great Grandfather Jacob Blessing who I beleive may have died in a prison camp in Indiana.

Larry H. - 08/20/98 22:45:58
My Email:jolh@jayco.net
Hometown: Portland,Indiana

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Enjoyed your home page and the work you are doing for all the brave men of the Civil War.

robert laird - 08/20/98 21:56:10
My Email:oliveoil@voyager.net
Hometown: battle creek, mi

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iit is reoorted that my great grandfather ouut of kknoxville county, died and was burried in a civil war cemetary in knoxville tenn. I am unable to locate a cemetary in this town ...can you help Thanks Bob 8/20/98

robert laird - 08/20/98 21:56:07
My Email:oliveoil@voyager.net
Hometown: battle creek, mi

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iit is reoorted that my great grandfather ouut of kknoxville county, died and was burried in a civil war cemetary in knoxville tenn. I am unable to locate a cemetary in this town ...can you help Thanks Bob 8/20/98

cindy bost - 08/17/98 21:29:01
My Email:cbost@hotmail.com
Hometown: Dunkirk, IN.

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My greatgrand father, George Knight, was in the 84th Indiana Infantry. There is currently a re-en acting group of the 84th out of Muncie, In. I started re-enacting just this year. My first event was at Billie Creek in the Sanitary Commission & medical dept. The next event will be in Cambridge City, IN. Sept. 12 & 13. George is buried at the old Oak Park Cem. in Grant Co. In. I was told by the county historian that these older cemetaries are not taken care of by the county very well. I'de like to see more care taken with our old cemetaries. The are an invaluable resourse for all of us. Anyone interested in "talking" about the civil war or genealogy, give me a "call". Keep up the great work on behalf of our Vets. Thanks, Cindy

cindy bost - 08/17/98 21:09:20

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T>Smith - 08/01/98 13:55:18
My Email:Hmnbird01@aol.com
Hometown: Reagan Co.Tx

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robin - 07/30/98 18:57:19
My URL:http://oocities.com/Heartland/Bluffs/8205
My Email:rhurst@kalama.com
Hometown: Kelso

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My great grandfather was in the civil war . He was a private in Company G 9th Regiment. Indiana Regiment, U.S. I have been through web page after web page, and nothing on his regiment or company. can you please help. thanks

Joan Southwick - 07/18/98 04:14:32
My Email:JSouth113@aol
Hometown: Chatham,Ill

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Been trying, for 3 yrs, to get Gov't Grave Markers for our War of 1812, Mex. War, Civil War & Span. Am. War Vets buried in our local cemetery. Need Unit & Comp. for Matthew Cloyd b. Fayette Co Ill.in 1825. Could he have been in an Ind. Unit? Some have no arkers or are illegible. Can't afford the $10 fee for ea. of the 8 men in Wash DC others in Ohio and Ky. 1 man may have Enlisted in NY. How do I check for Ind. enlistment? Thank you, J E Southwick

terry flood - 07/15/98 16:43:49
My Email:moparnut@netusa1.net
Hometown: frankfort in

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i think you page is great

james e. russell - 07/14/98 16:46:06
My Email:centrejim@aol.com
Hometown: lexington,ky

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nice site. do you know where I can find out more about camp morton?

Dan Owen - 07/08/98 13:59:38
My Email:owen@juno.com
Hometown: Terre Haute

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Hi Iam intrested in finding out about local Civil War soilders here in Terre Haute. I think there is one in are local grave yard on third street that states he was killed at GettysBurg.The Grave stone Is very weather worn. But I think it reads John Blinn.

JACK MORRISON - 07/07/98 15:06:30
My Email:slulmlord@psci.net
Hometown: ROCKPORT IN

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I AM THE COUNTY VETERANS OFFICER AND WAS LOODING FOR INFO ON REENACTMENTS FOR SOME ONE

Valorie Hayden - 07/06/98 02:27:07
My Email:sundance@win.bright.net
Hometown: Durand, WI

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Loved your web site.

Mary Scott - 07/04/98 14:20:46
My Email:maryrscott@mailexcite.com
Hometown: Ohio

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Your page is off to a good start. My grandaughters' ancestor is buried in the Goodmans' Ridge Cemetery in Crawford Co., IN near Marengo and his stone is marked with: William Tyree- 14th KY Calvary. Please keep up the good work.

Edward Harrell - 07/02/98 22:51:34
My Email:edharrell3@aol,com
Hometown: Bartlett, TN

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Looks good. Keep at it.

Robert W. Bedwell - 06/29/98 01:53:07
My Email:bbedwell@delaware.infini.net
Hometown: Wilmington, DE

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As former Hoosiers we were interested in the commentary about the Confederate burial at Crown Hill Cemetery near where we once lived (1944)

Mike Mayeux - 06/27/98 23:53:02
My Email:mmayeux@webtv.net
Hometown: Bourg, La.

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Keep up the great work.

Terry Parrish - 06/19/98 03:17:34
My URL:http://flash.net
My Email:dparrish@flash.net
Hometown: Fort Worth, Texas

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Looking for information on John S. Parrish. He served Company G, 26th Indiana. His grave is located in Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis. D.O.D. was 1/22/1862. I wonder if I am related? Info may be sent via E-Mail or to P.O. Box 76160, Fort Worth, Texas 6179.

Dan Rathburn - 06/12/98 02:11:04
My Email:DRathburn@aol.com
Hometown: Elgin, Il

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Looking for information on John Jay Rathbun such as battles and campagans. He served in Company H, 100th Regiment of the Indiana Volunteer Infantry. He enrolled 24 Aug 1862 and was discharged 14 June 1865.

Wilda (Heaton) Sharp - 06/10/98 01:38:28
My Email:w25@gte.net
Hometown: Kennewick, Wa

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Thank you for honoring our men. Enjoyed my visit and leaving this for any family who may not know where he is or who might know date of death. HEATON,Bivan, son of Titus HEATON & Eliza TURNER of Jennings Co, IN. Pvt in Civil War: 82nd Indiana Infantry, Company B. Bur Stone's River National Cem, Murfresboro, Tn, Sec G, # 131 d est 1862-1865

Steve Michaels - 06/09/98 00:47:42
My URL:http://members.xoom.com
My Email:smike@ix.netcom.com
Hometown: Indianapolis

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Excellent page! I made a link to your page on mine. Keep up the good work and let me know if I can support in any way!

JAMES MCGUIRE - 06/01/98 04:30:28
My Email:rebel@dmrtc.net
Hometown: WASHINGTON IN

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I REALY LIKE YOU SITE I`M A CIVIL WAR NUT AND LOVE READING ALL I CAN ON IT THANK YOU FOR LET`ING ME SEE IT

- 06/01/98 04:23:08

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- 05/29/98 15:37:38

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This is an excellent and upstanding cite. It is very educational and informative. Kudos on a job well done.

Nancy Baker - 05/28/98 23:49:23
My Email:NBaker1234@aol.com or nancy.baker@parkerdrilling.com
Hometown: Tulsa, OK

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Just trying to find any leads regarding a GAR marker found by my g-g-grandfather's grave in Muncie, IN. He died mid-August, 1965 at the age of 45. I haven't been able to find any proof that he served in the Union Army, however.

DARREL TROUT - 05/28/98 14:59:31
My URL:http://@AOL.COM
My Email:DTrout9793@aol.com
Hometown: North Huntingdon, PA

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GOOD SITE WITH ALOT OF GOOD INFORMATION. GOOD LUCK WITH YOU PROJECTS

jonson onundur - 05/28/98 08:40:51
My URL:http://onundur.jonsson@isgatt.is
Hometown: Iceland -safjrur

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John T. Niccum - 05/28/98 02:00:12
My Email:niccumjt@comteck.com
Hometown: Marion, Indiana

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cb - 05/25/98 18:21:07
My Email:acc@exis.com
Hometown: va. beach, va.

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my greatgranddad robert c brown was in the 18th indiana infantry company c. he was wounded at winchester va sept19 1864.he survived the war and lived in ironton (lawrence county) ohio until his death 1910.he was born in greenup co ky

cb - 05/25/98 17:41:39
My Email:acc&exis.com
Hometown: va. beach, va.

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my greatgranddad was in the 18th indiana infantry he sighned on in indianapolis as a volenteer in 1861. he was wounded at the battle of winchester on set 19 1864.he was discharged out after the war and went to live in lawrence county ohio where he is buried

Li Chun - 05/25/98 12:57:15
My URL:http://www.oocities.org/Colosseum/Stadium/7940/m
My Email:lclow@hotmail.com
Hometown: Singapore

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Cool site!! I am trying to do a project on the lives of ordinary soldiers deuring the Civil War. I come from an International School in Hong Kong. I didn't really get much info. Anyway, keep up the good work!!! Good work.

Li Chun - 05/25/98 12:57:43
My URL:http://www.oocities.org/Colosseum/Stadium/7940/m
My Email:lclow@hotmail.com
Hometown: Singapore

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Cool site!! I am trying to do a project on the lives of ordinary soldiers deuring the Civil War. I come from an International School in Hong Kong. I didn't really get much info. Anyway, keep up the good work!!! Good work.

J.M. Mitchell - 05/18/98 16:17:52
My Email:jmmitchelljr@earthlink.net
Hometown: La Canada, Calif.

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I am greatly impressed by your patriotism and kindness in regard to the recognition of the dead from the "war". It is especially appreciated that you will dare to honor the Confederates buried there in spite of the present day state of divisiveness impo ed upon us all. THANK YOU!

Loretta Smith Klose - 05/18/98 05:22:43
My URL:http://www.oocities.org/Heartland/Estates/9420
My Email:klsqtrs@southwind.net
Hometown: Marion, Ks

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Nice Site ! Wonderful Projects !

Loretta Smith Klose - 05/18/98 05:11:52
My URL:http://www.oocities.org/Heartland/Estates/9420
My Email:klsqtrs@southwind.net
Hometown: Marion, Ks

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Nice Site ! Wonderful Projects !

Brenda Brewer - 05/16/98 02:44:24
My Email:brewer1@gte.net
Hometown: West terre Haute

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My great great Uncle Robert Posey b.1845 Indiana d.12/6/1919 at the Danville Illinois, Old Soldiers Home,that we now call The VA Hospital.Robert is buried at the Old Soldiers Home Cemetery in the Civil War Soldiers Circle.Robert inlisted as a Private in C ptain Holdson's Co.1,97th Regt Indiana Infantry.He enlisted August 22 1862 for a period of Three Years and was mustered in on September 1862 at Indianapolis,Indiana.In January and Febuary 1863,his military records show he was absent from duty because he w s in the Hospital in LaGrange,Tennessee since January 6 1863.He was mustered out of Service in Washington,D.C. on June 9 1865.His description is given as five feet,10 inches tall;black eyes;dark hair;light complextion and a farmer. I would like to have his name added to the internet for his company.Do you know if there is a place to add his name. Thanks Brenda

james p canoy - 05/12/98 01:35:44
My Email:jpc@dtx.net
Hometown: leesville la

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I AM LOOKING FOR ANYONE WHO MIGHT HAVE INFO ON THE NAME OF CANOY, CANNOY, KANOY, KNOY, KNEY THESE LAST NAMES ALL BELONG TO THE NOW CANOY'S THE SPELLING WAS CHANGED OVER THE YEARS HOW CAN I FIND OUT IF THERE ARE PEOPLE WITH THESE LAST NAMES WHO WERE KILLED IN THE CIVIL WAR EATHER NORTH OR SOUTH I AM TRYING TO BUILD A FAMILY TREE IT ANYONE OUT THERE HAS INFO ON THIS WOULD YOU PLEASE CONTACT ME AT THE ABOVE E MAIL THANK YOU HOPEING TO HERE FROM SOMEONE SOON

Richard McClure Kohl - 05/09/98 06:12:12
My Email:gscale@compuserve.com
Hometown: Allenspark CO

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Robert McClure served in the Revolutionary War as a PVT from SC. He was married to 1.Mary Buffington 2. Margery Buffington Pearson. Moved to Miami CO Ohio, in 1806

Richard McClure Kohl - 05/09/98 06:01:17
My Email:gscale@compuserve.com
Hometown: Allenspark, CO

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My great grandfather Samuel Henderson McClure Served with the 5th Indiana Vol. !864

Bill Stanley - 05/07/98 17:24:25
My Email:KING BRS3
Hometown: Erial, NJ

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Well hello everyone out there

Mickey Mosher - 05/06/98 01:34:37
My Email:tmosher@waveone.net
Hometown: Warsaw, In

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Am looking for my ggrandfather. Having real problems finding him in any info that I've came across. Out of Blackford County with Company F 63rd Infantry. But still can't find him. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

Patrick - 04/28/98 14:41:16
My Email:keith/pat.com@dol.
Hometown: Secretary

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I like the illustrations of the civil war.:)

Robert Scott - 04/26/98 15:44:45
My Email:Rd4215
Hometown: Tecumseh Oklahoma

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Enjoyed your site. Am originally from Indianapolis, Indiana. My great-grandfather was in the 72nd Indiana vol. Pvt. Houston Scott, he is buried in Tipton County, Indiana. In the old Church Cemetery that sets on U.S 31

Adele Moore - 04/26/98 02:04:55
Hometown: Mercerville New Jersey

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Steve Nelson - 04/17/98 16:03:35
My Email:nelson@galstar.com
Hometown: Tulsa, OK

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I ran across your pages by accident while looking for information about New Harrisburg, IN. My GGGrandfather was Charles F. Nelson, musician/private in the 12th Reg. of Indiana Volunteers. He survived the war and was mustered out when the regiment was disbanded on June 8, 1865. He died on January 10, 883 and is buried near New Harrisburg. Unfortunately, I haven't had any luck finding that town, though I know it was in Wabash County, perhaps near Disko, where his widow, Mary Rittenhouse Nelson, later lived. Anyone heard of New Harrisburgh, in Wabash County? Any info would be greatly appreciated. -SN-

Scott Dunkirk - 04/15/98 22:43:06
Hometown: Tyner, IN

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Great page I currently live in Phoenix, Az. and am a living historian portraying civil war as well as indian wars.

dale doan - 04/14/98 04:26:56
Hometown: hardinsburg in.

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Collin Garrett - 04/12/98 17:45:45
My Email:bugsy@monti.net
Hometown: Monticello IN.

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Looking "back to my future"

Collin Garrett - 04/12/98 17:44:24
My Email:bugsy@monti.net
Hometown: Monticello IN.

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Looking "back to my future"

Jennifer Meadows - 04/09/98 16:38:09
My Email:meaows@dcwi.com
Hometown: Reynolds, Indiana

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I came here b/c I'm doing a report for my junior English class at North White High School. I think this is a really neat sight. It didn't really help me much with what I was looking for, but it is really interesting and I like it!! Thanks, Jennifer

Bradley Rogers - 04/07/98 22:26:16
My Email:dudeboyblues@mailexcite.com
Hometown: Porterville, CA

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We must not forget ALL of the many reasons the Brothers War was fought. The good and the bad on both sides in this fight is like the good and the bad in all people.

Sue - 04/04/98 00:08:25
My Email:slh117@aol.com
Hometown: Rebecca, Ga.

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Tried to copy list of the soldiers and was unable to make a printout. Would it be possible to email me a complete set to print? Thank you

RYAN MILLER - 04/02/98 18:51:45
My Email:rmiller@shaker.vinu.edu
Hometown: Washington

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Tina Jaher - 03/29/98 15:20:02
My Email:TJahner
Hometown: Raleigh, NC

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I am looking for additional information on grave sites in North Carolina for a field trip with a class of 8th graders. Do you have any suggestings or know of any WWW. sites I can visit?

stacy - 03/28/98 18:10:28
Hometown: elkhart

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Charles j. Strickland - 03/24/98 02:03:52
My Email:cjs@comsource.net
Hometown: Mackey,In.

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Just trying to find all i can about the Strickland's of the Civil War. I live in southwestern In. Thanks for your Web site, i have enjoyed it.

Charles - 03/24/98 01:56:56

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Kenneth Swearengin - 03/22/98 17:34:24
My Email:Swearen@iland.net
Hometown: Warrensburg, MO

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This is a very nice thing that has been done. Is there any way for a person to find the names of the Confederate Soldiers buried at Crown Hill on the Internet. Thank You

Kenneth Swearengin - 03/22/98 16:52:52
My Email:Swearen@iland.net
Hometown: Warrensburg, MO

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This is a very nice thing that has been done. Is there any way for a person to find the names of the Confederate Soldiers buried at Crown Hill on the Internet. Thank You

zacharie abair - 03/14/98 01:48:07
Hometown: plymouth

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thanks for the help with my indiana history/civil war project. the information i got was interesting and useful.

George McCormick - 03/08/98 00:24:25
My Email:gmccormk@swbell.net
Hometown: Oklahoma City, Okla.

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I wish to say thankyou for rembering our C.S.A war dead. My GGGGrandpa, Luke Covert, was a POW at Camp Morton. He died of typhoid while at Camp Morton. He Left a widow and three small children. I am decended from his daughter Sarah Covert McCormick.

Jim Kingery - 03/07/98 16:39:25
My Email:kingery_jim@hotmail.com
Hometown: Yates Missouri

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Really enjoyed your site. Hope I can find one like this for Missouri. Going to spend this summer restoring civil war graves in old county graveyards that have been forgotte. PS found two revolutionary war graves way out in the sticks thanks

ALICIA CHLDRESS - 03/06/98 15:59:15
Hometown: EDINBURGH

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I DIDNT FIND CRAP THAT I DIDNT ALREADY NOW

Garry McKinney - 03/06/98 14:52:44
My Email:VaCav7CoC
Hometown: Martinsburg Wv

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great Grandson of Jesse Ryan..50th Ind. Vol Buried Jackson County Ind. at Gorbets Chapel Cem.

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Johnny J. Lanham - 03/04/98 02:41:02
My Email:jay@camcomp.com
Hometown: kingsland GA

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joe vilga 2nd - 03/03/98 23:06:04
My Email:dan@ns.gemlink.com
Hometown: orange, virginia

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my aunt told me one of my ancestors was the color bearer for the 7th indiana vol. inf. not sure of his name but know he was discharged at the battle of the wilderness in orange county Va in 1864 any info on him would be greatly appreciated last name metca f i think.

joe vilga 2nd - 03/03/98 22:56:54

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T. Hollingsworth - 03/01/98 15:45:04
My Email:highbush10@aol.com
Hometown: Lynn , In

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While researching my Thorn Roots found letters and pictures of Martin Thorn in the Battle of Franklin Tn. , 57th Indiana and also a Mr Fraley who is writing a book on that battle. Maurgreys It also his screen name at aol.

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JasonPollard - 02/28/98 02:18:36
My Email:tlmyers@pacbell.net
Hometown: Muncie, Indiana

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I,m a great enthusiest in the civil War. I know a great deal about the war, But mostly about Gettysburg. I am always eager to learn more, And would appreciate it if you could help. I guess you could say that I am a Historion without the college degree! Sincerly, Jason Pollard lcpl. USMC.

JasonPollard - 02/28/98 02:11:47
My Email:tlmyers@pacbell.net
Hometown: Muncie, Indiana

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I,m a great enthusiest in the civil War. I know a great deal about the war, But mostly about Gettysburg. I am always eager to learn more, And would appreciate it if you could help. Sincerly, Jason Pollard lcpl. USMC.

Jaoon Pollard - 02/28/98 02:08:53
My Email:tlmyers@pacbell.net
Hometown: Muncie, Indiana

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I,m a great enthusiest in the civil War. I know a great deal about the war, But mostly about Gettysburg. I am always eager to learn more, And would appreciate it if you could help. Sincerly, Jason Pollard lcpl. USMC.

Nancy Baker - 02/27/98 01:41:46
My Email:NBaker1234@aol.com
Hometown: Tulsa, OK

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While doing some genealogy research, I found the grave of my G-G-grandfather, John Stout Hutchings, who is buried in Muncie, Indiana. He died in 1865 October) and was only 42 at the time of death. By his gravestone is a medallion with the initials GAR. I have always wondered if he hadn't served in the Civil War but the archives in Washington has no record of his enlistment. Does anyone know of where I might obtain old records of the GAR?

EARL SHANAHAN - 02/25/98 15:46:09
My Email:Shanahae@rang99.nellis.af.mil
Hometown: Las Vegas, nv

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Robert A Hibberd - 02/24/98 22:25:00
My Email:RHibb55563@aol.com
Hometown: South Bend, Ind

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Tom Lingeman - 02/24/98 20:30:29
My Email:tlingem@uoft02.utoledo.edu
Hometown: Perrysburg, Ohio

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I have a Civil War ancestor buried in a small cemetery in Brownsburg, IN called Lingeman Cemetery. The cemetery is not far from downtown Brownsburg and is clearly marked. Buried in said cemetery is Captain Sammuel Lingeman or Lingemann or Lingermann. Ther are also approx. 6 or more other civil war graves that may not be known to you. No one has been buried in the graveyard since about 1880 or so. The place is commemorated with a relatively recent plaque commemorating the service of these men to their coun ry. I am planning on designing iron gates and fencing it off with a rustic fence next year. Captain L. allegedly served with Lew Wallace, was commissioned a Capt. on June 30, 1863 and died while on leave in 1864. I do not know his regiment. Can any one he p? Can you help me with advice on how to restore the cemetery? I am a civil war reinactor with the 4th Michigan Volunteer Infantry, Co.A.

Tom Lingeman - 02/24/98 20:26:36
My Email:tlingem@uoft02.utoledo.edu
Hometown: Perrysburg, Ohio

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I have a Civil War ancestor buried in a small cemetery in Brownsburg, IN called Lingeman Cemetery. The cemetery is not far from downtown Brownsburg and is clearly marked. Buried in said cemetery is Captain Sammuel Lingeman or Lingemann or Lingermann. Ther are also approx. 6 or more other civil war graves that may not be known to you. No one has been buried in the graveyard since about 1880 or so. The place is commemorated with a relatively recent plaque commemorating the service of these men to their coun ry. I am planning on designing iron gates and fencing it off with a rustic fence next year. Captain L. allegedly served with Lew Wallace, was commissioned a Capt. on June 30, 1863 and died while on leave in 1864. I do not know his regiment. Can any one he p? Can you help me with advice on how to restore the cemetery? Thank-you.

c. wiggins - 02/22/98 16:42:50
My Email:cletus80@hotmail.com
Hometown: texas

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thanks for honoring our southern dead.

- 02/20/98 03:04:12

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Daisy Paroczy - 02/20/98 01:09:53
Hometown: Fort Wayne , In

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This is a great web page where people can learn about their country's history.

Daisy Paroczy - 02/20/98 01:09:48
Hometown: Fort Wayne , In

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This is a great web page where people can learn about their country's history.

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RONALD SHINN - 02/19/98 15:53:42
My Email:OHIO55TH@AOL.COM/
Hometown: MONROVIA, CA.

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L.J. Shepeard - 02/19/98 05:08:14
My Email:LJShepeard@worldnet.att.net
Hometown: Kingwood, TX

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I am the commander of the Dick Dowling Camp 1305, SCV, Houston, TX. I really like your home page and the information it gives. Keep up the good work.

dali lama - 02/18/98 17:00:24
Hometown: compton

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oh cool

Bob Riley - 02/18/98 07:26:14
My Email:bankerbo@mail.icongrp.com
Hometown: St John, IN

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My Grand Mother,Beulah Riley's father was William (a/k/a Wilhelm)Graul-a Yank in the 32 Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry and is buried in Locust Hill Cemetery which is somewhere in IN? Does anyone know? Her husband, Walter M Riley's father was William iley-a Reb from Orange Co, NC but his family line/service has been untracable. Do I join the SCV or the SUV:)Your cause & hard work is & will be appreciated til the end of time.Maybe, after my GR GR Grandfathers view your site,they'll bury the hatchet.Tha ks for a grand site.

Gina S. - 02/17/98 23:52:00
Hometown: C.G. MN

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I'm doing a speech on the civil war and I think its great that you honor the people that died while fighting.

Morris Gray - 02/16/98 02:33:41
My Email:moegray@aol.com
Hometown: Easley SC

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Great-Great Grandfather was CPL.Thomas C.Gray 53rd INDIANA

Robert C. Venham - 02/13/98 17:29:35
My Email:col.terry@juno.com
Hometown: Marietta ohio 44305

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If I can help in any way email me also i'm trying to do the same thing here in marietta.God bless all of you. col. terry 24th va.

Robert C. Venham - 02/13/98 17:29:04
My Email:col.terry@juno.com
Hometown: Marietta ohio 44305

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If I can help in any way email me also i'm trying to do the same thing here in marietta.God bless all of you. col. terry 24th va.

Kim - 02/12/98 01:57:20
My Email:kadams@bw.edu
Hometown: Cleveland, OH

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Kimberly Adams - 02/12/98 01:55:03
My Email:kadams@bw.edu
Hometown: Lakewood, OH

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tamara R. Bean - 02/09/98 19:37:20
My Email:tamibean18@hotmail.com
Hometown: stark, KS

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I am trying tofind out anything on my great-Granddad. His last name was Haddan and he married a woman from guernsey County, Indiana. He was in the drum and bugle corp during the Civil War.

Janine - 02/09/98 14:59:53
Hometown: Wood Lake

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I'm having a really hard time finding U.S. Civil War Cemetaries on the Internet. I think I will read a book instead of reading a lot of adds.

Keith Goodman - 02/05/98 05:39:12
My Email:Goodmans@primenet.com
Hometown: Mesa, Arizona

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I'm very happy to see an organization like yours. It gives me hope for the future of America!

Justin Dingman - 02/04/98 15:34:02
My Email:Justin.Dingman@PSS.boeing.com
Hometown: Tacoma, WA

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You have one the greatest sites. Thanks for your information. I have learned alot. Keep up the great work.

Ross Patterson - 01/27/98 21:07:35
My Email:Soccer0829@aol.com
Hometown: Cincinnati OH

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any info on anyone with last name would be helpful, trying to track down my ancestor's grave thanks

Ross Patterson - 01/27/98 21:00:49
My URL:http://?????
My Email:Soccer0829@aol.com
Hometown: Cincinnati OH

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this is a really neat site, can't wait to visit again.

Silver F. Smith - 01/20/98 19:18:39
My Email:oakvur@ix.netcom.com
Hometown: Prather, Ca.

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Was just reviewing the Civil War history when I noticed that Wayne Richard Sharp was listed as webmaster. Any relation to Donna Lee (Sharp) Golden?

Tom Steinkamp - 01/20/98 17:06:08
My Email:tmstein@isbe.accessus.net
Hometown: Rockford IL

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What information is available on the 43rd Indiana Infantry? I have a Great-Great-Grandfather who was in that regiment. I do like your site.

Dillis Bolton - 01/19/98 22:50:54
My Email:dillis@infinet.com
Hometown: Middletown, Ohio

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Great Site! While researching one of my paternal lines I was given copies of pension records for Nathan S. McDowell, 1st Cavalry, Tennessee, Confederate, who died December 1, 1863 at Camp Morton at the age of 66 years. His widow had applied for a pensio for his service in the War of 1812! She was granted the pension. I am interested to know if a marker exists with his name on the mass grave at Crown Hill. If anyone is interested in the pension files contact me by E-mail. Thank you and again, great sit .

Brenda M. Montgomery, Pinkerton - 01/17/98 20:52:07
Hometown: Poplar Bluff,Missouri

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James Henry Marion Montgomery was a relative, I believe my great-great grandfather. At death, January 18, 1898 he was Colonel in the Company F, 33rd Ohio Voluntary Infantry. I have the geneology of my family and it is so exciting. JHM Montgomery stated: I not only fight this rebellioin down, but write it down, and when practicable, vote it down intending to teach my children and grandchildren children to vote against the men and party that substain it, North as well as South. bm inkerton--3601 w tierra buena lane, #105b, phoenix, az 85023

Roger Ambrose - 01/16/98 14:10:56
My Email:Rogail76@AOL.com
Hometown: Kokomo, IN.

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Braden Clement - 01/16/98 01:47:58
Hometown: East Madison, Maine

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April - 01/16/98 01:41:10
My Email:ocian@juno.com
Hometown: Arizona

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I would like to find out more about Albert Underwood. If you have any info please email me and let me know.

Heather M Creed - 01/11/98 16:20:29
My URL:http://www.mcmsys.com
My Email:heather@mcmsys.com
Hometown: Jacksonville,Mo 65260

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very interesting!!

K. Prouty - 01/08/98 02:46:51
My Email:Poruty@bluebonnet.net

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I am looking for information on John Smith Cassity joined in In. died in Tn. buried in Nashville Tn. Thank You

K. Prouty - 01/08/98 02:45:30
My Email:Poruty@bluebonnet.net

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I am looking for information on John Smith Cassity joined in In. died in Ky. buried in Nashville Ky. Thank You

dBelcher - 01/05/98 23:08:05
My Email:dBelcher@hsonline.net
Hometown: Vallonia, in

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Grandfather was in 31 In Vol

rich044 - 01/02/98 20:46:33
My Email:rich044@ameritech.net
Hometown: elgin,ill

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looking for great granfather peter newman, naumann, or neumann spelling was different in the late 18tn.hunderds,bloomington, indianapolis,or mitchell,indiana.

Bob Westall - 01/02/98 04:09:31
My Email:bobatbmw@bellatlantic.net
Hometown: Annandale, Va.

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kirstin dobson - 12/31/97 04:19:29
My Email:jdobson@pol.net
Hometown: CHeyenne, WY

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great

Patsy Proctor Ahlman - 12/24/97 07:09:51
My Email:bluebird@inetnebr.com
Hometown: Lincoln, NE

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Looking for any info on Silas Proctor from IN who served in the Civil War. Died about 1865, his wife Elizbeth moved to KS with the younger children to be with her brother. The older children must have stayed in IN.

JAY C. SALWAY - 12/22/97 23:40:07
My URL:http://www.dalmation.com
Hometown: SPENCERVILLE, IN

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I AM LOOKING FOR ANYONE WHO MIGHT HAVE SERVED IN THE CIVIL WAR FROM MONROEVILLE,IN

JAY C. SALWAY - 12/22/97 23:27:37
My Email:DALMATION
Hometown: SPENCERVILLE, IN

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I AM LOOKING FOR ANYONE WHO MIGHT HAVE SERVED IN THE CIVIL WAR FROM MONROEVILLE,IN

Curtis L. Older - 12/19/97 19:34:28
My Email:clolder@aaaqa.com
Hometown: Danville, Illinois

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I live in Gastonia, NC. I have an ancestor who served in the 57th Indiana Volunteers. Buried in Lower Mound Cemetery in Western Indiana.

Ron Everman - 12/16/97 14:39:17
Hometown: Crawfordsville IND.

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My previous message about 118th reg.was wrong,it should have been 119th co.J IND.REG. He was a pri- vate, enlisted from PUTNAM CO.,mustered in at Terre Haute,IND. July 4 1863. If anyone has any info. about engagements,skrimishs,battles please let me know. any help would be apprecated. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!! REMEMBER- HERITAGE, NOT HATRED!!!

Mac McKinley - 12/11/97 20:41:48
Hometown: Borden, IN

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Great site!

adam steffes - 12/04/97 18:02:13
My Email:-------
Hometown: sauk rapids m.n

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Robert J. wells - 11/27/97 17:35:34
My URL:http://www.goodnet.com
My Email:jwells@netzone.com
Hometown: Payson, AZ

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My Father Wade Waverly Wells was born in Coal City later moved to Iowa & So. Dak. Born 1902, killed in Truck accident 1940. Grandfather James Wells. Grandmother last name Arney. Understand there are still some Arney's and Wells's in Coal City Area. Three of my Grandfathers uncles served with Indiana Volunteer Regiments.

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jon levy - 11/24/97 05:44:35
Hometown: ny

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found what i wanted

jon levy - 11/24/97 05:44:33
Hometown: ny

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found what i wanted

jon levy - 11/24/97 05:44:27
Hometown: ny

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found what i wanted

Betty Auten - 11/15/97 15:58:40
My Email:bauten@lynnet.com
Hometown: Waterloo,NY 13165

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Hello: As a county historian I began 20 years ago collecting data on soldiers who served in all wars from Seneca County. About 15 years ago switched to only Civil War, for all New York State. Quit the job so I could concentrate of soldiers, Look for them everywh re. Found one in your listing, Thank you. Betty Auten

Joshua Cadle - 11/12/97 15:15:37
My Email:sonvolt@rocketmail.com
Hometown: Salem, IN

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I was wondering if you could help me find where any Cadles are buried that served in the civil war. I think one served in the Salem militia that tried to stop Morgan's Raid. Thank you, Joshua Cadle

Joshua Cadle - 11/12/97 15:15:15
My Email:sonvolt@rocketmail.com
Hometown: Salem, IN

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I was wondering if you could help me find where any Cadles are buried that served in the civil war. I think one served in the Salem militia that tried to stop Morgan's Raid. Thank you, Joshua Cadle

Ken Brown - 11/01/97 00:32:17
My Email:dfntcrsh@dmrtc.net
Hometown: Washington, IN

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Great job. Will the 14th & 143rd Inf. make it to this page?

rick gorman - 10/29/97 08:15:44
My Email:rickgorman@sprintmail.com
Hometown: Seattle, WA

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jeff kail - 10/27/97 17:28:37
Hometown: Noblesville IN

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I think it is really good that we have things like this on our computers so we can learn more things on the civil war. I'm a Private in the 49 Indiana Infintry REnactment group so i can learn more things on the 49.

Ron Everman - 10/27/97 15:48:29
Hometown: crawfordsville

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I would like to find out any records about a man named Alfred Woodrum from putnam co. he was aprivate in 118th co.J any help would be appreciated.

P. Gillaspie - 10/25/97 03:41:05
My URL:http://www.intellex.com
My Email:gillaspi@intellex.com
Hometown: Tahlequah OK

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Keep up the good work.

Jim Mello - 10/17/97 21:23:12
My Email:jmello@creighton.edu
Hometown: Willimantic, CT

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My father was born in Lafayette, IN

Patricia Denney - 10/16/97 04:24:25
My Email:denney@mail.fwi.com
Hometown: Fort Wayne

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I congratulate the organization for what they have acomplished. All these men that died were Americans. Regardless of which side they fought on in the war between the states they deserve to be remembered.

GORDON bricken - 10/13/97 04:27:57
My Email:Barbkae @aol.com
Hometown: Santa Ana, CA

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Interesting about presering and marking graves. I have just completed a ptoject of identifying all CW burials in the Sanra Ana Cemetery. There 274 Union and 22 CSA veterans.Also you should note the nearlt intact GAR hall in Evansville at War Memorial Coli eum. A real tresureworth preserving. Keep up the good work

Marc Price - 10/13/97 01:42:59
Hometown: Goshen IN

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Just would like to sign this to show my appreciation for the men who died for our United States . North and South men both deserve credit.

Bob Hieronymus - 10/11/97 22:31:25
My Email:hierony@pop.gvtc.com
Hometown: Bulverde, TX

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Interested in Indiana Civil War. Great-great grandfather served and died in 84th Indiana Vol Inf. Have good information on him and his family.Are there any other 84th Ind Vol Inf people on the web?

Anne Graversen - 10/09/97 07:57:12
My Email:kulkranen@hotmail.com
Hometown: Copenhagen

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I'm making a schoolreport about US cicil war 1860. regards from a student.

W. Shobe - 10/09/97 00:54:08
My Email:Wshobe3399@aol.com
Hometown: Indianapolis

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Perry Ruch - 10/04/97 20:34:47
Hometown: Camby, IN.

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Just browsing today. I'm a member of Co. A 33rd Va./ Rockbridge Artillery, Inc.

Jim Yates - 10/02/97 02:41:40
My Email:ryates@rr1.net
Hometown: Casey, Illinois

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Thanks for the work you are doing. I am seeking the gravesite of my G-Grandfather John Yates who died in the Civil War on 07/14/1864. He was from Grantsburg, In., in Crawford Co. Am contacting Nat. Archives & In. archives. Any suggestions? God Bless

Jim Roberson - 10/01/97 14:28:59
My Email:roberson@netusa1.net
Hometown: Lafayette, In.

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I have been looking for two of my ancesters. James Cole G.G.G. Uncle, and his son Alber Cole, both of the Buck Creek, In area.

Dwight Gaskins - 10/01/97 00:57:05
My Email:DGask21574@aol.com
Hometown: Bonney Lake WA

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Hello; Could you tell me where I find records etc. about Company F, 25th Indiana Infantry, also 1st Indiana volunteers. Looking for info. about relatives, Jesse Gaskins( Indiana Volunteers and Roobert Alexander Miller, Company F, 25th Indiana Infantry. really need help to find this stuff, I don't know the first thing about it. Tell me how to look, anything will be of great assistance THANK YOU Dwight

Donald Thomson - 09/30/97 03:18:39
My Email:donthom@gulfsurf.infi.net
Hometown: Pensacola, FL

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My Great Grand Father was A, A, Keys, 1st. Lieut., 42nd Indiana Infantry.

Randy Brinson - 09/24/97 23:27:00
Hometown: Stinesville,In

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I am the co-Commander of the 25th Texas Vol. doing re-enactments in the mid to southern part of In. My entire family(wife,kids) love it and I do my best to learn all that I can about the CSA and the Southern views of this conflict. The unit as well as ot ers have done presentations at schools and will keep doing this as long as we get requests.

Gene Snyder - 09/24/97 19:07:41
My Email:Gsnyder430@aol.com
Hometown: Rockford,IL

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G-G-Grandfather was in the 59th Indiana vol. Died in Huntsville,AL in 1864. Believe he is buried in old city cemetery. Graves have numbers on them and the index burned with the building in 1869. His name was Isaac Snyder.

Tricia Fox - 09/12/97 15:08:57
Hometown: Boise,ID

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Robert C. Hibbard - 09/06/97 04:07:41
My Email:hibbard@brightok.net
Hometown: Sulphur,ok

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Sidney A. Mills III - 09/04/97 15:30:29
My Email:millss@cnrf.nola.navy.mil
Hometown: New Orleans

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Great-Great Grandson of Edward A. King, Colonel 68th Indiana killed at Chickamauga.

Dr. Richard J. Reid - 09/04/97 15:13:01
My Email:books@occ-uky.campus.mci.net
Hometown: Bedford, Indiana

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Currently living near Hartford, KY; writing Civil War Books about battles and units; have a really interesting book about the Fourth Indiana Cavalry. Congratulations on work you are doing.

john sloat - 09/02/97 19:11:22
My Email:excutioner@juno.com
Hometown: lakeland, Fl.

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It was imnteresting

Alfred C. Smith - 09/01/97 18:17:31
My Email:alsmith@ellijay.com
Hometown: Jasper, Georgia

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Looking for information on Capt. Josiah Stanley, 8th Indiana Calvery. I have his picture but nothing else. I believe he was from Greenwood, In.

Harriette Huff - 08/31/97 00:14:14
My Email:hhuff@ffni.com
Hometown: Wolcott, Indiana

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I have a GGrandfather that I am looking for information on. He is Buried in the Goodland Cemetary. He was in the GAR Company H 123 Pennsylvania . James Clay Robinson. Do I have the wrong Unit? I cannot find anything on him

Cletus Puckett - 08/28/97 00:14:59
My URL:http://www.aryan.com
My Email:cpuckett@aryan.com
Hometown: Corbin, KY

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Keep the Faith. We will not be denied. "Equality may perhaps be a right but no power on earth can ever turn it into a fact." Balzac

Laura Carr - 08/18/97 01:48:14
My Email:lc16@hotmail.com
Hometown: Rochester

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It's great!

Joe Henderson - 08/16/97 15:02:47
My Email:HPQV66A@Prodigy
Hometown: Hutchinson K,S.

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It is great what you guys are doing for the civil war dead I apreciate it and I bet the dead them selvs do also keep up the good work.

Randy Wade - 08/14/97 21:47:09
My Email:RDWGO@AOL.com
Hometown: Indianapolis, IN

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Thank you for all your work on this site. I'm searching for my ggg-grand father Joseph Wade who possibly died during the Civil War, Apprx 1863-64. He was from Fountain Co, IN area at that time. I have visited several sites. Yours is very informative. Go Bless you all

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