Jason Floyd: Keep up the Great work. These loved ones valued the ways of our forefathers. As should we all, to keep this a strong nation. And your hard work helps fuel the fire of those that still do care and will bring light to the ones that follow and wana still care I hope others will help you complete the project. And know you and all that help and care will be rewarded and thanked if not here but also on the other side by the ones that have gone on But we are sure to follow. Thank you and may you be blessed for keeping the light a glare so darkness shall never indulge us nor here nor there.
May 19, 2013 11:05AM
Kathryn Belk Beaudry: I am very impressed with this site. I wish all states had a site like this honoring our veterans!! I am working on my family tree and love geneology and it has renewed my interest in history,especially the Revolutionary War and Civil War. My gGrandfather was killed in the civil war and we cannot find where he is buried. Many relatives were in the civil war and my gggGrandfather was killed in the Revolutionary war, among others. I will send a picture of his gravestone when I receive it. We will keep looking for my gGrandfathers gravesite but if all states would set up projects, and some have, it will be easier. This site is truly beautiful and well done!!!
March 1, 2009 4:03PM
May 11, 2007 5:23AM
robert L. crook, Sr (Ms):
April 3, 2007 8:20PM
mary McLanahan: Your email address bounces back to us so I am answering this way. We have an entry dated 2-5-33 from the Franklin St. Session which states that the First Presbyterian church of Asheville, NC reported the death of Mr. Arthur Hawks, but no date was given. He is not buried in our old cemetery but maybe buried in Greenmount Cemetery, Greenmount Ave. Baltimore, MD 21202, 410-539-0641. You may also wish to check with the Asheville church.
sincerely, Mary McLAnahan
March 26, 2007 12:06PM
Tom Evans: Lucian C. "Cooney" Ricketts is buried in Spring Hill Cemetery, Huntington, West Virginia. Information about his war time actions may be found in Mosby Vignettes, Vol. V, pp 55-59. Pleased to see this historic web.
February 12, 2007 4:46PM