Civil War Veterans-NY-Hudson Valley, Catskills, Shawangunk

Hudson Valley New York - Civil War Volunteers

Laura Smith
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At 6:40am on March 1, 2010, Dave Sanders said…
Hi Laura

I am putting a notice in the march issue of ZOUAVE! re: the veteran's grave preservation.

dave sanders
At 4:12pm on January 2, 2010, Howard Fisher said…
Laura, Are we from the same SMITHS? My great-great grandfather is Elias Decker Smith (born 1817). He and his wife Mary E. __________ had seven children: Mary E. (my gr-grandmother who married William A. Fisher); Ellen, Andrew, Adaline, Will, Catherine and John D. We may have no connection whatsover but I have to persue every Smith opportunity. Regards, Howard
At 10:12am on June 4, 2009, Jean Shaver Osborne said…
You are welcome Laura. I am happy to help when I can. We will be putting more gravestones up in the future. Jean
At 4:54pm on May 29, 2009, Diane Hogancamp Ballman said…
Hi Laura, Daniel is buried in the Blencoe Cemetery in Blencoe, Iowa.
John Hogancamp is buried in the Iowa River Cemetery in Marshall County, Iowa.

Wow, I am just incredibly impressed with what you have done. Just moves me to tears. What a beautiful tribute. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!
At 7:14am on May 6, 2009, Laura Smith said…
My intention here is encourage users to submit any information they may have photos and or stories as they resurface from the chest of things handed down through the times.
This is just the beginning and if anyone has suggestions or corrections I urge you to enlighten me.
I created this site to honor those from our area who have long since been gone but their efforts still resonate today as we contemplate how our nation will endure the hardships of the 21st century.
 
 
 

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