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Parents are Floyd Sherry Hutchison and Ida Lorraine Grubb. One of Ida's brothers, Wesley, is boarding with the family.

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1930: Sheet 19B · 6 days ago by personna

Brother of gg grandfather Daniel Henry

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 1 · 6 days ago by prbycandie764

Sharon Case saved the Regimental Colors at the Muldraughs Hill, KY, skirmish by stuffing them inside his shirt.

Image, found in Civil War Horse Soldier Artifacts Collection: Page 1 · 6 days ago by VICTORELINTON

Photograph of William Benton Fuller. He was the author of the newspaper article in the Laurens Advertiser, dated Oct. 26, 1921. Despite the reference, in the National Archives,…

Image, found in lonifuller908's uploads: William Benton Fuller.jpg · 6 days ago by lonifuller908

FROM THE LAURENS ADVERTISER, OCT. 26, 1921 (LAURENS COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA). WRITTEN BY WILLIAM BENTON FULLER.

Image, found in lonifuller908's uploads: William B. Fuller Article on Civil War.jpg · 6 days ago by lonifuller908

FROM THE LAURENS ADVERTISER, OCT. 26, 1921 (LAURENS COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA). WRITTEN BY WILLIAM BENTON FULLER.

Image, found in lonifuller908's uploads: William B. Fuller Article on Civil War... · 6 days ago by lonifuller908

I am thinking the same thing

Image, found in Pennsylvania Archives: Page 326 · 7 days ago by coyle1152732

Should Read Robert Slaughter Curd.

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 2 · 14 Jul 2014 by engineer1guyboy517

UNOFFICIAL Transcription of: Fold3 Image # 2847300 PAGE RE: Jacob Wilt of Northampton County, Emaus, PA By Valerie Alpha 2014 (Unofficial Transcription • I have tried at all…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 42 · 14 Jul 2014 by rmyale1914

NOTE: My ancestor, Jacob Yale/Yehl of Northampton County, N. Whitehall, PA is referenced in this document. This affidavit refers refers to the most liberal service/pension act (4…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 42 · 14 Jul 2014 by rmyale1914

Pvt Everett T Carr, Company F, 20th North Carolina Infantry, Johnston's Brigade, Early's Division, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia,…

Memorial Page: Everet T Carr · 13 Jul 2014 by BIGFRENCH

Pvt Everett T Carr, Company F, 20th North Carolina Infantry, C.S.A. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=10529888

Memorial Page: Everitt Carr · 13 Jul 2014 by BIGFRENCH

Jacob Yale/Yehl Sr of Northampton County is my grandfather 4X removed. I am transcribing these papers so that they are easily accessible to people such as myself; I began…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 7 · 13 Jul 2014 by rmyale1914

Document: From the National Archives, Publication Number: M804 National Archives catalog ID # 300022 Title: Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 7 · 13 Jul 2014 by rmyale1914

Document: From the National Archives, Publication Number: M804 National Archives catalog ID # 300022 Title: Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 6 · 13 Jul 2014 by rmyale1914

Document: From the National Archives, Publication Number: M804 National Archives catalog ID # 300022 Title: Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 5 · 13 Jul 2014 by rmyale1914

George S Twiss, born in Plainfield VT, died at age 19 in Charleston, on Sept 22, 1964 while a prisoner of war.

Image, found in Civil War Service Records - Union - Vermont: Page 25 · 13 Jul 2014 by mblaine

FOURTH COMPANY Captain William Blaine, Nov 17, 1777. First Lieutenant, James Blaine, Nov 17, 1777

Image, found in Pennsylvania Archives: Page 468 · 13 Jul 2014 by mblaine

Uncle Earle came home alive but wounded. He suffered many years. Later crushed between platform/semi and survived. MARINES ARE TOUGH! He lived but suffered much, but always…

Spotlight: LEMA E LIPSEY · 13 Jul 2014 by GOATS3GEEZ

Name was Horace S. Smith, listed on his approval for leave Dec. 26, 1863.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - SC: Page 16 · 12 Jul 2014 by SLIGOLASS