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This gentleman is listed as dead and buried in Sharpsburg, MD in 1862 as John C. Ball; there was a John Ball and a John C. Ball in the same regiment and company; they both may…

Image, found in Civil War Service Index - Union - Ohio: Page 1 · 27 Dec 2013 You

He died in Nov 1888 in Dayton, Ohio. He is listed as M.I. Sheets but tombstone says M. L. Sheets (findagrave); he is buried in Woodland Cemetery in Dayton, Ohio with his wife…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Sheets, Martin L. · 07 Dec 2013 You

John C. Truxell (rather than Truxwell) is on the other records including a PENSION record for this same unit.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Union - WV: Page 1 · 31 Aug 2013 You

Variation: John Connor Truxell

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Truxell, John C. · 31 Aug 2013 You

Bovanizer is a variation of the more common Bovenizer

Image, found in Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII: Page 2 · 15 Aug 2013 You

SEE ALSO 1892 Naturalaziation record for GEORGE BOVENIZER in Kings County, NY.

Image, found in Naturalization Index - NYC Courts: Page · 15 Aug 2013 You

See previous and next pages these are still records for GEORGE W. BALL not a John.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Union - VA: Page 14 · 24 Apr 2013 You

George W Ball of the "Independent Rangers" Co B (from a LA TIMES Memorial Day Newspaper) is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA; there are some findagrave postings…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Union - VA: Page 4 · 24 Apr 2013 You

Possibly Jacob T. Grapes of Muskingum County, Ohio; his full name was Jacob Taylor Grapes; he was the son of Henry Grapes and wife Catherine (Kitty) Duvall. Jacob's middle name…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Grapes, Jacob T. · 18 Mar 2013 You

Other records show this was filed for by Levi B. Ball (the father mentioned) on behalf of his dead son John E. Ball.

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Ball, John E. · 14 Dec 2012 You

R Z Ball is Rezin Z. Ball; he is the nephew of Annis Adams nee Ball; Rezin's parents live in Illinois (Nathaniel Ball and Matilda Mauk) and Rezin is on other censuses with them. …

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 173 · 03 Oct 2012 You

His name is Rezin Z. Ball. That's a cursive Z for his middle name. Census records and other records confirm this.

Image, found in Civil War Service Index - Union - Wisconsin: Page 1 · 03 Oct 2012 You

Vernon Bovenizer

Image, found in WWII European Theater Army Records: Page 30 · 03 Oct 2012 You

Says LIEUT. SPRINGER

Image, found in War of 1812 Pension Files: Page 4 · 26 Jun 2012 You

Edward Kearse possibly husband of Mary Duggan and father of Mary Kearse/Kearce who married Michael Ivers; see Chicago IL death record for MARY IVERS.

Image, found in City Directories - Chicago: Kearney, James A (p. 981) · 31 May 2012 You

third or fourth image gives birthplace as Washington County, TN

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN: Page 4 · 29 Mar 2012 You

Possibly the John W. Curry buried in Groton Cemetery in South Dakota (Brown County) dates unknown listed as 51st Reg. WIsc. Infantry; however, if you look at his other service, he…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Curry, John H. · 05 Mar 2012 You

Rudolph Ball's address may have been 1218 Gerard; his daughter Fannie Virginia Ball was married there in 1907 or 1908 to James Franklin Hilton.

Image, found in News - Washington Post (DC): Page 12 · 01 Mar 2012 You

Besides being Justice of the Peace, Armistead M. Ball was an armorer at Harper's Ferry; he was captured by John Brown and gave testimony at the trial. Sadly, Mr. Ball died in June…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 43 · 28 Feb 2012 You

Artemus Milton Ball was the son of Rezin Ball and Nancy Aikins[sp varies]; Artemus Milton Ball was married 1 July 1855 in Vinton County Ohio to Mary Elizabeth "Betsy" Herron;…

Image, found in Civil War Service Index - Union - Ohio: Page 1 · 22 Feb 2012 You