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There is a census record for James JACK, 1870, his daughter married a George W. BALLENGER, George died in Washington DC- Washington Post article either 1917 or 1916- a Navy Yard…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA: Page 3 · 19 Sep 2007 You

Georg W. BALLENGER'S wife's full name was Ella Grace JACK, her father was a James JACK b. VA abt 1812.The JACK'S. were also, apprently CONFEDERATE'S, Ella's mother died during the…

Memorial Page: George W. BALLENGER, some info. dec'd DC · 19 Sep 2007 You

He was buried at this cemetery, in which he himself made a COMMEMORATION to his fellow soldiers. He's in the EMMERSON family plot there.

Image, found in llighthse's uploads: LEWIS_JOHN_H_N_GEORGE_WASHINGTON_lewis_va.jpg · 19 Sep 2007 You

From the book, his only book "Recollection from 1860 to 1865

Image, found in llighthse's uploads: LEWIS_JOHN_H_N_GEORGE_WASHINGTON_lewis_va.jpg · 19 Sep 2007 You

Published by PEAKE & COMPANY 1895

Image, found in llighthse's uploads: LEWIS_JOHN_H_N_GEORGE_WASHINGTON_lewis_va.jpg · 19 Sep 2007 You

John H. LEWIS' brother's name was George Washington LEWIS of VA, who was a CONFEDERATE

Image, found in Confederate Amnesty Papers: Page 1 · 18 Sep 2007 You

This is me, Lora Margaret LEWIS-HANDIBOE, b. DC. Sept., 2007 in WV. Several CONFEDERATE, some UNION, some Revolutionary soldiers, etc., all on my father's side.

Image, found in llighthse's uploads: Imported Photos 00188.JPG · 18 Sep 2007 You

Lora M. HANDIBOE & only Granddaughter . Sept., 2007 in WV..

Image, found in llighthse's uploads: HANDIBOE-BRIT-NLORA-07-WV.jpg · 18 Sep 2007 You

William Roy HANDIBOE, Sept., 2007 in Shephardstown, WV

Image, found in llighthse's uploads: Imported Photos 00100.JPG · 18 Sep 2007 You

A HANDIBOE, daughter of John HANDIBOE Sept., 2007, WV

Image, found in llighthse's uploads: HANDIBOE-B-WV-07.jpg · 18 Sep 2007 You

Laurie Lynn MCCLOSKEY-HANDIBOE, and her Grand-Aunt Pat., Sept., 2007 WV

Image, found in llighthse's uploads: Imported Photos 00132.JPG · 18 Sep 2007 You

the lady is Pearl Evelyn TEEPLE-HANDIBOE, wife of William HANDIBOE. Pearl was either the daughter or a close relative of Dewitt H. TEEPLE, union soldier b. MI.

Image, found in llighthse's uploads: WilliamPearlEvelynHANDIBOE.jpg · 18 Sep 2007 You

William R. & Lora Margaret LEWIS-HANDIBOE. Sept., 2007, WV. William is decandant of Dewitt H. TEEPLE and other UNION soldiers, mostly from MD, however D.TEEPLE, was origninally…

Image, found in llighthse's uploads: HANDIBOE-BILL-N-LORA-07.jpg · 18 Sep 2007 You

George W. EMMERON'S sister who married one of my GGGrandfth's was a Mary Frances EMMERSON, she died in Washington DC, so did John, John H. LEWIS, died at one of his daughter's…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA: Page 2 · 18 Sep 2007 You

This is the brother-in-law of one of my GGGrandfth's John H. LEWIS, the same company, which originally began as the Portsmout Rifles. Goerge's sister was a Mary Frances EMMERSON,…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA: Page 1 · 18 Sep 2007 You

This

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA: Page 1 · 18 Sep 2007 You

George W. EMMERSON, a native of Portsmouth, VA, was also, the brother-in-law of a fellow CONFEDERATE, a John H. LEWIS, the book, John wrote contains info re: George W. EMMERSON. …

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA: Page 2 · 18 Sep 2007 You

My mother, Marie Louise ELFERS-LEWIS, was correctly "adopted" by a Herman<<< & Katherine ELFERS, in NYC.

Memorial Page: LEWIS' of Virginia, mostly. Civil-War,... · 17 Sep 2007 You

This is one of my GreatGreatGrandfth's. He died in Washington DC, late 19th century. There is an ORBIT, with his death details on it. Henry LARMAN, married a Susannah or Susie…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Larman, Henry · 16 Sep 2007 You

Dewitt H. TEEPLE, after the civil war, became a policeman, in the District of Columbia. He was the very first lieutenant of the 9th District and died in the District of Columbia.,…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Teeple, Dewitt H. · 16 Sep 2007 You