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Name: Graeme Carl Slack <email@example.com> Date: 2015-02-17 Comments:
William Yarnell Slack was my great-great-great grandfather. I know he had a son named John, my great-great Grandfather and his son was also named John and my Grandfather was named John. I am trying to piece together some family history, specifically about my great-great grand father and whether he was a result of General Slack's first marriage or second marriage amongst other things. If anyone has the answers I am looking for it would be greatly appreciated if someone could send me an email. Thank you.
Name: David Bibby <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2015-01-19 Comments:
Very peaceful place, I enjoyed my visit today. However, I do believe that the sign for the cemetery on College may have been removed.
Name: John Gordoski <email@example.com> Date: 2014-04-07 Comments:
"It doesn't seem much to stir a man's soul just a moth eaten rag on a worm eaten pole. But 'tis the deeds that were done 'neath this moth eaten rag when the Pole…was a Staff, and the Rag...was a FLAG"
- John Gordoski
Name: mike kidd <steelers 58kidd @aol.com> Date: 2014-02-19 Comments:
my great grandfarther fought in the confederate war and i just found were he was burried. their were two plots beside him that wasnt claimed. i have now claimed these spots and this place is were i will be laid to rest. when my time is up this cemetary is located in lynchburg,va.and called the presbetaren cemetary.
Name: Raymond Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2013-10-30 Comments:
Anyone ever heard of a Pauline Ashe Livingston (Rackley) 1869 - 1958?
Name: James L. Pauley Jr. <James_L_Pauley@Hotmail.com> Date: 2013-03-25 Comments:
Thank you for your time and efforts in maintaining and
keeping the Confederate Cemetery in good order there in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Name: Betty Thayer-Kunkel <email@example.com> Date: 2012-09-14 Comments:
Planning to come to 2012 Prairie Grove Re-enactment & would like to see the cemetery while there. Interested in the soldier from Macon County, MO, where I was raised. Will have to do research.
Name: Zack Cummins <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2012-09-03 Comments:
Just found out my great-granduncle Silas C. Howard of 3rd Missouri Cav. Battalion rests at the Fayettsville Confederate Cemetery. May he and his comrades rest in peace. Their service is not forgotten!
Jim Pearce Camp # 2527 Sons of Confederate Veterans
Name: Ruth Morrison Long <email@example.com> Date: 2012-07-20 Comments:
Lots of southern ancestors, many in the military. Untill I read your web site I was under the wrong asumption that the war was about slavery only. Always wondered why so many without slaves were fighting for it? Now I understand it and see the same issues in our goverment today.
Thank you for the eye opener and the priviledge of seeing this sacred place and a true history lesson.
Name: Lynn D. Baker <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2012-05-03 Comments:
What a wonderful web site for such a wonderful cause.
What a wonderful thought that your web site would some day honor those fallen soilders like the Vietnam Wall web site has done. Need to recruite some genealgist in your area to help document each one of these fallen sodiers.
If you haven't heard of Fold3 I would check into a membership. They now have digitally recorded all the Confederate service records. Send me an email address and I will send you an example I downloaded for a client.
Keep up the great work.
Name: Gregory Lee Cooper <email@example.com> Date: 2012-02-16 Comments:
I would like to support the Southern Memorial Association. I have looked through the website and see items that I would like to purchase. Although I am now retired (47 days) I would also like to make a financial contribution. If there are specific projects that need funds then I would be happy to make my contributions to them.
Gregory Lee Cooper
Name: Ken Parsons <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2011-10-20 Comments:
I am the adjutant of James City Cavalry, Camp 2095, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Williamsburg, Va. We are now taking care of 4 Confederate cemeteries but none of the size you folks are caretakers. I have the deepest admiration for what the women in Arkansas have done over these years. Hopefully I will get to visit some day.
FYI, Blandford Cemetery in Petersburg, Va. has over 25,000 soldier/heroes there and Oakwood Cemetery in Richmond has about 11,000 interred there that the Va. Division is the caretakers. Neither of these are private. Blandford was founded by the women of Petersburg and brought most of the soldiers there from battelfields. Regards, K.Parsons
Name: Kirk Hancock <email@example.com> Date: 2010-06-26 Comments:
Visted first time today. Very moving. Their sacrifice deserves to be recognized.
Name: Steve Rogers <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2010-06-19 Comments:
I noticed that the cemetery had encountered great damage from the ice storms. Are you needing assistance on the removal of the tree damage or just general lawn care?
Name: Anne C Thomas <email@example.com> Date: 2010-06-11 Comments:
Thank you for all your hard work and efforts to preserve and protect this remarkable, hallowed, enchanting place. I have loved it for 55 years. Never once have i been there without feeling a soothing silence in my soul.
Name: Marshall OConnor <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2010-05-28 Comments:
Though I live in the north my heart and soul resides in the south and with the confederate cause of liberty and freedom under our one true God. Rest in peace confederate warriors.
Name: Shirley Shreve <email@example.com> Date: 2010-05-01 Comments:
Thanks for keep our heritage alive by doing such a great job.
Name: Porter M Yates <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2010-04-16 Comments:
I am thankful that such a cause is still celebrated today. I grew up in North GA just outside the Chicamauga battlefield. Union soldiers, marched through, burned our family home, and shot my great, great grandfather, leaving him to die. He never overcome the shot to the head and died as a result.
We still remain proud of our heritage, and want to see this tradition upheld in recognition of all those who fought and died for the Confederacy.
Name: Danny Smith <email@example.com> Date: 2010-04-14 Comments:
This is really an awesome site, very interesting, informative and well illustrated.
Thank you for the work you have put into making this a great site and in caring for our fallen veterans.
Name: Jennifer McNeal <McNeal7419@comcast.net> Date: 2010-04-13 Comments:
Appreciate the hard work.
Name: Jim Pickett <Nopcme@Cox.net> Date: 2010-03-08 Comments:
I would like a piece of the green ash tree. I have a chain saw. Are pieces still available? If so, how and where do I come to cut or obtain a piece? Thank you.
Name: Joanna Losey <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2010-03-07 Comments:
I was wondering how to get a piece of the tree that fell?Please let me know.Thank you Joanna Losey
Name: Skip Brinkley <sbrinkley@csa150,com> Date: 2010-02-10 Comments:
We are researching your organization - perhaps we will be able to provide you with some unsolicited funding.
All the best to ya'll.
Name: Lainie Cross MOSOCR Pres. <ILuvDixie2@aol.com> Date: 2009-12-10 Comments:
The Missouri Society Order of Confederate Rose send Christmas wishes to the wonderful people who keep the sacred resting place of our gallant Confederate heroes in gracious splender. It takes great dedication and committment and we commend the works that you accomplish.
Name: dee parker <email@example.com> Date: 2009-11-20 Comments:
appreciate the hard work. nice
Name: Frankie Langston <frankiefol@wmconnect> Date: 2009-10-21 Comments:
Ladies: what a fine job you have accomplished. I thank you.
My great grandfather was in the 5th infantry company C
Name: Monte C. Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2009-08-30 Comments:
Major William "Buck" Brown was my Great, Great, Grandfather. Thank you so much for your preservation of history.
Name: lynden ford moser <email@example.com> Date: 2009-07-17 Comments:
tracing ford family member's from maryland after the rev.,war ist. settled in tn then on to other southern statesexamples are cap.thomas j. ford 7th ms.cav.co.a ,col john salmon ford 2nd texas cav.and 35 that were paroled at vicksburg,1863
Name: Mary C Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2009-05-14 Comments:
My great, great grandfather died in the battle of Jenkins Ferry and was buried in one of the nearby three cemeteries, don't know if this was near or in White County, but am still looking for him
Name: Deborah Smith <email@example.com> Date: 2009-03-22 Comments:
I am the great-great-great-great granddaughter of James Little and his wife Nancy Gentry. Three of their descendants are buried at Ganderville. Thank you for caring for them.
LITTLE, Ewing M
LITTLE, Samuel R
Name: Weldon Atwood <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2009-02-07 Comments:
Wonderful Site and more wonderful effort to main the cenetery
Name: tony Hardin <email@example.com> Date: 2008-12-16 Comments:
wanted to look at name list.
Name: Michael Cathey <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2008-03-08 Comments:
I have often visited the graveyard and was pleased that someone still cared. Today I found out that you ladies are that "someone". God bless you. May you persevere . Let me know what you do to raise funds, maintain the grounds, etc.,
I am interested in helping beyond the small donations I leave at the graveyard when I visit.
Name: Doyle Wilson <email@example.com> Date: 2008-01-17 Comments:
My G.G.Grandaddy was Isaac Perry Haynes
4TH Arkansas Infantry Regiment Company K
Conferate States Of America.I would appretiate any help you could give me in finding out more about His military service.
Name: Allen Pace <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2008-01-14 Comments:
As a son of Arkansas and the South, I will always remember.
Name: Jim LaFarlette <Jim204@itlnet.net> Date: 2008-01-01 Comments:
Really enjoyed UR site