Wednesday, October 25, 2017

From a Boston Cemetery

I can't tell you which cemetery in Boston these two monuments were found but a friend sent these to me and I thought they were worthy enough to pass along to you.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

S. H. Harden in Newaygo Cemetery

This monument is certainly unique among civil war veteran gravesites.

While it is not uncommon to see a life-size statue of a Union soldier at a Grand Army of the Republic Monument, it's rare to see one at the grave of a single soldier.
S. H. Harden, 6th Independent Co. Ohio Sharpshooters

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Newaygo City Cemetery

Men of the 3rd Michigan Infantry (1st organization) buried in Newaygo City Cemetery.

Stephen Thompson, 3rd Michigan Infantry, and his wife Adelia

Ira Poats, 3rd Michigan Infantry

Wallace W. Dickinson, 3rd Michigan Infantry and 10th Michigan Cavalry

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Updated history of the 3rd Michigan Infantry

The two volumes of the Third Michigan Infantry history have been updated along with my biographical sketches of the five men who began the war in the Old 3rd and ended it as generals.

You can find out more by visiting The Books page on my website.

Thanks for the support!

Greenwood Cemetery

The veterans graves of GAR Post Champlin Post No. 29 in Greenwood Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Woodlawn Cemetery Vanden Berg and Van Halsema

Susan saying hello to her family --  Aunt Will and Uncle Jim Quackenbush:

Susan's cousin Mark Van Halsema

Susan's dad, Tun is Vanden Berg

Susan's Aunt Frances "Fran" Van Halsema

and the Van Halsema family

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Woodlawn Cemetery Baltutat

I wonder what "their way" was?

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