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Subject: RE: [OHJACKSO-L] Revolutionary War vets buried in Jackson Co.
Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2005 14:00:05 -0500
Paul, I thought that I had emailed you privately on this question. There is no veterans grave registration card on file in Jackson county for any Charles Talbert, Tolbert, etc., so it's highly likely that he was buried elsewhere. Perhaps Gallia county if that's where he spent his childhood?
---- "Pelfrey wrote:
> Anyone have records of my gr...grandfather, Charles Tolbert?
> I'd love to be able to locate his grave.
> He was born in Gallia Co, served in the 27th OVI, Company I, and has his discharge papers on file in the Jackson County Courthnouse showing his residence in Bloomfield Twp. He died 22 July 1904 (40 years to the day when his nephew, William Eliot Tolbert was KIA at the Battle of Atlanta in the same unit with him.)
> William E. Tolberts death records record his parents (Charles and Elizabeth (Arthur) Tolbert living in Keystone, Jackson County.
> So I am left wondering what happened to Charles Tolberts body after he died in 1904 in Keystone, Jackson Co.
> Anyone able to shed some light on this?
> some of his paperwork list 'talbert' rather than 'tolbert'.
> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: Friday, March 25, 2005 10:29 AM
> Subject: RE: [OHJACKSO-L] Revolutionary War vets buried in Jackson Co.
> Thanks Tom. I have the Bowman book here at home and I have made copies of the the original grave registration cards of all Civil War & Revolutionary war vets that are located in the courthouse.
> ---- Thomas McKenna <> wrote:
> > Anthony,
> > In your search for Rev.War and Civil war vets have you made use of:
> > Jackson County, Ohio, Military Veteran Burials. From the Revolutionary
> > War to 1984. Compiled by Thomas W. Bowman, Wellston, OH 45692.
> > From inspecting the entries, it appears that the author obtained the
> > Civil War service records of the vets. Perhaps he still has them.
> > Tom McKenna
> > -----Original Message-----
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> > Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2005 2:39 PM
> > To:
> > Subject: [OHJACKSO-L] Revolutionary War vets buried in Jackson Co.
> > Can somone shed some light on what became of the local John James
> > chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution? I do not see it on
> > the the DAR website. Has it been dissolved in recent years and combined
> > into another local area chapter?
> > Years ago, the Jackson county chapter of the DAR "identified" the graves
> > of 31 Rev War vets here and there is mention of their names in the 1991
> > book (175th anniversary of the county) that the Jackson county
> > genealogical society published. The JCOGS chapter, in 1986, had
> > published an article or two in the Jackson newspaper, asking for more
> > help in identifying Rev War vets buried here. What was the result of
> > that effort? I have found 28 grave registration cards for Revolutionary
> > War vets and would like to "compare notes".
> > The very first Rev War vet's gravesite that I visited recently (Thomas
> > Oliver 1763-1844), is unacknowledged in any way (no SAR or DAR flag
> > holder or VA stone). It was a chore just locating it in such a small
> > cemetary (Mt. Zion). Which begs the question, what's the condition of
> > the other Patriot graves that I plan to visit soon?
> > As an SAR member, my goal is to see to it that these American patriots
> > final resting places are acknowledged, but I certainly don't want to
> > duplicate effort that may be already being pursued by another group or
> > individual. Can someone enlighten me? Thanks!
> > Anthony