- Hi all,
I am in Michigan and can not come down to NC for a while. I was wondering
if someone lives near this cemetery that is in this email to take some
pictures of this headstone? Thank you in advance. John Nichols
According to the Cemetery Book, there is a Thomas buried in the Askew
Cemetery in the Falling Creek area.
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Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2007 7:45 PM
Cc: "Paula Hinkel"; Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter
Subject: [genpcncfir] Fw: NARA Proposes 338% increase in cost of full
Civil War file
Gleaned the below for your information.... thanks to Paula Hinkel
and Dick Eastman
for the alerts.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Paula Hinkel" <phinkel@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2007 1:07 PM
Subject: NARA Proposes 338% increase in cost of full Civil War file
> NARA just issued a proposed rule that will increase the full Civil War
> packet cost from $37 to $125. Other copy fees will also increase.
> See 72 FR 8327 - accessible in PDF or full-text at
> (Use your
> browser's search feature to search for "8327.") The proposed regulation
> includes instructions for how to submit comments (due Apr 27).
> This is a huge price increase. If you are so motivated, I encourage you
> submit comments regarding this proposed change.
> Dick Eastman has an easy-to-understand summary of the changes on his
> On a personal note ...
> I have found the Civil War records to be among the most interesting and
> informative materials I've ever come across. My great-grandfather,
> Wesley Armfield, was in Berdan's Sharpshooters. After divorcing his
> first wife, he left Wisconsin and moved to LeMars, Iowa, where he met
> and married my great-grandmother Mary Fruechtenicht.
> By reviewing my great-grandfather's pension file, I learned that Mary's
> mother boycotted her daughter's wedding because the newlyweds wanted
> to be married by an "American" pastor, not a German. I learned that my
> great-grandfather, a carpenter by trade, had helped to build the
> County, Iowa, fairgrounds. I know the name of the doctor that delivered
> my grandfather, and that my great-great-grandmother was there at his
> birth in the tiny home that Wesley built for Mary when they married.
> Because my Mary, lived long and wed two more times after Wesley's
> death, the file contained death certificates, marriage certificates,
> and affidavits with signatures and salacious tales of two women
> attempting to claim the paltry widow's benefit.
> I didn't know any of that information was in the file when I ordered the
> full file. Ya pays your money and ya takes your chances, as they say.
> I got far more than $37 worth of information. But if I would have been
> asked to pay $125, blindly, not knowing how much information was
> (or wasn't) contained there, I doubt that I would have taken the risk.
> Please let NARA know what you think about this proposed increase.
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