47th Wisconsin Volunteers 12 Feb 65-4 Sep 65
On information from Jim
Feavel-Finally- Proud Great great Nephew.
I was doing some research and I ran across your site that had the list of the
47th Wisconsin Infantry.
I have a name for you to add to it -- I am related somehow, but I haven't
figured out exactly how as of yet.
47th Wisconsin Infantry
I know he is related, but when I specifically find out I will give you the
exact lineage. I believe him to be a brother of my great grandpaX3, but
until I get that documented, don't put that down in stone.
Once I get this documented, and inform you of it, would it be ok if I put a
link to your website on my website:
(Civil War Tinsmith
I once saw a bumper sticker : Genealogy -- collecting dead relatives.
I enjoy tracing my lineage, but have come to some roadblocks, as I'm sure you
have in your travels also.
Jim Feavel-Person trying to find a relationship
webmaster's note: Per the
Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers, Thomas Feavel was a
resident of Milwaukee, WI at the time of his enlistment.. I've added
a link to the Civil War Tinsmith above. Just click the link.
This today from Jim Feavell (6-3-14)
Actually he was(is) my great,great,great,great uncle.
It took me some
time but I finally found the genealogy to him somewhat distant but none the
less a relative.
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