As another memorial to these brave souls of the 3rd Iowa Cavalry
I have started another page. If you should have a photo of your
3rd Iowa Cavalry ancestor's headstone contact me below.
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Col. Cyrus Bussey

Cyrus Bussey is buried in Arlington National Cemetery
Washington D.C.

Col. John W. Noble
Is buried at St. Louis Missouri.
Marion Moses Gunter

3rd Iowa Cavalry Co. M
Bugler 1861 - 1865 (Veteran)
Buried in Southlawn Cemetery, Seymour, Iowa.

My great, great uncle. (John Gunter webmaster)

Leroy O'dell

Picture of the Tombstone of Leroy O'dell of 3rd Iowa,
Company B; photographs of the Civil War cemetery
at Riverside Park in Moline Illinois where he is interred.

LeRoy married after the war; all records say to "Mrs. Leroy O'Dell"  I sure would like to know her name.  They had a daughter, Pearl who married Charles Munson.  They had a son, "Jack" Lloyd Munson who married my grandmother.

They had one child, my mother, Shirley.

Cyla Allison

John C. Leach Headstone

I've attached the picture of John C. Leach's headstone.  He's buried
in the Troy Cemetery, in Davis County, Iowa with his second wife (my
great-grandmother) Lizzie Darnell Leach.  His first wife, Sarah
Carroll Leach is also buried in Troy.  Major John McCrary of
Company G, 3rd Iowa was John C.'s uncle-by-marriage.

Headstone sent to me from Kathi Harder


Here is the picture of my great grandfather George H. Tabler. 
Also a piucture of his headstone that is in the Elk City Cemetery.
There are quite a few decendants and I am sure that they would be happy to find this info. and pictures on your site.
You have a really neat site.
Carol Palmer


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