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Ancestral Sleuth
RE: MA2Mayo
You are welcome!
What did you do in the Navy?
Are you traveling the US now or basically in one place?

Added by Ancestral Sleuth on Apr 13, 2014 5:54 PM

ShelleyS
Earl Whitney Storie
Thank you so much for the wealth of family history in the linkage to my cousin Earl Whitney Storie. I had no marriage for him and therefore no descendants.

Added by ShelleyS on Apr 12, 2014 3:04 PM

GreenHills Stones Calling
RE: Robert Menzies
I've update the memorial for Robert J Menzies #71418203. This individual died in 1968 according to cemetery records.

Added by GreenHills Stones Calling on Apr 04, 2014 11:57 AM

Deb McCallister
RE: Baird family of Hancock Co., IL
My Great Aunt was Agnes (Baird) McCallister who married my Grandpa's brother John. I am photographing as much of Moss Ridge as I can when I go there and likely got most of them done when I went looking for Agnes. I found dates and family links as I looked for info for her. I was hoping to find a picture of her, but no luck there yet.

Added by Deb McCallister on Mar 21, 2014 7:46 AM

Joe Leong
Maj. Kurt Lee, USMC
Thank you for posting a bio on Maj. Lee. good job. He was one of my heroes.

Added by Joe Leong on Mar 17, 2014 9:59 PM

Victoria Mounce
RE: Svea Witting
Hi!

She is my grandmothers sister.

Added by Victoria Mounce on Mar 14, 2014 9:37 PM

Liz
RE: Your uncle
At this time I do not have any pictures of my uncle but I am working on it. I just spoke to my cousin who also fought with my uncle in World War 2, and he may have some old pictures of my Uncle Mike. when I get one I will be sure to share it with you

Added by Liz on Mar 13, 2014 9:26 PM

Mike Berrell
RE: Southern Cemetery - COWLEY
Hello Doug,
Frank was not murdered. I have copied the newspaper report and will send it if you email me so I have your email address.
Mike Berrell

mike_berrell@ntlworld.com

Added by Mike Berrell on Mar 05, 2014 9:36 AM

Mike Berrell
RE: Southern Cemetery - COWLEY
The cemeteries are 35 miles apart.

Added by Mike Berrell on Feb 27, 2014 11:39 PM

Mike Berrell
Southern Cemetery - COWLEY
I have added photos (reduced size). If you would like the full sized ones email me
Mike Berrell
mike_berrell@ntlworld.com

Added by Mike Berrell on Feb 25, 2014 4:37 AM

Chad Changus
Carter Doughty
I have the actual police report of his mothers accident when she passed. If you'd like to have it I will email it to you. I believe his passing was due to the accident. I also have a link to carter but not from find a grave but again send your email to me and I'll be more than happy,
My email is changus68@yahoo.com

Added by Chad Changus on Feb 16, 2014 7:05 AM

Brnc
RE: Meadows family
This is the first time you have emailed me, so it is not a repeat, but I do understand about that. The only connection I have with your Meadows Family is through Lorine who married my distant cousin. I explained it in the note to you in Nov. You may want to check it out again. If you still want to correspond with me please lets do it via email instead of Find A Grave. Thanks, Betty

Added by Brnc on Jan 17, 2014 11:56 AM

Jim Easom
RE: Easoms of Colorado
I think there are some very distant relatives from around CO Springs area.
Jim Easom

Added by Jim Easom on Jan 11, 2014 8:16 PM

Steven R. Goff
RE: Navy Dad
Would like to thank you and both your sons for there Service .
My son is a Navy Commander .

Added by Steven R. Goff on Jan 10, 2014 7:54 PM

Shirley Lewis Hartley
RE: Embree family
I also found where a Martin L Embree 1867-1947 married a distance cousin of mine by the name of Lucinda Viola Tabor 1882-1971. Not sure if this helps you find how we're related or not. Had forgotten about the name 'Embree'.
My relationship with the Tabor family is thru my Tubb/Tubbs line marriage.

Thanks,
Shirley Lewis Hartley

Added by Shirley Lewis Hartley on Dec 15, 2013 4:02 PM

Shirley Lewis Hartley
RE: Embree family
Hi, I as far as I can go back my distant cousin Rachel Lewis 1729-1779 married Samuel Embree 1717-1777.
I'm from Amos Lewis' line son of John Lewis.

Thanks,
Shirley Lewis Hartley

Added by Shirley Lewis Hartley on Dec 14, 2013 11:00 PM

Jennifer Fowler
RE: Cousins - Hermanus Kuster
sure just email me my email should be public :) Sorry to get back to you so late. Yes Hermanus Kuster is my great X7 grandfather. I will email you the file i have tracing my family tree. a lot has been recorded through my grandmothers sister (my great aunt and ancestry.com filled in the spots that she had missed)

Added by Jennifer Fowler on Nov 26, 2013 5:28 PM

CelticKyss
Gooch Family
Hi,

I believe you left a message regarding the Gooch Family. Yes I am related to the Gooch's. Aletha E Gooch Williams is my great great grandmother. I got the correction regarding the parents of Aletha Gooch. We have been trying to prove out that Mary "Polly" Ann William Gooch was her mother for months and have not been able to prove it out. Would you please share any information that you have regarding this? My email is celtickyss@live.com. Thanks for all your help! Denise

Added by CelticKyss on Nov 26, 2013 5:04 AM

Brnc
RE: Meadows family
Lorine Meadows d/o Burton Meadows was married to my 1st cousin 2x removed. Burton was the son of George. George was the son of John. John was the son of David. David had a son Andrew Lapp Meadows who was married to Mary Catherine Mitchell. Hope this makes sense. Actually according to my FTM. Andrew Lapp was the uncle of wife of my 1st g grand uncle. Genealogy can be quite confusing can it not? Lorine Meadow married Ira Elbert Meadows Sr. His father, Marion Harvey Meadows was a brother to my g grandmother Harriet Cordelia Meadows Norton. Only someone doing genealogy can make sense out of something like this. Have a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving.

Added by Brnc on Nov 24, 2013 7:58 AM

Brent Gillespie
RE: Meadows family
Mary Catherine (Mitchell) Meadows: i have found no direct relation between me & her. There is a possible relation between her mother Sally (Gooch) Mitchell & my Gooch line who came from Campbell Co. Virginia to Green Co., & Hart Co., KY to Puxico, Stoddard Co., MO. But never could connect her.

Added by Brent Gillespie on Nov 23, 2013 1:20 PM

D.C. Adams
Donald McFaul, Memorial# 40359717
Donald McFaul, Memorial# 40359717, I've listed below the Navy Cross citation for CPO McFaul in case you wanted to list part or all of it in his memorials bio area;


The President of the United States of America takes pride in presenting the Navy Cross (Posthumously) to Chief Engineman Donald L. McFaul (NSN: 541641184), United States Navy, for extraordinary heroism while serving as Platoon Chief Petty Officer of Sea-Air-Land Team FOUR (SEAL-4), GOLF Platoon during Operation JUST CAUSE at Paitilla Airfield, Republic of Panama on 20 December 1989. Chief Petty Officer McFaul's platoon was an element of Naval Special Warfare Task Unit PAPA, whose crucial mission was to deny to General Noriega and his associates the use of Paitilla Airfield as an avenue of escape from Panama. After insertion from sea by rubber raiding craft, Golf Platoon was patrolling toward their objective, a hangar housing General Noriega's aircraft, when they were engaged by heavy small arms fire. Realizing that most of the first squad, 25 meters north of his position, had been wounded, he left the relative safety of his own position in order to assist the wounded lying helplessly exposed. Under heavy enemy fire and with total disregard for his personal safety, Chief Petty Officer McFaul moved forward into the kill zone and began carrying a seriously wounded platoon member to safety. As he was nearing the safety of his own force's perimeter, he was mortally wounded by enemy fire. Chief Petty Officer McFaul's heroic actions and courage under fire saved his teammate's life and were an inspiration for other acts of heroism as the assault force prevailed in this decisive battle. By his extraordinary bravery, personal sacrifice, and inspiring devotion to duty, Chief Petty Officer McFaul reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.

Added by D.C. Adams on Oct 10, 2013 5:33 AM

Debbie Carter McClure
RE: Mt Emblem Cem
I won't be forgetting County Line Rd. anytime soon. When we were going into the Cemetery and coming out, the sign kept catching my eye. Maybe my Grandparents were trying to tell me something and I wasn't catching the meaning. Now that is a Sign...doodoodoodoo. It's a beautiful place.

Added by Debbie Carter McClure on Oct 05, 2013 6:45 PM

D Jones
RE: Westscot
You're very welcome. Enjoy

Denise

Added by D Jones on Oct 05, 2013 5:22 PM

Chad Eugene Schneider
RE: George Landis
You are very Welcome....I hope the side shot is ok

Added by Chad Eugene Schneider on Oct 05, 2013 5:08 PM

Stacey Shaw
Inez Stover
Hello! Thank you for the info, I just updated her memorial. Nice to know she was a great teacher. I enjoy learning about the people I've created memorials for. Have a great night. Regards, Stacey

Added by Stacey Shaw on Oct 03, 2013 6:04 PM

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