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Eddieb (#46600350)
 member for 10 years, 7 months, 5 days
RE: Sgt Darrell Eugene Anderson
glad to help!

Added by Load on Jul 30, 2014 6:55 PM

Rene Loftus
Cpl Johnny C. Calhoun MIA
I work for the Georgia Dept. of Veterans Service. Georgia is a partner of the US Dept. of Defense's "50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War Commemoration Program." As such, my department is currently trying to find next of kin of all 32 veterans still listed as missing in Vietnam from Georgia to invite them to the ceremony "A Tribute to the Families of Georgia's Vietnam Fallen Heroes," scheduled for Thursday, September 25, 2014 in Atlanta. I have hit a block wall in searching for NOK for Cpl Johnny C. Calhoun. Material on his page indicates he had a daughter who died in 2001 and his daughter had a daughter. Do you know his granddaughter? Or perhaps another family member? Widow, sibling, parents? We really would like to have someone present to accept a certificate. Please have any NOK call Brian Zeringue, Ga. Dept. of Veterans Service at 404-656-2300 for information. Thank you.

Added by Rene Loftus on Jul 30, 2014 12:55 PM

Feel better
Hi Edna, I just now saw on your page that you've been out of commission. Hope you are feeling all better soon! Hugs, Rosie

Added by Rosie♥Mooch on Jul 27, 2014 6:22 PM

Bill Cody
RE: Sgt Maj Rudolph William
Your welcome, and it was a great Bio to read

Added by Bill Cody on Jul 22, 2014 4:00 PM

Hackett family

I saw that you have added several photos and seem to have a strong connection to the Hackett family. If so, I am hoping you might be able to help with some research I am doing on a historic house. Harley Benjamin Hackett and Alice Hackett lived at a house in Charleston, SC located at 35 Parkwood Ave. The family owned the house from 1947 to 1969. I'm trying to track down any photos of the house (or the neighborhood), but I haven't had any luck. If you or anyone else in your family might have a picture showing the house (or any others in the neighborhood), I would dearly love to have a scan. I'm at


Added by OldHouseNut on Jul 06, 2014 10:34 AM

Robert Harik
LTC Harrison H Klinck
Hi Eddieb,

Do you mind if I use your picture of Col Klinck
so I can post it to the VVMF, Togetherweserved and Viet-Vets sites for California KIA's

Bob Harik

Added by Robert Harik on Jul 03, 2014 12:42 PM

Peggy Rocchio
Hughie Snider #61659241
Hi Eddie!
I found Hughie for you. I posted a photo of his Vietnam memorial, but he is also on his families' marker. Not sure if you wanted that posted as well. Wishing you a speedy recovery from your fall and surgery. Take care and God bless...

Added by Peggy Rocchio on Jun 21, 2014 5:47 PM

Lanette Estill Cooper
Ronald Allgood
Hello Eddie,

I hope you remember me. I went looking for Ronald Allgood at the Atascadero Cemetery. He wasn't there so I went to the county library and got his obituary. Well, a unique situation has presented itself in regards to Ronald Allgood. His son, Guy Allgood, wrote me a few days ago. He gave me some information about his dad. I don't want to leave a public message but I want to forward that e-mail to you. Could you please contact me at It's important.


Added by Lanette Estill Cooper on Jun 20, 2014 11:20 AM

Feel Better
I missed something (nothing new about that). Sounds like you had surgery? Hoping you feel better soon! Hugs, Rosie

Added by Rosie♥Mooch on Jun 15, 2014 8:42 AM

Robert Fowler
Get Well, You Are Missed
Thank you for updating your status. You are sorely missed and I am wishing you a speedy recovery. I am so sorry for the pain you are dealing with.

Added by Robert Fowler on Jun 14, 2014 7:34 AM

SSgt Ronald Lamar Allgood

He was the man responsible for my existence. I will confirm that I scattered his ashes on the Lee Ranch in Rinconada about 8 miles outside of Atascadero. The ranch is well hidden and requires access permission from the ranchers closer to the highway.

Added by Guy on Jun 13, 2014 4:29 AM

Ed Elstan
Westminster Memorial Gardens
Correct map is posted now.

Added by Ed Elstan on Apr 30, 2014 2:29 PM

Jeanmarie Smith
Just wanted to give you additional information regarding Donald D Blair. He actually had 1 son and 2 daughters, as well as three sisters.

Son Jesse Frank Blair

Added by Jeanmarie Smith on Apr 30, 2014 12:03 PM

Dolly Anna Ruth Elliott - Hames
Walter and Calvin Rae Patrick
Walter was my uncle, Calvin was one of his boys, He had 5. Jerry Wayne has died of diabetes, and Rex Allen lies next to Calvin ( they were close. Billy Joe is in prison in West Texas. His two daughters Martha Jane and Peggy Sue live around Houston somewhere. them two have sold off all Kathleen's property and belongings and sent her off to a nursing home somewhere in the state. They took James away and put him in a group home for mentally handicapped adults, also somewhere in Texas.
This is the last I've heard as Aunt Kat was living with my Daddy until the first part of 2013, then, her daughter PeggySue came and took her away. They haven't talked about her to our family since. They didn't even let her come to my Daddy's funeral when he passed in Oct. 2013 of Four types of cancer. It is fine. My Daddy, their Uncle Bill, and Our Grandpaw, will rest beside the two good boys and keep careful loving watch til we are all called home.
I am thankful and glad your looking after memorializing them. I miss all of our dear loved ones so much! I do what I can to tend to the families graves up at Wimberly... I reckon I'm gonna start looking to tend to all the ones up in Shelby, as so many have gone on and their families just don't look after, look back, or take the time.
All the souls that made me who I am, their bodies lie in rest, there and round about, and I'll tend to their respect and honoring my love for them, as long as God allows... Or until he calls us all home, oh what a glorious day!
Thank you again, I hope this lil bit helps, if I can, I will too... As in service, as in life, Here I am, Lord, send me!

Added by Dolly Anna Ruth Elliott -... on Apr 30, 2014 2:14 AM

Tom Denardo
james julian
Now you can see your good friend all the time. I enjoyed reading his bio.

Added by Tom Denardo on Apr 26, 2014 3:31 PM

Bushong Weiss
Thank you for all the memorials, I found an article in the Homer Index, Homer Michigan of the 40 Michigan soldiers in the State of Michigan, missing in the Vietnam War, There are pictures of the soldiers.
Thank you for what you do.

Added by Bushong Weiss on Apr 22, 2014 4:00 PM

Wanda Hester
LT Albert Royce Dismuke
Thank you so very much for sharing the photo and info for my brother. It touches my heart to realize there are people out there that still care. My heartfelt thank you to all that have served and continue to serve our country. I was a teenager when my brother was KIA in Vietnam, I am 62 years old now and the feeling is still the same, raw, painful and a deep void in my heart that I can't seem to fill. Seeing the photo you posted of my brother made me smile and brought back some of the good memories we shared. Thank you again.

Wanda Hester

Added by Wanda Hester on Apr 17, 2014 10:46 AM

jim parker
RE: Sgt Joe Harold Pringle
Your welcome :)

Added by jim parker on Apr 15, 2014 7:52 PM

jim parker
RE: Sgt Joe Harold Pringle
Your welcome.

Added by jim parker on Apr 15, 2014 7:51 PM

Larry Hume
Calvin Ray Patrick
I am researching and publishing stories about Vietnam Veterans KIA from Shelby County, Texas. I came across Calvin Patrick's grave (memorial 117538009) by accident a couple of weeks ago at Wimberly Cemetery. I'm trying to tie down his connection to Shelby County. Do you know of any relatives, etc. I could contact for information? Thanks.

Added by Larry Hume on Apr 15, 2014 5:25 AM

RE: Maj William Allan St. Louis Lillund
Dear Edna! Thank you for writing back regarding Major Lillund and for all youexcellent work to locate his family. I have emailed the administrator, Don, who oversees the three largest cemeteries here in Humboldt County, and will now wait to hear back from him as to whether Major Lillund is at any of the three. Don is an excellent administrator and if anyone can discover the record for Major Lillund within those cemeteries, he is the one to do it. It may take a few weeks, however, as there are more Vietnam veterans on my grave location list which I emailed to Don. Let's keep our fingers crossed! Kind regards, Bridey Light, Anthropologist, Humboldt County, CA

Added by BrideyLight on Apr 14, 2014 6:16 PM

jim parker
Joe Pringle
Hi, you had requested for a gravestone photo for Joe Pringle in Newark Memorial Gardens in Newark, Ohio. My wife and I came across a stone that has Joe Pringle on it, but you had his death date as 1968. On the stone it is 1978. Birth year matches. Would this be the same Joe Pringle that you are looking for? I will go ahead and upload this for your request and if it isn't the same let me know.


Jim Parker

Added by jim parker on Apr 13, 2014 8:33 PM

Dave Robinson
Haider, Fort Snelling National
Mike is buried next to his parents. Please e-mail me if you wish to have all the photos I took. You may use them as you wish. 2 weeks in country, what a shame!

Added by Dave Robinson on Apr 06, 2014 12:35 PM

Thanks for the photogs! You and the other volunteer photographers are Genealogy Angels! KBo

Added by KBo on Oct 05, 2013 4:47 AM

RE: Bio and Links page
Thank you very much. Please visit us @ and follow the family genealogy link.
Thanks again,

Added by David on Jan 02, 2011 8:23 PM


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