|David Peltier (#48075738)|
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|I can help people find graves in the Augusta, Georgia area. I love to add any military graves I find. I have a lot of military and police graves that I do not have a cemetary known for. If you have any information about those people and where there buried, shoot me an email.|
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|David E Craig||Transfer|
Thank you for honoring my parents Everett Allen Craig, Jr. Find A Grave Memorial# 114536537 and Marian Elizabeth Dugan Craig Find A Grave Memorial# 114634937.
As their son and find a grave member / contributor #4850844 please transfer their memorial to me.
Thank you very much.
Her grave doesn't have a tombstone yet. There is no marker either. But there are only a few Gandys in the graveyard and there is only one new grave near any of them. Her's is beside the following graves:
William Ward Gandy
Mary Ellen Taylor Gandy (born 1931, no death date)
I will post pics I took. If this is incorrect, let me know and I'll remove. When I ordered a tombstone for my father, it took about 8 months (specially designed, and parents often buy special stones for these tragic losses). I would resubmit a request in about 6 months.
Added by Peka on Mar 19, 2014 10:35 AM
What information did you want added. I don''t see any that you provided.
|Dr. William McDonald||Ralph Waite|
You have created a duplicate memorial page for Ralph Waite.
dr. bill mcdonald
|Chelle Shonk||Edith Ashmore|
Could not find a headstone, but I want to reconfirm the location with the lady in the office. Masonic Section is where she is buried. May have to wait and see what the weather does. Please bear with me.
|Robert C. Peurifoy||Military and Public Service graves|
Might I suggest you create a virtual Cemetery of unknown burials of Military and Public Service Graves. That way we might be able to help in finding their final resting place. Once that has been found you can then remove them from that Virtual Cemetery.
I have begun a virtual cemetery of the 4th US Marine Corp division from WWII. My father was a member. It began as a search for members of his direct unit, but I've broadened it to other.
A friend here in NC, James Myers, has extensive Police officer documentation for those killed in the line of duty. Some going back over a hundred years.
|biteyhicks||Philip Seymour Hoffman|
Hi. Just wanted to tell you that I think your piece today was really nice. I was a big fan of his for a very long time. Thank you.
Thank you for the nice photograph.
Added by JMO on Jan 20, 2014 6:58 PM
|Nancy Cornelius||James A. Scott|
There are 2 memorials for this gentleman. One has a birth of 1872 and the other 1877. The date on his stone says 1877, but I have posted the picture to your request.
|ma carpenter||jerry coleman|
the correct memorial is here;
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