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Mark Samuels (#46537566)
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Bio Photo Retired from the Marine Corps in 1998 after 22 in a half years. Have always been fascinated on the locations where those to whom were apart of our lives have been laid to rest.
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Photo you posted of John Frederick Parker, the man with the full beard, appears not to be Parker.
The photo of the elderly man with the full beard appears to come from this web site, and was taken in Allegan, MI, by HV M Porter. The man in the photo is Otto C. Jarmuth [OC Jarmuth, variously spelled Yarmuth], according to a descendant relative.

Here is the link for the photo that you have posted:
Added by Anna on Apr 20, 2015 12:38 PM
Kees Vandenberg
RE: John Frederick Parker
This page

has the photo you placed on Parker's page. Many years ago I read (I believe in the Surratt Courier) that there are Parker descendants living in the Washington area today, but they do not have the Parker name and have no pictures or family records of John F. Parker. IMO there are no known photos of John F. Parker.
Added by Kees Vandenberg on Apr 18, 2015 4:02 AM
Kees Vandenberg
RE: John Frederick Parker
Thanks for correcting. Never saw a picture of John Frederick Parker, always thought there was not one existing. Can you please reveal your source? And how sure are you that this is the right John Frederick Parker? I'm asking this because Parker is an historic figure, seen as the man who left President Lincoln unprotected in Ford's Theatre, April 14, 1865, so John Wilkes Booth could enter the President's box unchallenged by anyone at its entrance.
Added by Kees Vandenberg on Apr 18, 2015 3:18 AM
Kees Vandenberg
John Frederick Parker
The photo you added is NOT John Frederick Parker, but Ward Hill Lemon
Added by Kees Vandenberg on Apr 17, 2015 6:47 AM
Bernard Johnson
Chris Kyle
Any update on a marker for Chris??
Added by Bernard Johnson on Oct 03, 2014 10:26 AM
Skye Bartusiak's Memorial
Your memorial is a duplicate, which was created a couple of days earlier. (#133062525). Thought you would want to know.
Added by oldwolf600 on Jul 24, 2014 5:50 PM
Bernard Johnson
Chris Kyle
Do you think that Chris Kyle's grave has a marker on it yet? Are you close by the cemetery to check? Appreciate it.
Added by Bernard Johnson on Dec 13, 2013 5:29 PM
The Sunlight Caller
Bill Lancaster
Many thanks to you for adding the photo of Bill Lancaster to his memorial. Have a great weekend
Added by The Sunlight Caller on Feb 10, 2012 7:36 PM
RE: Heath Ledger
Only Admins can unlock the famous memorials to add photos. You need to contact one of them. Thanks!
Added by laelliott on Jan 10, 2012 9:39 AM
Art Stewart
After reviewing my other non-posted photos, I stand corrected. It appears almost like RFK's due to your angle. My apologies.
RFK's indeed lies at the foot of the slope in front of the Lee mansion, nearby.
Added by Art Stewart on Aug 27, 2011 3:14 PM
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