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Bill Heneage (#499)
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Jack Davison
Adm Robert B Carney
The 1900 Federal Census lists Robert B Carney eith parents Robert E and Bertha
Added by Jack Davison on Jan 31, 2015 12:44 PM
Jack Davison
Adm Robert B Carney
Is # 49163933, LCDR Robert Emmett Carney, hs father? He mentions in a memoir that he was a Navy Junior and LCDR Robert E Carney, USNA 1889 may be the one. I am trying to check with the Alumni Association and records at
Added by Jack Davison on Jan 31, 2015 11:58 AM
Jack Davison
Adm Robert B Carney
His nickname really was "Mick" as attested by this excerpt from a memoir of him.

I have heard CAPT joe Taussig, his son-in-law, refer to him by this nickname. I think that he was of Irixh ancestry which may explain the nickname. A check of his bio in the the class of 1916 Lucky Bag will confirm this as does the USNA Register of Alumni
Added by Jack Davison on Jan 31, 2015 11:28 AM
j. bradley
Henry A. Woley
Hi! Just wanted to add that Henry Aristo Wiley also served as the Capt. of the battleship U.S.S. Wyoming during W.W.1. thanks j.bradley
Added by j. bradley on May 18, 2014 5:42 PM
Jack Davison
Memorial# 6610493Admiral Harry D Felt
His son Donald Linn Felt was my Naval Academy classmate. I added a link to Harry D. to Linn's memorial, which I maintain, as his paternal link. Somehow a paternal link to Linn was submitted for Harry D's memorial to make Linn his own grandfather. I looked up the parents of Harry D. as confirmed by his Wikipedia biography and submitted the correct parental links just now.
Added by Jack Davison on May 05, 2014 2:37 PM
Gen Garrison Holt Davidson
Find A Grave Memorial# 7037

Would you be able to "copy" your photo on this memorial page and post it to the memorial page of his wife at:

Find A Grave Memorial# 124120948

as her name is also on his stone.

Thank you!
Added by SLGMSD on Mar 09, 2014 7:34 PM
John Donne
Your redundant entry for Adm. Edward D. Taussig
It appears you may no longer be active on this site, since I emailed to the email address you have listed months ago that the memorial you created for Admiral Edward D. Taussig is both redundant of the "important person" entry for this person and also inaccurate since Taussig is buried at the Naval Academy Cemetery in Annapolis, not Arlington.
Added by John Donne on Jan 15, 2013 7:05 PM
Jack Davison
Admiral James L.Holloway Jr
Are you also the creator of the memorial for his son, Adniral James L. Holloway III? I visited it earlier today but now it does not appear in response to a search. His son James L. Holloway IV 1946-1964 is buried in Section 7 Plot 1586 according to the cemetery's burial index and the parents are listed in the same plot although the stone has all three names, and only birth dates for the parents. The Alumni Association obituaNO James L. II is still alive.
Added by Jack Davison on Dec 30, 2012 1:15 PM
Jack Davison
Admiral Thomas Cassin Kinkaid
I had his name speeld Kincaid, so could not find him, and was goibg to create a memorial to propse as famous (he was, indeed) I finally got the visitor center to tell me thathe is in section 5, plot 82, after they corrected my spelling. think that as a famous person the Find A Grave adninistration will take over his memorial. I was ready to post the first couple of paragraphs of his Wikipedia biography, which is very large. He graduated from USNA in the lower half of the class of 1908. During WWII he commanded the 7th Fleet under Douglas Macarthur in the SOUTHWEST pacific theater. He commanded the amphibious forces at the Leyte Gulf landings.
Added by Jack Davison on Sep 19, 2012 12:27 PM
Bernhard Mux
Hello Bill,

my name is Bernhard Mux, Cologne, Germany.

I found the grave of Mary Theresia Mux Greisen. She was born in Butzheim [Now: Rommerskirchen-Butzheim, county Neuss] Nov. 7 1815. I have her birth certificate. She married in Nettesheim Jul. 20 1837 Christian Griesen. He changed his name to "GREISEN"

Katharina Gruenther was born 1876 Sprinfield, Wisconsin. I read "Kathrina Grünther = GRUENTHER"

She is the daugther of Henry Gruenther and Agnes Greisen. His grave is on Mount Angel Pioneer Cemetery. He was born in Sinsteden [Now: Rommerskirchen-Butzheim, county Neuss] on Oct. 29 1837 and died Mount Angel 1894. Agnes Greisen Gruenther nee Greisen is on Saint Bernard Cemetery, Lindsay, Platte Center, Nebraska. The name is there "Grunther".

I can not find the son Christian M.Gruenther b 10.06.1871 d March 1923 Omaha. He is the father by General Alfred Gruenther.

Thank you very much for help.

Bernhard K. Mux
Added by Bernhard Mux on Apr 18, 2012 3:22 AM
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