|Dave Jones (#46579167)|
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My name is David Alan Jones, I was born on February 25, 1956 at Mills Memorial Hospital in San Mateo, CA. I am a student of history, including that of my own family and direct decendants; "Without he or she, there would be no me". Cemeteries are excellent resources for genealogy research and also places of quiet reflection for the living.|
I have written a book, "US Silent Service Dolphins & Combat Insignia, 1924-1945". I enjoy research into the military history of the United States. I just finished writing a book titled "Five War Patrols" about Floyd Caverly aboard the USS Tang.
My son and I are members of the "Son's of the American Revolution" and my daughter is a member of the "Daughter's of the American Revolution". I am also a member of The War of 1812 Society. I serve as a captain on the Klamath River Fire Department. Thanks for looking at my bio.
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You're very welcome!
|Debbie J||Napoleon and Nancy Ashcraft|
You have them listed in Highland Cemetery in Fort Mitchell, Kenton, KY. They are NOT buried here. Death certificate states family burial ground. Also you have Charles and Sarah Conner listed in Highland Cemetery. They are NOT buried here. Please move these four people. Thank you.
Added by Debbie J on Feb 09, 2015 2:12 PM
|David Oxford||Kirkman in Green Hill|
Dave - Your search for William and Lydia that you have entered into Green Hill is a negative. The cemetery index is online at http://www.greensboro-nc.gov/index.aspx?page=1117
All interments there are up to date, thanks to my friend Brad. Sorry.
|Linda Rhoadarmer||Bertha Havens|
Thank you so much for finding Bertha. I had no idea where she was other then she died in California. Seems her child also died with her.
You did good! Linda Rhoadarmer
|B.J. Waters||Karl Hodgson/Hodson|
I see you removed the photo request, and added the headstone photo yourself. I also noticed that the name is not spelled "Hodgson" on his headstone. Maybe you should change his memorial to "Hodson". Or, if the spelling on the stone is actually incorrect, you might want to make a notation about that in the 'bio' section.
He is buried in Sec D-58
There is no marker now. There was one in the 1950s when historical society read inscriptions. Only Juliann and Mary Shoemaker have markers in this plot today.
Added by RWM on Jan 16, 2015 4:35 PM
What a wonderful photo you have posted! I write a newsletter called Gillam Galore. I would like to feature the photo and info on the family in my newsletter. Please send permission with your email address and regular mail address if you wish to add it. In return you will receive a year's free copy of the newsletters. If you hurry, it will be featured on the cover of the first issue of the year which will be going out in the next week. If there is anything special you would like to say about the photo, that can be added too. Respong to email email@example.com please. Thank you for considering this offer. Mary Old Gillams Galore, editor
Added by Mary on Jan 15, 2015 8:42 PM
|B.J. Waters||Karl Hodgson photo request|
Hello! Green Hills Memorial Park cemetery records are not showing this name. I tried various other spellings and still came up with nothing. I even checked under his middle name, in case the names got reversed. Would you please call the cemetery to confirm that he is buried there? I've claimed the request but have nothing to go on.
|Brad Theissen||Eleanor (Hughes) Jones|
Thanks for the great work regarding my Gr Gr Aunt Eleanor Hughes.
I do have something that I am looking for. Her father, John H. Hughes, wrote a poem regarding his first wife, her mother. In Welsh, translated by someone, and last known to have been kept in the home of his granddaughter, Mrs. Richard F. Jones of Mankato.
She died in 1944! Are you in contact with descendants?
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