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Retired US Navy Veteran ( 10 Years ). I've been concentrating on Civil War Navy Vets and Sailors Lost at Sea. Please have a look at my Virtual Cems and maybe leave some Flowers. |
If you have any Sailors your not interested in managing Transfer them to me I'd be happy to research them !!!!!!
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|Chris Collins||USS Patapsco|
In the St.Annes Cemetery in Middletown is Reynolds Driver, who was assigned to the USS Patapsco, when it sunk. He survived the war but died in 1866 due to the wounds he suffered that evening.
|jane austin||Williem Oldenkamp 104785159|
Not sure why there's a plat map in the space provided for grave photos? Would you please remove that?
|John P Vickery IV||P.S.|
I have 6 more categories of known relatives that would also fit in :)
|John P Vickery IV||Salty Dog Shellbacks|
Howdy Ship-Mate Rubbins, I would like to transfer to you another salty dog profile; as the Vitural Cemeteries you have created here are Great & I would like to help you make a couple of them even better. :-) CMOH Coxwain William Halstead of USS Brooklyn (1858).
I just today found a Copyrite © free photo image of this Sloop-Of-War (Rights Advisory=No Known Restrictions On Publication.) & will share the URL with you also. :-) Wm. is listed here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Brooklyn_(1858)
w/ link to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Halstead_(sailor) furthermore I have created & am profile & am manager of http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Halstead-463 & will retain this wikitree profile. I have another KIA Submariner cousin that I have also made a profile for. Please just let me know what you think about this ? Have A Great Independance Day,John P Vickery IV
|Jim Childers||Sailors memorials|
I was going through some of your virtual cemeteries. Very nice job you've done on so many historical deaths. Just wanted you to know it was appreciated! Jim C.
|BobBoston||James J Allingham.|
Find A Grave Memorial# 84345519
Memorial found in Cherbourg, France. Photo has been posted.
|A Horan||Photos on memorial # 75570960|
I'm confused by the photos that are posted on the memorial for William Henry Aler, Jr -- there is nothing within the captions for the two photos that ties him to those frigates, so I'm not sure why the photos are posted on his memorial? Could you please either add something to the captions that would clarify the connection to him, and/or have something added as a bio for him that shows the connection, or please remove the photos if they were mistakenly posted.
Added by A Horan on Apr 09, 2016 11:15 AM
|Robie Merritt Loriaux-Roberts||Roderick Wayne Brown 1925-1945|
I would like to thank you for posting information about the above relative of mine. He was my 3rd cousin. I had never seen a photo of him before and was wondering if I could have permission to use it on my ancestry tree?
So sad to think of how scared those young men were when this happened. My father served in the US Army WWII. War was rough from stories he use to tell.
I did notice that there was another memorial on him (#78433772 made later than yours with no information). I did contact them and asked that they check yours out and consider merging them.
Thanks again for all the work you have done.
|Tamara Bigham Riggs||capt William Easby and relayed memorials.|
...greetings.. There seems to be some confusion about the (early Maryland) King family and their connections. Benjamin King, from Scotland, master blacksmith of the WNY was not the same Benjamin King, ship carpenter,employed at the Naval Yard. Benjamin King, b. 1779,Md, d. 1837, Washing, DC, was the ship carpenter, and a relative of Easby.
|Karen Bracey||Find A Grave Memorial# 37640294|
Could you please tell me your source for Thomas' Middle initial and his place of birth?
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