|Ron Moody (#1041)|
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I have lived in the mid-west all my life and have been an x-ray technologist for over 35 years. I found the Find A Grave website back in 2000 while helping my daughter research a school project. At the time, the more I explored Find A Grave the more disappointed I became that some of the famous individuals that were posted did not have a personal photograph in addition to their gravesite displayed. In the process of trying to locate photos for Find A Grave I have learned a lot about many of the individuals that it has been my pleasure to honor. History has always been a passion for me and Find A Grave has helped satisfy my curiosity tremendously.|
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The photo you have for Gen Charles Sweeney is auctaly Gen Curtis Lemay.
|May A.||Gilbert Roland|
Noticed you added Actor Gilbert Roland, His Career last over 6 decades,,,, But your bio for him is just a couple of lines,,, Luis Antonio Damaso de Alonso, later known as Gilbert Roland, was born in 1905 in Mexico. Following his parents to the USA, he did not become the bullfighter he had dreamed of being but became an actor instead. His Mexican roots, his half macho half romantic ways, his handsome virile figure helped him land roles in movies from the early twenties to 1982. A long and varied career in which Roland was in turns an extra, a matinée idol (Armand Duval in Camille (1926)), a Latin Lover, a star of English-speaking films made in Hollywood in the early 1930s, a Mexican bandit in B-Movies, The Cisco Kid in a series of six popular Westerns, a brilliant character in major A movies (John Huston's We Were Strangers (1949), Vincente Minnelli's The Bad and the Beautiful (1952); Anthony Mann's Thunder Bay (1953), John Ford's Cheyenne Autumn (1964)), a sinister character in Spaghetti Westerns... When he retired in 1982, twelve years before he died, he could be satisfied. His career had spanned six decades, the coming of sound had not ended it, he had played in all kinds of movies, he had held the most beautiful women in his arms, and maybe the most important thing, he had been given the opportunity to show his acting talents. Not every actor can boast such a life achievement.
Added by May A. on Jul 10, 2016 2:42 AM
|Russ Jacobs||David Thatcher 165892539|
Ron, if you submit your bio to me as a edit, I will make it the bio on my page, and you can delete your duplicate memorial. My memorial is 165665258 which was created on 6/22/2016, before yours. Thanks. Russ Jacobs.
|Russ Jacobs||David Thatcher 165892539|
This is a duplicate memorial of 165665258.
|tom c||David Thatcher|
Ron-- David from the death article is going to be buried in Sunset Memorial in Missoula, can you change your site to show that? Thanks Tom C.
Added by tom c on Jun 23, 2016 9:07 AM
|Bobbi Keefe Rollins Johnson||SSGT David Jonathan Thatcher|
Ron, this mem# 165892539 is a dupl of Russ Jacobs'
Memorial# 165665258, added Jun 22, 2016.
|Renee S Carolan Hopper O C||Thank you what you do.|
|Judith Lee Howard Shea||Benjamin Robbins Curtis|
Thank you for posting the gorgeous picture of Hon Benjamin Robbins Curtis on F.a.G.!! He is an ancestor a little off to the side as far as genes are concerned (his 3rd wife and I share more of them) But I love having pictures of all my relatives! I wish I had more!!
Judith Lee Howard Shea
|Mary Herlein||Actor Jack Kelly|
Jack was cremated and his ashes scattered in the Pacific Ocean; found this out by messaging Linda K. Alexander, author of A Maverick Life: The Jack Kelly Story.
|A Pannone||Cochise Photo|
A noticed that your photo of Cochise on Find a Grave is not Cochise. That photo is a popular one of "Chato" from the Smithsonian's National Anthropological Archives. Since the photo was taken in 1886, Cochise was long gone (he died in 1874).
Here's the link to the Chief Chato photo:
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