Hi, I love volunteering here. If you have questions or corrections, just let me know. If I have a memorial of your family member and you would like to have it to improve or add information to, just let me know. I'm adding them so others can find them. I want them to be as complete as possible so others can learn about their family. I would love them to be maintained by a family member who cares for them.
PS I may be away from my computer for a while. I apologize if it takes a while for me to respond.
PSS FAG Transfer Guidelines
Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
William Ensign Moore I have visited my relative's grave 3x (just recently). I have pictures of his memorial if you would like one. He was 1 of 5 of my GGGranfather's sons to volunteer--all but 2 sons are buried in my home-town in Wisconsin. I'm not very computer literate, but my son in Washington St. is -Drew Kunz (who does research in his area for others). Carol J. Gammon
RE: Helen Standish U.S. Cemetery and Funeral Home Collection View Record Name Helen Standish Gender Female Age at Death 89 Residence Charleston, South Carolina, USA Date of Birth 1923-02-08 Birth Place San Antonio TX, South Carolina, USA Date of Death 2012-04-26 Source location Goose Creek, South Carolina, USA Spouse Lt Children Frederick Dana Standish III and his wife Cathy of Irvine CA Parents Hermena Schubach Brothers and Sisters Phyllis Patterson of Indian Harbour Beach FL. Mrs. Standish Military United States Army Full Obituary Obituary for Helen StandishHelen Schubach Standish, 82, of Charleston died Tuesday, April 26th at Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital. Mrs. Standish was born in San Antonio TX on February 8, 1923, to the late Charles and Hermena Schubach. During her life as the wife of a United States Army officer, she was a member of numerous clubs and associations across the nation and in Greece.Mr. Standish is survived by her son, Frederick Dana Standish III and his wife Cathy of Irvine CA, grandsons Justin Eddy Standish and Andrew Colburn Standish of Irvine, granddaughter Taylor Dana Standish of Irvine and sister, Phyllis Patterson of Indian Harbour Beach FL. Mrs. Standish was predeceased by her husband, Lt. Col. (ret.) Frederick Dana Standish II.In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Mrs. Standish's honor to Audubon South Carolina, 336 Sanctuary Road, Harleyville SC 29448.The family will receive friends from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. tonight at McAlister-Smith Downtown Funeral Chapel, 150 Wentworth St, Charleston, SC 29401. Funeral service will be at 12:30 p.m. Friday at the chapel.
RE: Donna Seago Joseph and Lila are her parents and buried right above Donna and her husband. I posted a pic on Donna's memorial of all the plots. They are side by side so its a sure bet these are her parents. I also posted an obit on Joseph's memorial. The name Lula was my error. I've corrected it. Wimsang
RE: Samuel Gordon According to his pension records, that his mother filed, she stated he died December 17, 1864, at Hilton Head, SC, from wounds received in the Battle of Balls Ferry, GA on November 23, 1864. One muster roll stated he died at Hilton Head, SC but another muster roll stated he died at Hilton Head, SC. I'm assuming his mother probably knew where he died, especially since one muster roll corroborated that.