|John "J-Cat" Griffith (#46568383)|
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Hello I'm John T. Griffith, born in Oceanside California, a Viet Nam War US Army MP Veteran and a former CHP Officer. In September 2002, I assisted the National Archives Center, Missouri, in replacing lost and destroyed US Army files. It was during that research project I discovered Find A Grave, wanted to be a part of it's concept and became a member. I have always had a passion for history and the people who have lived it. People in everyday life who through the needs and demands of their times shaped the world. I believe each day is a gift and the best part of any day is that day. I'm also a professional musician, still performing and haved shared the stage with many named artists. In addition, I'm a vintage guitar expert have contributed, plus co-wrote for many vintage guitar books and articles in Vintage Guitar magazine about the subject. Plus a photographer, writer and historian, for the San Diego Reader. I will gladly transfer any of my bios to relatives or folks with a concerned interest. I, my wife Mary and our Dachshund "Timmy", reside in Vista, California. Thanks and best regards, John|
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|Kathleen Pearson||RE: Jesse Root -18925672|
Hi - I just realized that I didn't respond to your note regarding Jessie Root - totally agree with you - so much family - blows one's mind. Thank you for your help.
|William Bjornstad||RE: Bi re-writes,|
I can't remember if I responded to your post or not but in the event I didn't, I will be sure and notify you if I make any future rewrites to your famous memorials.
Find A Grave Member ID #47016546
|Steve||RE: Thank you!|
What a great companion and friend he was - a treasure to remember forever. Steve
Added by Steve on Feb 23, 2015 8:21 PM
|Carrie George-Nichols||Elmer Lincoln Fulton|
I wanted to ask permission to use the photo of Elmer Lincoln Fulton that you posted on Find A Grave.
Thank you for all that you do!!
|Ron Guilmette||James L Bates|
I read your post on breveted Brigadier General James L. Bates. General Bates was also a Commissioner of the Massachusetts State Police appointed in 1871 and served through 1874.
The state police is celebrating its 150th Anniversary this year. 1865-2015.
Thank you for your efforts to keep those who served alive.
RIP General Bates
MA State Police (Retired
MA State Police Museum
|Kathy Robinson||RE: Gen. Hobart Hap Gay|
Thank you so much!!
|Kathy Robinson||Gen. Hobart Hap Gay|
Thank you for adding the awesome bio to Gen. Hobart Gay's memorial. I am a genealogist in Pike County, Illinois, (where Gen. Gay was from originally) and would like to ask for your permission to use your bio on a free (all volunteer) genealogy website called: http://genealogytrails.com/ill/pike/
I am currently working with the volunteer webmaster of the site to get our Pike county military veterans acknowledged and place as many biographies as possible on the website. I would love to include your biography of Gen. Gay and would naturally credit you for your hard work creating it.
|Carol Schott||John neilson|
Thank you for all your work. I wonder where Colonel Neilson's sword is now?
|Jay Lance||THANK YOU!|
Thanks for your good work, thanks for your service (both military and LE)! Good people like you are one reason I am here and joined...thanks again!
|Arleen Rooney||Horse Memorials|
Thanks for posting the 3 horse memorials for LA Pet Cemetery for Topper, Smoke and Sunny.
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