|Richard Howell (#47034760)|
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The Sixth Michigan Cavalry is my main interest,I am trying to locate the gravesites of all its men.Anyone is welcome to use any photograph I have taken and posted on findagrave.|
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|Kitty Carleton||Ira S. Heriman|
Thank you for the original photos--he and his wife were my greatgreatgrand parents. Was able to visit the cemetery about month ago--would you be willing to link some of his children buried nearby? Ira's memorial 41803021--Ida Hosford 91063784; Eleanor Clark 91062988; Lettie Foster 91063494, Thank you, Kitty
|drbuck||William Horton Kimball|
Have you read "Among the Enemy" based on his diary?
Buck & julie
Added by drbuck on Aug 05, 2015 10:06 AM
Arthur Webster Currier (#45193340) is the son of Alfred Osgood Currier (#53279595)
Arthur Webster Currier is Capt. Daniel Heath Powers” half-nephew
We really appreciate the photo you took of this ancestor's grave site.
Many thanks for the transfer - I'll take good care of him!
|WinslowJR||Capt Silas Canfield|
Rich, Do you figure Capt. Silas Canfield was "S. Canfield" hydrologic engineer designing and making water turbines in GR late 1860s? Thanks! Jim
|Jonathan Springborn||Hi richard|
I would like to request for the grave transfers of Find A Grave Memorial# 133558781
Find A Grave Memorial# 133558766
They are both my wife's great Grandparents. I would greatly appreciate it thank you in advance :) also thanks for adding their graves to this site.
|Marge Bullock||BIG Thx! - Much Appreciated !|
Richard - I was Very Pleasantly Shocked to find your Wonderful Photos posted! I am not computer savvy enough to do this myself. It Thrilled me to see close up of stone memorial, the Santa Fe cross emblem, and white stone bench that I enjoyed (bench stolen shortly after your lens click). I have not found similar replacement-but I will. Today is June 7: one day past D-Day. However, Keith's unit, the 35th Division went into Normandy with the "2nd Wave" on July 6, 1944 and continued on across France and The Bulge; ending at Elb River, Germany - greeting the Russians - in May 1945. It was a tough slog. Keith felt Wonderful about having Legion of Honor medal presented to him by French Ambassador in 2006. Keith was a fine representative of The Greatest Generation! I thank you again for the link you provided to Unit History of WWII. I wish you all The Best! Sincerely, Marge B.
|Bryan Baker||Family transfer request|
William Rider (114515448) is the brother of my GGrandfather, AJ Rider. I would like to link him with his parents and siblings and was wondering if you'd mind transferring him to my care? Thanks for your consideration. -Bryan Baker (47787669)
Thanks for the great photos you are posting in St. Andrews. I would like to request that you post them in a larger format so that I can open them larger on my screen to read the inscriptions better. I post mine at 4x6 300dpi and never have a problem with them uploading or being able to be expanded and shown for better clarity. Thanks Richard!
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