|Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C. (#3777891)|
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Hi, I'm a retired police officer for the City of North Charleston in South Carolina. I retired in April 2005 with 33 years in law enforcememt. I also served 4 years in the USAF from 1967-1971. I have a beautiful wife, Roxanne, a beautiful daughter, Stephanie, who served 8 years in the United States Air Force and is now in the USAF Reserves. I have a beautiful grandaughter, born December 1, 2006, and her name is Raena Makenzie and she is the apple of my eye. I love to read and study history of the war for southern independence and World War II.|
Find A Grave is one of my favorite sites, it is very interesting and full of unlimited history. If you have some free time please stop by my mom and dads site and I would like to thank everyone for all of the beautiful flowers and messages left for them, it really means alot to us.
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|In Memory Of My DAD||RE: Birthday|
Thank you so much!
I'm not from American but have always had an interest in the war between the states and the confederates. I have read about general Paxton. For a man who fought for Southern independence and I'm thinking he had some ancestors fighting the British in the American war of independence, I see he had ancestors who came from the North of Ireland. That part of Ireland is under British Rule. Scottish planters were brought to Ireland in the 1600s and the native Irish were run off their land. It seems general Paxton was descended from the planters and we still have division in the North of Ireland. Wouldn't it be great if all the people could get together and liberate the North from British Rule. Just like the US did and fight for independence like they did for Dixie.
Added by Jim on Aug 17, 2016 5:35 AM
|Kathy Powers||true southern heros|
Thank you for recognizing my great great grand father for being a true southern hero in the confederate army. I was searching for members of my family and came across the grave finder site and saw your message. My dad also spent time in the Air Force (23 years to be exact)
|Kathy Powers||honoring southern heros|
|Elizabeth Verchio||Memorial# 87671304 Thaddeus Drummond|
Thank you for the flower of my 2nd great uncle's memorial. But, you may wish to review it as he deserted his unit and signed an oath to remain out of the south until after the war was decided. He really doesn't merit commendations for service. Just thought you would want to know.
|Linda DeCock||Civil War Post|
Thanks so much for answering. I apologize. I mis-read your post on my great grandfather's page. I looked at your address and saw South Carolina. I do have relatives from South Carolina just not that grandfather. I was hoping you had more information about him as I know very little about him.
Thanks so much for all you have done and continue to do for our country. My father was in the army for 23 years and I also have had several policemen in our family.
|Linda DeCock||Civil War Post|
I was wondering why and how you posted a statement about being a civil war veteran on my great grandfather's find a grave page. He did in fact serve in the Civil War but not for the state you have included. My great grandfather, Christopher Heideman, served from Georgia.
Thanks for letting me know,
|Gunny||CSS Hunley & crew|
Find A Grave Memorial# 10886
My thanks for your efforts. Thank you (and your daughter) for your service to our country. My wife wishes to visit Charleston and now I know one of the sites I wish to go and pay my respects.
Added by Gunny on Jun 12, 2016 6:32 PM
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Hope you had a really nice Birthday.
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