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Richard Earl Post, Sr. (Known as "Trader Rick") was born in Buffalo, New York, 11/11/1947 of Welsh, German (Mother), and Russian (Father, WWII Vet) heritage, raised in Carolina and Florida by Adoptive Parents. Eagle Scout and Patrol Leader (Troop 37 Clearwater, Fla.) , Dog Driver (HAW Sled Dog Club,Wabash Indiana), FDC Cachet Maker (Post Craft),Dunedin High School '65, Dunedin, Fla., University of Florida Alumnus, AA '67, (TKE), MBA (University of North Florida '78), Sports Journalist (ST. Pete Times, Clearwater Sun), Historian (University of South Florida, BA '72), Industrial Engineer, Plant Manager, Management Consultant (Project Manager), 10th Ranked Geocache Hider in the World and retired. Viet Nam Service: Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 212th Combat Aviation Battalion, 1st Aviation Brigade, U.S. Army Vietnam ( at Marble Mountain Air Facility, Da Nang) 1970-71; Service with Army, Air Force (Ton Sahn Nhut AFB, Saigon) and Marine Corps (China Beach) units. Lives in rural Wabash County, Indiana in a 100-year-old brick four-square farmhouse, with 1 college student son and nine dogs (7 Siberian Huskies, 1 Wolf Hybrid, 1 tough little Jack Russell Terrier, the famous "Earthdog Patrick")and in Palm Harbor, Fla.|
In eight years of graving , He Has roamed every known graveyard in Huntington and Wabash Counties,as well as many in Miami, Kosciusko and Allen counties, in Indiana, hundreds in all, taken thousands of photos, documented many Veteran's Graves, and put up countless American Flags on Veterans graves.
As of Spring 2009, He is expanding his graving and flagging to Palm Harbor, Pinellas County Fla and owns and operates SunCoast Pub Crawl, a Guided Tavern Tour Service. During Football Season, he may be found either at Florida Field in the nosebleed seats, or Gators Cafe on Johns Pass at the SW corner stool in the Saloon. Other weekends look for him on the patio of Hooker Island Bar & Grill in old Palm Harbor with his beloved Rosie and "Earthdog Zippy zippldopolous", a shorty Parson Russell Terrier, and "Earthdog Angus R. MacDogall", a West Highland White Terrier.
God Bless America, and Protect our Troopers overseas fighting against ruthless Jihadistan and our nation from the devilishly clever foreign muslim marxist barbarians infiltrating our government at the very highest levels with an aim to destroy our civilization and extinguish the light of Individual Freedom forever .
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|RebeccaSue Daugherty||Richard Bruce Olinger|
Would like to know if you could transfer
Richards Memorial to my page.His Memorial
# is 23371009. He is my brother.
Thank you becky
|RebeccaSue Daugherty||Ricard B Olinger|
Richard is my brother, we graduated together and were close. Could you please transfer to me.
Thank you for all the work you do all of you.
|Marshall Woodward||Joseph Cravens Marshall|
Thanks for the update and your additional comments and finds; the family bible has Joseph born March 5, 1821 and other research indicates the birth was in Randolph County, Indiana.
|Tracy Danyel||Owen S. Allbritton #40785095|
The graves of Owen's parents (as well as other family members) have been located in a previously abandoned, private cemetery in Nassau County, Florida. I would like to provide you with their Memorial ID's so that you may link them. His father James T. Allbritton is memorial ID# 95982597 and his mother Margaret Boothe Allbritton is memorial ID# 95974737. Thanks.
|Bob Weimer||Elizabeth Daniel #117573166|
On September 24, 2013 you added the subject memorial.
This is the same person as #37356929 added on May 21, 2009 as Elizabeth Hill. This memorial has since been corrected to show the correct name of Elizabeth Hill Daniel with added bio and family links.
The confusion is understandable and I am now attempting to correct and update the memorials for my Hill family ancestors. I would appreciate your deleting the subject duplicative memorial.
Bob Weimer #481101151
|factfinder||Baker Cemetery, Hernando County|
Hi - I would like to ask you to edit the Baker Cemetery home page. The street address is not correct for starters. Secondly, the cemetery is on US government land behind the fire station on Lake Lindsey Road. Permission to access should come from the USDA managers. Audubon property adjacent is private and is posted no trespassing, so to suggest entrance across is not acceptable.
I appreciate your interest in the history of all of our Hernando cemeteries and those who reside in them.
Special thanks to Katherine Thacker for such a wonderful history of the Baker family!
|KC||Baker Cemetery, Hernando Co., FL|
I uploaded pictures of Baker Hill Cemetery this evening as my husband and I saw it in 1997. The cemetery was in great disrepair and heavily overgrown back then. My cousin, Sandy Boyes, recently orchestrated the repair of the headstones and the new headstone for John F. Baker commemorating his military service. The cemetery looks much better today and is now better represented by your picture.
Added by KC on Feb 15, 2014 6:04 PM
|KC||Baker Cemetery, Hernando Co., FL|
Dear Mr. Post,
Thank you for posting information on Baker Hill Cemetery in Hernando County, FL. I'm a descendant of James and Mary Baker and have done extensive research on this family. I first visited this cemetery in 1997 and have pictures from my visit. Additionally I visited the cemetery just this past week and took new pictures.
There's some misinformation on your post. There are only four marked graves in the cemetery: Unnamed infant of John F. Baker dates unknown (far left grave); 2. Jincy Whitehurst Baker b. 24 Apr 1837 d. 1866 (to left of John F. Baker); John Franklin Baker b. 18 Feb 1827 d. 22 Mar 1877 (third in line); and Mary Baker b. 1792 d. 22 Dec 1858/1868(date was too worn to read back in 1997 - grave stands alone in front of other three). John F. Baker has two headstones; his original and a recently added new one that commemorates his military service.
It is not known if James Baker, Mary's husband, is buried there. A stone was never found for him, however it's highly suspected that he was laid to rest there. At one time Jincy's headstone was mistaken for James', but a picture taken years before my 1997 visit disproved it was James' grave.
The other two names you have listed as being buried in Baker Hill Cemetery are unknown to me. There has never been any physical proof of their graves in the cemetery.
It would be greatly appreciated if you would edit your information for this cemetery.
Katherine Cox Thacker
Added by KC on Feb 14, 2014 7:56 PM
|Lesley Sebastian||RE: Aaron French|
See, this is why I'm not an engineer. I often miss details. ;) Thank you very much for pointing this out, you're right.
|Wabash County Military||RE: ED Hurlburt|
OK, thank you very much for the info!!
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