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JKBXJKS (#47938252)
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Bio Photo Born Seattle, WA but grew up on Grandparents (Smathers) farm in Leavenworth County, KS after Father's death from Korean War. I now live in Southern CA, like 27.9 million other people. Enjoy the weather, but not the Traffic! Joined Find-A-Grave while looking for family members or friends and to do my part for Genealogy. Enjoy Historical things and the people whom have made them possible. And at the End, "Regardless of what U accomplish in Life the End results are still the same".
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Dan Broadrick
RE: Hello
Hi there!

I saw where you posted my brother's (Carl J. Broadrick)
Service image. THANK YOU for that!

And I am curious, how did you find it and make the connection?
Do you have access to more images? I would love to have all of my Brother's images if possible?

Paul Milburn Broadrick National Gaurd
Robert Gene Broadrick US Air Force
David Earl Broadrick US Army
Carl of course...
Daniel R. Broadrick US Army
Chris Leroy Broadrick Marines

Thank You soo much!
Added by Dan Broadrick on Aug 24, 2016 10:25 AM
shannon lawson
Hello there.
Hi I am a relative of the Tarantino's. I noticed you left a comment on some of their memorials and was just wondering if we were related. Thanks for showing love.

- Shannon
Added by shannon lawson on Aug 22, 2016 10:03 PM
Devastated Land Owner in NEMO.
RE: Name
Well, we learned a couple of years ago that ATXI (Ameren Transmission of Illinois) planned to construct a high voltage transmission through northeast Missouri. At first there were two routes then they narrowed it down to one, directly through our farm where we keep our cow herd most of the year. We have gotten together with other landowners who will also be affected by this project, hired a lawyer, but so far the only thing stopping it is that they need permission from the county commissioners (it's a state law) in all five of the Missouri counties that this line is suppose to go through. The county commissioners of all five counties have been opposed to it so far. With the election in November that might change. If Ameren is allowed to build this transmission line (also called the Mark Twain Transmission Project) we will have to vacate our land and they may even drain our pond (we use to water our livestock) that is directly in the path of this project! We positively are against Ameren doing this and we hope we can stop it from going through our land! It seems landowners have no rights when it comes to utility companies using their land and that isn't right in my opinion. My husband bought this land almost 50 years ago and has farmed it all of his life. He didn't buy it for someone else to use to make money off of it. This is why I changed my contributor name.
Added by Devastated Land Owner in ... on Aug 06, 2016 9:18 AM
 

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