|Susan J. Monaghan (#38514280)|
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As a genealogist and local historian, I have been researching the people and communities of central Illinois since 1975. My special interests are the early settlers of Sangamon and Menard Counties, IL.|
I am also the webmaster for World War II Marine Photographic Squadron VMD-154. This USMC squadron was stationed at Camp Elrod on Espiritu Santo Island, New Hebrides (now known as Vanuatu) in the South Pacific. Flying in B-24 Liberators on aerial reconnaissance missions, this squadron mapped the South Pacific and monitored Japanese activities. I have another site here at Find A Grave under the name VMD-154 Association that is devoted entirely to the deceased members of this squadron.
Through Find A Grave, I have been able to memorialize some of my ancestors and early settlers of several central Illinois counties, as well as the brave men of USMC Squadron VMD-154. If anyone can add further details or photos for the individuals in my memorials, please contact me.
If you have time, please leave a flower for my mother, Mildred E. Hart Naschinski and my father, Emil Fredrick Naschinski.
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|Mountain Traveler||RE: Enos Campbell headstone|
Thank you so much, Susan, for allowing me to use your photograph.
I do hope that someday a new fence will be put up around the cemetery. I think about what I could do, but if the cemetery is not cared for there is not much anyone can do as vandalism will continue, etc. Well, it would continue even if it were cared for, but I'd hope less likely.
|Mountain Traveler||Old Sackett Cemetery/Enos Campbell|
Years ago, maybe in the 1980s, I visited the Old Sackett Cemetery and found my direct ancestor's marker, Enos Campbell. I took a photo, but it was rather a dark photo. I like yours better and wondered if I could use it for myself & on Ancestry. The cemetery at that time was not kept up and many stones were lying down, but I know I saw some names there that are not yet listed there that are also my relation. I have a record of it here of what I saw. I just wish I'd taken more pictures!!!
|Beth Brasseur||Cynthia Jane Hart Peavey|
My name is Bethany Peavey Brasseur. Cynthia J Hart Peavey was my 3rd great (I believe) grandmother she was married to George W. Peavey b. 6-3-1824.
|Starla||Searching for Linda Lou Wick|
I think Linda Lou is my first cousin. I sent an email to your comcast address with many details surrounding my search. Her mother and my mother are sisters that lost each somewhere in the 1940's.
Added by Starla on May 17, 2013 7:11 PM
|Dennis and Heather||RE: Sawyer|
Hi Susan! Thank you so much for the transfer. It means a lot. :)
|Dennis and Heather||Sawyer|
Hi Susan, we have spoken quite a bit in the past about the family. Are you set on holding on to the Sawyer (my great-grandparents) memorials in Woodward? Heather
|Carey Rodd||RE: Augusta Hart|
Transferred August Hart to you. The town history does not have much on her except that she is buried near George Hart and may have been a relative. She may have been born in Ohio and at some point lived in Lowell, Mass. At any rate the photo is in. It would be nice to have updates to the site. No info on birth date
|Becky Bowman||RE: Green family|
With pleasure! I love to take photos of stones that catch my eye or of families I think people may be looking for.
I am so glad they will be in good hands!
I realize this is a Medium Helicopter Squadron but I wasn't sure.
DENNIS JOSEPH REARDON
unknown burial location
Find A Grave Memorial# 65579264
|Janet||RE: Ebern Sawyer|
Thanks so much. No problem. I'll do my best to credit those who are responsible for the originals.
Added by Janet on Jan 31, 2011 11:02 PM
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