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Didier Pinšon
RE: Truslow
Dear Dennis,

Thank you very much for your answer.

I understand, so please contact me when you will be back home.

have a nice thanksgiving.

best regards Didier

Added by Didier Pinšon on Nov 27, 2014 2:19 PM
Didier Pinšon
Herbert Bryson Truslow
My name is Didier Pinšon, I'm French, I'm living close to the D-day beaches in France.
With my wife and our son, we are members of an association whose name is"The flowers of the memory". The grave of US soldier Herbert Bryson Truslow who gave his live to save our country in 1944, was attributed to us many years ago, so we clean and we flourish the grave many times per year and we do it with pleasure and respect.
Today, we would like to find the family of this great soldier from USA, but it is very hard, and we don't have much information. If I contact you today, it is because his name is Herbert B. Truslow, but we don't have much information: we only know he was born in Hawaii, parents were Herbert A. Truslow, and Nora Johntone Truslow.
Herbert was born in 1916, and sadly died on June 26, 1944 here in France., we know too, his parents moved to Monterey CA, and he had a sister whose name was Patricia, she was born in 1917, and she maried with a man whose name was Charles B. Linton, but no more info.
Can you please help us in our search?
I thank you very much for your answer.

best regards Didier
Added by Didier Pinšon on Nov 27, 2014 8:18 AM
Kari Olson
RE: Ellen Ester Rolston Niswander headstone
thanks Dennnis Im sorry about JEM....
Added by Kari Olson on Nov 22, 2014 12:56 PM
Evelyn Sue Pugh Hewitt
RE: Mary L. Neese
I found a way to add the information to a photo I had so thank you for letting me know. In the future, I'll add photos and include the obit this way, it seems to work nicely.
Added by Evelyn Sue Pugh Hewitt on Nov 15, 2014 8:51 PM
RE: #95150464
I am so sorry for your loss and the loss of a contributor to Find A Grave. Your response is appreciated.
Added by Debra on Nov 15, 2014 1:03 PM
Lindsey Bowden
RE: Obituaries
Mr. Dennis,

Thanks for letting me know. I am sorry to hear that Mr. Jim passed away. I never met him, but he seemed like he really cared about doing genealogy.

Added by Lindsey Bowden on Nov 14, 2014 4:37 PM
Sgt Daxter
RE: Joan Ennis Pugh
I always check out any changes also. All the memorials I manage are descendants of Rudolph Hawpe or their spouses, so I have the information in my data base. I entered a memorial for her mother and the name Leah comes from Joan's grandmother. They are all linked now.

Thanks again
D. Hawpe
Added by Sgt Daxter on Nov 06, 2014 12:43 PM
Sgt Daxter
RE: Joan Ennis Pugh
Here's source of information for middle name of Leah. I am related thru the Dettor Family.

North Carolina, Marriage Index, 1741-2004
about Joan Leah Ennis

Name: Joan Leah Ennis
Gender: Female
Birth Date: abt 1947
Age: 18
Spouse: James Alvin Dettor Jr.
Spouse Gender: Male
Spouse Age: 20
Marriage Date: 28 May 1965
Marriage Location: Reidsville
Marriage County: Rockingham
Marriage State: North Carolina

D. Hawpe
Added by Sgt Daxter on Nov 06, 2014 5:30 AM
Louis Slade
Minnie Bryant
My wife is the great grand daughter of Franklin & Emma Bryant. Yes, they did have a daughter Minnie Bell Bryant who was married to Hawsie Hilet Truslow. They are both buried in the Eagle Rock Baptist Church Cemetery, Eagle Rock, Botetourt County, Virginia, USA.
Added by Louis Slade on Oct 21, 2014 6:44 PM
A AAA American at Find A Grave
RE: Alexander Galvin Fitzgerald
Dear Dennis Truslow,


The truth sometimes is not what you may want to see but it is to be.

As in the Nelson County Court House and Records the Yankees under Custer made quite a mess even today if you go into our clerks office you will see all that spilled on purpose India ink spilt in the record books.

People forget about the first County Seat of Nelson County, Colleen, which had been Amherst also. My kin, Harvey's is where all Nelson County records of survey begin there.

Please add me as your friend. On Find a Grave here too.


Jonathan Robert De Mallie
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Sep 22, 2014 6:44 PM
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