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David Vincent (#46523982)
 member for 14 years, 8 months, 7 days
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I am a baseball historian collecting data on the graves of players.
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 • 38 Memorials Added
 • 48 Memorials Managed
 • 103 Photos
 • 8 Famous Bios
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RE: Our Lady Queen of Heaven Cemetery
Hi David,

I have updated and transferred Margaret Cox Vincent's memorial to you.

Best regards,
Added by FullOBlarney on Oct 18, 2016 6:00 PM
Olive's Branch
RE: John Wilson #122125134
I love that. I make that error all the time. It's just a number. We're as young as we feel. Valerie
Added by Olive's Branch on Oct 10, 2016 4:27 PM
Olive's Branch
Ha! I see you have been a member of Find A Grave for 14 years! I'm stepping away quietly... Valerie
Added by Olive's Branch on Oct 10, 2016 4:16 PM
Olive's Branch
RE: John Wilson #122125134
Hi David,

Well, that's good enough for me. I tell you what. I'll accept your edits as submitted and transfer these memorials to you. That way you can make changes as needed.

Thank you so much for sharing those wonderful portraits, and welcome to Find A Grave!

Added by Olive's Branch on Oct 10, 2016 4:15 PM
Olive's Branch
John Wilson #122125134

Thank you so much for contributing those great portraits of the Wilsons. Before I accept your edits regarding their names, dates of birth and death, could you share your proof? A family bible or death certificate, for instance? I did see a John Wilson listed in the MD Vital Records Index who died on 11 Dec 1927, but he died in Frederick County MD, not Crisfield. I was not able to find an obituary for him. I do see his birth date 19 Oct 1886 on a WWI draft registration card.

John Wilson was not the young pitcher for the Red Socks, was he, who made all those errors in that loss to Washington in 1927?

Thanks, Valerie
Added by Olive's Branch on Oct 10, 2016 3:17 PM
"Boojum" Jud Wilson
Jud Wilson, which was how he was known during his
playing days,was elected to and inducted into
Baseball's Hall of Fame in 2006. His Nickname came from the sound his line drives made when they bounced off the fence. Take Care!
Don Little,Jr
Added by amblinalong on Nov 19, 2010 6:01 PM
David Edsall
Julian Olevsky
Thank you for pointing me to Estela Olevsky's website and the biography of Julian. I never had the good fortune to hear him play in person, but I have attended several of Estela's concerts, and admire her versatility and wide-ranging musical interests.
Best wishes, David
Added by David Edsall on Apr 27, 2010 10:24 PM

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