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Sharon Snow (#46566361)
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Bio Photo My husband and I have been married 35 years; we have two adult sons, and 3 grandchildren. I have been researching my family history for over 33 years now. I love genealogy research and walking the cemeteries looking for my ancestor's graves as well as volunteering to photograph grave stones for others on this site.

I'm a volunteer for the Cemetery & Research Association of La Porte Co. In the spring of 2013, I accepted the offer to become the liaison/historian for Patton Cemetery.

The surnames of my ancestors are: CRAIG, WHITE, RHOTEN, SQUIRES, MCCORD, TAYLOR, DAVIS, WORLEY, LEGAN, ADMIRE, SUTHERLIN/SUTHERLAND, WASSON, DUGGER, COFFEY, WEBSTER, HARPER, STEVENS, BINNEY, MARGASON, VANSCOYK, BAIN, SNOW, MILLER, MILLS. My husband's ancestors that I'm researching are: SNOW, MILLER, MILLS, IMLER, WILDT, and many others not named.
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Teri Showalter
Garry Lee Eagle
Thank you so much. I did not know that Garry had a headstone.
Teri
Added by Teri Showalter on Aug 01, 2014 7:19 AM
Teri Showalter
RE: Transferring Memorial
Thank you so much. I really appreciate it. I don't think there is a memorial set up yet for Gary Lee Eagle. I will get that done either tonight or tomorrow from the information you recently sent me.
Teri
Added by Teri Showalter on Jul 31, 2014 4:59 PM
Teri Showalter
Transferring Memorial
I was wondering if you would transfer two of your memorials to me. They are both in Patton Cemetery. Leonard Irvin Eagle #13318102 was my Great Grandfather and Leonard W. Eagle #133181107 was my Great Uncle. My contributor number is 47827945..

Thank you so much,
Teri Showalter
Added by Teri Showalter on Jul 31, 2014 10:54 AM
Teri Showalter
RE: Patton Cemetery
I have looked on ancestry.com. I do not have a membership on Fold3 but may go ahead and sign up. Thank you so much for everything.
Teri
Added by Teri Showalter on Jul 22, 2014 1:43 PM
Teri Showalter
RE: Patton Cemetery
I have another question for you...sorry to keep pestering you but I seem to be finding out more from you than anyone else. And I thank you for that. My question is, do you know how I can find out for sure when Earl Wayne Eagle was actually buried? I found the grave listed on dunelady.com but it says he was interned 5 years later in 1949. I found one article in the paper in August of 1944 that said he was killed in action in France. We have an old obituary that is not dated but says he had a full military funeral at Haverstock. Its odd because the article I found in 1944 says his mother preceeded him in death recently. The obituary that has no date says he is survived by his parents. My great grandfather had remarried so I believe this old paper clipping is referring to Earl Waynes Step mother. How can I find out for sure when the body was returned to the United States and when he was buried?
Teri
Added by Teri Showalter on Jul 19, 2014 1:39 PM
Teri Showalter
RE: Patton Cemetery
That would be great. When ever you have time. On dunelady.com I found four Eagles buried in the area. Earl Wayne Eagle, Gary Lee Eagle, Leonard Irvin Eagle (my great grandfather) and then another son of my grandfather, Leonard Wesley Eagle. He is supposed to be in Row #7, grave 14 in a section called Walker Singles. Where the other Eagles are buried.
Added by Teri Showalter on Jul 19, 2014 1:08 PM
Teri Showalter
RE: Patton Cemetery
I did not think of the dunelady website. I will try that. Is there a marker for the infant buried by Leonard Eagle? That must be the baby that I heard he had that did not survive. Thank you so much for the information.
Teri
Added by Teri Showalter on Jul 19, 2014 9:59 AM
Teri Showalter
Patton Cemetery
I had another question. I read your profile and see that you have researched Patton Cemetery. Do you happen to know of Maud Marie (Robertson) Eagle is buried there? She could possibly be buried near Earl Wayne Eagle and Leonard Eagle. She was my great grandfather, Leonard Eagle's second wife. I am trying to find out when she died and where she is buried. The obituary for Earl Wayne Eagle says his mother died previous to his death. He died in 1944 so she would have died before that. Earl Wayne Eagle was born in 1925.

Also, have you run across the surname Bogacz at Patton or any other cemetery in the area? I am looking for the resting place of Andrew Bogacz and his wife. I do not know her first name. She died prior to 1925. I am unsure when Andrew died.
Thanks so much,
Teri Showalter
Added by Teri Showalter on Jul 18, 2014 8:41 PM
Teri Showalter
Earl Wayne Eagle
Thank you so much for getting this photo for me. I really appreciate it.
Teri Showalter
Added by Teri Showalter on Jul 18, 2014 4:49 PM
Teri Showalter
Earl Wayne Eagle
Thank you so much for getting this photo for me. I really appreciate it.
Teri Showalter
Added by Teri Showalter on Jul 18, 2014 4:49 PM
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