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Brian R. Jack (#46820840)
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Bio Photo My name is Brian Ross Jack, born 29 July 1928 in Best, Reagan County, Texas. I was raised in Washington State, served in the US Army for 27 years with 20 years overseas. Served in the WWII Occupation of Japan, Korean War and Vietnam War, 3 years in Alaska, 1 year on Eniwetok Atoll in the Marshall Islands,a 3 year tour in Livorno, Italy, retired from the Army Security Agency. Then served another 18 years with the Department of the Defense in Northern Virginia. Moved to 5108 Dewdrop Lane, Fort Worth, TX 76123 in 1992. Diagnosed with cancer in 1994, due to Agent Orange in the Vietnam War in 1966, It was sucessfully removed by surgery and I was delcared 80% disabled plus 20% for unemployability by the Veterans Administration.
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Angela Cable
RE: Martha Jack
Plot numbers you mean? Don't worry about it overmuch, the city keeps changing their minds about who's buried in which plot exactly. I like having them there though so that people researching can have a clue to family relationships. I mean if you find your male ancestor and don't know who he married but there's a woman the right age buried next to him according to the plot numbers, probably his wife. Right now I'm attempting to find all the ones that have no plot number and getting that added in.
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Angela M. Cable
Added by Angela Cable on Apr 27, 2014 8:27 PM
Susan
JACQUES/JAQUES/GIAUQUE
Hello Brian,
I just noticed that we have duplicate memorials:

My Great, Great Grandparents:
Theophilus Aime Jaques/Jacques 16625589 / mine 29894673
Wife of Theophilus:
Mary Aellion Miser, Jaques/Jacques 16625528 / mine 29895255

My Great Grandmother:
Susannah/Susie Frantz, Jaques/Jacques 16625555 / 30100113

Son of Theophilus and Mary:
Frank M. Jaques/Jacques 30661877/forgot to write your's
His wife Lillian May 16625496 / 30662246

I know you entered all of the above in 2006 and I had no idea they were there ... different spelling. The original name is Giauque and was changed to either Jacques and Jaques. Headstones and obituaries are with both spellings. I've even seen headstones with Jaeques. Ancestors from France/Switzerland.

Please let me know if I may leave my memorials. I've researched the family for years and would like to maintain my memorials on f.a.g.

Hope to hear from you. Susan

Added by Susan on Jan 24, 2014 3:45 PM
Jeanetta DeBusk
Second Cousins
Brian, I believe we are second cousins! My Great-grandfather is Thomas Jefferson Gillespie Jack. Yesterday, I met Nina West at the library in Lamesa, Dawson Co., and she was immediately interested that I was looking for information on TG Jack. I left her my information and she called me in a couple of hours to tell me she had located information you provided her about your family, including TG Jack. My grandmother was Maud Louise Jack Rankin and my mother, Eva Louise Rankin Rowden. I'm applying for membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution. I'd like to find some more verification that TG Jack is the son of Thomas Porterfield Jack. TG's death certificate shows his father is "Jack". No first name of his father or mother. I found TG's obituary which does not mention his parents. I also visited the Lamesa Memorial Cemetary and took pictures of headstones for TG and Martha Jack, George E and Lillian Jack, Wright and Texie Jack, Orville and Ruth (Jack) Weir, and Hilton Jack. I'd be willing to share these photos if you are interested in them. And, if you have any verification to prove relationship between TG and Thomas P, I'd be thrilled to have it. I'm always glad to find new cousin's and am so happy to have found you! Would love to hear from you.
Jeanetta DeBusk
Added by Jeanetta DeBusk on Apr 21, 2013 5:42 PM
Keoni LaGasa
John Jack Family
Brian, I believe you are my cousin and I am trying and my family has been trying to reconnect with lost relatives of our Jack Family. My grandmother was Jean Guthrie Jack of John and Margaret McNair Steel Jack of Largs, Scotland. Here is the family names.

John Jack and Margaret McNair Steel-Jack

John Jack
Margaret (Peggy) Jack
Jessie Jack
Jean Guthrie Jack
Eric Steel Jack

I know that Eric Steel Jack married Gabriella Ramos on July 31, 1940 and had a daughter. My dad has been trying to find his cousins
Added by Keoni LaGasa on Feb 06, 2013 8:10 PM
kimberly martin
Marvin and Freda Jack relationship
I was wondering if you are related to Marvin & Freda Jack. I am there grand daughter and my father is there youngest son.
Added by kimberly martin on Jul 19, 2012 9:40 AM
AMB
Adam Jack's father
Yes, Adam Jack's father was James Jack III, who was born March 17, 1726, in Chester Co., Pennsylvania, and died before 1801.

If I stated otherwise, it was an error of statement, and I apologize.

I tried emailing you, but it bounced back as undeliverable.

Added by AMB on Apr 30, 2012 7:05 AM
Jen Peel
RE: Jack family
HI Brian,
You may email me direct at jenpeel63@yahoo.com.

Regards, Jen
Added by Jen Peel on Apr 21, 2012 8:57 AM
Dwayne Crandall
Sidney Crandall 1906-1980
I'm trying to sort out the Sidney Crandalls in my line. Seems you have Doris May Barker as both mother and spouse???
Added by Dwayne Crandall on Dec 20, 2011 9:57 AM
Brenda Sunday
RE: Alice C. & Edward W. Jack
You are very welcome!
Added by Brenda Sunday on Nov 07, 2011 5:17 PM
Roibeard53
RE: Anzonnette Price Jacks
You're very welcome. It took me longer and more times looking than it should have to find her grave site, but I was doing a lot of requests in that cemetery. The name Anzonette is unique especially for that time so finding her site was in my mind frequently. It seems silly but each time I did look for her I would say to myself "OK, Anzonnette, where are you?"

I'm glad you liked it.
Added by Roibeard53 on Aug 17, 2011 10:11 AM
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