|Jim Adcox (#46887745)|
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Served 26 years in US Air Force. Saw a lot of the world. Stationed in Taiwan, Phillipines, Germany, Japan, Vietnam, Turkey (twice). Traveled|
through at least 20 more countries or Islands. Got hooked on FAG when I was asked to find a ladies Great-grand-parents in Tallapoosa county Alabama. Walked most the graves within 10 miles of Camp Hill Al (Tallapoosa county) . Found them on my second look at one of the first places I had looked. You may use any of my photos without permission. If I fulfill your request, let me know.
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|Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War||Hampton NC Photos|
Jim, thanks very much for the great shots!
|Tom B||amos van schoyck pic|
please delete the photos of Amos's gravestone. It is a black person gravestone from the military records. My Amos is white. Thanks.
Added by Tom B on Sep 04, 2016 11:24 AM
|Daisy Taylor||Kenny Deskins|
Thank you so much for your time and the photo for Kenny Deskins, much appreciated.
|Ancestral Sleuth||Thomas Cristie|
Thank you for the great photos of Thomas' headstone, much appreciated!
|Steven M||Joseph Albrecht|
Thanks for notifying me that he was re-buried in Minnesota. I have send a message to Find a Grave to possibly get this situation fixed.
Added by Steven M on Jul 03, 2016 7:38 AM
|VHawk||Thanks so much!|
Hey, Jim -- Thank you so much for getting the photos of my grandmother's side of my grandparents' headstone. You photographed Nellie Pelton's stone from Hampton National Cemetery. Grandma died in California, and we were able to meet back in Virginia to get her remains back with Grandpa's -- but then we all left town and were never able to see her headstone. And your timing was great: tomorrow would've been her 104th birthday. This is such a terrific thing that you do... my family's very grateful to you.
Added by VHawk on Apr 28, 2016 1:27 PM
Thank you for the photo and all the efforts you take to make Find A Grave what it is today.
Added by Capt on Apr 28, 2016 12:59 AM
|Brock Ragus||ROOSEVELT BRITT JR.|
Thanks for the photos of SFC Britt's cemetery marker in Horton Vet Cemetery. He was my drill sergeant in basic training at Fort Polk before Vietnam service. No one ever forgets their drill sergeant.
|Marea DeRosa||Regarding Franklin Boring|
Thank you Jim for taking the time out of your day to locate my cousin, Frank who was buried in
Albert G. Horton Jr. Memorial Veterans Cemetery located in Suffolk, Suffolk City, Virginia, United States of America.
Memorial #: 152932491.
It means a lot to me to have a picture of his grave.
|Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War||John Sammon|
Thanks for the great shots!
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