|David Bruty (#46939293)|
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Born to Henry Francis and Amanda LouElla Huffman Bruty September 2 1964 in KCMO|
Served from 1984 to 2004 in the US Navy
Married Lovette Eileen Currie in Charleston South Carolina. We have three children.
Currently living in Florida.
Hobbie include 20+ yrs of working on genealogy.
ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS A NEW SURNAME
Dear Santa; don't bring me new dishes
I don't need a new kind of game.
Genealogists have peculiar wishes
For Christmas I just want a surname
A new washing machine would be great,
But it's not the desire of my life.
I've just found an ancestor's birth date;
What I need now is the name of his wife.
My heart doesn't yearn for a ring
That would put a real diamond to shame.
What I want is a much cheaper thing;
Please give me Mary's last name.
To see my heart singing with joy,
Don't bring me a real leather suitcase,
Bring me a genealogist's toy;
A surname with dates and place.
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Amie, D.Greek, Dr. Mike, Joseph Utley, Karen, Katherine Nobli..., Maria B, MarjisAngels, Mark Smith, MassGraver, Nancy Simmons R..., Regena Mitchell, Shirley Freeze...
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|Micheal Morrow||the 140th seabees.|
hey there mr. David Bruty, I have ben doing resurch on my grandfather, I known he was in the navy and i was told he was a navy cook. but as the more I found the more stuff about him I found out he was a navy Seabee and he was in the 140th his name is in the he is on find a grave, his name is Jack Cleo Bruce, I add you as a friend on my find a grave, micheal morrow is my name, can you add him to the 140th page. I looked in the book they have that has all the mens names in it and the one you have was in there. along with my grandfathers. heres my e-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to e -mail me. I don't always get on here that much. well take care and have a blessed day mike morrow.
|Mary Ann Loss||Col. Conquest|
Hi, Please move Col. Conquest into Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery versus Leavenworth National Cemetery. His wife is already there. Thanks so much, MA
|Barnard/OConnor/Wolford||Evelyn Sieck at Ottawa Hills|
Greetings! This cemetery does not give out grave locations to photographers, citing privacy reasons. Please call (419) 536-8321 to get the exact location, as there are thousands of burials at Ottawa Hills. Thanks!
|Larry Morrison||Charles John DeNova & Jean Aileen Craven Photographs|
Thanks for your kind assistance in obtaining the photographs for the final resting place of the DeNovas. They are quite unique in that both were veterans of World War II. In reviewing the information, noted that there were fees from the cemetery for providing locations in the cemetery. If you were assessed the fees, please drop me an email at email@example.com & will make arrangements to reimburse for out of pocket expenses. Best Regards, Larry Morrison of Maumelle, Arkansas.
|Dee Winter||Jacksons in Hillsdale Cemetery|
They are all yours, David. Have fun doing the research on them. Dee
|Carla Weide Boehm||Love it!|
Don't you love it when it all comes together?
Glad you got the mystery solved.
|Brian J. Ensley||James Ray Wisler|
Thank you for taking the time to locate and photograph this for me.
|Raedeane Maughan||David Young|
I believe you posted a picture of David Young.
How are you related and where did you get this great picture?
David Young was my grandfather's brother-in-law.
His first wife was my grandfather's sister, Emma
|Phillip & Donna Jeffcoat||Harsey family in Florida|
thank you so much for the transfers of my aunt, uncle and cousin!
Thank you for the unexpected transfer of Wil's memorial. He was my uncle and godfather, and his death was a bit of a surprise.
Happy New Year.
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