James Junior Walter Dear Brad, My name is Adrea Scholnick - Miller. My dad, Irving Scholnick served on the USS Hope during WW2. When he passed away in 1997, I decided to make a website in honor of those who served aboard the ship with him. Unfortunately, he was army (medical staff) and I didn't have much in the way of military records for the Naval personnel. A few weeks ago, after almost 20 years, I obtained the muster rolls for the USS Hope and am finally able to research the men and women from the navy, and to my surprise I have all of the names, ranks and other information about people who were patients aboard the USS Hope.
Researching this is very tedious. I am trying to obtain pictures of as many men & women who set foot on the ship as I can to be included on their own personal webpage. James was a patient on the USS Hope in November of 1944.
I was wondering if I could have permission to use the pictures of James on my website. If so, what is your relation to him so I can give you the proper credit. Thank you in advance. Sincerely, Adrea Scholnick - Miller daughter of Tec 5 Irving Scholnick 5/31/22 - 8/25/97 http://www.usshope.com
Pleasant Prather I think the photo of the Civil War memorial monument you have placed on Pleasant Prather's memorial would be better placed on his son William H. Prather's memorial. Pleasant isn't listed on the memorial as far as I can see.
William Gravett Thank you for taking a picture of William's headstone. It confirms for me the his wife was buried next to him. Can you please also put this picture on her memorial #154408414? Thank you.