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Laura Phillips (#47011310)
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Bio Photo I started using Findagrave for my genealogy research and am now adding the veterans who have passed away from the obituaries in my hometown newspaper.

I am also involved in helping the people in the Netherlands find information about the US soldiers they have adopted who are buried in Margraten Cemetery.

I live in Florida, originally from Pennsville, NJ. My families are Zimmerman, Brandriff, Earl, Harris and Abel all from the Cumberland County area of New Jersey.
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Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland
Technical Sergeant Leo M. Cawdrey
Technical Sergeant Leo M. Cawdrey was lost on D-Day of the invasion of Sicily: 10 July 1943. His body was never accounted for and his name is inscribed on the Wall of Missing of the Carthage Cemetery in Tunis, North Africa.

I have just finished (10 July 2015) the project "They stayed behind", the story of the temporary American GELA Cemetery on Sicily, where over 1,200 men and women have been buried between July 1943 and April 1947. If his remains would have been found, he would probably have been buried at Gela.

It is available on DVD. I have added a chapter "missing in action". You took a picture of the Wall of Missing or of his cenotaph or added a newspaperclipping and I would like to ask your permission to use the picture you took on my DVD. Of course you will be credited

thank you

Jan Bos
Nijmegen, Holland
Added by Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Ho... on Jul 29, 2015 2:40 PM
JC
RE: Barbara Ann Elliott
thank you so much!
Added by JC on Jul 11, 2015 8:45 AM
JC
Barbara Ann Elliott
Hi, this is a new memorial you added to Eglington Cemetary. This is my mother. My name is Carol Maia. Can this please be transferred to me? thank you.
Added by JC on Jul 11, 2015 8:31 AM
William Stark
Amandus Rowe
Thanks, Laura.
Added by William Stark on Jun 02, 2015 4:24 PM
William Stark
Amandus Rowe
Laura:

Here is a thought. If you still have the photo of the inscription at Old Huntington, you could add it to the Andersonville memorial for Amandus (#51143052) with a notation that it may well be a cenotaph. That way Amandus is covered in both cemeteries.

Bill
Added by William Stark on Jun 02, 2015 3:08 PM
William Stark
Amandus Rowe #40891082
Amandus also has a memorial for his headstone at Andersonville National Cemetery, #51143052. The inscription at Old Huntington could very well be a cenotaph. The U.S. Government contends that he is buried at Andersonville National Cemetery.
Added by William Stark on Jun 02, 2015 9:43 AM
Debra Brooks-Manall
Thank You
Hi Laura,

Thanks so much for visiting my Dad's grave site at the Gloucester County Veterans Cemetery website. It would mean alot to him knowing you were thinking of him when you wrote a message for his family to cherish.
Added by Debra Brooks-Manall on May 29, 2015 9:46 AM
Hochi
Lois Taylor
Bio has been added for Lois Taylor
Added by Hochi on May 28, 2015 5:25 AM
Sue Katherine Barlow Pace
Another Child
On the Obituary information for William Hamilton Adams, there is a child named Ned Adams, He had a twin brother named Ted Adams who also died as an infant, I have their certificates. Please add his name to the listing of the children of William and his wife Delia Clarise Adams. William and Delia's son Royale Roy Adams is my Grandfather. Of course he died before I was born in 1935 so I never met him.
Added by Sue Katherine Barlow Pace on May 18, 2015 7:15 PM
William Stark
George Emmons
Memorial #40890971 states that George was in Battery B, 1st Ohio Light Artillery however he is not listed in the Official Roster of Ohio Soldiers. Where di you get your information?
Added by William Stark on May 12, 2015 11:19 PM
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