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|Bonnie Shirley Amery||John Powers memorial #37245055|
Thank You for your flower tribute. The details helped me to link him with his family.
Bonnie Shirley Amery
|Alan Eugene Koch||Blanche Greer|
Thanks so very much for transferring Blanche to my account. She is a very important part of my ancestry.
|George Foulds||RE: transfer of James Kent|
Think you I understand.
Isaas Kent is my 5th Great Grand father
|Virginia Brown||Maude Russell|
Thank you VERY much for the transfer of Maude's memorial. It means a lot to me. I sincerely appreciate your thoughtfulness and hope someone does something nice for you in return.
|Peggy Sutherlin||Inez Haynes.|
Colonel D. Inez Haynes
10th Chief, Army Nurse Corps
© Mary T. Sarnecky
D'Lorz Inez Haynes was the first child born to the farming family of Floyd and Lola Rampey Haynes on 3 June 1909 in Paint Rock, Texas. She and her three brothers and sister grew up in the country around San Angelo, Texas. After her 1929 graduation from Miles High School in Miles, Texas, Haynes entered nursing school at Scott and White Hospital in Temple, Texas. As a newly registered nurse, Haynes listened to friends and family who spoke of the exploits of the Army nurses of World War I and she decided to join the Army. She applied to enter service at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas and began her career in the Army Nurse Corps, coming to active duty in 1933. Haynes spent six years as an operating room nurse at Fort Sam Houston and two additional years in the same role at Sternberg General Hospital in the Philippines. Six months before the Japanese invasion, she transferred to a brief assignment at Fort Lewis, Washington, and subsequently to Fort Worden, Washington. In 1942, Haynes again served in the operating room, this time at Walter Reed General Hospital. For the duration of World War II and in its aftermath, she served as chief nurse of several general hospitals in Europe and in the Pacific. In 1947, Haynes became chief nurse of the First Army Area in New York. In 1949, she began a four year tenure in the ANC Career Management Branch in the Surgeon General's Office. From 1953 until 1955, Haynes earned her bachelor of science in nursing at the University of Minnesota. In 1954, Haynes became the deputy chief of the Army Nurse Corps. In October 1955, she began her four-year term as the tenth chief of the Army Nurse Corps.1
Colonel Inez Haynes retired from the Army Nurse Corps on 31 August 1959.2 She immediately began a second career as general director and secretary of the National League for Nursing on 1 September 1959 and continued in that position until June 1969. At that time, she joined the faculty of the College of Nursing at the University of Texas. One year later she relocated to El Reno, Oklahoma, to care for her widowed mother and served at Oklahoma University, assisting the faculty in obtaining grants and funding.3 In her later years, Haynes finally had time to enjoy painting, art appreciation, symphonic music, and travel.4 At the same time, Haynes dedicated time and effort to civic endeavors as well. She actively supported the United Fund, Salvation Army, the local Junior College, the County Hearing Association, and other organizations in the community. She passed away on 29 May 1997 in El Reno, Oklahoma.5
Photo of Colonel Haynes
Inez Haynes, Interview by Carole A. Burke, 1987, Project No. 87-14, transcript, Senior Officer Oral History Program, U.S. Army Military History Institute, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania; Mary Elizabeth Ambrose, "A Curriculum Vitae of Colonel Inez Haynes, ANC," January 1975, unpublished manuscript; "Colonel Inez Haynes Retires as Chief, Army Nurse Corps," 3 September 1959, press release; both in ANC Archives, U.S. Army Center of Military History, Washington, D.C.
Mary Elizabeth Ambrose, "A Curriculum Vitae of Colonel Inez Haynes, ANC," January 1975, unpublished manuscript, ANC Archives, U.S. Army Center of Military History, Washington, D.C.
"Colonel Inez Haynes," NLN News (July 1949); "Inez Haynes Resigns as Director, June '69," NLN News 16 (September-October 1968): 1; "Both ANA and NLN to Lose Executive Directors," American Journal of Nursing 68 (November 1968): 2328-2330; Inez Haynes, Interview by Carole A. Burke, 1987, Project No. 87-14, 217-220, transcript, Senior Officer Oral History Program, U.S. Army Military History Institute, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania.
Patricia Wiggins, "Job Takes Place of Family for New Army Nurses' Boss," Cleveland Plain Dealer (28 August 1955), news clipping in Maley Collection, AMEDD Museum, Fort Sam Houston, Texas; Inez Haynes, Interview by Carole A. Burke, 1987, Project No. 87-14, 257-258, transcript, Senior Officer Oral History Program, U.S. Army Military History Institute, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania.
"Parade Rest," The Connection, Retired Army Nurse Corps Association 22 (June 1997): 9; "In Memoriam," The Connection, Retired Army Nurse Corps Association 22 (September 1997): 12.
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|J Strosnider||Winnie Strsonider|
Thank you for posting the obituary for Winnie Strosnider. I had not found one!
|Bev||Klein family update|
￼I sent you more details on the Klein family in an email with attached pdf file. Hope that helps fill in some of the blanks!
Added by Bev on May 17, 2015 3:54 PM
alice johnson would have been my great grandmother i did not even know where she was buried at, how do we find out the cause of death her birthplace and parents names thank you
|LGDSpurgeon||RE: George Phares|
Emily, sorry for not replying so quickly as we had company for almost a week. George Phares is my wife's great-grand uncle.
• The posted OK obituary on F.A.G. incorrectly lists either his age -or- his birthyear of 1843. When checking a date calculator, one of these obit figures had to be a misprint by 6 years. His Census enumerations in life, including the Twelfth of 1900, support the 1849 date. My date calculator tool reports Dec 5 whereby several Internet trees, including the LDS, display Dec 6 rather.
• Also, George's middle name is "Negley", which was his great-grandmother Sarah's maiden name also.
• George Negley PHARES married Mary Isabel MAPLE Aug 31, 1875 in , Sedgwick county, Kansas.
(We have located her time & place of death, but still no burial location or a confirmed memorial yet).
My best regards, -L
|Kayla Snyder||James Mat Winn|
Thank you for finding & posting the obituary for my great grandfather. This confirms most of what I knew, accept the cause of death & date. Thank you for finding it!
Kayla (Winn) Snyder
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