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David C. Henderson (#47067566)
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Jo Reamer
Harold Freeman
Harold Freeman was my uncle
Added by Jo Reamer on Jun 21, 2016 5:37 PM
Patricia Graham
John Joseph Dunn
John was my uncle-my mother,s brother. I have a photo of him in uniform on the ship, and a log book from the USS Seattle where his death was recorded at sea by the Captain. John had falsified his birth date and the Captain noted that the crew realized his young age and called him "Dunnie-A sort of Mascot! I did not know there was a medal and am glad he was rewarded for his love of the Navy and our great country. I also have a copy of the inquest on his death during " The Captain,s Gig " -so sad .He was so proud to be a "sailor " Thank You for being there.I think of him often ! My MOM said there was a bronze plaque in his hometown high school , but I have been unable to locate it. Many thanks to any and all contributors
Added by Patricia Graham on Jun 19, 2016 12:18 AM
Audrey Cawthorn
Terry Moore
will you add parents
Father 165212155
Mother 91164520
Added by Audrey Cawthorn on Jun 17, 2016 12:28 PM
Diane Williams Livingston
Jack Anthony Fuson Evergreen Cemetery
Memorial # 100664117

my husband served with Jack in Vietnam and a couple of years ago we went to the Evergreen Cemetery to pay our respects. The office could not locate his grave. Could you please provide directions from the cemetery office to Jack Fuson's grave in the Fuson Family Plot. We will be back in OH this summer and would like to try again. Thank you so much. Lonny & Diane Livingston, Tampa, FL
Added by Diane Williams Livingston on May 07, 2016 2:44 PM
E Cook
Memorial# 86812186
Thanks much for your assistance with this memorial and the transfer. Stay well.


Added by E Cook on Mar 25, 2016 9:11 AM
George McSheffrey
# 159546297
Thank you for this David. George was my grandfather's brother.

Kind regards,
George McSheffrey
Dublin, Ireland
Added by George McSheffrey on Mar 18, 2016 9:57 AM
Sue Seeterlin Rice
Thomas Harrison 118649682
Hi David,

A photo posted on your memorial for Thomas. There is a duplicate, but I chose yours for my project.
Dup is 128178129.

Thanks for all of your findagrave contributions.
Added by Sue Seeterlin Rice on Mar 17, 2016 7:43 AM
Joe Leong
SSG Gerald R. Hwang
Left a pic of SSG Hwang. lmk when you see it. joe
Added by Joe Leong on Dec 11, 2015 4:44 PM
Honor The Dead
William Egan Shaw memorial
Hello, sorry, didn't find your memorial as I posted another for William Egan Shaw.
I came across his grave in St. Paul's cemetery in Hingham, MA. And created memorial ID: 155673413

We should merge these. I am fairly new to this. let me know if you want to take the photos that I have posted, or how you want to proceed.
Added by Honor The Dead on Dec 07, 2015 1:42 PM
Lorraine Boardman
PVT Frank Lee Peters # 139615704
Hello David,

I have recently been researching the servicemen and women who were buried at Magdalen Hill Cemetery in Winchester, Hampshire England in WW1. I live in the same road as this cemetery so it has become of great interest to me. During my research I discovered that there were 551 US Service Personnel buried there. In 1920 The Home Office contacted the local council to request their assistance in exhumations of the deceased service personnel. The families of the deceased were consulted and asked for their requests for the final resting place of their loved ones. Many of the Servicemen/women were returned to their families in the US. Some were re-interred in the Brookwood Military Cemetery in Surrey and only 6 remained in Winchester. During the course of my research I came across the following record and thought you might like the information:

Frank Peters, died at Easton Military Hospital in the South Of England. He was 22 yrs old. Buried 14 January 1918. Exhumed 23 April 1920. There is no record of him at Brookwood Cemetery, which would suggest he was returned to his family in the US. The cause of death is not given but I have learnt that many of his fellow servicemen were dying of pneumonia and especially influenza.

This may be the same serviceman in your memorial. I hope this small snippet of information may be of use to you.

Best Regards,

Added by Lorraine Boardman on Nov 30, 2015 4:30 AM
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