|David C. Henderson (#47067566)|
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|Helen Poland||Brian E. Easley|
You said you are a cousin to Brian? If that is correct can you put me in touch with Shirley, I'm working on family history and need info on James Laws"Jimmy" Easley's mother--Sara Agnes McAuley also known as Agnes Kazep, Sallie A. Williams and then Sallie A. Easley
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for any help you can provide.
|Thomas Clark||William D. Trent|
Thank you so much for the transfer of this site to us.
|Edwin Griffin||James Thomas McMaster|
Find A Grave Memorial# 139232088. James was in my unit when killed. The date should be 15 Apr 1968. I was his Company Commander. I did not want to correct the record in case he was your family.
|champerdog||Smn Harry H. Adams|
Dear Sir, I am researching information as it relates to Smn. Harry H. Adams. Any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
|kck||Frank Yesia 149597689|
You can find more information about Frank on the Thomas K. West memorial #69286178. They, along with four other crew members, are buried together in Czechoslovakia.
Added by kck on Oct 18, 2015 3:21 PM
|david strickland||larry duckett|
THANK YOU for the very moving bio
|Jody Aiello||Eugene Greenslit Memorial#100921974|
Hello, I wanted to let you know that the date of death for Mr. Greenslit was 12 March 1926. He died in Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri.
His death certificate says he is buried in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
I am descended from the Greenslits. Feel free to turn this memorial over to me. I'd be honored to take care of it.
Thanks ~ Jody
|11thacrkia||Thomas F Ganion|
Thomas F Ganion # 64978927. Photo added.
Thomas was in my unit in Vietnam. Regards - Allen, 11th ACR 1966-1967
|Debra ||Roscoe Gibbons # 112536567|
Your memorial for Pvt Gibbons says he died in the line of duty in Manila. He actually died from illness at Camp Thomas, Chickamunga GA. The conditions at the camp were deplorable with typhoid fever, dysentery, and malaria causing the deaths of hundreds of soldiers.
My own Great Grandfather was a member of the same unit as Pvt Gibbons.
Thanks for all your efforts on the behalf of so many soldiers.
Added by Debra on Sep 08, 2015 2:59 AM
|Chris Maxbauer||Edward Jiede|
Thank you so much for having te information online. I knew my uncle was a Marine pilot and killed in Hawaii. I also knew that is where he was buried until my grandparents brought him home two years later. But this matters to me and I cannot thank you enough.
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