|David C. Henderson (#47067566)|
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|Karen Hopkins||Capt. Alan James Dean|
The information you sent has been added to his memorial page.
|B.J. Waters||Richard Wormdahl|
Thank you for the additional information for his memorial. I only wish there was a better photo of his headstone. It seems that some photographers are unable or unwilling to get down and trim around the stones. If I have a chance, I'll go get a better photo.
|Robert Harik||Lcpl Richard Allen Kosky|
FYI, Richard is buried at the St Casimir Cemetery
in Chicago Illinois. Site is Grave 6 Lot 4 Section 6.
I am in the process of acquiring a photo of Richard and his grave monument.
|mobrien699||PFC Clarence Menclewicz #115647429|
I'd like to request the transfer of the above mentioned listing. Clarence is my cousin and I am in the process of creating memorial pages for the entire Menclewicz Family.
Thank you in advance!
- Jorie Menclewicz
|TRT||Memorial# 104188578, LCpl Bocanegra|
Thank you for creating this memorial. I often wondered how Rogelio died in service of his country. He is my uncles brother who also served in the Marine Corps as others in the Bocanegra family continued to do so.
Added by TRT on Nov 23, 2014 6:40 AM
|Gerard Dupczak||Edward Cebula|
Thank you for including the information about Edward Cebula. There is an error in the memorial--Anne Cebula is his spouse, not his mother. Here is the correct information:
Edward John Cebula
2911 E. 138th, Burnham, Illinois
Spouse: Anna (Sabados) Cebula
Parent: John & Apolonia Cebula
Born 17 September 1929
Lived 22 years, 8 days
|Elizabeth Reed||William Geier|
Thank you for the burial info.
|Charles W. Sanders||SSgt. Donald Robert Sanders|
Thank you very much for the information on the location of his grave. As far as I know, he is not related to me.
|Cindy Vollbracht||RE: Verle Vollbracht|
I live in Camp Point and my husbands mom is buried in Clayton so next time were out there I will look for this one, there is a few Vollbrachts buried in Clayton, and alot of them buried in Camp Point also.
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