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David C. Henderson (#47067566)
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Tom Jackson
Donald Sier
I accepted the edit for Donald's middle name. The Obit didn't give his middle name, just curious if you knew him or are related to know it was Anthony.
Added by Tom Jackson on Sep 27, 2016 9:24 AM
Bronx Cop
SGT Vincent Michael Soranno
I added photos to this memorial that you created. You had him listed in an unknown cemetery. Can you please update your memorial to reflect that he is buried in Old St. Raymond's Cemetery in the Bronx, in Section 11? Thank you for your good work. - Kevin
Added by Bronx Cop on Aug 26, 2016 9:40 AM
Scott Neidert
Are you family of Eugene Newton?

Not sure I if you have a local office max or office depot but I think they will scan and email for a fee. I can send you a check after to reimburse you. My email address is Or if you get copies you can mail them.
Scott Neidert
18130 Road 20P
Fort Jennings, Ohio 45844

Let me know what works for you. Thank you your for your help.
Added by Scott Neidert on Aug 22, 2016 8:32 AM
Scott Neidert
Lieut Eugene L. Newton
I am doing research on a plane crash that happened near where I grew up. Can you give me any more information on this gentleman? Looking for a picture or anything else. Thanks!

Added by Scott Neidert on Aug 17, 2016 5:34 AM
PFC David Frank Workman
Thank you so much for creating David's Memorial on Find a Grave. David was my cousin and we were just a year apart in age, and although it was almost 48 years ago, it still seems like it just happened. I had thought that this was the correct cemetery because his grandparents are buried there also. I was so happy to discover it so soon after you created it. It looks like you specialize in veterans' memorials, and I commend you for that. It is a great thing you are doing to preserve their memories and their stories.
Thank you again.
Gail Henry
Added by Anonymous on Aug 05, 2016 8:56 PM
Heather Traffanstedt
Harvey Harold Lyons
I just wanted to inform you that you put the wrong parents for Harvey Harold Lyons. (He was my grandmas father) His parents names were Richard and Ruby Lyons. They do not have a memorial on here but I have a photo of their gravestone sitting right in from of me.
Added by Heather Traffanstedt on Jul 24, 2016 1:54 PM
Floral Designer
Please link mother to Andrew ..
Will get yr another time .ipad will not
Let me zoom in ..thanks
Added by Floral Designer on Jul 22, 2016 10:23 AM
Find A Grave Memorial# 119808117
Your memorial for Richard Wolfe is not correct.

I have submitted the correction for his place of death, which was Melrose Park, Cook County, IL.

Please change your bio - he did not die in the line of duty.

He was on holiday leave, and was struck by a car, in Melrose Park.

The article appears in the Chicago Tribune, 2 Jan 1951. His obit appears the next day.

I would attach the article, but am unable to do so.
Added by KJJ on Jul 07, 2016 12:15 PM
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
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