|Ann Day||RE: Robt. Acker|
Hope you find him!
Added by Ann Day on May 22, 2016 9:37 AM
|jason||RE: James Gillian|
My pleasure. .and thank you for your service.
Added by jason on Apr 02, 2016 7:08 AM
|Sharon W||RE: Thomas Fetters|
You're very welcome.
Added by Sharon W on Feb 21, 2016 3:25 PM
|jeff cox||RE: Mary Shiplee-Cox|
Funny, was just talking to my father about this the other weekend. He is not sure when they married but were probably married in Delaware. Herman Cox is my grandfather and Mae was his 2nd wife.
If you want to email me directly, my email is hansmansgarage at Hotmail.com and I may be able to help out a little more with details.
Here is a link to some info on the Shiplee family. I am only related through marriage so have not done too much research:
Added by jeff cox on Aug 03, 2015 3:21 AM
|George Olson||RE: EOCN Gay J. Theisen|
No problem, glad to help out especially for a vet. Have a good one.
|Family Searcher||Seabees in Viet Nam|
When you sered in the Seabees did you ever come across a BUC Dave Marcos? I met him back in 1979 when I did hometown recruiting. Just wondering.
|C.M. Wright||RE: Butts Grave Stone|
Dave, I guess the caregivers live in the commun ity. Next chance I get I will go to the convience store stop and ask who might have the cemetery records. Thye have a P.O. but town hall or city hall, I do not know where it is but can also inquire.
|Family Searcher||James Parkhill|
I'm a cousin to the James R. Parkhill you thought might be a former shipmate of yours in Vietnam.
There have been many men in our family named James Parkhill. In addition to James R. who served in Korea there is James W. who served in the Civil War on the Union side, James Parkhill, Jr a veteran of the War of 1812, and his father, my G-g-g-g-Grandfather James Parkhill who was an American Patriot in the American Revolution.
Thanks for your service as well.
You are welcome. I hope you find your answer. I did notice that there is no burial information for Dorothy Sisson. You might be able to look her up in the phone book and request additional information. Just a thought.
Added by Garczar on Mar 29, 2010 11:42 AM
|DonZas||Jack L. Meyer|
I think you might be talking about the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. My suggestion if that you request a photo at that particular cemetery. Usually there are people taking pictures at all the National cemetery's at any given time. I took the picture when I went down for a burial several years ago.
Added by DonZas on Feb 02, 2010 5:15 PM
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