|Lonnie Hoover (#47262059)|
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Capt Lonnie Ray Hoover|
Unites States Marine Corps
I have been researching my family tree for over 30 years. I have over 50,000 relatives in my Ancestry.com tree.
My wife and I have sold our ranch and are now living in an RV. We will be on the road for at least three or four years, I want to visit and photograph all the cemeteries where my relatives are buried. My roots start in Virginia and North Carolina, I am starting there and working my way west.
One of my projects was to HONOR my fellow Veterans who are no longer with us, by photographing the over 20,000 memorials in the Fort Gibson National Cemetery, Ft Gibson, Oklahoma, to date I have taken photos of over 19,000 stones and added most to findagrave, then I went back, added wives and deleted all duplicates.
If I am managing one of your relatives, and they are not in my family tree, contact me and I will transfer it to you, no questions ask. Feel free to use any photo I have posted to Find A Grave, that's why I do this.
I research the family lines of my grandparents, WALSTON, LAWRENCE, WILLIS and HOOVER.
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|Dennis Rasmussen||Samuel David Lawrence|
Sorry, no headstone. He is buried next to Martha Lawrence. I did post her picture.
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||Disregard request|
I just located his stone in another cemetery and will correct. Thanks again for all your fine contributions.
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||Cpl Roger Hartness #82608938|
I see that you have taken many photos of veterans, and was hoping you might do me the favor of getting a photo. Roger is buried in Greenleaf Cem, Tahlequah, Cherokee County, OK. He served in the 1-8 Jumping Mustangs in the 1st Cav. My project includes 395 KIA's from the companies of that unit. I still have about 65 with no grave photos. Lonnie your work on Find A Grave is so wonderful. I know you must be very busy, but if you could find time in your travels, please keep Roger in mind.
Nice, kind, bio message. Thank you for your service to the country and to the Find a Grave community.
|L Evans||Annie & Hilda Hoggard|
Thank you for your kindness and generosity ..... it is appreciated very much. I will do my best to continue what you started.
Added by L Evans on Apr 13, 2015 7:31 PM
|L Evans||David Hoggard|
Thank you so very much for allowing me to care for the memorial you made for him. I get him as updated and linked as much as possible.
Added by L Evans on Apr 12, 2015 7:58 PM
Thank you for taking your time and doing this. I really appreciate what you have done. I got to see my Uncle Warren W. Rhodes's grave site for the first time, I am grateful for that. Thank you again, and thank you for your service. You are very appreciated!
The picture you put on Leorn Wallace (49684997)Florida National Cem. is not his.
Added by D.Greek on Apr 05, 2015 7:42 PM
|Jenny Stephens||Aleathia O Johnson (Harrison)|
Thank you so much for the picture of my aunts stone. She was a wonderful, sweet, and Kind human being. We all loved her so. She was my great aunt and aunt of my mother. Thank you again,
Just wanted to let you know that I happened upon the burial location of Leo Walston today while looking for someone else. You or someone else had requested a photo a while back and I was originally unable to fulfill the request because the publicly available records only cover burials up to 1985. A photo of his marker has been uploaded to his memorial.
Added by Candeux on Apr 04, 2015 3:29 PM
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