|Ronald Baxter (#47272795)|
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If I have added a name of one of your friends or relatives and you wish to own it yourself, let me know and I will transfer it to you. Also, if I have offended anyone, please let me know and I will remove the memorial of your loved one. I don't mean to offend anyone. All memorials are created out of respect. I enjoy doing this so again please except my deepest sympathy for your lose & anything I can do to help I will sure try my best!!! |
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|MissPat||Charles E. Sons|
Sorry, but the information on the memorial is all I have, so I'm not able to help you. Sorry......
Added by MissPat on Jan 28, 2015 3:57 PM
|Long Black Veil||Ewell L Everman|
The link you sent was for Ewell L Everman. Ewell could not have been at a camp in Mississippi in the early 1940', because he would have been far to young, since he was born on Jan 12, 1930.
Thank you for all your work on find a grave, which helps many others.
|Imagraver||Willard O. & Hannah Butterfield|
I'm looking for information on the family of Willard O. & Hannah (?) Butterfield. I believe that their son, your Worden "Warren" T. Butterfield and his son, Charles Allen "Charley" Butterfield are in your family. I'm working on
Worden's sister, Mellisa L. Butterfield, side of the family. She married John B. Hoffart. Let me know if I'm on the right track. Thanks.
|Rebecca McCraw||Opal Mae (Strong) Grumpp|
Could I use her photo in my family tree on FamilySearch.com? Thank you
|sdscooper53||Donald Rushton Monument|
Thank you so much for the monument photo that you added to Donald Rushton's memorial.
|Frank McCollister||RE: Albert Marsischke, Concordia Cemetery|
You are quite welcome for the information. I would indeed love to have Albert's memorial. He is my 1st Cousin, Twice Removed. My grandmother was a Marsischky/Marsischke.
|Frank McCollister||Albert Marsischke, Concordia Cemetery|
I can shed some more light on Albert Marsischke if you like. He is the youngest son of Otto Frank Marischke and Emelia, Amelia, Schrader, Schroeder, Schroder. He was born 24 Dec 1911, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States; died 5 Mar 1987, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. He was an Army veteran of WWII and according to his enlistment record, dated 27 Mar 1942, he had completed grammar school, was single, 5', 7" tall and 190 lbs. I have more information for any who may be interested.
|Bob Morgan||Mildred Morgan Hall|
Could you please link Mildred Morgan Hall (59718315) to her father (140004327) and mother (140004381) Thank you.
|Robin Arvickson||Cameron Merriwether|
I'm working on a volume of grave locations for veterans of the USCT. Could I have your permission to use the picture you posted of Cameron Merriwether's grave in this compilation? I will cite you as the source.
|David M. Habben||RE: Marshall Baxter|
Absolutely. I'd love to have any information.
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