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Cecil Saul (#47388156)
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Bio Photo Born 27 June 1925 1 mile NW of Glenn Cemetery, near Raddle IL. Third son, sixth (of 7) children of Fred and Edna (Grosvenor) Saul. I attended Logan Elementary School (1/4 mile north of Glenn)1930 - 1938, and Gorham High School 1938 - 1942). I joined the US Army Air Corps in June 1943 and became an airborne radio operator (Morse code) Seventeen years overseas in Latin America, Alaska, the Middle East & SE Asia. Retired as a Master Sergeant in December 1969. Glenn Cemetery is my thing! Now a shut-in in Longview, TX. If I can help you, just holler.
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Mike L.
Ralph Loflin
Cecil, thank you for the note you left on my Uncle's memorial. Very nice of you.
Added by Mike L. on Apr 11, 2014 10:10 PM
Vikki Seelig
RE: Headstone photo of Howard Melvin Needham.
It was my honor and pleasure. Thank you for your service sir!
Added by Vikki Seelig on Feb 25, 2014 5:49 PM
Vikki Seelig
RE: Headstone photo of Howard Melvin Needham.
It was my honor and pleasure. Thank you for your service sir!
Added by Vikki Seelig on Feb 25, 2014 5:49 PM
C Robison
Sarah Jane Robison Saul
Thank you for providing this information and link to her memorial. I may be related, not sure at this point. I am still working on my father's side of the family.
Added by C Robison on Feb 22, 2014 10:40 PM
Carolynn Keizer
RE: Polly Youngman
I do have some information. He was married 3 times: Matilda "Polly" Cochran on 4 Jan 1849, Malinda Elmore on 20 Sep 1857, and Martha Jane Lingo on 19 Sep 1865 all in Jackson County, Illinois. I have at least 6 children born to Jacob: Mary Elizabeth and Julia Ann - my ancestor (with Matilda), Nancy Catherine (with Malinda), and John Franklin, Benjamin J., and George (with Martha). That is the information that I have documented.

The following information is not documented and I neglected to write down where I found the info. He was born 10 Jul 1820 to Adam Youngman and Elizabeth Henley. He died on 11 Jul 1892 and may be buried in Jackson County, Illinois at Jones Farm Cemetery.
Added by Carolynn Keizer on Dec 30, 2013 12:00 PM
Candy Lee
RE: 82264759
From what I have been able to research on my cousin, he was never in the military. There are no records of an enlistment in any of the services, but I don't think he would have been able to have served during Vietnam because of his age; he was over 60 by that time. I'm sorry I couldn't be of more help.

Added by Candy Lee on Dec 29, 2013 3:01 PM
Chris Mills
Merry Christmas
Hi Cecil,

Just wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year, and all that!
Added by Chris Mills on Dec 25, 2013 4:26 PM
Barb T.
Jones Creek
Thanks so much for the information.

Added by Barb T. on Dec 07, 2013 9:09 AM
Ann Maree
RE: Phantom Cemetery
Thanks, Cecil. I can see now that you are correct. I will let the admins know to label it as an "AKA" for Christ Lutheran Cemetery. Since it appears on maps as Neunert Cemetery, this will direct people to the right one. Thanks again. Hope you had a nice holiday.
Added by Ann Maree on Nov 30, 2013 12:23 PM
Ann Maree
Neunert Cemetery
Hi Cecil,
I have a question for you: I see there is a "Neunert Cemetery" on Find A Grave, but it doesn't have any memorials in it. When I looked at google maps, it looks like a large, well kept, easily accessible cemetery. Do you know if it has another name? I'm just wondering why it would be "empty" on here, and thought I would go out and get photos there if needed. But why is it empty? I figured if anyone would know, you would. :)
Added by Ann Maree on Nov 30, 2013 9:22 AM
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