|Steve Smith||RE: James Brewer|
I have always wondered about the symbol on this grave. I looked this up:
In regular Craft Masonry, the symbol of the set square and compass, bearing the letter G inside is substituted for the Triple Tau worn on the Masonic apron. According to Masonic lore, the letter G stands for the name of their god, and also at the same time it represents geometry. The use of Sacred Geometry is a fundamental part of the mythos of Freemasonry.
I found one to post!
|tricia potter||Robert E. Halstead|
Is there any chance you might have a photo of him? He was crushed between two trucks in Germany, I believe it was. I worked at the cemetery office here in town when I ran across his file and was so hurt there wasn't a headstone for him but I got one ordered and put up. There was even a dedication for him on Memorial Day a few years back.
|Gordy Allison||RE: Sorry|
I worked there for 18 years..
|Irv and Marietta||RE: Robert Winter|
You are so welcome. It is with pleasure we photograph and post these cemeteries.
|MLCombs||35th Quartermaster Company|
My name is Matthew; my grandfather Murray Lee Combs served in the 35th Quartermaster (his memorial # 107622869). I though you might like the link for your virtual cemetery. Thanks!
Added by MLCombs on Jun 23, 2013 7:42 PM
|Irv and Marietta||RE: Robert Winter 89477737|
No we do not know the family, just photographed that cemetery. The names posted are on the front and back of the headstone. Marietta
|Stuart Strout Woodside Skolfield||RE: Mary Lynn Woodside|
Thank you very much for the quick reply. I am very much interested in this family. I will send you a little info through another source & add you to my friends list. Your Friend, Stuart
I am part of the Warta family that live in the mid-West. Any photos and info you have would be wonderful. As soon as I mentioned Woodside to my father, he immediately said "Lefty".
Added by Jason on Jun 01, 2012 9:14 PM
|Amy||RE: Robert and Maxine Winter Picture|
well if you can eliminate somebody it still puts you one step closer! Good hunting!
Added by Amy on May 02, 2012 7:03 PM
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