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My goal is simply to make a photographic record of monuments honoring the lives of our loved ones. If I have posted a photo you find objectionable, let me know what the objection is, and I will remove it. If you have a better shot, let me know and I will cheerfully remove mine. If that's all I have, sometimes I post some pretty bad photos! ;-)|
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|Jael McClure Robitaille||RE: Rex Arnold|
Oh I understand regarding nicknames - yeah that's a hard one. So difficult in my research when someone is buried under a nickname, makes searching almost impossible. Yes, Rex married my great aunt in 1922, the marriage was short lived. She was a traveler and couldn't stay still. Rex's parents were Thomas Harold Arnold and Deloris Rose Austin Arnold.
|Jael McClure Robitaille||Arnold|
Hi Amy, I see my recent edits for Rex Arnold were declined. He was the first husband of my great aunt Thelma G. McClure. I need to correct my information since ours don't seem to match up. Aunt Thelma's life has been a mystery to us as I can't find her next 2 husbands at all. Thelma married Lloyd Harold Arnold whom everyone called Rex on Nov 30, 1922. Thanks for any help you can give!
|Bryan Anderson||RE: Charles Leroy Perkins|
Thank you! I appreciate it.
|Bryan Anderson||Arve Peterson|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the documentation, Arve Peterson was also a member of this unit.
I'm not sure where I'm going with my project. So far, I'm collecting photographs and names. Eventually I want to publish something, but what that will look like, I have no idea at this point. Anyway, should I eventually publish something, would it be permissible to use your photograph of Arve Peterson's grave?
|Bryan Anderson||Charles Leroy Perkins|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the History of the 89th Division, Charles Perkins was a member of this unit. He was severely wounded on 11/5/1918 during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive.
I'm not sure where I'm going with my project, but I know I want to eventually publish something. At this time I'm collecting photographs and names and stumbling across stories along the way. Should I publish something, would it be permissible to use your photograph of the grave of Charles Leroy Perkins?
Find A Grave Memorial# 3382033
With warm regards,
|Graveyard Shift||RE: Myra Chisam|
I think I got it right. Only one came up in Maxwell. Does Myra belong to your family?
|Irv and Marietta||#88111681|
I deleted mine since yours much better. That happens to be my high school music teacher.
I see where you have added a lovely cemetery photo to the memorial page of Gloria Lily Simmons Frey. THANK YOU SO MUCH! Your kindness, time and effort in providing and adding the wonderful photo is SO much appreciated.
Wishing you a blessed and beautiful day.
Thanks for info Amy. Added.
Added by D Snyder on Oct 02, 2016 7:14 PM
|Bryan Anderson||George E. Mason|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the National Directory of the 355th Infantry, George E. Mason was a part of this unit.
I'm not sure where I'm going with my project at this time, but I want to think I'll eventually publish something. So, would it be permissible to use your photograph of the grave of George E. Mason in any future publications? I want to acknowledge my grandfather and his fellow soldiers with America's 100th anniversary in WWI.
With warm regards,
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