|Bob Spalding (#47756429)|
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I have been doing genealogy research for over 25 years and have received innumerable "helps" from so many people. I am here to return the favor, if I can. I hope to hear from you.|
I have been working on building virtual cemeteries for all fallen Marines and Navy Corpsman. I have over 23,000 sites in these cemeteries. You are welcome to look at it and use any information that I have there for your own use. If you have anyone you would like me to add please let me know. Also, if you would like to transfer Marine/Corpsman sites to me I would appreciate it. Some members do not like to add information and I feel that all of the Marines/Corpsman on this site deserve to have their story told, if there is one.
Duplicates: It is never my intention to create a duplicate on purpose. If you come across a duplicate I have made, please let me know. I'll remove it as soon as I get your note. Please notify me via the EDIT feature.
When requesting a transfer, please state your relationship and add your Find A Grave member number to your request.
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I received your SAC containing the death notice for him. If you write an original bio (omitting names of the living, of course,) I'd be happy to post it.
|Cemetery Dawg||Sgt. Harold Wesley Way|
I can give you one other one off the top of my head. He died at MCAS New River and was the NCOIC of Electrical Shop wile I was NCOIC of Radio Shop. We had a bird down in Mississippi with a bad generator. We were ferrying another CH-53 to Corpus Christi, Tx for overhaul. Sgt. Way was taking a generator for the downed helo and would come back in it. The Ch-53 he was in had a rotor blade failure on lift off loaded with internal fuel tanks for the long trip to Texas. His memorial is # 95115952
|Cemetery Dawg||Korea Marine|
My uncle was a Marine in Korea in 3/5. He was in the first wave at Inchon, fought at Seoul and at the Chosin Reservoir. I was a Marine in Vietnam (HML-367, MAG 36). I have requested a transfer of my uncle's memorial and will add a short bio. If you would like to add him to your virtual cemetery he is memorial #111050652.
Thank you for honoring our Marines. Semper Fi.
|glenda||RE: Paul McGrath|
You are Welcome and thank YOU!
Added by glenda on Jan 18, 2015 10:17 AM
|Linda Y||Vinve oberhausen|
Thanks so much for the transfer.
I have many military memorials who are in national cemeteries. If you want to look thru my memorials.
My father was a Marine.
Added by Linda Y on Jan 07, 2015 5:22 PM
|Rita O'Connell Garofano||Rodney Oefinger Jr|
I made the changes and placed his obit on the memorial - Thanks for the information. Rita
|A Daughter of the Confederacy||Find A Grave Correction: Wesley Bryant|
Thank you for the longer obit, God Bless
|Alma Smith||Donald Schwanke #140835355|
Bob, thank you for he heads up on my memorial. Not sure how I missed it - always check before entering. We must have created them about the same time. Mine has been deleted and I have requested a new link between he and his daughter.
Thanks for your contributions.
Thank you again for sending me information on these well deserving men. Your research is very much appreciated. Have a Happy New Year and I look forward to adding more information as you find it.
Added by DeniseL on Dec 30, 2014 6:23 AM
You have a duplicate memorial for him. The other one was created before this one.
Thank you for all your work
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