I'm originally from Ripley in western New York state. My Vance, Maguire, Messenger and Wright ancestors were from McKean and Warren Counties, PA. My Hopkins, Alday, Rater and Getchell ancestors were from Erie County, PA and Chautauqua County, NY. I retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1993 after a 22-year career and now reside in Las Vegas.
My Profile page in the Find-A-Grave Forums: Lost_Wages ...............................................................
I'm only human and I make mistakes; so any Edits or additions are gladly welcomed. ^_^
For transfers of memorials I manage, FIRST please read the FAQs here: Transfers Then click on the EDIT tab at the top right corner of the memorial and then click "Suggest any other correction or addition".
For corrections/additional facts for a memorial, see here: Corrections Then click on the EDIT tab at the top right corner of the memorial. Recent changes make it a lot easier to make edits to Dates/Places, Family Links, Name, Plot/GPS location, and Marker Transcription. For Bio info or to notify me of a duplicate, you still need to click "Suggest any other correction or addition".
RE: Military Headstones Thanks, Rich. I will send you link to my father-In-laws when it is engraved and a photo posted (LOL - may take awhile). He was in AFS - WWII and in US Army - Korea. We have had both listed on his stone. He is inturned at Quantico with upright stone.
Military Headstones Hey, Rich, Do you know of any stones where the American Field Service is designated on a military stone? I've looked and searched and can't find any. We are just wondering how it is usually designated. THANKS! -glenda
John C. Liddle I just posted a picture for John C. Liddle, and his wife.
There grave stone was behind a huge monument I couldn't get fit behind. As you can see it is taken at an angle.
I don't have a program to crop the picture from the memory card. If you don't like it, please delete it.
If couples are together I take them both together. Im going to start a virtual cemetery with spouse of veterans…. So many are not document with there spouse's. Ive come to notice as I photograph the cemeteries.
Spouse's are a strong force of support for these veterans. I growing up with my father in the Navy for 20 years and my own husband for 24 years. Being a spouse of a veteran takes a special person! Not everyone can do it. And, I know this from experience of other veterans spouses.
Well, thats why Im here. The clean up woman ;o) and happy to do so.
Maude McGinnis Toddy Ireland Hello. Re. your suggested correction for her last name, this is my Great-Grandmother; she was first married to Riley Toddy, then F.Ireland. Is there a better way to list both married names? I want her to be searchable with both. Thank you!
RE: Thank yo for the info about Emmet Mohr. William was married to my great-aunt Myrtle. I won't get to my computer 'till layer today so can't see the message on Ancestry just yet..maybe you said there, but are you related to the Mohrs? I never met William. Aunt Myrtle was married a number of times. Thanks! Sue S.