|Louis Gruntz, Jr. (#47818513)|
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|Frank K.||Grave photos - misleading|
For all your MAUMUS entries at Hope Mausoleum in New Orleans you added an entry photos of the mausoleum as a grave marker photo. That is misleading. Please use the grave marker icon ONLY for actual grave markers, those entry photos should have been uploaded as "others", as option given by the scroll down menu, when you upload photos. Thank you.
Added by Frank K. on Oct 26, 2014 3:14 PM
|Ancestors||Vic Lutenbacher 101312608|
I've added some photos to your Lutenbacher posts. Hope they help.
|Sharon Lavash Hawkins||RE: Michael Anderson|
Good morning - Just want to let you know that Monica (#47903817) has added pics to Michael's Memorial (#52372377) to fill my picture request. The location is Section H, row F, lot 1A - could you please add that to his memorial?
Thank you, Sharon Lavash Hawkins
|Ancestors||Albertine Bernadas Richard|
I've added some photos for your Albertine Bernadas Richard posting. There is another Bernadas plot next to this one. I don't think Find A Grave alerts you to new photo uploads.
|Wendy McIntosh||Maj Ira Addison Hawk|
Major Ira Addison Hawk was born in Main, Columbia, Pennsylvania to Addison James & Ella R Hawk
|Jacky EMERY||RE: Henry BOCKHORN|
Thank you for your message and sorry for my bad english.
I'm happy to read that your father was in the 712th TB with Henry Bockhorn. In this condition you father participed to the Liberation of Le Mans, 8 August 1944. Thank you for that! We will never forget! Henry Bockhorn is KIA 8 August 1944 in the vilage of Chaufour Notre Dame, at 11 km of Le Mans. But perhpas you know that. In last september I have organised a ceremony for him and 2 other GI's KIA in the same date in this vilage. But impossible for me to find enough informations from him. I was in touch with one of his nephews... but he is german... difficult situation for me... he say have no information about his uncle... who have never see him... he write me that he was maried but only the surname of his wife... Children? Picture? This situation (speak with a german about an homage to one of our Liberators) was very difficult and strange for me... In your "article" you have write: " his mother, who emigrated from Germany to the United States before Henry was born". I have this information: He was born in germany in 1913 and have emigrated in 1933...
In your message you speak to me of his Individual Decease Personnel File. You have this total document for H. Bockhorn? I will be happy to share with you, if you want, about this hero. I hope that your father is always in life... Give him my best thoughts and wishes. Have a good day.
Henry was in the 712th Tank Battalion along with my father. I received the information regarding his burial from the US Army's Individual Deceased Personnel File. The info I have posted is about all I have
|Jacky EMERY||Henry BOCKHORN|
Sorry for my bad english.
I'm interrest by your comment on Henry BOCKHORN grave.
Can you contact me:
Have a good day.
I am related to the Chaplain family - my paternal grandmother Camille Marceline Chaplain Flauss was the daughter of Camille Marceline Casteix Chaplain.
Thanks for all the information you've posted here - I now have pages of details I never knew of!
|Linda Robin||RE: Colma Linden Artigues|
Thank you, Louis
|Nadeen Sobottka||William V. Nick @ Forest Home Cem.|
Hi Louis, just wanted to let you know that I have added a tombstone photo to William's memorial that you created. Regards, Nadeen
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