|Melody Roswell||Ackles in National Cemetery in LA. CA|
I am wondering if you can't look up a name for me please? I already know about Raymond Alfred Ackles being there in this cemetery, however can you please tell me if his uncle is there as well? His name is James Richard Ackles born 6 Oct 1913 and died on 7 Nov 1983 Napa Co. CA. I am trying to find all of my grandfather's siblings and have just a couple to go now and would appreciate it very much if you are able to find out if he is there or not?
|Leona Gustafson||RE: A. Harvey Cook/Lydia Cook|
You're very welcome, Lisa!
|Cindy Knight Schneider||RE: Lottie J Amato|
Will do. We had neighbors Al & Wanda Amato in Marion OH.
|jgwehren||Francis Bell Rosa|
May I use your photo of Uncle Frank's headstone? I would tag it with your ID and the date you added it. I would like to include it in my family tree as a stand alone entry. Also, Fold3 has a Honor Wall. There are memorial pages for those deceased who served in the military. I spent the last few days looking for family members on the Fold3 site.
Added by jgwehren on Nov 11, 2013 1:48 PM
Thank you for the help n the photo.
|Bob Mashburn||Rollin Miser|
Thank you very much for the Great photo,and your time to take it!
|James Dunham||Shelton Photo|
Thank you for the photo of this brave Arizonan who died in WWII.
|Law-Miller Roots||Felix @ Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial|
Thank you very much for the photo for Maurice Felix! I appreciate the time and effort spent getting this photo for us.
|A Families Tree||FRED C. DUMM|
Thank you for your time and effort in photographing the gravestone.
|KATHY||Thank You !|
Hello brewerlunnen. I wanted to acknowledge your photos for the following soldiers, that I requested grave photos for:
• #56641966 / TSgt Myron W Austerman
• #56642066 / Pvt Raymond H Banks
• #56642425 / PFC Delbert D Blankenship
• #56642827 / PFC Donald K Burchfield
These brave soldiers served in the same World War II combat outfit as did my beloved late father (the 325th GIR), and I am doing all I can to honor and memorialize these men.
People like you are very valuable to me for this ongoing project. Thank you so very much for your time and efforts! I really appreciate it!
Added by KATHY on Jun 15, 2013 1:40 PM
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