|Juanita Wockenfuss (#47848206)|
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I have lived in this area almost all of my life and now live in the house I grew up in. I began my own family genealogy research when my Grandmother passed away in the mid-90's and became hooked on it. I have always had a fascination with old cemeteries and visit quite a lot of them. I think it is sad to see the stones that are becoming worn with time and not be able to read them anymore, which is why I think Find A Grave is a wonderful site, and why I now volunteer as a photographer. I am also very happy to help with requests for veterans graves. We are a military family, and I live quite close to the Mountain Home National Cemetery and have 7 family members buried there including my Mother. I am researching the Sliger and Denton families out of Tennessee,and the Bosman and Wockenfuss families out of the Baltimore, Md area.|
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|nancy shutes||Iris Shutes|
Hi I was reading your comment about you did not know where Roy iris husband was buried at he is at the va cemetery in Johnson city tenn. could you please go to the va cemetery in Johnson city and take a picture of Roy Shutes market or headstone ..thank you Nancy
|Thomas E. King||Keplinger Genealogy - Wockenfuss Family|
Juanita, my e-mail messages to keep being returned, so I hope you do not object to this "pubic message" to you regarding the Sliger/Wopckenfuss Family Genealogy.
Could we exchange e-mails and share genealogy information about your family? We are updating the Keplinger Genealogy to the present time, i.e., the descendants of Hans (Johann) Martin Keplinger (German emigrant of 1732) and I noticed you are also researching the same families. Question: Could YOU be the unnamed daughter in the genealogy listed below? Your help your be very much appreciated and valued, and I look forward to hearing from you. tom
Thomas E. King
1420-D Striped Bass Street
Treasure Island, 94130-1624
802. Golda Ruby Sliger (d/o Phillip & Mae Denton Sliger) married: David Edward
Wockenfuss, born: Baltimore, MD., 5 Feb 1919, s/o William Emil (23/3/1894-Sep/1936)& Margaret Catherine (25/9/1894-5/6/1977), nee Bosman, Wockenfuss. She was a U.S. Army veteran of W.W.II. Died: Oviedo, Seminole Co., FL., 13 Oct 2004 (83y.5m.14d). David Wockenfuss died: Clermont, Lake Co., FL., 19 May 2003 (84y.3m.14d). Buried: Mountain Home National Cemetery, Johnson City, Washington Co., TN. Two Ch:
i Unnamed Daughter Wockenfuss, born: TN.
ii David Edward Wockenfuss Jr., born: TN., 21 Jun 1944. He was a U.S. Force veteran of the Vietnam War. Died: Johnson City, Washington Co., TN., 3 Apr 2000 (55y.9m.13d). Buried: Mountain Home National Johnson City, Washington Co., TN.
|Carole Thomason||Harold Nicholson|
Thank you so very much for taking the picture for the memorial of Harold Nicholson. Your kindness is very much appreciated!
|Jason M. Myers||John McClanahan|
Thank you so much for taking the time to take this picture!
J. M. Myers
|Martha McCaffrey Dobbins||Mountain Home National Cemetery|
Thank you for your time and effort in locating and photographing Smiley tombstone. Have a good week!
|Jean Wells||Rufus Brown Jr|
Thank you so much for posting the photo for Rufus Brown Jr's memorial
|laelliott||Billy Fred Robinson|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my request for Billy Fred Robinson. I really appreciate your time and effort. Take care.
Thank you for posting the memorial marker for the Ayers. It is greatly appreciated.
|truchasnm||John Davis #560894|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph and post John Davis' headstone. The photo was a big help in confirming he was a Rough Rider (1st US Volunteer Cavalry).
|Jan Goodman||Valentine Hartley|
Thank you for your kindness in replying.
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