|John Moore (#47896441)|
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I am a retired Army Officer. I served with A Troop 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry, 25th Infantry Division, Vietnam. I am retired and live in Tucson, Arizona. After a 20 year Army career I taught sixth grade for 20 years.|
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|personna||Calvin Warren - # 62417504|
I've been working on the Warren of the family tree and was very happy to see not only a photograph of the Civil War tombstone but also a photograph of Calvin Warren. Just wanted to thank you very much for enriching the memorial with these two photos. ~ Nancy
Added by personna on Jan 30, 2015 2:26 PM
|SWF||RE: David Earl Hardigree 92411840|
Thanks for the info on the Hardigrees
Added by SWF on Dec 31, 2014 11:28 AM
|Roger||RE: 13th Tenn Cavalry|
Thank you very much for the information about your great-grandfather's service in the 13th Tennessee Cavalry, USA. I'll be adding his memorial to the virtual cemetery today.
Added by Roger on Jul 29, 2014 1:46 PM
|Kathy Merris Mills||RE: Edward Ray Hardigree 81749299|
I you will send me a transfer request from his memorial, I will be happy to do that for you.
|Denny Roach||RE: Walter Moore # 98490841|
Thank you for your service and Welcome home. You must be congratulated for building the virtual cemetery for all your fellow fallen Sodier buddies.
I have made the transfer since the memorial was created as being a volunteer trying to help document fellow sodiers that in cemeteries where I visit.
USAF - Retired
|KenOhio||SP4 Eugene Hilton Jr.|
I see you left a message for Bill Anderson re. Eugene Hilton, Jr. I am not far from Highland Park Cemetary and I will try and get a grave photo once the weather here is a little better.
Added by KenOhio on Jan 05, 2014 12:07 PM
|Andrea Nelson||another one of John & Lillie's daughters, Beulah L (Moore) May|
Hello. Here is the link for another one of John & Lillie's daughters, Beulah L (Moore) May.
Birth: Dec. 12, 1921
Death: Jan. 28, 2005
Beulah L. May, age 83, a former resident of Carnaby Square Apartments in London, passed away Friday, Jan. 28, 2005 at the Kenwood Nursing Home in Richmond, KY. She was born on Dec. 12, 1921 in Laurel County, daughter of the late John F. and Lillie M. Warren Moore. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in London.
Surviving are two daughters, Patricia Snyder May of Richmond, KY and Mary L. Jones of Lexington, KY; two sisters, Edith Kelly and Dorothy Bolton, both of London and James Moore of Monticello, KY; three grandchildren and six great grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services for Beulah L. May were conducted on Sunday, Jan. 30, 2005 at the Calvary Baptist Church in London with Rev. Harlan Avera, Jr. officiating.
The burial service followed at Southard Cemetery in London.
House-Rawlings Funeral Home was in charge of all arrangements.
|Albert||Christopher and Charlie Moore|
I have transferred Christopher Ernest Moore, Find A Grave Memorial# 112552335, to you as you requested. I have also transferred an infant son of John C. Moore and Tennessee McDaniel Moore, Charlie M. Moore, Find A Grave Memorial# 112722021, to you as well since he is part of the same family. If I have any other memorials you have an interest in and would like to manage them, just let me know and I will be happy to transfer them to you.
Added by Albert on Oct 27, 2013 6:33 AM
|Tom Reece||David Merrell.|
Thanks John, we appreciate your help.
Jim & Tom
|Barbara Munson||RE: Leo J Huber III|
There's actually only one Lakelawn, which is Lake Lawn Park Cemetery & Mausoleum. It's down the street from Metairie Cemetery. Both are now owned by Stewart Enterprises, and both are serviced by the Lakelawn Metairie Funeral Home which is on the grounds of Metairie Cemetry. For some reason someone on Find a Grave had Metairie Cemetery changed to Lakelawn Metairie (which really only applies to the funeral home); I had them change it back to Metairie.
If the records indicate that he was transferred in 1969 to Lake Lawn, that would most definitely be Lake Lawn Park.
The memorial should have the Greenwood plot address removed; it's confusing to photographers.
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