|Michael Curry (#47988502)|
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Born in Havana, and raised in Kilbourne, Illinois, joined the Navy with the wife and oldest daughter in tow, in 1982. |
Moving from state to state, Virginia, Florida (Son born 1985), California, Missouri (second daughter born 1992), Mississippi, and Texas, and numerous separations while serving aboard the USS Independence CV-62, USS Enterprise CVN-65 and USS Inchon LPH/MCS 12, with 5 deployments is a hard but rewarding life.
Now retired back to Illinois and within 50 miles of my hometown.
Family lineages are but not limited to, Ackenback, Adkins, Barkes, Blunt, Breeden, Center, Conklin, Crigler, CURRY, Fairow, Friend, Gee, Lockwood, Lundry, Nicholson, Sandy, Selby, Shearer, Sours, and VanKirk just to name a few.
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|Baxter B. Fite III||Jacob Sarver, Co C, 86th Illinois|
Michael, That would be GREAT if you could upload what you have at the burial site of Jacob Sarver, whose mortal remains were laid in the La Salle Cemetery near Rome, Peoria County, Illinois. Thanks for doing what you are doing for Find A Grave and Thanks for your service as well. Sincerely, Baxter
|Karen Hendrix||Julia taylor|
Thank you for your efforts.
|Herbert Richards||Laura Williamson|
I would like to thank you for taking your personal time to photograph the grave for me. This fills another void in my family tree. You are very kind to do this service for me.
|LoRetta Hughes||Delta M. Blunt|
Mount Zion Cemetery
Thank You Michael for the nice photo of her headstone. Next time you go to the cemetery....
would you take a picture of the cemetery for
Find A Grave?
|Michauel Bryan||Bethel Baptist Cemetery photo|
Michael, I appreciate you taking time away from your day to travel to Bethel Baptist Cemetery, locate the marker, take the great photo and then posting it.
|Jennifer Steckley||Henry C. Hoesman at Snicarte|
Hi Michael, thank you very much for taking and uploading the photo of the headstone of my great, great grandfather. Like all of us, he was a mix of hero and scoundrel. He served honorably in the Civil War, but ran off to marry a woman in the next county in 1876, leaving his wife and kids behind. Seems no one knew where he was until my great uncle tracked down his third wife's family, long after he had passed. His past finally caught up with him... post mortem. Thanks again! ~Jennifer
|wayne||photo of Sam'l Pounds stone|
Michael, we thank you very much for going out there to take some photos. We are properly amazed to have your account of the stone and the photo. You've taken a good photo, and we are grateful to have it, but would you mind our asking you if you could read this better with your own eye? Did it really say 101 years old?
If so, the full reading would be 101 y 6 m 24 d. However some of us have always thought that it said 10 y 6 m 24d. Could you tell the difference?
How certain are you of your reading? 70% 80% 90%?
Sorry to be so difficult, but we've been arguing about this stone for twenty years!
Added by wayne on Oct 27, 2014 6:26 PM
|Dorothy||Phelps at Snicarte Cemetery|
Thank you for taking the photos of the Phelpses buried at Snicarte Cemetery! I greatly appreciate your efforts in going to the cemetery and finding them. I know it's not always easy. I can see that the stones are a bit hard to read. Again, many thanks!
Added by Dorothy on Oct 27, 2014 10:17 AM
|JeanR||Maggie May Holstclaw|
Michael, Thank you for the photo.
Added by JeanR on Oct 26, 2014 8:53 PM
|Diane||Charles Franklin Wilson|
Thank you so much for searching for his grave. I will do more research to see if that is where he is buried for sure. His obituary says he is, but I'll do more research to find out. Thank you again.
Added by Diane on Oct 26, 2014 8:01 PM
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