|Joyce Niswander (#48034852)|
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|Cyndi||Walnut Grove Cemetery|
Thanks for such great pictures that you have added to the memorials for Enoch & Wm Shoemaker.
Added by Cyndi on Jul 27, 2014 8:37 AM
|Valerie Yodhes||RE: Gordon Kleiner|
Dear Joyce, There were no problems caused by your acceptance of taking photos of the memorial for Gordon Kleiner. In fact I couldn't be more pleased at the quality and amount of pictures you added.
Thank you very, very much. I was surprised to find that this cousin of mine who was a World War 2 hero had no memorial on findagrave and that is why I created it. The photos you added make it quite special and complete. Thanks for you time and effort. Valerie Yodhes
|Charles Gibson||RE: Paul Steiner|
If you are the owner of his memorial you can change his cemetery to the correct one simply by hitting the edit burial button and then hitting continue
|Charles Gibson||Paul Steiner|
He is actually buried in Sunset Hills Memory Garden section 21 lot 33. He is not in Sunset Hills Burial Cemetery. They are two different cemeteries, miles apart
|Douglas Jones||RE: Abraham Harritt|
Joseph can't transfer. That is in your hands as manager.
|Jean Clayton Charles||Francis Murphy|
Thank you so much for the wonderful photos of the headstone of Francis Murphy! They're great. And I appreciate your time & effort in taking the photo for me, as I live far from the cemetery. Jean
|B & BJ Thomas||Chris Baker|
You were going to share obit with me Joyce.
|lilysmom86||RE: McGaugh Photos|
Thank you for the others as well. I got the emails that they had been fulfilled after I sent the first message. I so appreciate your helping me fill in the gaps in my family.
Thank you so much for the photos of Clyde and Anna McGaugh. They are my paternal grandparents but I never met them and live in MD now. I've wanted a photo for some time...thank you so much!!
|Larry Morrison||Loren H Rice (19 Jan 1918 - 5 Apr 1945)|
Thanks so much for your great photographs of the final resting place of Loren H Rice. The true extent of Sargeant Rice's service & sacrifice to the country will most likely never be concisely overviewed. Suffice to say, that as an U S Army Infantryman, he & his comrades were subjected to some of the most intense fighting in France & Germany. The combined units beginning with The 253rd Infantry Regiment, 63rd Infantry Division (Appropriately identified by the "blood & fire shoulder patch) lost many while in service of the 44th Infantry Division & 6th Army group. Decorations are too numerous to outline. See the wikipedia profile on the unit. Sargeant Rice was most likely killed somewhere between, Worms & Landsberg, Germany. He is truly emblematic of a "paid up" member of "America's Greatest Generation!" Army Strong! Best Regards, Larry Morrison of Maumelle, Arkansas
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