|Heber History||Gregory Huston|
I love the memorial you provided for him.
Added by Heber History on Sep 20, 2017 3:11 PM
|Maria Alcantara||RE: SPC Juan Ramon Felix-Torres|
my grandfather Angel Felix Mateo was informed along with my uncle Juan Ramon Felix Torres in Cayey municipality. my grandmother I do not know where it is, but I think it is also in the same cemetery.I Will going to ask my mom or my aunt because he is still have 4 sisters and 1 brother. His brother also was in the Air Force. His brother name is Domingo Felix Torres he is a veteran.
When I get more information about my uncle I will inform you about it.
Added by Maria Alcantara on Sep 17, 2017 12:19 AM
|Diane Abernathy||Larry Knight Memorial Plaque|
Hello Eddie - I wanted you to know that I uploaded a photo of Larry's VA bronze plaque, which is mounted on the back side of his parents' headstone in the Centerpoint Cemetery, Latimery County, OK.
Di Abernathy (wife of Larry's half-brother, Bob Abernathy)
Added by Diane Abernathy on Aug 23, 2017 9:50 AM
|Travis Bookout||RE: SFC Charles Franklin Bookout|
The only headstone I can find is at the memorial in Honolulu. I have found many of his family members in Crystal City, TX.
Added by Travis Bookout on Aug 13, 2017 4:58 PM
|Alicia Williams||RE: Corporal Marion Bryan Adler, Jr.|
I'm trying to track down what happened to Mr. Adler's young wife, Nellie. She is my first cousin once removed. If anyone has any information, they can reach me through findagrave. Thank you.
Added by Alicia Williams on Aug 08, 2017 6:04 PM
|Dr. and Mrs. GAT Jr., LLB, JD||RE: SGT. Kenneth Lee Pugh|
You are very welcome. Northwood Cemetery is very interesting to walk. It is almost park-like. Kenneth is in a very beautiful tree-shaded place.
Added by Dr. and Mrs. GAT Jr., LLB... on Jul 16, 2017 7:26 PM
|Barnard/OConnor/Wolford||RE: LCDR Robert Taft Hanson, Jr.|
Greetings! That is not his headstone. Unfortunately, he doesn't have a stone. That photo is the area surrounding his parents marker since he is buried beside them. His mom and dad are both on that marker. I haven't been home long enough to look through the photos and make sure they turned out. When I come to his, I will check the position of the photo. The markers are positioned back-to-back like stepping stones and this photo shows that there is no marker beside theirs. The marker above theirs, which would be to the left of the photo, is not their surname so I did not include it in the picture. If you are the memorial-keeper, please put a note that in this cemetery he doesn't have a marker. Thanks, Pamela
Added by Barnard/OConnor/Wolford on Jul 16, 2017 12:27 PM
|Jerry LeBlanc||Maria Petra LeBlanc|
Greetings from the San Luis Valley. I am a descendant of Petra LeBlanc. My Father and I noticed some time ago that someone have place a new headstone at her grave.
Are you connected to Petra? What is the nature of your connection to her?
I'd welcome the opportunity to discuss this and other genealogical matters.
Added by Jerry LeBlanc on Jul 14, 2017 6:14 PM
|Kathryn J McCloud||RE: Emily Hon Dennany|
I was in contact with her daughter, Marie, through Ancestry.com, and she provided me with the information regarding Emily's cremation. She also added more photos to the memorial. Thank you for creating and maintaining the memorial!
Added by Kathryn J McCloud on Jul 08, 2017 5:42 PM
|Kathryn J McCloud||Emily Hon Dennany|
Thank you for making the edit to this memorial.
Added by Kathryn J McCloud on Jul 08, 2017 11:48 AM
|Lynda Kennedy||Bishop Craig Sr.|
I went to the cemetery today and they do NOT have him listed as being buried there at Forest Park East. Is it possible you could check his death certificate and see? If you find that he is I will talk to them and ask them to recheck.
Added by Lynda Kennedy on Jul 07, 2017 3:41 PM
|James Straub||RE: PFC Lavoie|
The town is Van Buren, ME and it's a little too far for me as I live in Ohio. I found a link on Find A Grave and the have it as Saint Bruno Cemetery in Van Buren, Aroostook County, ME. I had the wrong spelling...St. instead Saint. Hope this helps and sorry for the lack of info.
Added by James Straub on Jul 04, 2017 2:52 PM
|James Straub||PFC Lavoie|
PFC Lavoie is resting at St. Bruno's Catholic Cemetery, which is directly behind the church. I spoke with Joyce from the church and she confirmed his burial. I couldn't find a listing of that cemetery, but he is there.
Added by James Straub on Jul 03, 2017 12:42 PM
|C. A.||RE: Edward Burleson Raymond|
I am happy to make the transfer. I also have created memorials for Fred Nathaniel Raymond, Juana R. Raymond, and Shirley Raymond Sloan, which are all in the Raymondville Cemetery.
I will be happy to transfer these memorials as well if you would want me to do that.
Added by C. A. on Jul 01, 2017 3:57 PM
|D&D||Capt John Bernard Causey|
After several years, of your waiting for information on Capt John Bernard Causey, I remembered to ask my mother-in-law about him.
She said "he was killed when the ship he was on, sank", no remains were ever found. The family obtained the marker and just put it out at Wofford cemetery near his other family members.
Added by D&D on Jun 29, 2017 9:15 PM
|kinfobes||Carmen Sigler, Find A Grave Memorial# 22754414|
Saw the lovely note you left on my uncle Camen's memorial. Thank you. Would love to have the name and memorial of his foster son. My mom couldn't remember his name and we thought that Carmen and Claudia had adopted him. Thanks you.
Added by kinfobes on Jun 20, 2017 3:27 PM
|Frogman||RE: LCDR Charles Bernard Goodwin|
Added by Frogman on Jun 04, 2017 4:36 PM
|Carla May||SSGT Marion Lee Roach|
Is there a way to contact the wife/family of this brave soldier? I have his POW bracelet and would like to send it to them. Carla May
Added by Carla May on Jun 03, 2017 8:55 AM
|NicS||M/SGT James Salley Jr.|
I was wondering if you are related to him? If you are family, please let me know!
Added by NicS on May 31, 2017 10:07 PM
|Love My Ancestors||RE: Maj James Adelbert Magnusson, Jr|
Thank you Eddieb .... I treasure each memorial I have. Thank you again!
Added by Love My Ancestors on May 30, 2017 3:07 PM
|Sherry Keefer Bonham||Lothar G Terla FAG#60742931|
I am an active member of Find A Grave and recently became of the project below. If possible, please forward this info to family in case they would like to provide a photo of this vet for the wall.
Sherry Keefer Bonham
More info website www.dmva.pa.gov
Then click on "Wall of Faces"
WALL OF FACES
In an effort to preserve the legacy of those who sacrificed all in Vietnam, DMVA is working with the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund in Washington D.C., to find a photo for each of the Pennsylvanians whose name is listed on the Wall of Faces through the generosity of those willing to help locate their photos. This program will ensure that Vietnam Veterans from Pennsylvania will be remembered and honored by visitors from around the globe for generations to come.
If you have a picture of a loved one or fellow veteran whose name is on the list below, please help VVMF honor these individuals by putting a face with a name. For information on how to submit a photo, please visit the Virtual Wall of Faces website. You can also view a map (PDF) breaking down how many pictures are still needed by county.
Added by Sherry Keefer Bonham on May 30, 2017 9:05 AM
|adgorn||Wayne Edward Pearson|
Thank you for posting his grave. I am from his hometown and doing research on our KIA so this was very nice to find. FYI Mr. Pearson is also memorialized on the wall of Memorial Stadium at the University of Illinois. I was able to photograph that if of any interest to the survivors. Alan Gornik, Western Springs, IL
Added by adgorn on May 29, 2017 10:22 AM
|Sr Francis Casey||Correction of father's name|
Searching for Capt Smith's parents resting place, with information the Captain's first cousin told me regarding the Captain's mother Eugenia (who is the cousin's aunt on his mother's side) I found that Captain's father is Oliver Stanley Smith. He died in 1954 and is buried with his wife Eugenia who died in 1994, and their resting place is also in St Mary's Cemetery in Assumption Illinois. The Captain's wife told us that she erected Capt Smith's memorial headstone next to his parents in 1975, and at the time the Captain's mother was still living, passing in 1994. Oliver Smith was born in 1894 and was a World War 1 veteran, serving in the US Army. (Find A Grave Memorial# 71960071). Again, thank you for providing this memorial for Capt Smith. It's been invaluable in our research to bring closure to his family as they prepare to bring him 'home'.
Added by Sr Francis Casey on May 22, 2017 8:22 AM
|Robert Douglas Wise||RE: Major John Bernard Sullivan, III.|
Edna -- Per your request, I have added crypt photos to the memorials for Col. J.B.Sullivan II and his wife, Mary A.Sullivan.
Added by Robert Douglas Wise on May 19, 2017 7:59 PM
|James P. Harter||William Blue Klenart|
Was in another squadron on the Constellation in 1966, and got to know Klenert. Found his name on the Travelling Vietnam Wall today along with his pilot Thomas C. Kolstad. God bless.
Added by James P. Harter on May 19, 2017 11:59 AM