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|James Burke (#17941237)|
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Hi all. I've had an interest in family history since I was very young. Following my grandfather's death in 1994, my aunt gave me some of his old records, including a baptismal certificate that was written in Polish. It was then that I began doing some serious research into my Borowski, Schorer, De Lille, and Day family lines. I feel very strongly about remembering and paying tribute to those who have gone before.|
Please take a moment to visit my unforgettable mother:
Marie Constance De Lille Burke
My beloved brother:
Richard Michael "Rick" Burke
Henry De Lille
Elise "Elsie" Day De Lille
John Anthony Borowski
Mildred Mary Schorer Borowski Bowen,
A sincere thank you goes out to all the kind souls who leave flowers and messages on the memorials I've posted here, and also to the many wonderful people who are so willing to voluntarily post photos of my loved ones' headstones. It truly means more than I could ever say.
"We are defined by whom we have lost..."
- Anna Quindlen
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|FriendsofRiverView||William F. Noffke memorial #96321727|
I have post the death certificate to this memorial. Could you please resort the photo order so the headstone is on top? I also have the obituary if you would like to post it, please contact me at email@example.com
I just saw the picture of the newspaper clip you posted about George Solberg (who died as a POW). He was my great-uncle. I am very interested in his story and in WWII history, so I was wondering if you knew the family and also if you have any more information about him that you could please send it to me. I would very much appreciate it!
Added by Inga on Sep 20, 2017 5:16 PM
|Chad Sidesinger||Fairy Linn Sidesinger|
What wonderful work you have done on your Findagrave Memorials. Your memorial for my 1st Cousin 1X removed, Bryce Linn Sidesinger who died in WW2 was really nice. Thank you.
For his mother, Fairy Linn Sidesinger, (Find A Grave Memorial# 69065653) you also show the name Thomas. "Fairy Linn Thomas Sidesinger." Do you happen to know where the Thomas came from? Her name is Fairy Davidson Linn and she married my great uncle, Earl Sidesinger 19 May 1917, in Abilene, Kansas at age 23.
I have not seen the Thomas name in my records and her grand daughter didn't know why it was on the Findagrave memorial either. Thank you for your help.
|Erwin de Mooij||Stuart Wheeler Jakku|
Dear mister Burke,
my name is Erwin DeMooy and I am the webmaster and historian for the 457th Bomb Group Association.
I am looking for new information and photos every day and today I came across the photo of Stuart Wheeler Jakku. I would love to add his photo to our 'Officers and Enlisted Men' page giving his name a face.
Please contact me and thank you for honoring Stuart Wheeler Jakku!
Webmaster and historian 457th Bomb Group Association
|Nathan Haines||RE: Banks and Dawson|
That would be pretty neat. It is pretty sad they have no marker, even a temporary one. I am on poverty level income from Soc Sec so that is something I would not be able to help with myself. At least they got buried in a pretty good place and it is understandable they had no markers since the families probably lost everything in the flood and it may have been a burden on them just to buy them a grave. The cemetery may have given them a deal on that too though since it was under such tragic circumstances.
|Chuck Black||Long FindAGrave text|
I did read your mom's bio. Well done, sir! Thought I'd drop a hint I've used. Add a line of ~~~~~~~~ to the end of the text. You can force the display area to widen so all the text isn't a very long column. See my dad's Memorial at 60189638.
Your colleague, Chuck Black
|Trisha Bloxom-Olson ||William Lewis Drumheller, Jr|
I sent you an edit request for the memorial you created for William Lewis Drumheller, Jr. #45580559. The photo attached to this is actually for his father #24537133. Since you did not create both memorials I felt it easier to just edit the names and link the correct wives. Per the cemetery records, that are online @ http://www.wallawalla.wa.govern.com/cmquery.php?m=p ... you can verify the information there. I have submitted edit requests to the other contributor as well. I only found this information as I was creating a memorial for Kirk Drumheller, your William's brother.
|Karen Fern||Jack Tier|
Where did you locate the information and photo for Jack Tier in Shawnee Center Cemetery.
Do you have a family connection? He was my mother's first husband. I knew date of death because we found his foot locker and flight book (the take off for his last flight had been recorded in it) when I cleaned out my parent's house.
|Amy Dampt||Walter Raymond Denton|
I am Walter (Buddy's) grand daughter. Just wondering if you have any more information on him or his siblings, Helen and Ethel.
It was great to see the picture of him. I had seen the one with his squadron, but never the one of him in high school.
My father is Walter Raymond Denton, Jr.
Thank you for this contribution. I'm curious to know how/if you are related.
|Jean Quentmeyer||RE: George L Strasser|
Thank you every so much! I does help tremendously. I requested an edit to link him to his parents :-)
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