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|Susan J. Monaghan (#38514280)|
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As a genealogist and local historian, I have been researching the people and communities of central Illinois since 1975. My special interests are the early settlers of Sangamon and Menard Counties, IL.|
I am also the webmaster for World War II Marine Photographic Squadron VMD-154. This USMC squadron was stationed at Camp Elrod on Espiritu Santo Island, New Hebrides (now known as Vanuatu) in the South Pacific. Flying in B-24 Liberators on aerial reconnaissance missions, this squadron mapped the South Pacific and monitored Japanese activities. I have another site here at Find A Grave under the name VMD-154 Association that is devoted entirely to the deceased members of this squadron.
Through Find A Grave, I have been able to memorialize some of my ancestors and early settlers of several central Illinois counties, as well as the brave men of USMC Squadron VMD-154. If anyone can add further details or photos for the individuals in my memorials, please contact me.
If you have time, please leave a flower for my mother, Mildred E. Hart Naschinski and my father, Emil Fredrick Naschinski.
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Alyce Beggs, BjJ, Bobby Jean, Charlotte Nasch..., Dennis and Heat..., Emily Monaghan, John Thoele, KProctor, Lesa Bergeron, Marjorie Welsch, Teresa Monaghan, VMD-154 Associa...
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|A AAA American at Find A Grave||TNX|
Dear Mrs. Susan J. Naschinski Monaghan,
Thank You Maam for your addition.
We well may be kin. The Loving's, , the Hudson's, the Turpin's etc..that dang vinegar jar...
Lovingston, Nelson County, Virginia was the second county seat. Colleen was the first and of Amherst when it was spun off.
My Mom used this in her entry in the DAR, our Captain Loving.
FYI: Did you know General Robert Edward Lee broke both his hands at the second battle of Bull Run (Manassas)? Traveler one of his favorite horses spooked and pulled him down on a American Chestnut stump.
Please add me as your friend.
On Finda Grave now too.
Jonathan Robert De Mallie
I come from the harbour family an have a family tree , we can share info on our family .firstname.lastname@example.org I live in IL levi harbour is brother to my grandmother. please answer thisI have all kind of pictures of the family
|Linda (Duncan) & Travis||Omer Duncan|
Thank you for adding the information to Omer Duncan's page.
Linda (Duncan) and Travis
|Robert Miller||Daniel Hart Letters|
Can you send me a copy of Daniel Hart's letter of May 22, 1864? I'm compiling the story of the 129th and the Battle of Resaca, but starting with their enlistment. So anything about their experiences will be helpful. I have letters and diaries from several sources already but often little details reveal new parts of the story when added to details from other soldiers. Looking forward to hearing from you, Bob Miller.
|Betty Alberts||RE: Helen Pauline Hart Rothleutner|
You are most welcome! Betty
|Mary Stack||Old Sackett Cemetery|
I now have the directions to the cemetery. I am wondering if you had access to some sort of cemetery plot map as many of the graves listed are unmarked??
|Mary Stack||Old Sackett Cemetery|
Bless you. I have been searching for my gg grandfather's grave all my life. Please give me driving directions to Old Sackett Cemetery.
Even my grandma, born 1880, couldn't remember where it was. Thank you
|William Kazupski||RE: Rev Hugh Patrick Cassidy|
Glad to help.
William F. Kazupski
|holly k||wm penny|
thank you susan, ill take good care of him and set the records straight.
Added by holly k on Nov 08, 2015 12:31 PM
|Eagles Nest||Norman E. Hussey|
I have added the obit for you as requested. I noticed you have added a photo of it and was hoping you could remove it since the it is in the bio section now. Also thanks for adding the wonderful picture of Mr. Hussey
Thanks and have a wonderful day.
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