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David C. Henderson (#47067566)
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Holly Gustsfson-Hicks
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Kenneths parents are not mr and mrs Nelson they were Florence Nelson Gustafson and Edward Gustafson.
Added by Holly Gustsfson-Hicks on May 27, 2017 9:38 AM
Scott Stone
Jack Faughn, Jr. page
Dear Mr. Henderson, thank you for your work on the memorial page for Jack Faughn, Jr. ( I am researching a book about a group of WWII navy sailors and the ships they served on, and Jack Faughn is a key part of the story. My great uncle was aboard the LST-307 as a medic when Faughn was killed. I would be most grateful if you're able to send the source of your info on Faughn's awards: Purple Heart Medal, American Campaign Medal with Two Battle Stars, Navy Good Conduct Medal, WWII Victory Medal. The records I've seen so far (and I haven't seen is personnel records) don't mention a Purple Heart (although he certainly earned it; this is one minor mystery I'm pursuing, as others in the group that day also don't seem to have the Purple Heart in the records and I'd like to see that rectified); and I believe Faughn earned 4 campaign stars on the European-African-Middle Eastern campaign ribbon (not the American Campaign ribbon) for service on USS Susan B. Anthony at Operation TORCH, then on USS LST-307 for Sicily, Salerno, and finally the invasion of Normandy. Any information or sources you're able to share, I would very much appreciate. Been trying to track down any relatives but no luck so far, although have several more resources to contact. Thank you!
Added by Scott Stone on May 23, 2017 8:49 AM
Megan AP
Lt. Donald C. Engh
While doing research on my uncle who was killed in the Korean War, I came across your entry #121643841 posted in 2013. This person was KIA with my uncle. Another Find A Grave member created a new entry for the same person in 2016. The new entry, #162625915, has burial location and birth date. Maybe you can reach out to the Find A Grave member of the second entry so the 2 entries can become one? I would like to add to the memorial after this is done. Thank you.
Added by Megan AP on May 19, 2017 11:32 AM
Larry Hagemann
Bob Swigris memorial page
Thank you for creating the page for Bob...nicely done.
Added by Larry Hagemann on May 03, 2017 7:19 PM
AZ Susi
James Morgan 149914823
You accidentally have the James Morgan in Plainville Cemetery as being in the Civil War - Co. F, 135th and also dying in WWI in France. I believe you have mixed up 2 men named James Morgan. Hope this helps.
Added by AZ Susi on Apr 07, 2017 4:00 PM
Friends of Rocky Versace
Lt Col Robert B. Richardson (# 141782759)
Mr Henderson, Thank you very much for adding the Cemetery (Mountain View, San Bernardino, CA) and plot information for Lt Col Robert B. Richardson (# 141782759), USMA Class of 1952. I will inform his daughter. It will be a wonderful Christmas present for her. I will also inform the Class President for USMA 1952.
Added by Friends of Rocky Versace on Dec 23, 2016 8:19 PM
Michael Stanley Klimczak
Regarding military prefixes
I left a message for Elaine in regards to her declining your military edit. I see you're friends with Angie Robinson, she's declined hundreds of my military edits. These people are rude and disrespectful to be so arrogant when they say they only want to format the memorials they create their own way; talk about being selfish.
Added by Michael Stanley Klimczak on Nov 29, 2016 6:35 PM
James Craft
I declined your edit to add "SPC" in the heading of James Craft memorial.

I do not use prefixes in the headings of my memorials...that's just the way I format them.

Added by Elaine on Nov 27, 2016 7:31 PM
Pfc Albert Paule
Albert Paule who is buried in Resurrection Cemetery is my uncle. He was born in Herrin, Williamson, Illinois and died in Gonnheim, Germany. If you wish you may transfer his memorial to me. Thanks for your work on behalf of the servicemen.

Added by talarczyk on Nov 20, 2016 3:36 PM
James Straub
Added by James Straub on Oct 29, 2016 7:23 PM
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