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Jocelyn (#47269901)
 member for 6 years, 10 months, 17 days
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Bio Photo I've been using for several years now. I just recently decided to combine two of my hobbies - bicycling and genealogy. I often find myself on lonely county roads in Kansas that lead to off-the-beaten-path cemeteries. So I've started bringing my camera along. Most of my personal research is in Iowa.

I'm happy to transfer memorials to friends or family members. Most photographs and obituaries that I add to this website are not my own family members, so if you would like me to remove something, please let me know. I also forfeit my copyright privileges on all headstone photographs I have taken for this site.

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Kenneth Wilbur Mize #75508174

I happened upon the listing for Kenneth Wilbur Mize #75508174, and noticed that additional information about his WW2 service was listed about being a POW in the Philipines (Pacific Theater). That information is for another Kenneth Mize, and not the one that pertains to Kenneth Wilbur Mize who served with the 97th Infantry Division, 386th Infantry Regiment, Company I as this tombstone states. I do find it interesting though, that the tombstone states California, and he is buried in Kansas? The Philipines POW Kenneth Mize was from Beattie, Kansas, which is probably why the source thought he was that Kenneth Mize in his source. If the source would have noticed that the tombstone said 386th Regiment 97th Division, he should have known it was not the same Kenneth Mize. Anyway, I would ask to remove that information, because it is not correct to the soldier of the 97th ID. I know where and how Kenneth Mize of the 386th died, because he was in my uncle's WW2 company, and I have many first hand accounts from actual veteran's on what happened to him. I am the one that added his photo. Sorry for the long email, but thank you for your time. Kindest Regards,
Added by mnvettes on Jan 22, 2017 7:43 PM
Carl Catherman
Roy Faulkner
Thank you very much for adding the bio to his memorial. I appreciate your quick response.
Added by Carl Catherman on Dec 30, 2016 7:03 AM
Valentine Gradig
Thank you for transferring Valentine Gradig. Marie
Added by mw on Dec 27, 2016 1:34 PM
KC Jayhawker
James Taylor
Hi Jocelyn,
Thank You so much for the transfer of James Taylor.
Your dedication to Find A Grave is admirable. I greatly appreciate your dedication, hard work and effort.
Best regards,
Added by KC Jayhawker on Oct 25, 2016 1:14 PM
Rae Bryant
thank you transferring the Pinyerds
Thank you for transferring the Pinyerd accounts to me. I am trying to get photos of them and their obits for each one. The transfers will make it much easier.

Rae Bryant
Added by Rae Bryant on Sep 20, 2016 8:58 PM

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