|John Misiano||re: Joseph Misiano|
After writing the earlier message, I went through my absestos box where I keep momentos and personal papers and found a red USA Canada patch that my father left me, the same type I saw online when it comes to the special forces. I can photograph and e-mail it along with my father's purple heart and marksmanship pin.
Added by John Misiano on Oct 02, 2015 6:42 PM
|jcaacs77||McEllrath headstone photo|
Please feel free to use the photo provided in any way you like. If you'd like me to send the photo directly to you or you'd also like the cemetery map and/or Garden plot map please contact me and I'll provide it to you.
Added by jcaacs77 on Oct 02, 2015 5:58 PM
|John Misiano||re: Joseph Misiano|
I do not see your e-mail in your profile. However, I have updated my e-mail in my public profile.
My Dad was 20 years old when he enlisted in the Army. He has been gone for nearly 25 years and I don't remember a lot of the details of his military service, other than the places he served in and who he served under. His commanding officer was General Edwin Walker, the official that Lee Harvey Oswald fired at as Walker was sitting beside a window.
Dad traveled to many countries in Europe, including France, Norway, Germany, Italy and Morocco. He said he was at Anzio on June 6, 1944 and that he was in Germany after the war and saw one of the concentration camps first hand. I used to have a book about the special forces that he served in and left to me, but I can no longer locate it after it was lost in a move. I still have his Purple Heart from when he was wounded by shrapnel from a granade going off nearby. He said he was in the hospital for about four months and could not live his arm for more than a year before the shrapnel tore into the muscle.
I do remember his service in the army deeply affected him because of what he went through and saw and that it took him a while to get used to civilian life again. In fact, he told me it took him a while to get used to car backfires. Whenever he'd hear one, he'd drop to the ground. He'd be very proud to know his group was getting this kind of recognition.
Added by John Misiano on Oct 02, 2015 5:55 PM
|DMae Ceryes||RE: Gilbertson|
OK to use any photos of mine. Have at it!!
Added by DMae Ceryes on Sep 29, 2015 4:24 PM
|Richard Boyer||Regis Lee - Calvary Cemetery|
I located the O'Connor marker and Regis is not listed on the marker and there is no individual marker for Regis. Send me an e-mail and I will send you the pictures I took of the lot.
Added by Richard Boyer on Sep 28, 2015 1:00 PM
|John Misiano||Re: Joseph Misiano|
Just saw your message. My dad served in WWII FROM 1942-45. I believe he was a blue devil. Stationed in France, Italy, Germany, Norway and Morrocco. The email address I have associated with this site is no longer in use.
Added by John Misiano on Sep 28, 2015 10:53 AM
|Michael W Albright||# 152870773 Thoms James Pryor|
Found and set up a memorial for a James T Pryor 1922-1995
Added by Michael W Albright on Sep 27, 2015 12:06 PM
You may use the photo for your WWII project. Do you need any other photos in the Milwaukee area?
Added by jrcrtosa on Sep 26, 2015 6:30 PM
You can most certainly use the photo's for your military project. Are there any other u are looking for in my area of thunder Bay? I will gladly assist Lynda
Added by Lynda Piilo on Sep 26, 2015 1:23 PM
|Tom H||RE: Czekaj|
Hi.. Stopped back today. I did not see a military marker at the grave site.
Added by Tom H on Sep 21, 2015 2:48 PM
|Becky||RE: E. Bush|
I thought I had replied to your request, but I don't show where I did. I must have gotten interrupted and didn't finish writing to you.
It would be my honor and pleasure for you to use the photo of Mr. Bush's grave marker for your project. All photos of grave markers I have added are for anyone to use as they wish. Thank you for asking.
Good luck with your project.
Added by Becky on Sep 20, 2015 8:37 PM
there is a Donald Sutherland memorial #118724756
Added by acco24 on Sep 19, 2015 4:29 AM
|Leo J. Offerman||RE: Siebels|
Use as you wish, Thanks!!!
Added by Leo J. Offerman on Sep 16, 2015 2:54 PM
|John Zehnder||RE: Bonkowski|
You can use the photo for your project.
Added by John Zehnder on Sep 15, 2015 6:09 PM
|DeWitt Cosman||RE: FaG M# 107377039|
Thank you for your reply. I do not meet the Find a Grave relationship requirements for a transfer. I have not figured out if she is my relative or not for certain. I conclude the best thing is to not make any changes for the time being. The information in your response convinced me of that. Thank you for researching her.
Added by DeWitt Cosman on Sep 13, 2015 7:04 PM
|Lynn J. Gauthier||William Peacock - Lakeview Cemetery|
I have added an overview of his lot & a photo of his military marker. Unfortunately, the flat grass marker was partially covered with dirt so the photo is not as good as I would have liked even after I tried to brush the dirt off.
Added by Lynn J. Gauthier on Sep 08, 2015 2:04 PM
|DeWitt Cosman||FaG M# 107377039|
I am researching a relative, Alice Bathrick. I have a family record with DoB as 1897. I found her father, Joseph Duane Bathrick in a Rome, Oneida, NY City Directory living in Rome, NY in 1899. I believe she was born in Oneida County, NY and married Harry Dorr 26 April 1915 in Lee Center, Oneida, NY. Your memorial for Alice Bertha Bell Dorr has links to Harry Dorr and Gordon J Dorr, both buried in Oneida County, NY. The memorial has this Alice Dorr as being born in Vermont. Can you please tell me all that you know about the information, especially who submitted the links to Harry and Gordon? I believe something is not correct. If you are sure that this person was born in Vermont, then I believe you have the wrong relatives attached.
Added by DeWitt Cosman on Sep 06, 2015 7:22 AM
|Sonja Krisell||Kenneth Fisher, Mulberry Cemetery, Military Marker|
We were in the cemetery yesterday. There is no military marker showing for Mr. Fisher. There was one there in 1994, as we have a survey showing such.
We're trying to contact his son and let him know so that he has a chance to raise it back up.
Many of our flat markers have sunk and we try to let family members know.
Thanks for rquesting this photo, as we might not have known it was missing.
Will get a photo if/when it is reset, so will leave your request active.
Added by Sonja Krisell on Aug 20, 2015 8:01 AM
Of course you can use any photos I have posted on both Find a Grave and Billiongraves.com.
Added by Nickole on Aug 18, 2015 5:43 AM
|Charles Purvis||Sgt. Ray Purvis 59131607|
I saw your flowers on Ray's memorial. I added some information about Ray. I didn't include the fact that he was a member of the 4th Ranger Battalion.
I know his son. We share the same last name and I was trying to find out if we are related and in doing so, uncovered the information about Ray. His son was an infant when Ray was killed at Anzio.
Added by Charles Purvis on Aug 13, 2015 9:52 PM
|Joan Kobernik Hoeft||Howard Alvord|
Sorry no military marker. I did add his wife.
Added by Joan Kobernik Hoeft on Aug 10, 2015 12:12 PM
|Lynn Ellis||Lawrence Durant|
This gentleman does not have a headstone yet, however, I do have a photo of the Funeral Home grave marker. Did you want that? Lynn
Added by Lynn Ellis on Jul 30, 2015 5:53 AM
|red||everett atkinson #147470765|
For your information. I went to take the headstone photo for Everett, I didn't find a marker but I did find a marker for Maurine Grulke Atkinson with a birth year of 1916 but no year of death.
Added by red on Jul 26, 2015 2:30 PM
|Laura V||Ole Olson 71517013|
I see that you have made a photo request for Ole Olson 71517013 whose memorial is in Florida Lutheran Cemetery in Lac qui Parle Co, MN.
I created his memorial from a list I found on the internet for that cemetery. Unfortunately, I cannot put my hands on that list just now.
I was in Florida Lutheran Cem in June of 2011 and have just been there again in June 2015. The first time I systematically photographed each stone going up and down each row (my daughter helped). This last visit I didn't have that much time so I only took photos randomly. Neither time did I find a stone/marker for Ole Olson so I presume he is in an unmarked grave or the list I worked from was incorrect.
I've looked in my genealogy notes and cannot find him there either so he must not be a relative of mine. I have many relatives in Florida Lutheran. My 2nd great-grandfather donated the land for the church that once stood on those grounds.
Sorry for the disappointment,
Added by Laura V on Jul 18, 2015 11:11 PM
|Cliff Carson||RE: Eacrett|
Yes you may use the picture and thanks for asking. Cliff
Added by Cliff Carson on Jul 09, 2015 4:43 AM