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Anna O'Quinn Richter (#47329432)
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Karyn Buckner Garvin
Herbert Parsons obituary
Thank you for the information, I did a write up from the information in it, and you may remove it from the photo section now.

I appreciate it, Karyn.

Added by Karyn Buckner Garvin on Jul 09, 2014 6:46 PM

Fran Bundy
RE: Mary Rentz-
Rentz cousins... Have not found any of those... yet.

Added by Fran Bundy on Jul 08, 2014 1:24 PM

Barbara Lehman
Re:Lawson memorial
Please look again. David's name IS on the memorial.Right side seventh from top reads
That's why I posted the photo.

Added by Barbara Lehman on Jul 08, 2014 10:47 AM

jim ravencraft
RE: Camerons
Thanks I was helping a patron with this request.

Added by jim ravencraft on Jul 07, 2014 6:28 PM

jim ravencraft
Cameron family
Do you have any information on William Drayton Cameron. Wife was Elizabeth Harmon Cameron buried in the Prosperity Cemetery. I am trying to find out when/where he died and where he is buried. Thank you.

Added by jim ravencraft on Jul 07, 2014 1:45 PM

Charles Long
Thanks for adding the obit. i think it adds alot to a persons memorial!

Added by RLK on Jul 07, 2014 5:46 AM

Thomas Lewis Alexander
Thank you for your help. I hope someone will add him to find a grave. I hope that he has a monument where he is buried. Thanks again. G agee.

Added by agagee on Jul 06, 2014 2:39 PM

Dr Thomas Lewis Alexander
Would you please see if there is an obit. for Thomas Lewis Alexander , Memorial number 105238416 ,in the Scranton, Penn. news paper. I put him in Evergreen cemetery until I can find where he is buried. Thanks for your help G Agee.

Added by agagee on Jul 06, 2014 4:57 AM

Barbara Ardis Coker
Double Names
Find A Grave states that it should be the last name entered upon the headstone. In order to see the headstone, a visit to the cemetery might be necessary!!!!

Added by Barbara Ardis Coker on Jul 02, 2014 1:25 PM

Bill Thayer
my e‑mail address
I don't know what to do; my e‑mail address works, I've been receiving mail — including your own notice via Find-a‑Grave! — here it is again: Note that to prevent my server from trashing e‑mails addressed to me by spammers, you should include my name…


Added by Bill Thayer on Jul 01, 2014 9:14 AM

Heather Sanders
RE: Milton Hamton Denmark Cobb 120021732
What a name indeed! And you're very welcome. :)

Added by Heather Sanders on Jul 01, 2014 7:42 AM

Bill Thayer
W. J. Glasgow
Oh, and Cullum rarely lists graduates by their full names, although you saw that here as in most of the others, by Supplement V or VI the full name gets put in the article. It was a space constraint for him, in the title of the entry and in the indexes. I've respected the editorial choice but if the Register doesn't include it itself at some point, I usually make an effort to insert it myself.


Added by Bill Thayer on Jun 27, 2014 3:47 PM

Bill Thayer
Fr. Matthew O'Keefe
Thank you for this introduction to a good man! If a person is a hero, he is not minor in my book. (I imagine you poked around on my site and found the biography of Servant of God Fr. Kapaun, CMOH, among either my Catholic History or my Military History stuff.)

At any rate, I'm surprised that Wickedpedia — which has an article on every Pokemon card put out by humankind — doesn't have an article on him. His connection alone, not accidental, with Mahone, Jefferson Davis during the latter's captivity, and Cardinal Gibbons ought to make him what the good folk at WP call "notable". I stay away from WP like the plague, though, so I'm not going to do it.

You also have me, so far unsuccessfully, hunting for a biography of Fr. O'Keefe that (a) might not be on line, but (b) be in the public domain: he's exactly the kind of American historical figure I like most and am most interested in. If you have a good reference, I mean other than the occasional article here and there, like under his church or the article at Perseus, and other than the book he wrote (which is online at GoogleBooks, and falls under religion rather than history) do lemme know!

▸ I notified Col. Glasgow's memorial keeper, Julia Cruz, as you suggested. It will probably be a long time, though, before I put his entry on my site.


Added by Bill Thayer on Jun 27, 2014 3:43 PM

Bill Thayer
W. J. Glasgow
Cullum is sort of indigestible, isn't he? Or at least most of the time, like here…

Thanks for the mention; as a help to your readers, you might want to mark it as being Cullum's Register: military types (and I know it must seem weird, but I'm not one of them!) would be looking for that as an authoritative source for USMA grads.


Added by Bill Thayer on Jun 27, 2014 2:14 PM

Bill Thayer
W. J. Glasgow
— and that transcription turned out easier than I thought; Page now up at aforesaid URL, or short form, Hope it's useful.

Caught a typo in your Find-a‑Grave page, faithfully reproduced from typo at WPAOG (which is often abysmally proofread: or rather scanned and not proofread at all). savior ▸ savoir, of course.

Gen. Glasgow by the way was the father of William Jefferson Glasgow, Jr., also a West Pointer, Class of 1927, Cullum No. 8150, who died in Japan during the American occupation, Nov. 14, 1947.

American & Military History

Added by Bill Thayer on Jun 27, 2014 1:51 PM

Bill Thayer
W J Glasgow
We crossed postings… ! Gimme a day or two, although I can tell you the URL of the page already, even though of course it's not up:


Added by Bill Thayer on Jun 27, 2014 12:04 PM

Bill Thayer
Gen. Glasgow
Ah, *William* Jefferson Glasgow — he's Cullum 3414, Class of 1891. Wasn't on my To‑Do list (just over my target zone, and not mentioned elsewhere on my site), but I'm putting him on it now, and will get back to you when I get his entries up.


Added by Bill Thayer on Jun 27, 2014 12:03 PM

Bill Thayer
West Point virtual cemetery
Thanks for the heads‑up on Col. Kennedy —

What I'm doing is, in many cases where needed, providing added information to Find-a‑Grave by referencing the entries in Cullum's Register, which I've been putting online at About 2800 of them are up now, and some of the AOG obituaries etc. In the process, I tag those Find-a‑Grave pages that are essentially contentless (e.g., 41695847 Martin Hughes) so that others can find the biographical material.

I'm working my way thru Cullum in something like chronological order, certainly thru the end of the Class of 1890 (Cullum #3384); and sometimes beyond, as needed usually for the purposes of my own site, a large site on American history. Col. Kennedy is Cullum #9489, well past my target zone.

Cullum is online, thru the 1950 Supplement, at USMA in PDF form, although it's hard to find and in several dozen pieces unlinnked to each other. In unmassaged form, Supplements VIII (Col. Kennedy's graduation year) and IX (thru 1950) read as follows:

9489 DAVID HAMILTON KENNEDY (B. Sept. 2, 1909, S.C.; Ap'd S.C.) Class Rank 166

Military History:-Cadet U.S.M.A., July 2, 1928 to June 10, 1932, appointed (2d Lt. F.A.) (Detailed to A.C., July 22, 1932) At Randolph Field, Tex., student off., A.C. Primary Flying School, July 31, 1932 to July 1, 1933; at Kelly Field, Tex., student off., A.C. Advanced Flying School, to Oct. 18, 1933; on leave and en route to station to Nov. 8, 1933; at Langley Field, Va., 2d Bomb. Group, Asst. Group Operations Off., and with 49th Bomb. Sq., Sq. Adj., Mess, Supply and Transportation Off., to (Trfd to A.C., Feb. 16, 1934) (1st Lt., temp., A.C., Apr. 20, 1935) (1st Lt. A.C., Aug. 1, 1935) June 23, 1936; on leave and en route to station June 25 to Aug. 20, 1936; at Chanute Field, Ill., student off., Communications Course, A.C. Technical School, to June 30, 1937; Asst. Director, Dept. of Basic Instructions, A.C. Technical School, to Oct. 14, 1937; en route to San Francisco, Calif., Oct. 20, 1936 to Nov. 8, 1937; at Ft. Lewis, Wash., 91st Obs. Sq., Nov. 11, 1937 to June 2, 1939; on leave and en route to station to June 24, 1939; at Pasadena, Calif., student off., California Institute of Technology, June 27, 1939 to June 7, 1940; on leave and en route to station to June 22, 1940; at McChord Field, Wash., to - (Capt., temp., A.C., Sept. 9, 1940).

Military History:-McChord Fid Wash, AB WxO, 1 Jul 40-(Capt AUS 9 Sep 40)- (Maj AUS AC 22 Jul 41)-(Lt Col AUS AC 23 Jan 42)-(Maj AUS 3 Jun 42)-(Capt AC 10 Jun 42),-31 Aug 42; Great Falls Mont, Canada, Alaska, Regional Control Off, CO 16 Wx Sq, I Sep 42-(Lt Col AUS 5 Jan 43)-(Col AUS AC 16 Jul 43)-(LM)-30 Jun 44; SWPA, Staff WxO FEAF, CO Wx Gp, 1 Jul 44-(Col AUS 1 Aug 44)-30 Jun 45. (Col Ret dsbl 31 Jan 46). Civil History:-Exec Secy to J Strom Thurmond, Governor of SC, 14 Aug 43-Williston SC.

As for George Jefferson Glasgow, either he's not a West Point graduate, or he graduated after 1950; I'm sorry I don't have any information …

Kind regards,
Bill Thayer
American & Military History

Added by Bill Thayer on Jun 27, 2014 11:54 AM

Courtney Jones
RE: Levi Jones
Unfortunately, we're still not sure any details of his service. My grandfather tried to find any records he could and finally gave up sometime in the 60's. I tried on and off for awhile and finally decided that maybe he actually hadn't served but, last year a distant cousin found a typed copy of a letter that he'd written to his parents in October of 1964 while he was apparently a guard at "Camp State Prison" near Columbia. So while I do believe again that he did serve, no one has been able to find any actual records with details.

Added by Courtney Jones on Jun 26, 2014 6:22 PM

Courtney Jones
Levi Jones
Spot freed up, sorry about that. I'd forgotten they were all used. Thanks so so so much!

Added by Courtney Jones on Jun 26, 2014 5:25 PM

RE: Robert Kinloch
Anna, if Terry is going to return it that's fine. He can do what he want with the write up. I trust you that it will be returned. If you know him and the memorial means that much to him tell him he can keep it. I mean that in the nicest way!


Added by Saratoga on Jun 26, 2014 5:02 PM

Nancie Lovett Perdue Whitfield Dubard
Edward Lever #39528754
Hello, I saw where you had sent in edits for memorials managed by Nancie Dubard in the past. Sadly, she passed away in May. If you would like management of any of her memorials please send an edit requesting the transfer and I will be happy to transfer them. Her husband is allowing me to transfer her memorials to me and others who are willing to manage them. I have changed the email on Nancie's page so edits will come to me instead of her email. Her husband says he is not very computer savvy and did not know what to do with the info on F A G.

Thank you,

Pat Millican

Added by Nancie Lovett Perdue Whit... on Jun 26, 2014 9:28 AM

Susan Williams
RE: Bamberg Cemetery surveys
Anna, my daughter and I did a cemetery list several years ago for South End and Denmark Cemetery in Bamberg County. I uploaded them to the Bamberg County Cemetery web page. This was before Find A Grave came along. However, my lists have been used to place names on Find A Grave. There may be some typo's..........I did my best to correctly put the dates in when I was typing. Thank You!

Added by Susan Williams on Jun 23, 2014 2:57 PM

Barbara Ardis Coker
Virtual Cemeteries
I am truly impressed that you admire my work so much that you've created a "Virtual Cemetery" just for my memorials.

Added by Barbara Ardis Coker on Jun 23, 2014 1:09 PM

Barbara Ardis Coker
Please remove my name from your list of "Friends."

Added by Barbara Ardis Coker on Jun 23, 2014 6:14 AM


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