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Baritoneguitar (#47508525)
 member for 5 years, 3 months, 16 days
Ron Stewart
RE: Briak K. Milliken's listing on Find-A Grave
Brianís Find A Grave memorial has been deleted per the wishes of the family. It is never my intent to cause discomfort to a family.

That said, it must have been the familyís decision to have his stone inscribed with his personal information and to have that stone installed in a public place for the world to see. I merely take photographs of what the family has decided to place in the cemetery and then digitize it and place that information into a searchable database for genealogists to use. I didnít surreptitiously make off with the data. It is already available for the world to see in a public place and all I did was post online a copy of a photograph that I took and I own.

Just wanted to offer my thoughts on the subject. But, like I said I never intend to cause a family any discomfort and have complied with your request.

Ron Stewart

Added by Ron Stewart on Jul 12, 2016 11:49 AM

Family Tree Climber
RE: Dr. Brian K. Milliken
See your email for response... I've contacted the contributor who made the listing and asked him to make these changes.

Added by Family Tree Climber on Nov 22, 2013 2:23 PM

Chris Mills
SAC Museum
Hi Patrick, Excellent news! I will be emailing you shortly.

Added by Chris Mills on Jul 05, 2011 8:08 PM

Chris Mills
SAC Museum
No problem, Patrick. I understand there has been some wild weather in that part of the world so that is always a good excuse. I was just in the CAF Airpower Museum in Midland TX a week ago so I have gotten some of my aviation hobby quenched lately.

Added by Chris Mills on Jun 27, 2011 4:55 PM

Chris Mills
SAC Museum
Hi Patrick,

Anything you can find would be appreciated.

Added by Chris Mills on May 25, 2011 5:02 PM

Chris Mills
SAC Museum
Hi Patrick,

That's wild! I had no idea. There are three planes there of particular interest to me: an Avro Vulcan, a B-36, and a B-58. The other planes they have I have gotten pictures of at other museums, but those three are hard to find.

Added by Chris Mills on May 23, 2011 9:48 PM

Chris Mills
Hi Patrick,

I have a lot of relatives from Omaha, Illinois, but don't know about any from Omaha, Nebraska. The stuff in your neighborhood I would find interesting would be the SAC Museum in Ashland.

Added by Chris Mills on May 20, 2011 4:26 PM


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