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James Coston (#47251791)
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Bio Photo US NAVY 1966-1968 Silent Service
VIET-NAM VETERAN (Radioman)
Radio operator on (2) submarines & a supply ship.
Duty stations in order of service:
USS RASHER AGSS-268
USS BAYA AGSS-318
USS GRAFFIAS AF-29
Main ID card VA & proud Navy Veteran !!
I specalize in babies (because they never got a chance) and veterans (because they gave us the chances that we have).
I'm hampered by 14K dial-up, so putting in fotos takes a while, be patient.
As a result of sub-service speed, I do most of my postings between 0400-0700 Texas time when internet usage is at a minimum.
Retired from GTE dba Verizon in Plano, Tx in 2007 after 27 years.
The dog in the foto is Precious, she is my constant traveling companion, mess with me and she goes into action, for real. !!!

Later, James Coston
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If U use my fotos that I worked so hard to obtain, respectfully request some sort of honorable mention, Thanks.
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J Burch
RE: Burch cemetery
Thank you again for your efforts. I am anxious to get back on my research. I hope that I can "pay it forward" by photographing cemeteries in my area. Going through some of the old cemeteries and seeing how time has taken a toll on some of the headstones has made preserving history (with photos) important to me. Thanks again for taking the time to go by the Burch Cemetery. Have a blessed day.
Added by J Burch on Nov 18, 2014 11:44 AM
Ldswoman
JW and Fannie Looney
Thank you so much for your close up and fine quality photographs of my ancestors!
Added by Ldswoman on Nov 16, 2014 8:43 PM
Tia Rutledge
Thank You
Thank you for taking the pictures for my grandfather and uncle (Dollar).

I would like to ask your permission to save the photos to my computer system that you took for FindaGrave.com for my personal genealogy research and posting to my family online. I will give credit to your work. Will you permit me to do that?

I really appreciate this,

Tia Rutledge
tia_rutledge@yahoo.com
Added by Tia Rutledge on Nov 15, 2014 7:16 AM
J Burch
RE: Burch Cemetery, Louisiana
Thank you for all of your efforts. If I give you photo credit, may I use your photos on my ancestry.com tree? I would greatly appreciate the addition of the photos. I live in MS so there is no way that I visit the Burch Cemetery myself. Thanks again. Have a blessed day.
Added by J Burch on Nov 14, 2014 3:17 PM
Lynn
Photos
Thanks for all your work and the photos in the Armour Cemetery in Limestone County, Texas
Added by Lynn on Nov 12, 2014 11:22 AM
Anonymous
RE: Confederate Cemetery, Dallas
http://www.dallasgenealogy.com/prod/index.php/confederate
Added by Anonymous on Nov 11, 2014 11:24 AM
Harold N. Womble
RE: Lancaster Surname, Oxford, Ga.
Thanks James

What a great way to spend a trip by preserving history for families to be able to research in the future. Alabama has very little information posted on the geneolgy web sites especially the out of way sites.

Thank you again for your work.
Added by Harold N. Womble on Oct 29, 2014 6:21 AM
Harold N. Womble
RE: Lancaster Surname, Oxford, Ga.
James

that would be great the address is 5897 Co Rd 27, Cuba, Alabama,

Head west on Exit 8 off of I-20 toward Al-17N

Turn left on AL-17 South go 2.5 miles
then turn right onto 4th Ave for .9 miles then turn right on Lincoln st for 4/10 mile

Turn left on to County Road 2 and go 4.8 miles until you reach CR 27 and turn Right stay on CR 27 for 2 miles and the church and cemetery will be on your left.

here is a link to the church and cemtery http://www.satelliteviews.net/cgi-bin/g.cgi?fid=124362&state=AL&ftype=church#


Added by Harold N. Womble on Oct 28, 2014 2:37 PM
Margaret Hall Diggs
Valton Horn
Thank you for the pictures, as to your questions I don't know but I have some other contacts who are more closely related and I have sent inquires to them hoping to get answers.
Added by Margaret Hall Diggs on Oct 23, 2014 9:51 AM
Patricia Williams Curry
Mexia City Cemetery
Thanks so much for your photos of the maker for Leslie Edward and Dorothy Elmira Copley Wheeler. I really appreciate your time and effort taking photos for Find a Grave. Pat
Added by Patricia Williams Curry on Oct 22, 2014 10:33 AM
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