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Marty (#46616562)
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Bio Photo I have always been interested in family history and old cemeteries.
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RE: Robert Holmlund
I have found a lot of helpful information on Find A Grave. Having the correct information (in this case exact dates) can make a big difference when researching - one case in point is my mother's maternal side of the family - the name is Martin. Finding correct dates, birth and death locations has helped me avoid following a wrong path on more than one occasion. A number of other people have also said the very same thing.

As I said, it is entirely up to you to add the data or not. As an aside, Robert Holmlund survived the action for which he was awarded the DCS. However, he was KIA later that day.

If you have no objections, I would be honored to sponsor this hero's memorial.

Hope I've clarified myself. It's not my intention to tell you or anyone else what to do. I research and pass the information on. It is then up to the manager to decide what they want to do.
Added by wings214 on Feb 23, 2015 2:35 PM
RE: Robert Holmlund
My reason is to have the correct data available. Find A Grave is also another resource for genealogical research. The decision to add it or not is entirely up to you.
Added by wings214 on Feb 23, 2015 7:40 AM
RE: Robert Holmlund
No, I'm not related, but thank you for asking. I like to research our heroes and get the correct information on their memorials as well as leave remembrances for their birthdays and Angel Days. My favorite hero is my father, Capt. William Perry Brown, Jr.
Added by wings214 on Feb 22, 2015 7:30 PM
Mike McQuaid
Daniel O'Hanlon 1865-1930
The records show that Daniel was buried on 22nd May 1930 in section SV. Section Sv is a 'public' section where all the graves are unmarked.
I have attached a photo of the area to his page for your info' but won't be offended if you delete it as it does nothing for your research.
You may have already seen that his last recorded address (on the burial records ) was 147a Mill Rd, Liverpool.
Sorry it wasn't more successful
Added by Mike McQuaid on Jan 22, 2015 11:12 AM
Doug Kalahar
RE: Anna Veillette (# 121880570)
Hi Marty . . . thanks for your note. Interesting. I was unaware that Anna YORT had a first marriage. I have linked her to Mr. WICK. Any other information you may have on him or the marriage would be great! Thanks again . . .


Doug Kalahar
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Added by Doug Kalahar on Jan 15, 2015 4:39 AM
RE: Lawrence Koska
Ok, that's fine with me. My info was from the newspaper obituary but I know sometimes those aren't always accurate.
Thank you.
Added by LAOsbourn on Jan 14, 2015 8:18 PM
Nancy Delaney
RE: Mary Klescz Smith
Glad I could help. I have several relatives that I can't find any information about; so I understand finding a clue helps so much. If I can help you further just let me know.
Added by Nancy Delaney on Oct 13, 2014 1:55 PM
Nancy Delaney
RE: Mary Klescz Smith
You are most welcome. I also found her husband Earl & daughter Angeline, they are now listed as being in the cemetery. Glad to help.
Added by Nancy Delaney on Oct 12, 2014 3:42 PM
Mike Youngblood
RE: Youngbloods…...
Very Possible as my GGrandfather was Daniel D. Youngblood, Grandfather was Jasper Newton Youngblood and my Father was Toliver Jasper Youngblood, You can write me at and I'll send you what I have on some of our ancestors.
Added by Mike Youngblood on Oct 11, 2014 8:21 PM
L Eriksson
Nevils photo request
I took photos today of Wilber's grave. Buried next to him was his wife Pearl C. Nevils. To the right of Pearl was Velma Nevils Gary (Wilber's daughter) and on the left of Wilber was his daughter Pyllis E. Foster. Stone says Phyllis Foster with Nevils below. Note his gravestone says Wilber, not Wilbur. Do you want to make a memorial for Pearl, Velma, & Phyllis and I'll add the photos, or would you rather I just send you the photos?
Added by L Eriksson on Oct 10, 2014 7:20 PM
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