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Sue Johnson (#46850117)
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James Earl (Sam) Price
Royal Netherlands Flyning School in Exile
Dear Sue;
Working on a project.
I think I have pieced together the names of the 26 Dutch flyers that were killed in flying accidents while flying from Jackson, Missisisppi,
They are buried in Cedar Lawn Cemetery,
Seeking Bio Informaion,
I see your name around a lot
Please help if you can.

James Earl (Sam) Price
Added by James Earl (Sam) Price on Apr 11, 2016 11:38 AM
Judy Archer Brucker
J. B. Chapman
Thank you Sue for the virtual flowers for my grandfather James Benjamin Chapman and grandmother possibly buried there too Nettie Chapman.
Added by Judy Archer Brucker on Dec 12, 2015 1:48 AM
Daddy Chaps
Gertrude E. Chapman
Hi Sue.I'm wondering if this Gertrude was married to Orrin Louis Chapman.I have very little on him but know he married Gertrude Bergstrom and this lady was born about the same time he was.Orrin was my grandfather's brother.Thanks for any help.
Added by Daddy Chaps on Feb 20, 2014 9:20 PM
martin johnson
abigail pyner
Hello Sue! We are related to the Pyner family, and we think to Abigail. My father's mother was a Pyner, and they lived in Barking, England. Oddly, I have a sister who was, before her marriage to Paul Saville, Susan Mary Johnson! Thank you for leaving flowers: are you a relative as well? Best wishes from Martin Johnson
Added by martin johnson on Feb 05, 2013 2:44 AM
Gary Henthorn
The Henthorn family
Hello Sue, my name is Gary, the youngest son of George and Letha Henthorn from Meigs County, Ohio. I have made too many visits to Bald Knob and have photos from the 1950's to present. I began my search of the Henthorn/Henthorne name in the 1990's and located records from Lancashire England and traced the family movements through Delaware and Virgina and along the Ohio river with many interesting and sometimes amusing discoveries. What are some of the places you have visited and how are we related?

Gary
Added by Gary Henthorn on Jan 08, 2013 7:22 AM
Alice P.
Philip H. Linsenbigler
Sue,
I am sorry but Philip did not have a stone. I posted a picture with a "marker" where he is buried and his coordinates as to location of his grave. If you would prefer not to have this pictue let me know and I will delete it for you.
Take care and again I am so sorry I could not fill your request.
Alice
Added by Alice P. on May 28, 2010 6:10 PM
Shirley Ashley
Charlie Raymond Clark
Thank you so very much for leaving a church for my dear Brother. He would have loved this..
Added by Shirley Ashley on Jan 22, 2010 8:27 PM
Andrew Miller
Thanks for the flowers
Sue -

Thank you for the virtual flowers on my great-great-great-grandfather's (Francis Lewis-Linwood Cemterty, New London County, CT) grave.

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Andrew
Added by Andrew Miller on Dec 20, 2009 8:49 PM
 

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