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Sergeant Lou (#47094753)
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George Lloyd Bunting
I didn't intend what I wrote to be a bio - it was a request for a transfer. Please delete it out of the bio
Added by RosalieAnn on Dec 11, 2014 7:30 PM
Kelt Smith
George Avery Bunting.
Sgt. Lou-

Thank you. Yes, if you would add the following:

* He was born in Bishopville, Maryland just outside Ocean City.

* He had a doctorate degree in pharmacology from the University of MD which he obtained after he'd earned his bachelor' degree from Washington College.

* He bought the rights for a formula from an Ocean City doctor for an early sunburn remedy which he then perfected. The formula was marketed as a skin cream good for sunburn, and other assorted skin ails. One of Bunting's patients claimed that this cream 'knocked out his eczema' and the name NOXZEMA stuck ! (Today spelled NOXEMA)

* If you'd connect the family members together. Nellie was his wife; Dorothy, their daughter & Lloyd their son. BTW, Lloyd's 1st name was also George if you'd add that. Also, both father and son graduated from Washington College in Chestertown, Md.

Many thanks !
Added by Kelt Smith on Jul 06, 2014 8:53 PM
Kelt Smith
George A. Bunting
Sgt. Lou-

Got your message. Nope, I'm not related to Bunting. He was friends with my great grandfather & I know a little about him that I wanted to add which was why I asked if you'd be open to transfer. I hadn't considered the posts to be an amount of #s collected. If you don't want to transfer, would you be willing to add/edit some information on Dr. Bunting ?

p.s. I added his portrait to the post. (I) hope that's ok.
Added by Kelt Smith on Jul 05, 2014 2:46 PM
Thank You from C.R.Banks
Thank you, and God bless You Sargent Lou for taking the picture of my parent's memorial.Happy Memorial Day 2014 and I appreciate your service to our country. C.R.Banks(daughter of Joseph M.Brooks Sr. PFC Korea)
Added by C.R.Banks on May 26, 2014 8:49 AM
K Hughes
Raymond Burkhead
Thank you for the transfer and thank you very much for the updated picture of the headstone/plaque. I appreciate your note to me.
Added by K Hughes on May 05, 2014 4:23 PM
K Hughes
Memorial 89890549
Hi Seargeant Lou...

I was so happy to find this memorial as I have not been able to get back to the cemetary since the service for my Uncle. The note is correct - the last name is indeed Burkhead and we have notified the cemetary of such. Hopefully it is now changed and corrected.

Would you please transfer this memorial to me. I would love to add a decent bio for him. Thank you. I am #48202590
Added by K Hughes on Apr 29, 2014 2:12 PM
David Decker
Request a memorial transfer
Hello Lou, Can you transfer my sister's Memorial to me to maintain. Memorial # 36932914 MY ID # 48138157, Thank you for capturing and taking the time to set up her memorial God Bless you Sir
Added by David Decker on Feb 23, 2014 6:46 AM
Pam L. B. S.
Thank you
Thank you for documenting my grandfather and grandmother's memorial. May god bless you.
Added by Pam L. B. S. on Oct 10, 2013 7:41 PM
Evette Dingle-Smith
Request a memorial transfer.
Hello Lou, would you please transfer my 1st. cousin's James Boykin Memorial # 81171794 to my account # 48158042. Lou Thank You So Very Much For Creating His Memorial.
Added by Evette Dingle-Smith on Oct 01, 2013 7:40 PM
Kristen (Tozer) Kellick
Robert E. Tozer
Words cannot express my gratitude for your photo of my grandfather's headstone! Until a few months ago, I did not even know where he was buried. It means so much to have access to that image, and to see that his grave has been cared for.
Added by Kristen (Tozer) Kellick on Sep 11, 2013 6:33 AM
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