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Elizabeth Reed (#46561848)
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Bio Photo In the event of the same memorial listed twice on the same day, please refer to the MEMORIAL number. The lowest MEMORIAL # was the one added first, with the highest MEMORIAL # being the duplicate.*

*(With the exception of unscrupulous methods which are easily detected by admins)

"Folks, SEARCH before you create and sponsor. Search HARD." -AJ

PGR member since Feb 2006

Please do not assume, 'of anytown, anystate' means birth city and state.

Full time Student, 4.0 (summers too) so I'm slower with edits than usual. I'm knocking out the oldest edit's/SAC's and transfers a few at a time, while trying to keep the newest ones updated, too. Thank you all for your patience. You guys are the best!

Please be respectful in understanding that not all suggestions are necessary. Chances are that I already know the info, but have chosen not to include it for various reasons.

Military ranks are included in the name title when the full rank is among the choices in the drop down menu. Example: Sgt 1st Class should not be listed as Sgt; 2nd Lt should not be listed as Lt., and so on. If the full rank name cannot be placed in the title (as I wish they could be) then the full rank will always be in bio section.

On the other hand, I will gladly accept any pertinent information you submit. (citing source)

Please use the "Edit" feature to submit corrections. I'm far too busy to look for memorials, so that method helps to expedite your request. Thanks.

Need a memorial transfer? You'll need to use the edit feature on the memorial in question. Please allow 30 days.

Corrections and Transfer request submitted on this page will be ignored.

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Bernard James
Big Thanks;
I wish to thank Elizabeth Reed for the input photo of my brother, SGT. General F. James Jr. to this site. I discovered it today and have been on it for hours. Cudo's to all who work so diligently give of your time because you care.


Retired Marine..
Added by Bernard James on Jul 26, 2014 11:56 PM
Phyllis June "Miller" Johnson
Adam Perkins
I stumbled across the memorial for Adam Perkins that you created. I'm just curious why the buttons to add photos is disabled. I never saw this before. I don't know Adam Perkins, just curious about it. Thanks
Added by Phyllis June "Miller" Jo... on Jul 23, 2014 6:46 AM
Col. Ed McMenamy, USMC(Ret.)
Capt. Jack Consolvo
Thank you for your efforts. Minor typo in the write up..."His Find A Grave observed that while the aircraft was uncontrollable the "

Find A Grave should be FAC as in Forard Air Controller.
Added by Col. Ed McMenamy, USMC(Re... on Jul 21, 2014 7:11 PM
Dianne Murray Powers
Pictures on RE Murray's page.
I have added some pics to Dad's (RE Murray) page. I don't know how to change the position or order of the pictures. Would you please go in and move the pictures and show the pics of Dad to show first. Thank you for maintaining and keeping such a loving memorial. Dianne Murray Powers
Added by Dianne Murray Powers on Jul 12, 2014 12:26 PM
Terri Sanders Hudson
Sanders
Ok, I see where you have done a lot of work on the family as I am doing my family tree on my Dad's side. thank you for getting back with me.
Added by Terri Sanders Hudson on Jul 10, 2014 3:48 PM
Terri Sanders Hudson
Sanders
Are you kin to the Sanders???
Added by Terri Sanders Hudson on Jul 10, 2014 1:58 PM
Karen M. Freeman
RE: JENNIE MARIE WALTON SHARP BATTS
Good Morning Elizabeth,

Thank you for taking care of this so quickly. Ironically, even the marker of Jessie Marvin Sharpe omitted the 'e'; however, it is on his NC Cert of Death and on other docs. It's just one of those details that gets overlooked.

I will call Montlawn today after 10:00 am to try once more to obtain the gravesite locations of Jennie, husbands Jessie & Alonzo 'Lonnie' and his 1st wife Ruby Virginia Payne. Weeks ago I spoke with 'Rose' and she was supposed to look them up & call me back but she has not; so I need to follow-up on this.

Jennie is the only one for whom there is no photo of her headstone on her Memorial page. I have a contact who will go take a photo if I will give her the grave location.

Have a good day and thank you for your dedication to this meaningful labor of love, too.

Karen M. Freeman
Cherry Log, GA
07 July 2014
Added by Karen M. Freeman on Jul 07, 2014 7:54 AM
Karen M. Freeman
JENNIE MARIE WALTON SHARP BATTS
Hi Elizabeth,

Discovered today that the name SHARP has an 'E' on the end; so will you add an 'e' to Sharp in the bio sketch you have posted for Jennie Marie Walton (Sharp) Batts?

I have submitted a "name addition" (MARIE and SHARPE) & a "spouse link" to her 1st husband JESSIE MARVIN SHARPE (1907-1961), age 54, a Pharmacist; also buried at Montlawn; Find A Grave # 47834729.

Thank you,
Karen M. Freeman
Cherry Log, GA
06 July 2014
Added by Karen M. Freeman on Jul 06, 2014 1:03 PM
Lee
Leland S. McCants III
Leland S. McCants III was in Officers' Candidates' School with me in the same platoon March to September 1967 in Ft. Sill, Oklahoma. We lived in the same squad bay for 6 months before we shipped out to Vietnam. We were pretty good buddies. His dad was an Airforce Colonel, who is now buried at Arlington. Lee and I lost track of each other when we shipped out to different areas in the conflict. I was wounded, sent to DaNang, then back into combat. Leland died while trying to save another soldier. I never knew that until many years later. My wife and I visited the Wall in Washington D.C. to leave our rememberances near his name. Thank you for honoring him in Find A Grave. God bless America, and Lt. McCants, thank you for your service and sacrifice.

~~Robby
Added by Lee on Jun 29, 2014 6:42 PM
Beka
Hey
I went and took pictures of his Cemetery Plot today and would love for you to have them. If you'd message me an email or something, that would be wonderful.
Added by Beka on Jun 28, 2014 1:29 PM
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