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I'm retired. I've been doing genealogy since about 1991. Like many genealogists I enjoy walking through old cemeteries and wondering about the lives of those who are laid to rest below my feet.|
Contact me, VIA THE EDIT TAB on a memorial,
if I have entered info of a friend or loved one and there is an error to be fixed or additions to be made. I welcome a POLITE request for changes, corrections, etc. Again a POLITE request.
PLEASE USE THE TAB on the specific memorial to send or suggest corrections or ask questions. DEMANDS OR RUDENESS WILL BE IGNORED.
REMEMBER THERE SHOULD NOT BE ANY REASON FOR RUDENESS OR TELLING EACH OTHER HOW TO DO THEIR JOB! Politeness goes much further.
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|Jennifer Fowler||RE: Cousins - Hermanus Kuster|
sure just email me my email should be public :) Sorry to get back to you so late. Yes Hermanus Kuster is my great X7 grandfather. I will email you the file i have tracing my family tree. a lot has been recorded through my grandmothers sister (my great aunt and ancestry.com filled in the spots that she had missed)
I believe you left a message regarding the Gooch Family. Yes I am related to the Gooch's. Aletha E Gooch Williams is my great great grandmother. I got the correction regarding the parents of Aletha Gooch. We have been trying to prove out that Mary "Polly" Ann William Gooch was her mother for months and have not been able to prove it out. Would you please share any information that you have regarding this? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for all your help! Denise
|Brnc||RE: Meadows family|
Lorine Meadows d/o Burton Meadows was married to my 1st cousin 2x removed. Burton was the son of George. George was the son of John. John was the son of David. David had a son Andrew Lapp Meadows who was married to Mary Catherine Mitchell. Hope this makes sense. Actually according to my FTM. Andrew Lapp was the uncle of wife of my 1st g grand uncle. Genealogy can be quite confusing can it not? Lorine Meadow married Ira Elbert Meadows Sr. His father, Marion Harvey Meadows was a brother to my g grandmother Harriet Cordelia Meadows Norton. Only someone doing genealogy can make sense out of something like this. Have a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving.
Added by Brnc on Nov 24, 2013 7:58 AM
|Brent Gillespie||RE: Meadows family|
Mary Catherine (Mitchell) Meadows: i have found no direct relation between me & her. There is a possible relation between her mother Sally (Gooch) Mitchell & my Gooch line who came from Campbell Co. Virginia to Green Co., & Hart Co., KY to Puxico, Stoddard Co., MO. But never could connect her.
|Judy Cain Bowser||Charlotte "Lottie" August Embree Webber|
Charlotte Webber's memorial has been updated. If you would like me to transfer her to you, I would be more than happy to do so.
|Barbara Boardman Wilhelm||Unknown Embree|
There is no tombstone - I've always assumed that this was an infant.
|D.C. Adams||Donald McFaul, Memorial# 40359717|
Donald McFaul, Memorial# 40359717, I've listed below the Navy Cross citation for CPO McFaul in case you wanted to list part or all of it in his memorials bio area;
The President of the United States of America takes pride in presenting the Navy Cross (Posthumously) to Chief Engineman Donald L. McFaul (NSN: 541641184), United States Navy, for extraordinary heroism while serving as Platoon Chief Petty Officer of Sea-Air-Land Team FOUR (SEAL-4), GOLF Platoon during Operation JUST CAUSE at Paitilla Airfield, Republic of Panama on 20 December 1989. Chief Petty Officer McFaul's platoon was an element of Naval Special Warfare Task Unit PAPA, whose crucial mission was to deny to General Noriega and his associates the use of Paitilla Airfield as an avenue of escape from Panama. After insertion from sea by rubber raiding craft, Golf Platoon was patrolling toward their objective, a hangar housing General Noriega's aircraft, when they were engaged by heavy small arms fire. Realizing that most of the first squad, 25 meters north of his position, had been wounded, he left the relative safety of his own position in order to assist the wounded lying helplessly exposed. Under heavy enemy fire and with total disregard for his personal safety, Chief Petty Officer McFaul moved forward into the kill zone and began carrying a seriously wounded platoon member to safety. As he was nearing the safety of his own force's perimeter, he was mortally wounded by enemy fire. Chief Petty Officer McFaul's heroic actions and courage under fire saved his teammate's life and were an inspiration for other acts of heroism as the assault force prevailed in this decisive battle. By his extraordinary bravery, personal sacrifice, and inspiring devotion to duty, Chief Petty Officer McFaul reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.
|Debbie Carter McClure||RE: Mt Emblem Cem|
I won't be forgetting County Line Rd. anytime soon. When we were going into the Cemetery and coming out, the sign kept catching my eye. Maybe my Grandparents were trying to tell me something and I wasn't catching the meaning. Now that is a Sign...doodoodoodoo. It's a beautiful place.
|D Jones||RE: Westscot|
You're very welcome. Enjoy
Added by D Jones on Oct 05, 2013 5:22 PM
|Chad Eugene Schneider||RE: George Landis|
You are very Welcome....I hope the side shot is ok
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