|Patrick Ryan McGrady (#47493566)|
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I was born in Carroll county located in Southwest Virginia in 1959 and was raised by a dedicated and now retired marine and a wonderful mother. I have a sister who is the only red head in the family. I served with the U.S. Army from 1979-1992. I am married to Dawn and live in Alexandria, Va. I've been working at Quantico National Cemetery for the Department of Veterans Affairs since 2003.|
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I have transfered the Alda memorial to you.
Two requests because you grew up with his son is no reason for transfer.
Added by Subic on Sep 16, 2012 6:47 AM
|Jim Tipton||RE: Add sister and brother|
At the moment, you can only add parents and spouses. That is all you really need to build out a family tree. If you add two memorials w/ the same parents, the system automatically detects that they are siblings.
|Ron Stewart||RE: Want transfer|
I transferred her to your father yesterday.
|John Evans||RE: Question|
I retired 3 years ago come October from the US Postal Service. I guess with all the time I have spent on Find-A-Grave you could call me a volunteer employee.
|Ron Stewart||Want transfer|
Thank you for your service!
Want me to transfer your aunt Goldie to you? Send me your member number.
US Army Corps of Engineers, 1970-1996
|John Evans||Quantico Cemetery|
Welcome to Find-A-Grave first of all, but I hate to say it that all of the memorial you have created so far are duplicates the one that belong to the veterans affair I am sure that Find-A-Grave would transfer to you and most people that maintain memorial are happy to post anything that you might like to add, but Find-A-Grave frowns on duplicates.
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