|Paddy Clan (#46872679)|
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|Born in Lowell, MA and raised by my mum in Swindon, England. I joined the US Air Force some years ago and retired in 2005. Still working with the military and enjoying it. I found this site purely by chance and enjoy assisting others.|
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|Kevin Mansfield||RE: Donald Russell Mitchell|
Thank you for your kind note. People like you are the reason that I spend so much effort with my cemetery project. Best wishes to you for all things.
|robert ||Taunja Bennett|
hello! I'm the brother of taunja, I just want to say thank you for making this site.
Added by robert on Jan 20, 2015 5:53 PM
|Bluewillow||RE: William G. Woodruff|
William Gould Woodruff is my gg Grandfather. Documentation in his military records state that he was born in Skaneateles, NY.
|Kris Jackson||RE: Moran, William Marshall|
Thank you so much for checking this out and uploading the new photos!
Happy New Year!
|RosalieAnn||St John's in St. Mary's County|
Saint John Francis Regis is the correct name for St. John's Church in Hollywood Maryland.
|Buddy||RE: Harry McFadden Jr|
Sorry. No. But you might want to check at ancestry.com.
Added by Buddy on Oct 25, 2010 3:54 PM
|Martha Lowe||Paddy Clan~|
Thank you so much for your visits to my family memorials and also adding me to your friends list. I will do the same and hope to visit more. As you saw we just lost our daughter Teresa on Sept.9th and then the father of her 2 children was killed in a auto wreck on Oct.9th. As You know grief will make you sick and their are days I can hardly get out of bed. I visted your sponsored memorials if you have other family I missed please let me know!
Your Friend, Martha
|DEBBIE RAMSEY||KENNY RAMSEY|
THIS IS MY BROTHERS GRAVE. WHO IS LOOKING FOR HIM
|Brian M. Hass||Grave of John Gillen at St. Joseph Cemetery|
I saw that you have a grave photo request for John Gillen at St. Joseph Cemetery, Union County, South Dakota. John Gillen appears to be the only person to have been buried under the Gillen surname at that cemetery (based on fairly recent burial records for the cemetery); and, his grave is apparently unmarked (I have recorded all of the markers at St. Joseph). At some point in the future, I could try to figure out where he is buried and to get a photo of the site.
It was a nice day to get out after a South Dakota Winter.
Added by Rod on Mar 20, 2009 8:54 PM
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