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IF YOU SEND ANYTHING TO ME MAKE SURE YOU LEAVE SOMEWAY TO CONTACT YOU. I DELETE ANY AND ALL MESSAGES WITHOUT A RESPONDING EMAIL OR MESSAGE AVAILABLITY TO YOU.
The Marine Corps Project I am working on is valid and correct is what I would like to happen with it. Any Marine, any War or Peace time...
Marine Corps history can be told here, even from the ones that can no longer tell their own stories.
If you know where an unknown burial for a Marine is located, please let me know.
If you have a photo or a story about any Marine, please send it on.
Duplication is a big NO NO - if I have created one let me know and I will fix my problem. If you have created one I will let you know. If that problem can be solved great, if not Administration will be given the opportunity to work with it.
Thanks to all of you that are already helping. I cannot do it without your help.
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|Connie Carl||RE: Joseph Robert Witherspoon|
I am not quite sure of the message.
He is at Kelseyville Cemetery. What did I do?
|Zachriah Fike||RE: LT Henry Alexander Schenk|
Pam, thanks for the response. I am working for Mr. McEachin, LT Schenk was his Platoon Leader and the LT died saving his life. We are looking for the family together to return this medal. Why did you pick PA for your memorial?
|Zachriah Fike||LT Henry Alexander Schenk|
Hello Pam, I see that you have posted a grave for LT Henry Alexander Schenk being burried in Manheim Cemetery in PA. My name is CPT Zachariah Fike with www.purpleheartsreunited.org. I am looking to return a purple heart to LT Schenk's family. I have spoken to the care taker at that cemetery and he says he is not burried there and there are no records. Can you tell me how you came to your findings or would you perhaps have information on the family?
Your assistance would be greatly appreciated.
|Billy M. Brown||LCpl Harold Edward Boetcher|
I had notified the other memorial contributor, I guess they deleted theirs.
|Cathy Taylor||Capt. Harold Green in Lincoln Twp. Cemetery|
My name is Cathy Taylor and I am currently updating and completing burial information for the cemeteries in Clare County. I noticed your message on Capt. Harold Green's memorial site concerning whether or not Lincoln Township cemetery was the correct location of his military marker. YES--his marker was placed along with other Green family members in this cemetery.
I thought I would pass this information along to you in case you may still be wondering.
Thank you for the incredible work you are doing! And feel free to contact me if you need some footwork or research done in this area.
|Susan Brew||Grateful daughter|
Pam, thank you for the China Marine emblem you placed in my father's virtual memorial. It touches me that you are working on the Marine Corp Project. My father's service will never be forgotten. My very deepest appreciation goes to you
PS I am sorry about the last msg as it had flowers stated instead of the emblem. In addition, my father carefully (and beautifully)chronicled his service and time he spent in China and Korea, including pictures, names of people and places, battles etc. Is the Marine Corp Project interesting in archiving any of these things?
Again, thank you and peace. This time I have placed my contacted information on the message :).
|Verland Blaney||memerial for Boardman Hill, Sr|
I requested a photo for Boardman Hill, Jr buried at Old McArdenville Cemetery in N C #68625979. I was told the cemetery was closed, so could not take a photo. He also has another marker beside his parents in S C.Can you give me any info on Boardman.
|Red||The Ugly Angels|
Thank you for the photos you have posted for the members of the Marine Helicopter Squadron 362. I added them after seeing the plaque on a helicopter at a Memorial Day ceremony in Tulsa. The bird had been found in a salvage yard in Arizona and was restored by a man in Inola, Oklahoma. It still has bullet holes in it and is being flown today to various ceremonies. Red
Added by Red on Mar 29, 2013 6:50 AM
|John Kimbrough||Great Work|
Pam, thanks for the great work you are doing. A little search persistence paid off and I found our family member who died in Korea. Now we can link him into his parents and our family.
Kudos, John Kimbrough
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