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Aunt & Uncle T (#48286700)
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Bio Photo Some of the fondest memories of Aunt T's childhood are visiting her older infant brother's grave site in a beautiful old cemetery. After paying respects to him and her great-grandparents (they shared a plot), her family would then wander around the cemetery reading inscriptions and trying to find the oldest dates. She would always read the names aloud, feeling it made them more real to her and wondering when the last time someone on earth had uttered their names.

Now we both share the same interests in tracing our roots and still love to walk around old cemeteries reading names and dates. We're grateful we can do it "virtually" for those ancestors that are buried far from us.

We are happy to transfer memorials if you are a closer relative than us. Family belongs with family, so all you have to do is ask!
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Messages left for Aunt & Uncle T (42)[Leave Message]
Alan Price
RE: Clifton Leroy Ricker
Hi, thank you very much for your reply. I will give to you my U.K. Mobile, Cellphone number 0044 7572 008 596. I am reluctant to say too much here because anyone can read it. However, if you know anyone that would be interested in what I am about to say, please give to them my U.K. Mobile, Cellphone Number and ask them to send a Text Message to me.Clifton Leroy Ricker is a very unusual Name, and I think there was only one American Soldier in the Philippines with the name Clifton Leroy Ricker in May 1945. I am British although I have a strong connection with a Family in the Philippines. This Family have told me they know of Clifton Leroy Ricker, from all those years ago, back in 1945. My own view.......it would be so nice if someone, anyone in your own Family did show even a little interest, before it is too late. I think you can guess what I am indicating at.
Added by Alan Price on Jan 13, 2015 2:50 PM
Alan Price
RE: Clifton Leroy Ricker
Hi, I have left a message. If you prefer, I can leave my cellphone number. Out of respect for your privacy, as well as that for Mr Ricker, I am reluctant to place any more information where anyone and everyone can read it. However, I am ready to give to you any information you want at t
he telephone. Either you can call me,or, I can call you.
Added by Alan Price on Jan 12, 2015 9:21 PM
Alan Price
RE: Clifton Leroy Ricker
Hi, thank you for leaving a message. If I "say" too much here - then, "everyone" can read it. However, if Mr Ricker did "serve" in the Philippines
, then that is very admirable. - The Japanese were a formidable foe. If you are ever able to confirm whether Mr Ricker was in the Central Philippines in May 1945, then I have some information for you which, I think, is fascinating. As I mentioned, I do n't want to leave the information here - where everyone can read it, but if you leave a telephone number, I can call you.
Added by Alan Price on Jan 12, 2015 9:11 PM
Alan Price
Clifton Leroy Ricker
Hi, my name is Alan Price. When Mr Ricker served in the U.S. Army during the Second World War, was he in the Philippines in May 1945? I mean you no harm and my interest in completely benign. However, if Mr Ricker was in the Philippines at this time, I have some information which may fascinate you.
Added by Alan Price on Jan 09, 2015 1:53 PM
Pat Palm
RE: Clowes DeWitt
Thank you ever so much for the transfer.
Added by Pat Palm on Dec 02, 2014 8:49 AM
Pat Palm
Clowes DeWitt
Thank you so much for the transfer of the memorial for Clowes. I greatly appreciate it.
Added by Pat Palm on Dec 01, 2014 1:58 PM
Jesse McWhirter
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 5240600
Thank you for your help. I have been asked by the members of the McWhirter family DNA study group to locate the parents of Edward Edmund McWhirter b. 1822 Find A Grave Memorial# 122941927 he married Rebecca Jane Vivrett in Wilson County, Tn. Do you have any information to help us?
Added by Jesse McWhirter on Nov 07, 2014 10:12 AM
Jesse McWhirter
5238787
his second wife
Added by Jesse McWhirter on Nov 06, 2014 9:06 AM
Jesse McWhirter
Find A Grave Memorial# 5240600
Do you know where his wife "s" are buried?
Added by Jesse McWhirter on Nov 06, 2014 8:11 AM
Sheppard2
James A Bird
Hi Aunt & Uncle T,

Thank you so much for the transfer of our relative. We have been researching him and now have lots of new information.

Alice & Gary
Added by Sheppard2 on Nov 03, 2014 9:23 AM
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