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|If I have a memorial for one of your family members, I will gladly transfer the memorial to you. Several of my ancestors are buried in unmarked graves, with some of those in cemeteries that are abandoned and are being destroyed by vandals. I will always make the same effort to locate any grave for which I claim a photo request that I would make to locate the grave of one of my own ancestors.|
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|Dan Phelan||RE: SSgt Raymond F Wick|
You are very welcome for the pictures of Raymond Wick's marker. If you wish to research him further, check out:
and this will help:
Raymond F. Wick
Staff Sergeant, U.S. Army
411th Infantry Regiment, 103rd Infantry Division
Entered the Service From: Illinois
Service #: 36714276
Date of Death: November 30, 1944
Wars or Conflicts:
World War II
Plot F Row 9 Grave 22
Lorraine American Cemetery
St. Avold, France
** Bronze Star, Purple Heart
Ur very welcome.
|Theresa ( Rogers ) Griffiths||P.S.|
Forgot to say the cemetery the GRIFFITHS are in is Cedar Park Cemetery, Calumet Township, Cook County, Illinois.
|Theresa ( Rogers ) Griffiths||Thomas Griffiths Jr. and two wives|
Thomas Griffiths b.1903 is a direct line of mine. He was married twice. 1st wife is Erma BIANCHI and Mother to the son Thomas Griffiths b.1930.
His 2nd wife was Lorraine PETERS.
Erma and Thomas divorce and she took back her maiden name. Can you please either turn the Thomas GRIFFITHS b.1903 over to me or please put his 1st wifes in to show her she is buried in Mount Olive Cemetery # 10863893
|Ron Gott||Chritopher C Murray|
Find A Grave #36728329
Death date of stone is July 28, 1895. The stone is very hard to read.
Added by Ron Gott on Jul 18, 2012 2:44 PM
|jo buis||Crum at Wesley Chapel|
I am not related to James or Mary Crum. Their son, James Edward, married into my family tree when he married Mary Bolen, a 4th cousin 2x removed. I add the parent and find a little info of the parent. I did not know of his military experience and it is a shame that he is not recognized for it. Is there something that I need to do. Thanks for your help. Jo Ann
Added by jo buis on Apr 03, 2012 7:27 PM
|jo buis||Wesley Chapel|
Thank you for the photo of the marker for James and Mary Crum
Added by jo buis on Mar 31, 2012 10:33 PM
Thank you for your message about Pinson Cemetery. It upsets me that people would do such horrible things and have no respect for a cemetery. Doing research I learned it is where my great great great great grandparents were buried. I am also interested in what local law here in Missouri say about cemetery visitation. Thank you for the pictures you were able to take. It upsets me to think that the stones of my grandparents are likely destroyed now, not by time but by ignorance. Again thank you and if I have any updates about Pinson I will let you know!
Added by Shelly on Jan 31, 2012 11:03 AM
|family finder||RE: Your photo requests at Pinson Cemetery|
Thanks for your message. I will take a look at the ones you posted again of Pinson cemetery. Thanks for getting pictures of the ones that you could find. I understand not wanting to go back again after seeing it so messed up. It is sad and deplorable for people to vandalize cemeteries. I don't think I will ever be able to travel and see the cemetery myself but perhaps someone else will be able to do so. I'm not sure but I thought there was a national law that requires property owners to allow access to cemeteries for people who request to visit.
|Michael Walker||RE: Photo request for Lizzie Walker|
Thank you so much for the picture of Lizzies grave stone. It is a beautiful picture and the Quality is great. I'll be happy to add this picture to the family album. Lizzie was the daughter of my Great Great Grandfather Sylvester Walker, he fought in the civil war.
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