|Thomas Daniels (#46943777)|
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I am a Vietnam Veteran, a retired DuPont technical assistant and a member of the Goochland Historical Society in search of military veterans buried in Virginia and Virginia military veterans buried outside of Virginia. My wife and I have traveled much of Virginia in search of military graves. Now to make this information available to the public I am a member of Find A Grave. I also have posted my findings on my web site at vets2search.com. Visit our web page and click on ABOUT US AND VMVR to learm more about us and what we do.|
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|Bonnie Anderson||RE: Alpha G. Ring|
Alpha Ring was born on Mar 20 1905 according to the famly bible of his brother Wesley Ring. His parents were Emmett Martin Ring and Jencie Anderson. He was born in Carroll Co. Va. His Father Emmett Martin Ring was a Civil War veteran who passed away around 1910. On the 1910 census Alpha was with Jencie and siblings in the Sulphur Springs District of Carroll Co. In 1920 he is living with a Seay family in Fluvanna Co. and remained with that family thru 1940 census. I spoke with the nephew of Walter Nash Childress who spoke very highly of Alpha. Said he was very lean and athletic with dark skin and a very hard working quiet man. Alpha is mentioned in his mothers obituary in the Galax Gazette Archives. She died in 1952 but his name is listed as Alvin George Ring who lived in Columbia, Va. so they must have kept in touch somehow. I don't know how he got to Fluvanna, Va. His nephew is kinda upset about the Find A Grave info so if you change it will you please let me know so I can send him the new info. If you need verification of this I will send it to you. Bonnie
|Bonnie Anderson||Alpha G. Ring|
I have information on Alpha G. Ring buried at Corinth Church Cemetery that is well documented. Let me know if you would like to have it so his parents can be listed on his memorial. Thank you for your time. Bonnie
|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Transfer & thank you|
Hello again Thomas,
Once again please accept my apologies for inadvertently, duplicating your memorial.
I cannot begin to thank you enough for your generosity in transferring:
Nancy Bowles "Nannie" Singleton Lacy
to my care. With your help, I have successfully connected her with her parents, two siblings, husband and two of her three children. As I receive more information, I will add it to Our shared memorial.
With sincerest appreciation,
|Becky Ramsey||RE: Findagrave Photographs|
Thank you for the use of the photos and for your service as well. I was in the Air Force from 1969 to 1972 and then finished a 20-yr career with the Air National Guard.
|Becky Ramsey||Findagrave Photographs|
Thomas, thank you for all your contributions to the Findagrave website. I would like permission to use your photographs of my relatives' gravesites in my Family Tree files. I use the photos as source media and will gladly give you credit for your work. Becky
|juliana usina||Grandfather's memorial|
Thank you for noticing my 3rd great grandfathers memorial
|Darla Hudson||Henry Duke|
Could you let me know if this might be the same person as the Henry Duke in my family tree, I have him as Captain Henry Duke Jr., since his father was also called Henry Duke. His father was called Colonel because he had acquired much land and money; while his son, Captain Henry Duke Served in the Revolutionary War. Captain Henry Duke was born around 1668 or 1666, in James County, Virginia. I have been unable to find his grave, and would like to know if somehow, this may be him. Just trying to find, my 8th great grandfather, who is the father of John Taylor Duke Jr. 1695-1787, and the husband of Elizabeth Taylor 1684-1751. Thank you and happy Memorial Day!!!
|C Branscome||Otis and Clara Wootton|
I transferred Otis and Clara to you and also their son W. Hubbard Wotton. Let me know if you would like other graves, most of the graves in Blendon are not my relatives. Also I know there were memorials in Blendon that we didn't get photographed so it needs more work to be complete. Interestingly even though his parents were buried in Blendon, my grandfather wanted to be buried in Lakeview instead.
|Darla Hudson||John Taylor Duke Jr.|
Would you please remove your note about the burial site, and thanks for letting me know. I just want to have flowers and the like for his memorial, and to keep the information on the message board, please and thanks again...
|Darla Hudson||John Taylor Duke Jr.|
Thank you for letting me know that he was not buried there. In warmest regards, to you and all your hard work, may you have a great day.
Sincerely, Ms. Darla S. Hudson
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