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Lucy O'Hare Find A Grave Memorial# 19132475 Hi, I am trying to find the sixth child for John William O'Hare and Josephine Juraldine Hensley O'Hare. This child was not born yet on the 1880 census and died before the 1900 census. This Lucy could be that child. It looks like she was born in 1882 and died in 1883 from her tombstone. The record says that she died in 1983 and that she is the daughter of the family I am trying to find. Can you tell me how you connected Lucy to these parents and if she actually died in 1883? Thank you very much for all of your work and for your help with this. Darlene
Sgts. Beckwith and Huss were the only two survivors of a B-29 named "Humpin' Honey" that was rammed by a Nakajima Ki-44 while on the December 7,1944 mission to Mukden,Manchuria.
770th BS, 462nd BG, 20th AF
1st Lt. Aurelius M. Colby - Pilot (KIA) (O-684282) Rumney Depot,NH
1st Lt. Frank R. O'Donnell - CoPilot (KIA) (O-808885) Westwood,NJ
2nd Lt. Joseph B. Kremer - Navigator (KIA) (O-811671) Glendale,AZ
1st Lt. Mark R. Cleland - Bombardier (KIA) (O-738620) Topeka,KS
1st Lt. Charles H. Krueger - Flight Engineer (KIA) (O-860702) Monroe,WI
Sgt. Raoul Zavala - Radio Operator (KIA) (39274088) Dawson,NM
Sgt. Herbert H. Roth - Radar Operator (KIA) (15353855) Toledo,OH
Sgt. Charles W. Ruddy - Senior Gunner (KIA) (12120545) Brooklyn,NY
T/Sgt. Kenneth B. Gwaltney - Tail Gunner (KIA) (13003838) Newbille,PA
Seems our hero was hit by a suicide bomber and died on land or sea in China.
He has two memorials one for his memorial in the Philippians. Find A Grave Memorial# 56759516 and Find A Grave Memorial# 25576913. I was thinking you could reference the other one in the biography section perhaps?
His father was James Cleland Find A Grave Memorial# 25576937
His mother was Martha Cleland (Logan) Find A Grave Memorial# 25576930
Poor Martha lost her husband, two daughters and a son all before 1944. She (Martha) died in 1968. Seems so sad. I don't think she had any descendants as they all died so very young.
This fellow is part of the Logan Clan. He would be a 2nd cousin once removed relationship to me.
MEMORIAL #16795581 HI, CAN YOU TELL ME THE MAIDEN NAME OF MARGARET O'CONNOR. I AM WORKING ON MY ANCESTRY TREE AND HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR INFO ON MARGARET SCANLON WHO MARRIED MICHAEL O'CONNOR. DO YOU KNOW IFTHIS MIGHT BE HER? THANKS SO MUCH. EILEEN ALLEN email@example.com