|Kathleen Clemence (#47377662)|
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Having been doing genealogy since the late 1970s and essentially full-time for the last 4 years, my objective is to provide well sourced facts on any memorials I manage. Thus, the viewer can rest assured they are being provided accurate information. |
Since discovering www.findagrave.com, I have been in awe at how much has been contributed that has been of help to me. My goal is to return the favor.
All photos posted under my name on Find A Grave are protected by copyright. Any use without my express permission is prohibited. That includes posting pictures to other web sites!
In an effort to assist Tom Brocher in his quest to have photos of all the sites in Golden Gate National Cemetery, as of June 30, 2014, photos are posted to all the memorials for those interred in Section R.
Although most of the burials in Section R are from 1950 to 1953, I am humbled to have identified:
2 servicemen who died while in captivity when the 31st Infantry Regiment was surrendered as part of the Bataan Defense Force on April 9, 1942,
1 serviceman who died in the raid on Ploesti,
1 serviceman who died in the Battle of the Bulge,
2 servicemen killed in action defending Clark Field,
1 naval aviator killed in action at Guadalcanal,
3 serviceman killed in action in World War II,
183 servicemen who were killed in action in Korea,
1 serviceman who died while held as a POW in North Korea,
40 serviceman who either died of their wounds or as non-hostile deaths in Korea,
14 servicemen killed in action in Vietnam,
3 non-hostile death of servicemen in Vietnam, and
1 serviceman killed in action in Afghanistan.
All of these men who made the ultimate sacrifice in the service of their country are included in my "Ultimate Sacrifice" virtual cemetery. A biography is included for each serviceman.
|Messages left for Kathleen Clemen... (202)||[Leave Message]|
Hi, Kathleen! Thank you só much for helping my research.
In the case of Glória Buechner, I have accepted your submission (thank you) of her maiden name, but not the spousal info. I am curious of the provenance of "Smith, as I would very much like to know if she was born in or hear Metairie, LA, and the námes of her parents. Not challinging you, understand. I still know her daughter and three grandchildren, só if there ís a mistake, it will be corrected.
I did reject the spousal submission, as I knew Dan, her husband, quite well for many years, two of her children, and three grandchildren. The name you submitted may well be related, but was not her spouse. If you discover that Gloria is the wrong person entirely, please inform me soonest.
|Bill Buchholz||Stauder / Stouder entries|
Please contact me at my e-mail address , I would prefer to discuss this with you and my reasons for this entry. Edward is my 3rd cousin, 2 times removed.
|Lisa Squared||RE: Oris Ladner|
We looked everywhere for June but could not find her. The cemetery had tall grass lots of ants and I had flip flops on so it was a bit harder. So sorry we didn't locate her.
|Amay||From Beauregard-Avegno family member|
Thank you so much for posting info about my family. My Memere (great grandmother) was Lillian Marie Beauregard Avegno. Her grandfather was Aimé Fortune Avegno brother of Anatole Avegno, father of Madame X, Virgine Avegno. I'm a a descendant of PGT Beauregard. I'm not exactly sure how, I wish I knew, it ends at Gabriel Toutant Beauregard he was my grandmother's grandfather. I am still searching. But I am so excited about what I found today that you posted! I can't thank you enough!!
Added by Amay on Mar 23, 2015 12:40 PM
|Dawson||RE: Mary Jane Williams Ducoing|
Kathleen, So sorry it's taken this long to change the inform on Mary Jane's Find A Grave. While in NOLA on my book tour I saw an email from you dated 2-14-15 about her name listed as 'White' and indeed I have the 1866 death certificate signed by Ambroise for Ambroise, Jr. at 3 months and Mary Jane's name is listed as "White". The mystery continues! Keila
Added by Dawson on Mar 15, 2015 3:02 PM
|Dawson||RE: Mary Jane Williams Ducoing|
Kathleen, So sorry it's taken this long to change the inform on Mary Jane's Find A Grave. While in NOLA on my book tour I saw an email from you dated 2-14-15 about her name listed as 'White' and indeed I have the 1866 death certificate signed by Ambroise for Ambroise, Jr. at 3 months and Mary Jane's name is listed as "White". I will email you a copy.
The mystery continues! Keila
Added by Dawson on Mar 15, 2015 3:00 PM
|Ancestry Seeker||Albert Dudley Leavitt FG 28779306|
Since I have a picture of "A D Leavitt's" headstone, it would make more sense for you to make your memorial for Martha. If you need to correspond more, please provide me your email address.
If it's OK with you...I'll link "normally" to the adopted parents.
|Robin K||RE: Avegno|
Yes, indeed, your memorials are of tremendous help!
Thank you so much! Hope you had a great Carnival.
Added by Robin K on Feb 23, 2015 10:54 AM
|Dawna Westbrook||Ruiz Update|
Thanks for staying in touch.
My folks built the first house that was over in Windsor Porte in 1971, then in '77 built a house out on the bayou, by the now, St. Martin school complex. It is a small world.
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