|John Evans (#47071981)|
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Please do not post Death Certificates on my memorials.|
Please use the edit tab on the memorial to send a correction or suggestion so that I know what memorial you are referring to. When it is on my Bio page it is much harder to find.
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|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||Bernice "Dee" Waldron Sarnosky|
Thank you for Bernice's photo at Quantico National Cemetery. We know her family will deeply appreciate it.
|glenda (contributor #47305349)||John Pealer Troxell|
|glenda (contributor #47305349)||photo request|
Hi, John. You claimed a photo request for my father-in-law. John Pealer Troxell. We just received a notice that the stone is in place so I'm really looking forward to your photo. Thanks for claiming it!
|Luckyme||RE: William Fulford|
so sorry honest mistake....removed
Added by Luckyme on May 26, 2016 7:50 PM
|Kathie Gifford||death certificates|
Hi John, I just noticed that you are asking that death certificates not be added to your memorials.
I'm wondering why? They are such a wealth of info (usually) and they help with the bio. Those pros said, I've often wondered what the cons are.
|Raymond Williams||Ella Ann Gray Williams|
Hello, I am a direct descendant of Ella. I am trying to find photographs of her or her parents. Can you lead me in the right direction?
Thanks, Ray Williams
|Frank Strickland||William Clayton Webb|
I would like permission to post your photo of William Clayton Webb's memorial in Arlington Cemetery  on the memorial created for him by his parents in Seneca, SC (#49335262). That marker references his burial in Arlington Cemetery [OR you could post it] and his brother's death at sea. Thanks. Frank
|Mary Jane Kratzenberg Senn||Merl B. Steimer|
Thank you for transferring Merl, the work you do is very much appreciated. Our family didn't lose many in the war but most of them served, including my four older brothers all at the same time.
|Joanne Graham Wazny||RE: Merl B Steimer|
John, I've typed it up as written. It doesn't mention the other siblings, only those in the service. He is one of our home town heroes.THANK YOU!:
Marine Lieutenant Dies on Iwo Jima
Lieutenant Merl B. Steimer, 24, one of the city’s outstanding student athletes and soldiers died February 24 on Iwo Jima, a telegram to his family said this week. The message from A. A. Vandegrift, lieutenant general and commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, informed the family that the young officer died in the midst of the battle to wrest the small island from the Japs, only 750 miles from Nippon.
Husband of Mrs. Pola Carson Steimer, of Swannanoa, North Carolina, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Steimer, 614 West Grant avenue, he was born in Duquesne, graduated from Duquesne High School where he starred in football. Lieutenant Steimer attended Appalachian State College, where he starred on the gridiron. He was listed in “Who’s Who in College” a book published on prominent students in different schools of the country, was elected president of the student body of the senior class, and of the “A” club, only society at the college.He spent the last year at Franklin and Marshall College in Pennsylvania, where he was transferred by the Marines. While in Duquesne, he played for two independent grid teams.
The officer trained at Parris Island, New River and Quantico, and sent to California, where he met his brother, Lieutenant Joseph Steimer, prior to shipping out to the Pacific. He enlisted March 21, 1942, his birthday, and went overseas only a few months ago, his family said. His father, plumbing and building inspector and city assessor, said that the young marine had trained the boys whom he led onto the island. He was with the Fourth Marine Division.
Surviving are four brothers in the service, Lieutenant Joseph, now at Stockton, Cal.; Glenn, motor machinist’s mate second class, in the Pacific; Gene [sic Jean], motor machinist’s mate, third class, in England; and Private Orvis, with the Air Corps at Sheppard Field, Texas. (published in the Duquesne Times, March 16, 1945, p 1)
|Joanne Graham Wazny||RE: Merl B Steimer|
I can't seem to be able to copy it into a reply email via findagrave. It is a jpg. Can you tell me how to do that? If you send me an email I can send it back to you that way. firstname.lastname@example.org
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