|Sue Seeterlin Rice (#47164345)|
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I live in Waterford, Michigan and have been researching my husbands family, Rice, King, Starling, and James, from Randolph County Arkansas.|
Also, my own family the Brendel's, Sanford's, Houghton's, Munson's, Hudson's and Seeterlin's, Sole's and Desnoyer's, from Oakland County, Washtenaw Co. and the Thumb area of Michigan.
I am always willing to share photos, so feel free to copy any I have added. I try to give credit when possible. If by chance I have omitted credit please advise and I will correct.
PLEASE VISIT MY VIRTUAL CEMETERY FOR INFORMATION ON THE KIA'S FROM THE 1-8 Jumping Mustangs who died in Vietnam. I am happy to add photos or memories, just make a request.
My husband Mike "Doc" Rice is a Vietnam veteran, serving during 8-1967 thru 8-1968 with the 1st Cav, 1-8 Division, Jumping Mustangs Co D and HQ Company. We are trying to locate anyone who he served with.
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|K Wickman||RE: John and Ida Osborn|
You're welcome! I wanted to let you know I also took photos of Charles and Elizabeth you were in the same plot. I also put them on BillionGraves.com Kim
|Gloria Spohn||Donald Schmidt's Parent's Graves|
Sue, You may use my pictures for Donald Schmidt's parents. I have only taken one official volunteer photo and it was for his grave and you requested it quite a while ago for your husband's Vietnam group I believe. I am not related and did not know his family, but I go by the cemetery on my way home from work and had some free time to look for it. After walking almost the entire cemetery, I found his grave markers on the second to last row at the end farthest away for the main road, Highway 55. I met a woman and her daughter, when leaving the cemetery and they knew his family and remembered when he was killed in Vietnam. They had been visiting her husband's grave and we had a nice conversation. Gloria Spohn
|Lisa Fluhart||RE: Robert L Righter Jr|
I added Thelma "Sis" to Bobby's find a grave site. I don't have a picture of his dad's headstone, but I added him to the site as well. Thank you for the picture of Bobby. My husband is his cousin, but he didn't have any pictures. May I ask how you knew him?
|Bill Christen||RE: Charles Harmon #125838072|
Please let me know if I can help in any way. I would like to know more about Harmon's story.
I only live a few miles away from the cemetery. I have gotten gravestones for Civil war veterans and my father, a WW2 veteran.
|Elin Hansen||RE: Robert Tomlinson|
Glad you like the new photo. I like the closeups only if there are others to counterbalance them, as the distance photos do. By the way, where'd you find the photo of Robert? It's great to see a face attached to his name.
It would also be interesting to know why he joined the military at 26, a few months past his 26th birthday? At 26 you wouldn't be drafted and only have to serve if it were a true national emergency.
|Elin Hansen||Robert Tomlinson|
I've exchanged one photo for another newer one I took Memorial Day two years ago. It's a much better photo I think. My regards, Elin
Great job! Cemetery added...thanks!
Thanks for all your research on this. When you have the correct Cemetery, I will be happy to add it.
|Jill B||RE: James Saurini|
That's great! I'm glad they found it. Did you know our local VFW is named after him? I ordered a rubbing of his name from the Vietnam Memorial. I can post when I get it.
Added by Jill B on Jun 14, 2015 4:38 PM
|Jocelynn Gillette||RE: Myers family|
I was trying to get all of the inscriptions to be readable. Died in Viet Nam. It was interesting to me that they used two words. You are very welcome. There are 90,000 graves in this cemetery, I picked the ones with location information and you were one of two that had it correct. haha. The office is staffed M-F while I'm at work, so I will have to figure out how to access the records in bits and pieces, the cemetery itself is open evenings and weekends for locating the graves. This will be a fun summer project for me. I have used findagrave.com for years and I am glad to be able to contribute in some way.
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