|P. Albert (#47459755)|
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Will you send me the documentation showing the name
Find A Grave Memorial# 30237414
Thank you for taking the photo of Susan Dice's grave.
Added by Kathy on May 24, 2015 8:15 PM
|Doug Taylor||Inez Tuttle photo|
Thank you for checking Inez's marker... If you don't mind, I would LOVE a copy of James C's obit that you mentioned. Please send to email@example.com. Thank you!!
Thank you for adding the photo of his grave.
|Richard Kleinschmidt||Warren Teasley|
I have sent the same Bio to Jackson county Missouri Historical society, I hope they may help.
|Richard Kleinschmidt||Warren Teasley|
A Brief Biography Warren was born June 14, 1925 in Natoma, Kansas, the third child of Millie and Ross Teasley. He was inducted into the U.S. Navy on November 13, 1943, after having been drafted during his senior year in high school. At the time, he was living in Washington, D.C. where his stepfather was working in the shipyards. He took his boot training at Sampson, N.Y. and then was sent to Radio School in Bedford Springs, Pennsylvania. In early 1944, he joined the crew of the U.S.S. Daniel A. Joy, a destroyer escort, soon after her shake-down cruise. He remained on board the Joy until the war's end. After escorting a convoy to North Africa, the ship went through the Panama Canal and proceeded to the Southwest Pacific and the New Guinea, Philippines and Okinawa Theaters of Operation. In November 1944, they were anchored at Manus Island close to the ammunition ship Mt. Hood when she blew up. Many were killed and wounded on both the Mt. Hood and nearby ships, but the Joy and her crew did not receive significant damage. Close to the end of the war, they were anchored in Okinawa and were ordered to sea to ride out a destructive typhoon. Several ships were sunk with loss of crew, but the luck of the Joy held and they came through with little damage. Warren received his discharge on April 17, 1946. He returned to Kansas and attended Fort Hays Kansas State College, graduating in 1950. He moved to Kansas City, Missouri and began a long career as an estimator in the millwork industry. In Kansas City, he also met his future wife, Eloise Good. They were married June 22, 1952 in Louisburg, Kansas. They had three children, Kathy Rogers, Kansas City, Missouri; Valerie Carstens, Fairfax, Iowa; and Brent Teasley, Lee's Summit, Missouri. In later years the greatest pleasures of his life were his wife of fifty-one years, his family including his six grandchildren and the annual reunions of the U.S.S. Joy. The reunions were always a time of renewing old friendships and reliving old memories. Warren passed away January 12, 2004, just four months after his last reunion.
What is the name of the cemetery warren is buried
|Cate Daley||RE: Martha Jane Day|
|Oz||RE: N. Defenbaugh|
wish I Knew her name... I did link her to Glen & Murray.
thanks a bunch
Added by Oz on Feb 18, 2015 3:01 PM
This is Francis' husband. I dig some digging thru the census and post that info on his memorial. thanks, I appreciated the suggestion.
Find A Grave contributor P. Albert has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for N. Defenbaugh.
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=11024907
Link to contributor profile: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=47459755
Hello. This memorial has intrigued me for some time. The dates (DoD is less that DoB) obviously can't be right. My assumption is that this is the grave of Francis D "Fannie" Lambert Defenbaugh. Fannie was born 9/20/1878 (matches memorial DoB) and was the wife of Murray Cecil Defenbaugh and mother of Glen Defenbaugh who are buried in the same row. I don't have a DoD (perhaps 1964?). Is there a way to verify the Dates and Name from the cemetery records?
Added by Oz on Feb 18, 2015 2:38 PM
|K. Medved||RE: Ruth Garnhart picture|
You are welcome. I posted a few other pictures of Garnharts that were at the same location. One for James and his wife. I was wondering if he was married to Ruth first. Kay
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