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"Tuskegee Top Gun Commander" USAAF Captain Alva Temple
Maj. James "Jimmie" D. Morton's Military Page
I am the son of the late Major James "Jimmie" D Morton, U. S. Army [Ret.] (Buffalo Soldier - 10th Cavalry) and the late Mrs. Carey Morton, Elementary Teacher (Dept. Of Defense U.S. and Overseas Dependent Schools and, also, a retired teacher from the Grosse Pointe, MI School System).
Maj. Jimmie D Morton - Find A Grave Memorial
Mrs. Carey Morton - Find A Grave Memorial
I am the younger brother of Maurice Morton, a Vietnam Era Combat Assault Helicopter Pilot (281st AHC - "The Intruders" & Co. "C" 158th CAB - "Phoenix"), and, currently, Commander 2nd Battalion of Michigan Governor Snyder's MI-VDF Brigade.
CW2 Maurice Morton's Military Page ["Intruder One-One"]
CW1 Maurice Morton - ["Phoenix Five-Two"]
I am the great great grandson of Alexander Miller Jr (b: 1840 d: 1920), who was a member of Company "A", 17th Infantry Regiment, United States Colored Troops (Pensioner & combat veteran, i.e., Battles Of Nashville & Brawley Fork TN, and, also, the Battle Of Decatur AL).
Great Great Grandfather-Alexander Miller-U. S. Colored Troops
THE CIVIL WAR:
The U. S. Colored Troop's 150+ Regiments
Battle Of Nashville - Union & C.S.A. Reports
Washington, D. C. Memorial To The 209,145 --- U. S. Colored Troops Civil War Veterans
Franklin, Williamson County & TN Buffalo Soldiers
TN Colored Confederate Pension Applications
*** THE TUSKEGEE AIRMEN ***
GEN. B. O. Davis, Jr. [USMA - Class Of 1936]
Also, U. S. Mainstream Media Did Not Report That The 99th Fighter Squadron Shot Down The Most Planes At Anzio, Italy In Jan 1944
GEN. Daniel "Chappie" James, Jr.
COL. Chappie James, Jr. -vs- COL. Muammar Gadhafi
The Very First U. S. Air Force Top Gun Pilots
Tuskegee Airmen Pilot Listing
Tuskegee Airmen Virtual Cemetery
332nd Fighter Group
Tuskegee Airmen Chronology
Flying With Pride
National Museum Of The U. S. Air Force
Tuskegee Airmen fought war, segregation
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|D.J.||RE: Transfer Request - Leroy E. Eley Find A Grave Memorial# 97761771|
ur request has been done Thanks so much for your work on Find a Grave
Added by D.J. on May 26, 2016 6:19 PM
Thanks for visiting WO William O. Lassiter II, Your token and note are much appreciated.
|Wendy McIntosh||Harvey Alexander|
Is my uncle. I will not be transferring him. Sorry
|glenda (contributor #47305349)||Edit Requests|
Thank you for the edit requests. They will be processed as soon as I review them. Just a reminder, or in case you don't know, I thought you might like to know that I transfer out of guidelines. If you would like custody of any memorials I manage please submit an Edit request using the "Suggest any other correction or addition" option. If I am not related I will transfer. Thank you!
I am sure this will take good care of this memorial.
~ Grave Tag'r ~
You hare creating unique cemeteries named "Unknown". This is against Find A Grave policy. When creating a memorial where the place of burial is not known, choose the "Other" category rather than "Cemetery burial", then choose the option "Recent death, location of body unknown". NEVER create a new cemetery called "Unknown".
When using the above option " Recent death, location of body unknown", the FAQ states that this is ONLY to be used for recent deaths, and that within 30 days you must find and enter the actual place of burial. If you create memorials with this option for deaths that occurred years or decades ago, your memorial will be deleted when someone else creates a valid memorial with an actual place of burial.
Added by Chris on Mar 26, 2016 9:23 AM
|B.J. Waters||RE: Roger Terry|
Okay. I'll try this later, I'm getting ready for work right now. The other Tuskegee Airman I have at Inglewood is Willard Woods.
|Karen Sipe||RE: Thank You For The Tuskegee Airmen Memorial(s)|
Best of luck with you project.
|Mark Utley||RE: Thank You For The Tuskegee Airmen Memorial(s)|
Glad I could help...it's Mark, not John. Good luck in your efforts.
|B.J. Waters||RE: Roger Terry|
Sorry, I am not "probably aware" of what you are trying to instruct me to do.
I've read it several times and I don't know what you mean by end code, or the reference to "each item".
Maybe I should just direct folks to your profile page, where all the links already are.
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