|JB BERRY (#47068852)|
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Lagniappe! The majority of my memorials has been recorded with GPS (Global Positioning System). The benefit is to identify a grave location within a cemetery without having to walk it down to find a grave. To use this resource either (1) under the memorial "Plot", click on the "blue hypertext coordinates" to open the map looking for the "Green Arrow" indicating grave location. (2) under the memorial "Note", copy & paste coordinates "As Is" into Google Earth to view grave location within the cemetery looking for the "cross-hair +". Suggest you print out a copy of the map prior to your visit to the cemetery. Pay forward, obtain the GPS of your cemetery trail to share to others seeking genealogy.|
Kindly honor our veterans. When you visit a cemetery, please record, photograph their marker, post to update memorial, or if not created already, create a new memorial. Lest We Forget!
US Navy veteran of the Vietnam era, 1967-1971. Personnelman (PN3) Third Class Petty Officer (E-4) having served at Training Squadron (Traron) 23, Kingsville Naval Air Station, Kingsville, Texas, and Fighter Squadron (Fitron) 124, Miramar Naval Air Station (Fightertown U.S.A. "Top Gun"), San Diego, California.
US Postal Service retired Postmaster of Campti, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana 71411 with thirty-seven years service.
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Find A Grave Memorial for my father Glenn Amos Berry
Find A Grave Memorial for my Yorkie pet Bailey "Go Go" Berry
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|Linda Claxton||RE: Fort Rosecrans|
Thank-you very much for your kind words.
|Joe Pearce||GPS readings|
What instrument do you use to obtain the GPS coordinates?
Joe A. Pearce 46885687
|Ronald Johnston||Linking Children to Henry David Carr|
Would you please contact me as I have links that I would like have made for the children of Henry David Carr and Rosa Milner Allen Carr. You may email me at email@example.com
Ronald Johnston, Ph.D.
|Michelle Northrup Taglavore||RE: Paul J Taglavore|
Wow are you fast! Thanks so much for helping to connect all the Tags.....
|Kris Betz||RE: Bangsberg photo|
Yes, it was 62 degrees Sunday when I took the photo. This grave happens to be in a sunny drier area of the cemetery so it worked out fine. Felt so good to be out in the sun and warmth. Did you see the photos I put on Frederick's memorial page?
|larry gates||RE: Iles|
sorry I did not know it would send out a response much less multiple responses.
i would have did it only once. I previously tried with an old camera to take a picture of the 3 stones Demcy, Susan & Keener in the cenetery but due to being shaded the pictures did not come out viewable. Will try again when able to get out there again with a differebt camera.
If I did not say it before thanks for attaching the pictures of David Robert Reid & his wives Elizabeth McDade Jolley Reid & her sister Sarah Jolley Snith Reid
|Gerelyn Reaves||Virtual Postal Cemetery|
Thanks so much for your work on this. It was good to take a trip down memory lane. So many good folks! My uncle is James Conway Bozeman. I remember you, not sure if you remember me. Hope all is well with you.
|L Howsen||RE: Doss Photo Request|
You are Very Welcome...
Added by L Howsen on Feb 25, 2014 1:32 PM
|Janie Goins Day||Thank you!!|
Not only did that give me info on my aunt but also my uncle!!
This is just amazing!!
Thank you again!!
|lpost||RE: Recordings & photographs|
Thank you very much for the compliment you left on my page. I've noticed that your Memorials are very good and with military emphasis. I too come from a military family dating back to the American Revolution, War between the States, through Vietnam. I've found that the research we do to produce these Memorials often is invaluable to those researching their families. Often it's that little piece of information contained in them that opens an entire new field for them.
Added by lpost on Feb 17, 2014 10:33 AM
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