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Greetings! I am retired U.S. Coast Guard, 27 years, 9 months and 4 days service (4 years U.S. Navy) originally from Macon, Georgia, living near Nashville, Tennessee. I've always loved strolling through cemeteries looking at individual graves and wondering what kind of person lies resting at my feet. I can stroll cemetaries for hours without getting bored. I love Military History, specifically the Civil War, as my g-g-grandfathers fought for the Confederacy; however, I have a soft spot for ALL veterans and children. I have traced my lineage paternally to Ulster Scots emigrating from Ireland in the early 1700s, first to Pennsylvania then to North Carolina and eventually to Wilcox County, Georgia by the early 1800s. Maternally, I am second-generation Italian/Croatian. Those of you who leave flowers for any of my memorials or simply visit, I wish to thank you in advance. If I leave flowers for your loved one(s), no thanks is necessary, but if you feel the need to reply please do so. God bless us all.|
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There's a photo on his page that someone uploaded. By the way, I also requested a grave photo.
Added by centavo on Jul 22, 2015 11:23 PM
I just uploaded his death notice to your memorial page, in case you want to rearrange things and put his photo back on top. Your cousin, Donna.
Added by centavo on Jul 22, 2015 10:25 PM
|Gene Baumwoll CSW||U S Coast Guard historical note|
I came upon your profile via a circuitous route wandering in FindGrave, and thought you may appreciate this find I made in a local Cortlandt Manor, NY cemetery
William Danner USN. The death of the Huron sailors I believe prompted and shamed Congress into funding year round lifesaving service and was fundamental in the creation of the expansion of the Coast Guard from just a revenue service.
|Tanner Payne||I am the youngest son of Terry Payne|
I am the son of Terry, I came across your nice words under my fathers photo, I just wanted to say thank you for what you said and I hope you the best! If you have any cool things you remember about him feel free to email me. (email@example.com) God Bless.
|Maria Schnell||RE: General Patton|
Thank you for your support. I should have made it clear that my remarks about Patton were "tongue-in-cheek". It's just that most people who hear about Butler for the first time want to compare him to Patton. I posted a comment on Sgt Grit Marine Gear leaving out the comments about Patton but comparing Butler to Army MG Sidney Schachnow. A Marine took my comments the wrong way and said no Army general was comparable to Butler. MG Schachnow would be the first person to say he was not equal to Butler. I wanted to say that Butler and Schachnow had a unique factor in their careers; it was not unusual in the 19th century, but Butler and Schachnow are the only two 20th century general/admiral rank officers that I have been able to find who entered the military as high school drops.
I also wish to commend the original poster for his professionalism and restraint. He did not attack me, he attacked what I wrote.
I am a retired soldier who has traveled to the International Military Pilgrimage to Lourdes six times and will be going again this year. I ask your prayers for a safe journey and return. See Lourdes@kofc.org for more information on this incredible event
Yep, still around, thanks for the message!
Added by Tangent on Mar 23, 2015 12:34 PM
Hope all is well with you and yours.
Added by Tangent on Nov 25, 2014 5:55 PM
|Joseph Barnett||Lord Richard Attenborough|
Richard Attenborough was the older brother of Sir David Attenborough, the naturalist and broadcaster. Richard was the actor, film director, producer and entrepreneur. Thanks for your time!
Admission record and news article - just emailed it to you.
Added by centavo on Aug 21, 2014 12:47 AM
Hi, George, long time no talk. Just FYI, from Abe Newman's admission record to the Confederate Soldiers' Home, his date of birth was 7 Jun 1843 and date of death was 27 Aug 1902. Let me know if you want me to send you a copy of this. I also found the article in the Atlanta paper announcing the opening of the Soldier's Home and he was among the first 40 veterans admitted.
Added by centavo on Aug 02, 2014 5:01 PM
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