|GoddessOfDrought||Harley M Barber|
Harley M. Barber #50213369 is not buried in Olive Hill Cemetery. He is buried in Round Mound in Atchison County Kansas. I am married to his grandson. Will you correct this when you get the chance?
|Shirley Mitchell||Earl O Dingman|
Thank you so much for adding my bio to Earl's memorial. Your cooperation and immediate response was greatly appreciated! I have deleted my duplicate memorial for him now and relinked his wife and son to your memorial.
|Jill and Ron||RE: Wesley Doll|
sorry it was not a better picture, we really tried and as you can see I had to really darken the picture just to read WESLEY, the stone is badly worn.
|Cliff Blanchard||PFC Voris Vincent Price (#113319641)|
James, Posted a photo to your memorial in Clearview Cemetery, Clay County, Indiana, and added memorials w/photos for his parents: James Price (#129177006) and Elizabeth Douglas Price (#129177072). Thought you'd like to link them. I added his brother, Fred Chester Price, his wife Doreen R. Price and their daughter Madonna Lucile Price. Hope you like the photos. Keep searching.
|History Hunter||RE: TJ North|
You are very welcome.
|Shirley (Jablecnik/Jable) Slanker||KOPECKY|
I walked Section 15 at Bohemian National Cemetery, found three Kopecky stones but not one for Elmer.
|Mary Ann Loss||RE: William Bockoven|
Hi, I can only ask that you check the VA burial records or some other records for verification because he's not in the Raleigh National Cemetery directory that I checked yesterday while in the cemetery. Your thoughts? MA
I have not found Pvt Bockoven in the VA database, nor in the cemetery census for NC cemeteries. I did find a link to a marker at Bentonville Battleground which may be as close as it gets.
Given that Raleigh is a good 30-40 miles from the Bentonville site, it would be unlikely that they transported him for burial in a cemetery that only came into existence that same year and buried all others at the battleground.
Let me know if you find any information to indicate that he was actually buried in Raleigh National instead of at the battleground.
Added by L Bonin on Apr 11, 2014 2:22 PM
|Julious||RE: Charles Briner|
There are two graves in Chesterfield Cemetery. They are side by side. Both have stones with Unknown U.S. Soldier written on them. One I assume is Charles Briner. Somebody has them listed in that cemetery as Unknown U.S. Soldier with photos of the stones. You might want to get together with the person who entered them and combine one with yours. I'll let you be the judge.
Added by Julious on Apr 03, 2014 7:56 AM
|L. Stoneturner||charles Espick/espich transfer|
I can't thank you enough for the transfer,
many many thanks for putting up the memorial and
passing the torch.
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