|Judy Samson-Shealy (#47631251)|
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|I have recently retired and am working on history for the Arrasmith, Brewer, Roche, Samson, Spaulding and Shealy family names. Found a lot of information on Findagrave and am hoping to add information others are looking for.|
My husband is retired Army with two tours in Vietnam. I served in the Air Force. Every service member I come across will receive a 'virtual flower' thanking them for their service.
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|Sandra Vasel||RE: Dorothy May Mitchell Samson|
Thank you for responding. That was very kind of you.
|Sandra Vasel||Dorothy May Mitchell Samson|
I am the great-granddaughter of Dorothy's father-in-law, William Samson (I know that Dorothy was married to William (Willie)Samson the son of my great-grandfather and his second wife (Mary Black Samson). Do you happen to have any other information/pictures that would help me with my family tree?
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||Sgt Wilson E. Gamble|
greetings from Nijmegen in Holland.
Was checking the site www.findagrave.com for information for the following named soldier. On the site I found a picture of his grave and you took that picture.
His name is Sgt Wilson E. Gamble and is buried in the Webb City Cemetery
Sergeant Gamble was a litter patient and died in a crash of a C-47
After his death he was buried in the temporary GELA cemetery in Sicily. I am doing research about that invasion of July 1943 and want to write a book about this cemetery.
I would like to use the picture you took of his grave, of course you will be credited.
Do you perhaps know the location and/or circumstances where he was killed, if you family of him, do you perhaps have his picture from the time before he was killed, or his grave at Gela.