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Susan C Miller (#48225169)
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Robert David Miller
RE: Miller Memorials at Arlington National Cemetery
You're welcome Susan. Sadly 3 of my brothers have passed but they were very proud of their service. One was in World War 2, two were in the Korean War, One stayed in for the Viet Nam War, One was in during the Berlin Crisis and as the baby boy of the family at 71, I was in during the Cuban Missile Crisis. It was an honor to have visited your proud family. Sincerely, Robert Miller
Added by Robert David Miller on Jan 25, 2015 5:28 PM
Gerard Brownstone
RE: Edward H Honos
Your Very Welcome !
Added by Gerard Brownstone on Dec 27, 2014 6:30 AM
Barbara Wolf
RE: Sharen Camperman
You are welcome for the photo. Yes it is in the Bohn Chapel Columbarium near the front of the entrance to the cemetery. Her space, as you could see, was decorated up with memorials. Many of the others were done like that too. There was a stain glass window in front of the building and, I'm sure you noticed, I got a reflection from the glass. I tried several different angles but the photo I attached was the best.

Are you ready for fall? Tomorrow is the big day!
Added by Barbara Wolf on Sep 21, 2014 2:16 PM
RE: Friscia Family
Hi Susan,

Yes, the cemetery is very nice! My mother is buried there, and soon my father. I even have a spot (plot) right next to them, ready for when my time comes! So, I am all set. Now, I just need to keep updating all of the memorials at Madronia so I can make a contribution to its longevity and its impact on history!

Thank you for correcting the gravestone for Joe. I know all too well how confusing it can become when updating memorials!

Thank you again for taking those photos! I do not need higher resolution photos. The ones you uploaded are perfect and will make the families happy. :)

Added by AZEXPLORER on Jun 24, 2014 5:43 PM
RE: Friscia Family
Hi Susan!

Those photos are perfect! I can click on them and make them bigger and see the great detail. Thank you for that. :)

I noticed that you posted Joseph Blake's big memorial marker on Joe's memorial page. Are they both on the same marker? Just thought I would ask for clarification.

Thank you again. I so appreciate photographs that have good detail. It is just so nice. Sometimes the gravestone photo is the closest a relative will ever get to seeing where their loved ones are buried.

Deb :)
Added by AZEXPLORER on Jun 23, 2014 9:34 PM
I will transfer to you. You can fix if incorrect. Barb
Added by BALN on Jun 23, 2014 7:00 PM
Barbara Wolf
RE: The Leathermans
I try to take photos of all info in that area or name. It was my pleasure and you are welcome. Barb
Added by Barbara Wolf on Jun 04, 2014 5:54 PM
RE: Viola Burdge
You're welcome. I was just happy to have found it. There are other Burdge burials in the area. I'm not sure if they are related, but I've seen the name in a few cemeteries in Monmouth and Ocean County, Nj. If you need any additional photos just let me know.

Added by rich on May 07, 2014 10:32 PM
Jay Kruizenga
RE: Salah Barnard
Susan, these types of stones once stood upright. They are only a couple inches thick. Over time they collapsed and became buried by topsoil. I have seen a few of this type monument remain standing. The inscription has always been on a single side with ornate carvings on the opposing.

They really are not designed to last. May have looked pretty back in the day but no thought of longevity.

As you can see in the photo(s) I had to remove quite a bit of soil to get at what you can see. The soil (grass) creeps in from the sides until you can only view the middle. Give it another few years and the stone would be completely buried.

Added by Jay Kruizenga on May 07, 2014 6:42 PM
Jay Kruizenga
RE: Salah Barnard
Hi Susan,

You may use any photos of mine you choose. They are yours. Thanks for asking.

Jay Kruizenga
Added by Jay Kruizenga on May 07, 2014 6:34 PM
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