|Dayle DeBry (#46583708)|
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Genealogist/Historian - Manager/Marketing and Historical Research Director at Lancaster Cemetery District, Lancaster, California; "P-38 Lightning Unforgettable Missions of Skill and Luck," Dayle DeBry, compiled with aviation historian Steve Blake; Compiled/authored "We Remember", the story of World War II veterans from the Antelope Valley, CA; Author, "Lancaster Cemetery, Honoring Our Civil War Veterans", copyright 2008; Director/Newsletter Editor and writer for the West Antelope Valley Historical Society in Lancaster, California. Editor/contributor for the historical book, "Del Sur and Beyond" by Mickey Primmer; Editor, "Palmdale, First City of Antelope Valley" by Larry Chimbole. Included in the book "Legendary Locals, The Antelope Valley" by Norma Gurba. Past President, P-38 National Association, current Director of Air Shows and Co-Director of Merchandising, March ARB, California. |
I love historical researching, writing and visiting cemeteries when I travel. Please - if you use my photographs, let me know and at least give me credit for them.
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|John "Jack" Richter||Lt Godde|
Please disregard the last. Since you have sponsored the memorial you can have more than 5 photos. If interested I'll be happy to supply you with larger files of the photos I posted.
|John "Jack" Richter||Lt Godde|
I have pictures of the wall of tablets and individual tablets if you would like to have. I can not add more photos to your memorial.
|BobBoston||RE: Leon Matthys photo|
You are very welcome.
|Janet Marie||RE: Wrong Cemetery|
I sent you an e-mail several days ago, but I haven't heard anything back. If you didn't get it, let me know so I can try again.
|Janet Marie||Wrong Cemetery|
I'm a photo volunteer with Find A Grave who has been working since last summer on photographing and documenting the three main cemeteries in Princeton, WI: St. John's Lutheran (a.k.a. Memory Hill), St. John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery, and Princeton City Cemetery. All have now been completed, and I'm just going through them and tying up some loose ends.
Oliver and Amanda Harmon are buried in Princeton City Cemetery -- not in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery where you created memorials for them. Here are links to memorials that I have created for them there.
Several other members of the Harmon family are buried there as well.
I think we have several options here. 1) You could move your memorials over to the correct cemetery (I would transfer my photos over to your memorials, and then delete mine). 2) You could delete your memorials. I would be happy to transfer my memorials over to you if you are a relative.
I really don't care what you decide to do. I just don't want two memorials for the same person.
Please let me know what you think is best.
P.S. I sent you the above request through the edit key about a month ago and have not received a response yet. I'm hoping you get the message this way. I think some messages through the edit key get "lost in cyberspace" every once in a while.
|Janet de la Peņa||New edit feature|
Please check your profile page for Find a Grave's latest edit feature. You have received a request. Thank you!
|Sue Broumley||RE: Wanda Broumley|
Thank you so much. She was one of my last three remaining aunts. I appreciate it!.
|Sue Broumley||Wanda L. Broumley, 128007864|
I would like to request that you transfer my Aunt, #128007864, to me? I am collecting info for her bio, as well. Thank you,
|Ann||Mathis family at Angelus Abbey|
Hi Dayle, I've added the plot information for two of the Mathis family members buried at Angelus Abbey cemetery in Compton. I wondered if you have visited these graves by chance, and recall if they are marked? I'd like to go visit one day in the near future and see for myself. Thanks for any information you can provide. Take care, Ann
Added by Ann on Apr 19, 2014 12:21 PM
|Cemetery Wanderer||RE: Robert James Goad|
You are welcome. I am trying to commemorate all our veterans in Tahoma. I appreciate their service for our country.
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