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Suzanne Hye (#47105499)
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simple question
Hello Suzanne,

may I ask you the reason you have entered this grave data:

Thank you for your kind answer.

Best Regards,
Added by Davide on Jun 16, 2014 4:56 AM
Thank you so much!
Added by KBStewart on Oct 18, 2013 8:54 AM
Allen D. Jackson, USAF (Ret)
RE: Lorraine American Cemetery
Suzanne, Great to hear from you and I hope all is well. I've gotten all the photos I needed from Lorraine, actually all the American Cemeteries and Memorials with exception of one in North Africa. Thanks for asking, I really appreciate you and your remembering our brave lads. Have a wonderful summer and maybe we'll get to meet next year. I'll be over for the 70th Anniversary of D-Day for around 10 days, but a few days will be in England. Your Friend Always, Allen
Added by Allen D. Jackson, USAF (R... on Jun 20, 2013 12:41 PM
Jennifer Bennett Powers
Thank you so much for the photos!
Added by Jennifer Bennett Powers on Nov 03, 2012 3:11 PM
RE: David Hudson
Would you please transfer to me.

Thank You #47872671
Added by Dixie on Oct 20, 2012 9:39 AM
Janice Erbe Mackey
RE: Margaret Perrine
HA!! Nope, just plain ol' white flour. Cheaper the better as it all works the same. I never go to a cemetery without it. Sometimes I can get the wheat flour to work on white stones but I have discovered that a cheap bag of potting soil works better. It doesn't look like much in person but once you look at the picture on your computer it is really good. The first time I actually used the white flour, I just stood back in amazement! Old stones in our family cemetery that no one could read anymore and SURPRISE! There was every letter and sign on the stone!
Added by Janice Erbe Mackey on Oct 12, 2012 6:21 PM
Anne Mount West
RE: Albert Cestero
Thanks for the info on the two stones. Anne
Added by Anne Mount West on Oct 12, 2012 10:32 AM
Janice Erbe Mackey
RE: Margaret Perrine
I've had great success using plain ol' white flour. You grab a handful and just start wiping the words. It usually works like magic. The next rain cleans it off the stones so it doesn't do any damage. I believe there is a video of it on youtube called "how to read an unreadable headstone" or something like that. Let me know if it helps you.

Thanks so much!
Added by Janice Erbe Mackey on Oct 02, 2012 2:01 PM
Janice Erbe Mackey
Margaret Perrine
Thanks for the picture. Were you able to read anything on the stone? It is very difficult to read the writing in the picture.
Added by Janice Erbe Mackey on Oct 02, 2012 1:25 AM
Mark London
Jack Goldfine
Suzanne - Yes, Jacob Goldfine is the same person as Jack, so you can upload the photo to Jack's memorial page. I'll send a request to the memorial owner to update their information (or transfer ownership to myself). Strange that the memorial owner put down the name Jack, but the stone says Jacob!

Thanks very much for your help. Much appreciated! - Mark
Added by Mark London on Oct 01, 2012 9:09 PM
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