|Big $TICK (#46833858)|
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My wife Barbara and I were both born and raised in northern Virginia (Arlington, County) and have been active genealogist there and elsewhere for over 40+ years. Both of our family lineages are from the northern Virginia area (Loudoun, Clarke, and Fauquier Counties). Those lineages that WE ARE ALWAYS INTERESTED IN include (their spellings not really important): STICKLES, STICKELS, STICKLE, STICKEL, STICKELL; HOWDERSHELL, HOUDYSHELL, HOWDYSHELL, HOUDERSHELL, HOUNSHELL; PIER, PEER, FLETCHER, and LITTLETON.
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My wife and I continue to really enjoy working on photo request or "shoots" for fellow FIND A GRAVE members (or most anyone else) for particular tombstones, markers, individuals, etc. in cemeteries located in our general vicinity--and elsewhere.
I am a Viet Nam era U.S. Army veteran (Nov '65-Dec '67) and a member of both the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars for the past 41+ years. I retired from the Department Of Defense(DIA/MSIC)as Division Chief with almost 36 years of service in December 1997. My wife is also retired (from the private sector) and we continue to be blessed with good health--and the ability and funds to pursue our grandchildren, genealogy, and many of life's other various "passions."
With warm regards,
Barbara & Big $TICK
"The Grave Hounds"
HUNTSVILLE MEMORY GARDENS
PINE REST CEMETERY
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I got a message from someone complaining about the pic of John you added to the memorial(one in red shirt) saying this was their private pic and she had the negative to prove it, ekkkkkkkkk lol, I am assuming you found the pic online which makes it no longer private....So anyhow just thought you should know...
Added by Too on Aug 27, 2013 1:18 PM
Thanks for pointing out the error in my Harold Inskeep memorial and his burial at Culpeper National Cemetery. The correction has been made on his memorial page. Luckily the individual who photographed his headstone for me was able to figure out my error. Appreciative of your assistance on this. Warmly, Helen Murphy
Added by Helen on Aug 14, 2013 2:06 PM
|roogie||New Pics Added|
New info: I added pics for...
Felix Bentzly and
Anna Maria (Mary) Eckart Bentzly
Franklin Church Cemetery, Clear Spring, York County, PA
Added by roogie on Aug 05, 2013 5:41 AM
|D. Lynn||RE: ROBERT FLETCHER 'correction'|
Thanks for the reply and 'fix.' It's actually the Lake family that caused my interest. Harriet (Lake) Fletcher's grandfather was my 6th great grandfather.
Added by D. Lynn on Jul 28, 2013 5:03 PM
Thank you for sponsoring the John Duffey page......
Added by Too on Aug 05, 2012 2:30 AM
|A. L. Parrish||Thank you!|
For leaving such a beautiful & spirited message for my Grandfather Walter Brown Solomon. Your kindness really touched my family's hearts.
|Richard B. Tucker, Sr.||June Stickle|
I made changes. Thanks for the heads up.
Richard B. Tucker, Sr
Find A Grave Member
|Virgil & DeAnna C. Cooley||Kyle David Hancock - Tennessee|
Thank you so much for the beautiful tribute you left on my brother 's memorial - actually our first post to Find A Grave. It was and continues to be the hardest thing I've had to face - so far. In 1965 we were blessed to have our parents all four grandparents, a great grandmother and all in reasonably good health.
Kyle called mother the night before they started home - proud of his diploma / wanted her to frame it . It was in his suitcase, torn straight down the middle. They had bought their first new car - '65 red Mustang, another brother being discharged from Marines and "The boys" and dad planning a lot of fishing over the next 30 days. .. And in a twinkling of an eye our lives changed forever - just like you said.
Enjoy retirement and THANK YOU for your service to our country!
Thank you for the correction.
Added by Layla on Feb 07, 2012 3:24 AM
|Jen Whiteree||Fletcher Rokeby|
I am currently adding all the pictures I took out on the Mellon estate this morning. I photographed every tombstone there is there along with some general photos of the area. It is very beautiful and well maintained.
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