|Dolores Maxwell (#46617533)|
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|While I am happy to post excerpts from obituaries, I will not knowingly include names of living persons.|
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|CM Reed||Janie Anna Carlson|
I saw your name on this memorial. I am trying to figure out if this was my aunt Janie Rose Carlson. Did you know this Janie?
Charlotte Wolber Reed
Added by CM Reed on Jul 23, 2014 10:50 AM
|Peggy Bargen Duey||Betty Cornman|
Thanks so much for the transfer of Betty's memorial; it was a pleasant surprise since I didn't ask for it. God Bless You!!!!
If you would be so kind to provide me with a link to his page at West Point...I would be most appreciatative.
Added by Dave V on Mar 30, 2014 6:12 AM
thanks for your updates today, very much appreciated
Added by Frank K. on Mar 22, 2014 2:31 PM
|martamima||Emma E. Beears Jacoby!! #8827343|
In my haste to thank you, I put her names backwards....
|martamima||Emma E Jacoby Beears|
Thanks for the transfer!
|Thomas||RE: John Edward Davenport - Memorial# 3395493|
Thank you and have asked him about his relationship with the John Edward Davenport. Sorry to bother you. Thomas
Added by Thomas on Mar 05, 2014 2:54 PM
|Thomas||John Edward Davenport - Memorial# 3395493|
Your note for John Davenport mentions he was a wogoner. I am writing a book on the 318th Field Hospital, 305th Sanitary Train, 80th Division. A John Davenport was a wagoner for the unit. I am curious as to your source of information. It would help me confirm this is the soldier who was assigned to the unit. Thank you in advance. Thomas
Added by Thomas on Mar 05, 2014 11:14 AM
|Neil D Scheidt||Obituaries|
Please consider that obituaries are not private or secure as they are printed in newspapers as a public record. They are obtainable from that newspaper most likely forever. Generally for a fee. Findagrave provides "free" access for the information. Also keep in mind, the family chooses to divulge the information as such with the funeral director. An obituary could help a long-lost family member find a loved one of their family or provide them information to determine their roots.
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request for Minnie Moyer! Greatly appreciated! :)
Added by LeAnne on Feb 22, 2014 3:12 PM
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