|Mary Ann Loss (#47521274)|
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I served in the Army and Army Reserve for over 25 years with more than 15 years in the public affairs arena. |
My experience runs the gamut from working at the U.S. Army Field Station at Camp Humphreys, Korea to running the day-to-day operations of the Press Camp Headquarters at Fort Shafter, Hawaii.
Various positions have included work as a newspaper editor, educational publications, community and media relations, as well as marketing.
For the past three years I have been dedicating time to findagrave.com primarily adding records for my extended family, friends and veterans' and local cemeteries.
Additionally, in late 2012 I completed my application and was accepted into the Daughters of 1812, my first lineage society.
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|Steve & Sue||Harvey Haynes|
Thank you for transferring Harvey Morton Haynes to us. It was a pleasant surprise.
|deanna french||FAG Justin Longley|
WOW! This is awesome!Thanks so much for taking & posting photo's. You are so appreciated!
The stone had Nelson and Margaret Ritenburgh on front. Ken
Added by KAB on Apr 18, 2015 4:17 PM
|Becky Doan||RE: Fort Leavenworth|
Like a turtle, right??? I am looking for the definitive answer to your question but haven't figured it out yet. Here are some things.
This lists Hatchett, Lynn, North, O'Brien, Pottorf:
Lawrence Journal World
September 17, 2009
19th Century soldiers buried at Fort Leavenworth to be identified
Fort Leavenworth — For more than a century, the names of 62 frontier Army soldiers have been unknown as they lie in rest at Fort Leavenworth’s cemetery.
The Army closed Fort Larned and transferred the remains in 1888, a standard practice when posts were abandoned. The remains were exhumed and reburied, but not individually identified.
This weekend, those soldiers who died over a 19-year span at Fort Larned in southwest Kansas will be identified. A new bronze monument will be dedicated with the names of the soldiers, giving them recognition for their service.
Most of the men died of diseases that today wouldn’t be fatal but were on the remote Kansas prairie. Historian George Elmore says about 15 percent of those who died were killed in action with Indian tribes.
|Tressia||Thomas Lee Hall|
Thank you so much for the surprise transfer!
Added by Tressia on Apr 11, 2015 1:39 AM
|Jennie Haufe||Roy Packwood|
Thank you so much for your efforts in locating his grave and trying to get a picture of his headstone. I appreciate you are those who helped you with this request.
|betty reese||Robert Calicotte|
Mary, I apologize for being so late at thanking you for taking the time to go to Leavenworth National Cemetery and taking a photo of Robert's tombstone. Memorial #105757754. I do really appreciate it. Thanks for all the photos you did in that cemetery and all the other cemeteries.
|Walter Schley||SECTION M|
I have one more picture to take (a problem one) then I will be done with the As & Bs. in Section M. What would you like me to do next? Next Wed I will be leaving to attend the NRA Convention in Nashville then two more days in New Orleans and will be back to take more pictures.
|YankeeGraver||Robert Orestes Garlington #133217789|
Thank you for the surprise of the transfer of his memorial! You are awesome for finding him, he will be in great hands. I appreciate your consideration and thoughtfulness.
|Pam Gleason||RE: Beverly|
thanks - keep up your good work - it would be wonderful if all the VA cemeteries could be photographed and posted
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