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OmaHanke (#47239568)
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Two_Owls
Pictures of headstone
Just found your images of Byron C. Richardson Headstone. Thank you. Very nicely done!
Added by Two_Owls on May 09, 2014 10:19 AM
Kirk Johnston
Charles H. Miller (Blanchard, Iowa Cemetary
1/10/14

Good Evening:

Charles H. Miller of Blanchard, Iowa was my uncle. He is buried in the Blanchard Cemetary along with his brother, Fletcher and mom, Louise and dad John.
He was killed in WWI, Sergy France, in 1918. I do have several medals, citations, letters and other materials in my possession. I did visit the cemetary about 8 years ago.

I do recall that there is a Museum (history and artifacts) somewhere in Page County. I would be willing to donate the materials that I have relating to Charles. I think they need to go home to a better resting place.

If you could assist me, I would be grateful.
Thanks,
Kirk M. Johnston
303-877-4878
kmjwizard@yahoo.com
Added by Kirk Johnston on Jan 11, 2014 7:42 PM
N. Sharlene (Rice) Kent
Leah Williams
It looks like you have located a relative from Pennsylvania here in Nebraska....thanks for all the effort you have made in getting these names out to the public. It makes little stepping stones across the river of life.
Sharlene
Added by N. Sharlene (Rice) Kent on Sep 24, 2012 8:30 PM
Dominique Potier
RE: Marvin Wagner
Thanks so much for your picture ... Can I give these one to a website dedicated for the US soldier burried in Europe ?
http://www.adoptiegraven-database.nl/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=46&Itemid=54

Domi
Added by Dominique Potier on Aug 06, 2012 4:48 AM
Dominique Potier
RE: Marvin Lee Wagner
Mary,
I'm so happy . It's exactly why I'm in Find A Grave ... give the chance to US soldiers burried in Belgium to see their relative grave . You are not the first one and I hope not the last ... I have adopted 6 US grave in Belgium and I can promess to you that Marvin is not forget , every year thousands peoples go to the cemetery for a prayer or a flower . Marvin's grave is maybe adopted by a personne and If you interresting you can contact the cemetery ; Mr Joris Vincent jorisv@abmc.gov . Do you have pictures or a story about this hero ?
Domi
Added by Dominique Potier on Dec 02, 2011 4:49 AM
thendricksguy
Thanks for John and Emma (Barnes) Keys
Thank you for your work. I just wanted to report I found John and Emma Keys among your many posts. They are brother-in-law of 2nd cousin 4x removed.

How's that for a find.

Tom Hendricks
thendricks.owm@juno.com
Added by thendricksguy on Oct 31, 2011 6:07 AM
dinycat
Kenneth E. Brinkhoff
Thank you so very much for listing the names in the North Branch Lutheran Cemetery north of Otoe, NE.

I'm doing research for the Vietnam veteran's troop--the A 4/12 Cav, 5th Inf--trying to locate a Kenneth Brinkhoff who served in the unit.

I believe the Kenneth Brinkhoff in the Lutheran Cemetery is the same one I've searched for for nearly ten years.

Apparently, Kenneth survived the horror of war, only to die after returning home in 1971. So sad.

In order to verify this, I desperately need to contact his family, or read an obituary, or something to connect him to the troop.

Can anyone help? Thank you!

Diane Rebbec
Added by dinycat on Nov 28, 2010 7:25 PM
 

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