|Rich Tinneny (#46739559)|
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Retired United States Air Force. Live within 4 miles of Fort Jackson National Cemetery, Richland County, South Carolina. Happy to shoot photographs of markers at Fort Jackson National Cemetery. Send me an e-mail request with details at email@example.com.|
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|Ken||RE: Dullicate Memorial|
I have tried, but their messages are disabled. I have emailed Find A Grave as well. The work you do is very valuable and appreciated. What I am having issues with is another contributor created a memorial for my Father the day he was buried, Thurs, April 27th. Then I find this duplicate for my Mother showing up as a sibling on the one I created. It has only been a little more than a week since my Father passed away and was buried and guess I am still grieving a bit and need a little time to handle all of his affairs.
Thank you, Ken Randall
Added by Ken on May 05, 2016 8:33 PM
|Ken||RE: Randall Memorial Photo|
Rich: I did not know his headstone had been put up already. Thank you, but I will photograph both his and my Mother's and collage then together, since hers will or is now be on the back.
On another note, are you the one who posted a duplicate memorial for my Mother, Frances G. Randall? I see you took a photo of her headstone. She shows up as a sibling in the memorial I did. Would you please remove the memorial you did or IPWW? I tried to email the contributor and it said messages disabled. I would like to manage both my parents memorials without duplicates and think you can understand that. I fail to understand the duplicate however as someone was not checking correctly before posting.
Added by Ken on May 05, 2016 8:05 PM
|holly k||charles bass|
thank you so much for the gravestone,holly
Added by holly k on Feb 27, 2016 7:35 PM
|Laurie Davis Hannah||Fort Jackson National Cemetery|
Hi Rich: Just wanted to take a moment to thank you for taking the time to photograph the headstones at Fort Jackson National Cemetery. I know the time it takes from your days just to document these veterans plots. Thanks so much for all you do! God Bless and Happy New Year! ~Laurie~
|Mikel T. Boyles||Many Thanks|
I just wanted to drop by and thank you so much for documenting my grandfather's grave. I live in South Carolina and wasn't able to make his funeral so to be able to see his burial site is amazing.
|Evelyn Coleman||Thank You|
Thank you for taking the photo. Much appreciated.
Thank you so much for taking a photo of my Dad's headstone out at Fort Jackson National Cemetery.
Added by JC1978 on Nov 16, 2014 2:57 AM
|BarbaraArdisCoker||Helen Wells Donahue|
Thank you for adding the photo to this dear friend's memorial.
|Bill Waters||George R. Fromm|
Thanks for the grave picture
The four U.S. Army veterans from York County who were buried Friday were:
• Technician Fifth Grade Marion C. Bomar, World War II (1943-46), who died in 2011.
• Spc. John Joseph Cardenas, Vietnam War (1971-74), who died in 2004.
• Sgt. Robert Earl Eames, Vietnam War (1964-68), who died in 2006.
• Sgt. Wade Lamont Harrington, Vietnam War (1964-67), died in 2013.
Read more here: http://www.heraldonline.com/2014/06/06/6034805/long-unclaimed-york-county-veterans.html?sp=/100/104/109/#storylink=cpy THERE IS AN ERROR SOMEWHERE.
Added by agagee on Jun 07, 2014 7:02 PM
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