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County Keeper for Wyandotte County, Kansas.|
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|Ms. Clyde||Layton Morgan|
Your memorial for Layton is 17390341
Layton was born in Eagle, Colorado. He spent the remainder of this adolescence in Boulder raised primarily by his mother Genevieve and accompanied by his dog, Donny. But the glory years of his life occurred during his time in the Navy.
Although Layton had a very scientific mind, that was exemplified by his many unique patents in the field of Physics during his 35 years of service to the US government at the Naval Electronic Laboratory, his passion was flying. During his enlistment he flew both the Hellcat and Corsair airplanes. While in the Navy he attained the rank of LtJG.
Upon coming to San Diego nearly 60 years ago, he met a very beautiful woman named Dorothy May on a blind date. They soon fell in love, got married, and raised four wonderful children: Helen, Cheri, Douglas, and Veronica.
Layton became a "grandpa" when grandson Eric was born, a "Pa" when granddaughter Chalise was born, and a "Big Bonka" when great-granddaughters Emily, Paige, Erica, and Morgan were born. PA is now with his beloved wife Dorothy, who passed away in March of 2000.
PA passed away peacefully at home on May 17, 2003 and will be laid to rest at Rosecrans National Cemetery on June 27, at 11am. Published in The San Diego Union Tribune on June 8, 2003.
|Ms. Clyde||Leo Miller|
I've got to pass on info this way, cos' my captsha isn't working...
Your Memorial for Leo is 13643078
Leo H. Miller, Jr. age 75, of Kansas City, Kans. passed away on Monday, Nov 17, 2003 at his home. Funeral Services will be 11am Friday, Nov 21, at the Alden-Harrington Funeral Home with the burial to follow in the Leavenworth Veteran's Administration National Cemetery in Leavenworth, Kans. Visitation will be from 6-8pm Thursday, Nov 20, at the Funeral Home. Memorial Contributions may be made to the Wyandotte County Sheriff's Department in care of the Alden-Harrington Funeral Home, 214 Oak St. Bonner Springs, Ks.
Leo was born on Nov 18, 1927 in Fort Madison, Iowa. He was a WWII US Navy Veteran and later moved to the Kansas City, Kans. area in 1975. He was a over the road truck driver before pursuing a career with the Wyandotte County Sheriff Department as a Sheriff Deputy in 1978 until he retired in 1998. He attended St. Mary's - St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Kansas City, Kans.
Survivors include one son Ken Miller of Orange, Ca, three daughters Teresa Steppe of Augusta, Ga, Katherine and Tina Miller both of Bonner Springs, Kans. Five grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and one great-grandchild on the way. Arrangements Alden-Harrington Funeral Home. Published in The San Diego Union Tribune on Nov. 22, 2003.
|Robin Coles||Robert Smith|
I wanted to send a 4th request for the transfer of my Grandfathers Memorial to me.
I sent a request a few weeks ago and it would really mean a lot to me and I would be eternally grateful.
Find A Grave Memorial# 14305544 He is my mother's father and I have his family tree information.
I have photos of his headstone that I took myself and I would be very appreciative of the transfer to me. my Findagrave # is Robin Coles (#47322744)
I thank you for your consideration
for transferring my Grandfather to me.
|Sue Rush||Beatrice Yard|
Beatrice Geraldine Marchefski Hattock Yard was first married to Frank J. Hattock Sr. 158585423. I would love for you to change her name to at least her maiden name. Thank you so much.
Sue Rush 47853254
Added by Sue Rush on Sep 22, 2016 10:00 AM
|deanna french||Leavenworth National;Rolla Lamson Civil War Soldier|
May I use the photo of Rolla Lamson's grave marker that you contributed to his Find A Grave memorial page,
to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Donna Dinstel||Beverly Massey|
Hi, I put in edits through the edit tab. :)
I sent some edits to add my Aunt Pansy Favors, 17982447, to add her parents. Thanks Richard 46815317
|jan costic ihrig||Mark Anthony Adank|
Find a Grave # 17645929 in Fort Richardson National Cemetery
Please consider moving Veteran Mark Anthony Adank to a Virtual Cemetery. He had a service only at Fort Richardson and it is unknown where his remains lie. However they are not in the Fort Richardson National Cemetery. This will avoid any of his past service members coming to Alaska to pay their respects to his grave needlessly.
|Susan Ann Blakley||Robert L. Lankford / Lankfard|
Hello WyCo Graver
Could I have the transfer of Robert LANKFORD # 14652252. I created his memorial a while back. Somehow it was merged with yours and you have it. He's my Uncle Robert. He went by the surname of LANKFARD. Most of his descendants carry the LANKFARD surname. I didn't know that his tombstone spelling was spelled LANKFORD.
was looking for a grave @ Resurrection of a classmate who was from WYCO but buried out there Brian Lamar Strah
Added by KCDW on Jun 04, 2016 5:04 AM
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