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James Coston (#47251791)
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Bio Photo US NAVY 1966-1968 Radioman Silent Service
Radio operator on (2) submarines & a supply ship.
Main ID card VA & proud Navy Veteran !!
I specalize in babies (because they never got a chance) and veterans (because they gave us the chances that we have).
I'm hampered by 14K dial-up, so putting in fotos takes a while, be patient.
Retired from GTE dba Verizon in Plano, Tx in 2007 after 27 years.
The dog in the foto is Precious, she is my constant traveling companion, mess with me and she goes into action, for real. !!!

Later, James Coston
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If U use my fotos that I worked so hard to obtain, respectfully request some sort of honorable mention, Thanks.
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JT Tompkins
Thanks so much for your photos of JT Tompkins final resting spot and your quick correction request to link him and Nannie together.

Your help is very much appreciated!

Added by wesnconnie on Jul 21, 2014 6:13 AM
Yvonne Myers
RE: Cynthia Rivera
You're welcome. Thank you for your contribution and time.
Added by Yvonne Myers on Jul 18, 2014 10:00 AM
Richard Ferguson
Lee Ferguson Marker
Thank you so much for the picture of Lee's marker. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated. Richard Ferguson
Added by Richard Ferguson on Jul 12, 2014 5:09 PM
Bobby Kelley
Thank you
I thank you so very much for the pics of

Howard Grady Stewart's Grave

Added by Bobby Kelley on Jul 12, 2014 9:02 AM
Shirley Burks Wells
Re: Ferdinand Morgan
Hi James, Just noticed you have the name spelled incorrectly. It is Ferdinand. Someone looking for him brought it to my attention. Thank you for correcting it. --Shirley
Added by Shirley Burks Wells on Jul 11, 2014 3:13 PM
Clifton Eugene Greene Limestone TX burial info
Thank you for your effort and bio on Clifton Eugene Greene burial in Limestone Texas. Antioch area Cemetery. If this should help...

Clifton Eugene Greene. They did not use Greene spelling but on headstone they go from Green to Greene.
1 Apr 1894 in Mount Calm, Texas
20 Mar 1918 in Died at Sea on U S S Brooklyn. Navy Ship. Pneumonia
Per US Navy Deaths. Per application for Military Headstone.

Charles F. Greene
Mary E. Rogers
Added by Cღ on Jul 09, 2014 8:21 PM
RE: Shirley Lokey
Not family but thank you.
Added by McKenzie on Jul 09, 2014 2:19 PM
Genealogy Bug Kate
Brandon Cemetery
Thanks for the photo of Catherine Cabbell's marker. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by Genealogy Bug Kate on Jul 07, 2014 4:54 PM
Minerva McCauley
Thank you so much for the great pictures of Minerva's marker. I really appreciate you for doing this!
Added by mcphail on Jul 07, 2014 6:01 AM
Lynda SoRelle
RE: Durst Cemetery, Leon Co.
James - The Durst Cemetery is surrounded by private property. You must drive up the private drive. The gate to the cemetery is on the left at the end of the drive. I have never had a problem with the owners of the land, but I always go to the house and ask permission. The last time I was there the then new owner was very enthusiastic. He showed us around the property, pointing out the foundation stones for the original house, etc. He had researched the family property although he was not a Durst descendant. I do not know if he still owns the property. Many of the Durst descendants contributed money to install gates along the cemetery wall, to repair stones which had been toppled by cattle and vandals, and to maintain the property. Be sure to look outside the cemetery walls near the property fence for a burial mound and some headstones for a non-Durst family. Good luck, it is worth the visit!
Added by Lynda SoRelle on Jun 30, 2014 3:08 PM
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