|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 four 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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|Jean Clayton Charles||Tucker Godrey Clayton|
Thank you very much for the transfer! I'll add more bio to his page.
|Vanessa Gregg||RE: Fort Leavenworth Natonal Cemetery|
I commend you and your group on the work you've done at Fort Leavenworth. Yes, I would consider joining your group but really don't know what more I can contribute other than taking photos. Vanessa Gregg
|WLC||Barbara Elaine Moss Lunsford|
Thank you for adding a photo to Barbara's memorial at South Granville Memorial Gardens.
Added by WLC on Jul 23, 2015 4:09 PM
30 is very close! I have 26 pics left to post,should finish tonight then on to P Have about 2000+ pics for P but some are already posted. Should be done before much longer. Work to many hours to get anything done during the week. Ken
Added by KAB on Jul 17, 2015 4:17 PM
|Walter Schley||RE: Murdock|
Will do. Been out of pocket working for the MO State Emergency Management for the flooding in the Springfield and Joplin areas. Tomorrow will be heading to Pittsburg for the VFW Convention. Will be back next Friday. Question are we done with "M" Section? Do you want me to start on "P"? Have a great weekend.
|AlongTheWay||RE: St Francis de Paul|
Oh, yes - I thought you must already know. The PGS website (Peninsula Genealogical Society - Door Co. WI) has an amazing website with all sorts of resources. The main PGS website is:
From the menu in the left column click on "Door Co. Cemeteries" which brings you to this page:
And here is the link to that particular cemetery transcription list - for St. Francis DePaul Catholic-Duvall
|Marsha Holder||Miriam Marsh Felty|
Hi Mary Ann, I placed her memorial at Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery because the family member that notified us that she had passed said that was where she would be buried at a later date. I pulled her obit up and looks like she will be buried July 31 at 2 pm at Leavenworth National Cemetery rather than at Fort Leavenworth. Will move her memorial. Thank you for all you are doing to remember our veterans and thank you for your service, too.
|debbie potter||Joseph LaLazurne|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to go out and get a picture of the gravestone for me. I sincerely appreciate it!
|13th Generation Fairbanks in America||RE: Van Anglen|
You're very welcome. Good luck in finding your answers. Warm regards.
|Alan Bradshaw||Thomas Bradshaw|
I am pleased to see the Cemetery details for Thomas Bradshaw as I am researching my family history and Thomas Bradshaw and my great grandfather, Henry, were brothers born in Lancashire County which is in the north of England. Eliza Hannah Tyson married Thomas in 1881 and their son Thomas Tyson Bradshaw was born in England in 1882 and the family moved to the USA shortly after and settled in Wake County, North Carolina, My research shows a number of Bradshaw/Tyson descendents in Raleigh and surrounding areas and I would be pleased to hear from anyone who is interested in knowing more about the family origins in England
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