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Warrick L. Barrett (#395)
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Bio Photo I am an amateur historian at heart. After I discovered the Find A Grave website, I felt much gratitude to those who served as contributors. I feel that visiting a gravesite is a way of paying my respects to someone, either famous or non-famous, for having contributed to our history. I appreciate Jim Tipton's Find A Grave website as a means of permitting many people to do that without incurring significant expenses. I also look upon this website as a source of historical reference material. For these reasons, I decided to become a contributor of text and photos. Because I have developed a great interest in Japan in recent years, I have sought to have that nation well represented. In this regard, I have gotten much help from Mr. Akira Komatsu, Suwa-city, Nagano, (L) and Mr. Daiju Omura, Yokohama-city, Shinagawa, (R) who have unselfishly assisted me with research and permitted me to contribute pictures of theirs to Find A Grave. I also thank Dr. Mark Jewel of Tokyo's Waseda University for the use of several of his pictures.
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John G. Hall
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Presently I'm working on a USCT Headstone Page & would like to include any photos you may have. As a fellow Find A Graver I'll make sure you're given FULL credit & a link back to Find A Grave. Here's the link to our Page:

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Added by John G. Hall on Jun 07, 2014 8:04 PM
Eric J. Barnes
Miyamoto Musashi
I have been searching for Miyamoto Mushashi, but am having trouble finding him. Does he have a gravesite?
Added by Eric J. Barnes on Jan 28, 2014 10:30 AM
terry gosa
Added by terry gosa on Jan 21, 2014 4:23 AM
terry gosa
I saw a picture of a large tombstone on his grave at the penn cemetery before he was moved. Any idea what happen to it?
Terry l gosa
Added by terry gosa on Jan 08, 2014 11:43 AM
Reinhardt Wiewe Cighid
Hiroki Sugihara
Dear Warrick, I was very pleased to find . Please take a look at Hiroki Sugihara and the pages of his parents.
Added by Reinhardt Wiewe Cighid on Dec 24, 2013 11:24 AM
Ann Lambeth
Joseph Murry Wilson
Thank you Warrick for linking Joseph to his parents!
Added by Ann Lambeth on Nov 23, 2013 9:05 PM
Robert Walker Irwin
Thank you for taking over the memorial and adding so much history and the photos. I am a descendant of his father William Wallace Irwin and his first wife. I have added many Irwin family memorials and also endeavor to connect the Irwin's so their stories live on.
Added by Wagondrussel on Oct 20, 2013 5:47 PM
Francis Brinkley
My name is Emi U. Tako.
I am a descendant of Captain Francis Brinkley.
(My grandmother is a granddaughter of Capt. Brinkley)
I am very interested in finding out more about my anscestor since my grandmother knew little about her grandfater as she was adopted as a little girl.
If you know anything about him,especially about his families who are in Japan, please let me know.Thank you.
Added by Emi on Sep 29, 2013 10:24 PM
Donna Ryan
Gary Congdon
Hello, i sent a change for Gary but sent you his mother being ESTHER. His mothers name is MARVEL first name
Added by Donna Ryan on Jul 28, 2013 5:54 PM
Coconut Grove Info
Hi, Just thought I would let you know that your info states that the match lit by the waiter was most likely the cause, however they Fire Dept determined it wasn't. They said that it was the toxic, flammable liquid in the refrigeration systems being used to as a replacement for Freon, as in WW2 it was virtually impossible to get. Also, the entire scenery set up was flammable. The minute a fire broke out in the coolant system, everything else went up as well. My Great-Grandfather was Deputy Chief at the time. He was quoted by the family as saying "I left for work that night with black hair, and came back with it white." It was the most horrific thing he ever saw he said.
Added by MUMX2 on Jun 30, 2013 9:55 PM
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