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John Evans (#47071981)
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JimO
William Read Memorial 78533662
2nd Lt. William Woodgate Read was a member of A Company, 192nd Tank Battalion. He was stationed in the Philippine Islands on December 7, 1941. Ten hours after Pearl Harbor, his battalion was guarding Clark Airfield when the Japanese bombed the airfield.
On December 30, 1941, his tank came under enemy fire. An enemy shell hit one of the tank tracks immobilizing it. He climbed out of the tank, while it was under fire, and was helping his tank crew out of the tank, when an enemy shell hit the tank near him mortally wounding him.
One of his crew members, Ray Underwood, held Read in his hands as he was dying. Other tank crew members went for help but failed to return before the area was overrun by the Japanese. Underwood held Lt. Read, in his arms, until he died.
Pvt. Ray Underwood later died of disease in a Japanese POW Camp in Japan.

Additional Information can be found at:
http://www.proviso.k12.il.us/bataan%20web/Reed_W.htm

Added by JimO on Nov 27, 2014 6:49 AM
Mike Whaley
Lockamy info
I stand corrected. John Lockamy and Mildred McGowan did have one son, John Robert Lockamy.
Added by Mike Whaley on Nov 25, 2014 1:48 PM
Mike Whaley
McGowan error
The information on Mildred McGowan is erroneous. She was the daughter of Major H. McGowan and his wife, Elizabeth Hobbs of Onslow County. She had two children out of wedlock before marrying John Lockamy. No children by this marriage.
Added by Mike Whaley on Nov 25, 2014 1:45 PM
Tom Howland
Mary Gaskill
Mary Gaskill, wife of William J. Caroon, was the only surviving child of Joseph Gaskill & Elicia D. Howland of Beaufort, NC. Elicia Howland, 11/6/1858-9/3/1900, was the dau. of Samuel Howland, b. 1817, & Mary Canaday of Beaufort.
Elicia Howland Gaskill is buried in the "Old Burying Ground" In Beaufort, NC.

The siblings & parents attributed to Elicia on Find A Grave are complete errors.
Added by Tom Howland on Nov 25, 2014 11:57 AM
Bob Carter
RE: Benjamin Simmons
OK, I understand. :-)

Bob
Added by Bob Carter on Nov 24, 2014 8:23 AM
Pat J
John Calvin Crawford
Thanks John for adding in the valuable bio info for the above Vietnam vet. I appreciate it!
Added by Pat J on Nov 22, 2014 7:42 AM
Debra Mooring Krysiewski Webber
RE: 68211455 cross ref to 38633169
Please except my apology. I did not mean to be ugly in anyway. I really appreciate all the hard work you do for everyones loved ones. Thank you very much for your assistance in linking my sister with her husband.
Added by Debra Mooring Krysiewski ... on Nov 20, 2014 2:12 PM
Karen Mickel Bennett
Marion Sanderson
John -- thank you for taking the time to send me his parents info to add to his memorial. I appreciate it very much and so will future generations. Thank you for your work on Find A Grave, we all know how time consuming it is, but it's also a pleasure to do! Have a great day.
Added by Karen Mickel Bennett on Nov 19, 2014 12:58 PM
debra wilson
Hunter Family
I am the registrar for Captain W Y C Hannum UDC chapter in maryville Tennessee and we are doing a book on our older members and Hortense Hunter was one and I would love to talk to some of her kin. Do you know any or how I can find any of them? What about the church there at Springvale, Clintton NC

Debra M Wilson
Added by debra wilson on Nov 19, 2014 11:30 AM
Elsie Lee
Roland N. Lomax
Thank you for sending me the notice that Roland Lomax was not buried at Quantico. As you know, we enter the information supplied by the newspaper obit. Thanks again.
Added by Elsie Lee on Nov 19, 2014 8:16 AM
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