|Jerry Clark (#47209646)|
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For my own research,I am interested in the following Family surnames.|
I am looking for Obit's if you have any I would love to post them. Any information can be sent by edit button on that memorial, public message or you can e-mail me also. Please feel free to copy any photo's, that's why they are there. If you would like to add a photo that would be great, let me know you added it. I also have an ever growing library of photo's that I will be glad to share. If you think you might be related, no matter where you fall in the family line, please feel free to contact me so we can exchange family information.
I am married to a wonderful lady by the name of Sandy Holzer. I served 17 years in Army National Guard. Honorable discharge as E-7. 1981-1998. I am currently serving as an Honor Guard member for the American Legion. I am Riders Director of Yellowstone rides Post 26 American Legion Riders. I have two daughters, one is active duty Navy (Married a Marine) I am grandpa :), and the other is active duty Army. Proud of both. Don't pass by a veteran memorial with out leaving a flower.
Thanks to the Powell Valley Genealogical Club for there help and accepting me as a member.
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Bill A, DeVerl Maughan, Gail Netherton, Geneva , JC, Jim Simpson, joan nations, Judy Clark, Karen Hill, Kari Netherton, Kevin Avery, Lori Holmlund, Pat Shaw, Robert Hodsdon, Sarah Sadie Cat, ShaneO, Twimom6, Win Campbell
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I just clicked on your photo to see why the tyke was crying - That's for the smile! GREAT PHOTO.
Added by Diane on Dec 27, 2014 5:53 AM
I have to say your bio photo is one of the "Best Photos" I have seen in a long time, It has made my day!!!
|Jenean Hamilton||Maeders in Greenwood|
I went to Greenwood to fulfill your photo requests today, unfortunately, I had a little camera trouble and some of the photos didn't turn out. I will go back soon to complete the photos. In addition, there is a little discrepancy in the birth date for Fred. In the family plot with Frieda, Mother and Father stones. Father, Fred, has dates of 1866-1912. There is also a marker for Fred, listed as F. Maeder, on the large IOOF marker in a different location in the cemetery, with dates of 1869-1912 listed in the transcription. I will try to get a photo of that inscription as well. Jenean
|Stephanie Booth||RE: Emily Mecham Haws|
Polly Celestia Mecham and Emily Mecham were double first cousins. Their fathers were brothers and their mothers were sisters.
My husband is a descendant of Emily Mecham and William Haws.
|ShaneO||RE: Fellow SAL|
That is the most classic photo on F.A.G. OMG!!!
442nd I will try to help for anything you need. That unit holds a very deep respect in my heart after watching Ken Burns the War.
Tadashi T Takeuchi is one of them I have researched.
Please check out my uncle Harv... 27000873
Added by ShaneO on Aug 23, 2014 10:04 PM
|AnnieDuckettHundley||RE: Thank you|
You're very welcome! Your profile photo is so flippin' funny! Thanks for sharing it with all of us!
|Rose Wenstrom||PS on Daniel Stenner|
I don't think this man has a headstone. I was wondering if there's some way we could order one for him, since he's a veteran? Is that something we could help the cemetery do, or could the American Legion do that? I'll help do the paperwork. Thanks! Rose
That is so funny!
Added by JGS on Sep 12, 2013 7:49 PM
|Carol Page Tilson||Santa|
I just enlarged your profile pix. ROTFLMAO. I gotta know if it's just a photo shop job, the marker for a person who'd changed his name [or whose parents had a weird sense of humor] or somebody really spent a bunch of bucks on a cruel -- but absolutely hilarious -- joke.
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||1Lt Glen W. Best|
1Lt Glen W. Best was an officer in the 531st Engineer Shore Regiment and was severely wounded in the invasion of Sicily, which started on 10 July 1943. Lt Best was evacuated to Africa and died of his sustained wounds on 12 July 1943. He was buried in the temporary American EL ALIA Cemetery in Algeria. After the war his remains were repatriated and buried in the Crown Hill Cemetery in Powell, Wyoming.
If Lt Best would have died in Sicily, most likely he would have been buried in the temporary American GELA Cemetery in Sicily, where over 1,200 men and women were buried between 1943-1947.
I am writing a book about the GELA Cemetery and have a chapter about the men who were wounded in Sicily, evacuated to Africa where they died. I would like to use the picture you took of Lt Best's grave, can I have your permission, of course you will be credited and notified when the book is finished (next year)
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