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M Gaughan (#47126406)
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Lori June Hay Reid
Beatty Twins family
Do you happen to know Arline Beatty Spedden and Melcine Ellen Gaughan's sister's information? I have no idea what her name was when she passed or when she passed. Virginia ___________
Added by Lori June Hay Reid on Sep 03, 2016 4:43 PM
Lori June Hay Reid
Michael Sahhar
Memorial # 50675386
According to Michael's obituary he is buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, Calif.
Added by Lori June Hay Reid on Aug 26, 2016 9:55 AM
Jo Anne
Anthony Amico
The man listed above for which you have written a memorial is my grandfather. Could you please add the names of the 3 children he left behind? Jo Ann, Michael, and Dante.
Added by Jo Anne on Dec 24, 2014 9:12 PM
Suki Davey
Ann Gaughan
I transfered her memorial to you. I don't care how distant a relationship is - family is family and I know you'll take good care of this memorial. If I can do anything else, please let me know. Regards, Suki Davey
Added by Suki Davey on Aug 04, 2014 6:53 AM
Heather Brennan
Information regarding Ralph John Brennan

I found this website from a link on with a reference to my uncles grave in the Philipines.

I wanted to thank you and anyone else that helps with the management of this information and also update the information on file for my uncle.

Here is the information I would like to have added:

B:16 Apr 1919 in Springfield, Massachusetts, USA
D:06 May 1942 in Fort William Mckinley, Manila, The Philippines (23 years old) He fought in the Battle of Manilla Bay,( Battan and Corregidor) At the time of his death he was assigned to the Marine 1st Battalion, on Corregidor(tail of the rock area). FOr 2 days the men fought the Japaneese invaders off, but without reinforcements or ammunition, the men perished in hand to hand combat. His remains were never found.

My grandmother was unaware of his death for 2 years, he was presumed Missing In Action until Jan 28, 1944 when a Purple Heart was presented.

Added by Heather Brennan on May 04, 2014 10:36 AM

I was at the cemetery yesterday. The staff was kind enough to spend sometime checking this for me... They confirmed that there was no headstone. I asked for the name on the next grave over and confirmed I was at the right location so that I was at least able to provide a picture of the grave and location within the cemetery....
Added by PhillyJDM on Jul 13, 2010 6:46 AM
RE: Margaret Opalski
No problem... next time out, I'll try to take the photo... I should have done so when I was there! I'm fairly familiar with the cemetery and was sure I was at the right spot. Also, I seem to recall seeing "O'Neill" when I was there...
Added by PhillyJDM on Jul 12, 2010 11:37 AM
janine mcquiston
Jack Byrd
Thanks Marty, I just post info on find a grave for others to find. I do not know the person or their families. Thanks for the hard work you are doing. keep up the good work. thanks
Added by janine mcquiston on Apr 30, 2010 2:00 PM
Doll Harris-Hargrove
Margaret Opalski
I will be visiting the Bucks County Historical Society tomorrow and will attempt to do a cross-reference on Margaret Opalski to find where she is buried.
Added by Doll Harris-Hargrove on Mar 25, 2010 2:21 PM
Bernard and Cleora Hewgley
I wanted to thank you for taking the time to photograph this stone for me. Would you mind if I added the image to my family tree?

Added by missbitty on Jan 31, 2010 4:25 PM
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