|Dave Jones (#46579167)|
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My name is David Alan Jones, I was born on February 25, 1956 at Mills Memorial Hospital in San Mateo, CA. I am a student of history, including that of my own family and direct decendants; "Without he or she, there would be no me". Cemeteries are excellent resources for genealogy research and also places of quiet reflection for the living.|
I have written a book, "US Silent Service Dolphins & Combat Insignia, 1924-1945". I enjoy research into the military history of the United States. I just finished writing a book titled "Five War Patrols" about Floyd Caverly aboard the USS Tang.
My son and I are members of the "Son's of the American Revolution" and my daughter is a member of the "Daughter's of the American Revolution". I am also a member of The War of 1812 Society. I serve as a captain on the Klamath River Fire Department. Thanks for looking at my bio.
Sea of Japan
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|Fawn||Pvt Robert Davis of Cambrian Cemetery|
Hey! I have a couple more photos I'd like to add, the back of his marker there is a nice inscription "Our Dearest Brother" and there is also a metal GAR medalion that at at his gravesite. There are two photos there now, one of the IA state flag and one of the cemetery that could be deleted if you'd like me to add these other more relevant photos....let me know! Memorial 20032942
Added by Fawn on Sep 28, 2015 10:19 PM
|L. A. McGriff||RE: Ellis|
You're very welcome - I'm glad I could help.
|mark brobst||RE: Meyer|
YOUR VERY WELCOME IM JUST SAD THAT THERE ARE NO VOLUNTEERS IN THAT GRAHAM COUNTY KS AREA TO HELP US OUT ON THOSE PHOTO REQUESTS. BUT I HAVE A LOT OF THE CEMETERIES IN THE AREA PHOTOGRAPHED THOUGH BUT MAY TAKE SOME TIME TO GET THEM ON FINDAGRAVE!
|Rosie II||RE: Hurt|
You're quite welcome. Sad, but the older stones are soon to be no more and many have already disintegrated. I have all the Franklin Cem, Carthage, IL stones done that are left, but not all posted or entered yet. Some are very hard to read and will have to be checked with the cemetery records.
I posted many Hurt photos, you might want to check them out too. My Bluegrass friends, Eldon & LouElla Booth are buried there. Eldon's family is the Hurt's. His sister, Glenn/Pauline Marsden is there also.
I don't get up that way too often, it's 25 mi. Rosemary
Added by Rosie II on Sep 08, 2015 8:03 AM
|Gregory Land||Feronica Reed & Philip Reed|
I'm finding that these 2 people are listed in New and Old cemetery. I'm making a trip that way soon. Can you tell me which there graves are truly in?
|jim parker||RE: McNeil|
You're welcome. Glad I could help out.
|Don Inman||RE: Hodgson|
U R WELCOME
|Mary Eleanor||re: # 26038277 & 791|
I enjoyed reading your summaries for both persons!
The only noticeable error is the location of marriage. 'He was married to Anna Lundy (b. 1807, d. 1878) on August 4, 1825 in Union City, Clinton County, Ohio.’
- Union City does not exist!
It should be Union Twp., Clinton Co., OH
|Stacy Pauley||Gustin/Ellis Families|
I appreciate your contributions to this site so much. You have helped make it so easy for me to research my family. My beloved grandmother was Ruth Gustin. Are you a distant relative?
|Noelani||Richie Neale Henderson memorial|
Hello! I have a small favor to ask. I've been working on making sure that there are memorials, with pictures, for all of the graduates of USNA class of 1940 who were lost at sea during WWII. I just came from the one for LTCDR R.N. Henderson. I would like to post a closeup shot from the 1940 Lucky Bag, but there are all ready too many photographs there. Since all three of the man are identical, I thought maybe someone could delete one of them, so I can post this other. The creator of the memorial is currently not able to spend time working on this site, so I thought I would ask if you would mind deleting the one you put up. I'm extremely happy to see that you put up a picture of the wreck of the Wahoo! It's somehow comforting to see the grave of those men decorated by the beautiful fish.
I'm quite impressed by all of the work you have done on this site! I'm sure that it's a labor of love, for you, as it is for me!
Darillyn Lamb Starr
Brigham City, Utah
Added by Noelani on Jul 25, 2015 6:40 PM
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