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|Michael Hernandez||RE: Lewis C. Anderson, Find A Grave Memorial# 39682987|
Do you have any information regarding military service of Mr. Anderson?
If not, do you have contact info for surviving family?
I am trying to determine whether or not he served with 7th bomb group in India during WW2.
|Virginian||Thanks for being a Photo Volunteer !|
Thanks for adding pictures of Audrey Marie Smith Wheelhouse and her marker from Virginia Veterans Cemetery in Amelia County. Also thanks for putting a Memorial for her on Findagrave.
Thanks for previously adding pictures of her husband, Louis Clinton Wheelhouse, and his marker to his Memorial on Findagrave, too.
I hope you and your family had a Happy Halloween !
A Wheelhouse Relative
|Janet Anderson||Grave of Ben G. Anderson|
This is my father, and he was born in Jackson Co., Tennessee, not Madison County. Please correct. He is buried in Providence Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Powhatan County, Virginia.
Thank you so much for your kind consideration and cooperation. I am forever in your debt.
Added by SOC on Sep 24, 2013 9:42 AM
My mother Audrey C. Counts is buried in the Powhatan Community Cemetery, I would like to have her grave connected to her mother and father who are buried in Maury Cemetery.
Audrey Counts' Find A Grave Memorial# 101511495
Mother - Myrtle Osborne is Find A Grave Memorial# 117477527
Father - Charles Osborne is Find A Grave Memorial# 117476936
Would you be so kind as to enter this as an edit on my mothers information?
Added by SOC on Sep 22, 2013 1:56 PM
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||TNX|
My mother sent this to you.
I will post here for you/ your benefit too.
On Find A Grave Number ( # 74270603 )
"Dear Messer whoever you are:
Thank you for putting this picture on Find a Grave. It is my favorite picture of Uncle Floyd who was special to all members of our family.
My first recollection in my life was when A. Mary was at "the old place" and we fugured it was probably in June 1926 and she was standing by the dresser telling me what a husband was, for she had married him on his 23rd birthday. I was given by another family member the letter my grandmother Bowles wrote to A. Mary
at S.T.C now Longwood University saying Papa did not have the $100 to
send her back to Farmville in 1922(there were no scholarships then even if you were valedictorian of the high school class which she was), so to Ellerson, Virginia to teach where she met the love of her life, E. Floyd Yates and added another bright light to our families.
Mary Elizabeth Harvey De Mallie, DAR, Bloomfield, Essex County, N.J.
I was named for my mother's two sisters:Mary Ellen Bowles and Freda
Elizabeth Bowles d. flu 1918 and had I had a daughter she would have been Mary Ellen De Mallie, named for Mary b. Yates.
Thank you again Messer!
|Dottie Meadows||Geore Gordon|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of George Gordon's headstone. I appreciate your time.
|Dwayne Hawpe||Sgt Terry Wayne Trimble|
Thanks for adding the photo to his memorial.
|Barb Norton||Photo request for George E Gordon|
Hi, just letting you know...I have a photo for George E Gordon in Muddy Creek. I was there for something else and saw the marker. If you will unclaim it, I will add the photo I have.
|AWPlemmons||RE: White Oak Baptist Church Cemetery|
Yes, I would say that we are definitely related!Do you have any photo's of Elizabeth Messer and William O Messer?
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