|Jan Baughman (#47586068)|
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I was born and raised in Kansas. I moved to NW Houston in 1986. I am a mom of two History teachers that I could not be more proud of.|
I find cemeteries comforting and peaceful. Therefore it is only fitting that I take pictures while I am in one. I want future generations to be able to easily find information on their relatives. The internet is a wonderful tool to use in this way.
I volunteer my time as a National Memorial Lady at Houston National Cemetery. We are a group of 35 ladies who attend each and every Veterans service that is held there. I also am a Senior Ride Captain for the Patriot Guard Riders who escort our military safely to their final resting place. I have a special gratitude for our military men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice as well as all who served the USA proudly.
If you are requesting a transfer for a particular memorial, please let me know what relation that you are to the deceased. I will make consideration at that point.
America....Home of the Free because of the BRAVE.
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|Dorothy Sunday||John and Dorothy McGinnis|
Thanks Jan for the pictures and your time. I do appreciate everything.
|Mary Watts||RE: George Davis Walker and Lillie Mae Walker|
Thank you so much.
I will be sure to give you credit for the photos.
|Mary Watts||George Davis Walker and Lillie Mae Walker|
Thank you so much for the photo. I am surprised at how quickly you responded. Do you mind if I use it on my ancestry tree?
Thank you for making the family links as requested.
Added by Peggy on Nov 22, 2013 9:33 PM
|Peggy||Bell Family|Added by Peggy on Nov 22, 2013 9:33 PM
Thanks, Jan...I've corrected the link.
Added by Elaine on Nov 22, 2013 5:16 PM
|Robin K||Jack Prout|
Thank you so much for the Prout photo. Greatly appreciated!
Added by Robin K on Nov 21, 2013 3:30 PM
|Andy Swinnen||Jack A Duce|
Thank you very very much for taking the time and the photo for me
these men are fallen but will never be forgotten
|Carolyn Brinkmeyer||Freddy Warmke 119197817|
Born: July 21, 1942 Starr County, TX
Died: Oct. 21, 2013 TX
Father: Freddy Warmke, Sr. 44176072
Mother: Lillie Grebe Warmke 33459412
|Barbara Norris Ward||Glenn Norris 90854947|
Some things are hard to explain. Glenn was caught in the Viet Nam war and fought it his entire life. He moved to Ca to excape his terrors here and moved back about 10 years ago. He has one brother left and his brother and him were as close as they could get under the circumstances. The (I guess Stepson had control)Bob told me over the last year and a half he had tried to call/ contact Glenn but could not reach/find him. He learned today his brother had passed. Please transfer to me his memorial and I will connect Glenn to his family as he should be. You can look at my site if you wish.I have his father and grandparents. Some things just need to heal and move on. I knew him as a child and teenager before he entered into the military. It is sad when an extended family could not contact a brother and let him know of the passing. I represent Bob Norris in Find A Grave. Several of my cousins asked me to attend to this for them. Thank you for your consideration. That is all I do is family. Barbara Norris Ward 47367489
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