|James Coston (#47251791)|
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US NAVY 1966-1968 Silent Service|
VIET-NAM VETERAN (Radioman)
Radio operator on (2) submarines & a supply ship.
Duty stations in order of service:
USS RASHER AGSS-268
USS BAYA AGSS-318
USS GRAFFIAS AF-29
Main ID card VA & proud Navy Veteran !!
I specalize in babies (because they never got a chance) and veterans (because they gave us the chances that we have).
I'm hampered by 14K dial-up, so putting in fotos takes a while, be patient.
As a result of sub-service speed, I do most of my postings between 0400-0700 Texas time when internet usage is at a minimum.
Retired from GTE dba Verizon in Plano, Tx in 2007 after 27 years.
The dog in the foto is Precious, she is my constant traveling companion, mess with me and she goes into action, for real. !!!
Later, James Coston
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If U use my fotos that I worked so hard to obtain, respectfully request some sort of honorable mention, Thanks.
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|Frank Blair||RE: Gravley Cemetery, Ga.|
Yes I was in the Navy from Nov 1964 to Feb 1969.
From Hinton go west on GA 53 to Ludville. In Ludville at the double churches turn left on Bryant Rd, go several hundred feet to the first road and turn right (sign says horse farm, don't remember the name) go to the end of the road. At the farm house you can see if anyone is at home, if not turn right and go down the dirt road to the gate. The gate is not locked, after opening and going thru the gate close and latch it. Continue up to the top of the hill, turn right and go straight ahead. The cemetery has a fence around it and some trees.
I don't think you can get to the cemetery from the other house off 53.
Use Google Maps to view the area and change to satellite view.
|KMoisley||RE: Crutchfield's in Mexia, QUESTION ??|
Yes she is their daughter. I'm not related to them but checked on ancestry.com and got my info. Thanks for photos
Added by KMoisley on Jul 28, 2015 7:31 AM
The photo for Vennie Nelson is greatly appreciated.
Added by Sue Lapp on Jul 24, 2015 6:03 PM
|Tricia Evans||RE: Thank you|
That isn't nice!! But grief is a sticky subject for sure. Our oldest Brother Jimmy Glenn Crocker is buried there. He was cremated - we haven't purchased a maker as of yet.
I appreciate you and the care you take of the cemetery.
|Tricia Evans||Thank you|
Thank you for taking such a great picture of my family area. Not only did you get my Daddy Jim Crocker but you included and named the others. The white cross in the middle is my oldest brother. we still need a stone for him.
This means so much to me.
Patricia Crocker Evans
|Grave_Walker||Boortz family member photos|
Thank you for the headstone photos for the Boortz family members. I appreciate it.
|Pat Fogle||Lander tombstone|
Thank you so much for taking and posting the picture of the Lander tombstone. Your help is som much appreciated.
|mikey sweek||fred lowe|
thank you or the photos of fred low ands his spouse and faye marker.mikey sweek
|Don Looser||Many thanks|
Thank you, James, for all of these. My wife's Albritton family is from Kerens.
|Don Looser||Thank you|
Ive linked Elizabeth and Alford. Thanks.
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