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Thanks so much for trying to find this gravesite! Marion
Added by Marion on Apr 06, 2013 9:38 AM
|Eric LEINDECKER||RE: Griffin Pinelaw Markers (n)|
I found these at the location for Lillian Ruth GRIFFIN ROUSE & Alonza Hubert ROUSE. I'm afraid there is no markers for them!
|David Clay||Mary Griffin|
Thank you for sponsoring Mary's memorial.
|Jackson Edward Wilson||Betty Jane Yost Southall|
Good evening nicpic,
Just wanted to let you know that I updated the memorial page of Ms. Southall with the source and plot information that you sent to me.
Sorry that I am so late in getting back to you on that.
Have a nice evening, and with best regards;
|Lois Humbert||RE: Griffin Marker Picture - Hallsville (n)|
I know I was kind of disappointed there wasn't a permanent marker either considering it had been over 2 years and it was luck that the one from the funeral home was still there. They usually don't last very long! Glad I could help!
|FamTreeHunter||RE: Dwight Miller|
I doubt he'll remove his since he has refused to remove his duplicates of mine before but I guess anything could happen...
His is the duplicate NOT mine.
I made mine 1st & there is a differece of 10,627 mem's. between me making mine & him making his.
|Lynn Griffin Hughes||Sponsoring|
Thank you so much! I am fairly new to the site and still learning, but thank you so much for sponsoring my Daddy! That is just awesome!
Lynn Griffin Hughes
|Lynn Griffin Hughes||Griffin Family at Kennedy Cemetary|
I see that you have posted several pictures of my family members. Can I ask who you are? It is awesome, how you have done such a great job. I was just wondering if we are kin.
Avon Griffin's daughter
Lynn Griffin Hughes
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||Pvt Harold E. Hoffman|
Pvt Harold E. Hoffman was a soldier in Company M, 120 Engineer Battalion, 45th Infantry Division. He was killed on 19 July 1943 in Sicily. He was buried in the temporary American GELA Cemetery in grave G-78-929. After the war his remains were repatriated and buried in the Kadesh Chapel Cemetery in Beech Bottom, W.VA.
Over 1,200 men and women were buried in the GELA Cemetery. I am writing abook about this cemetery and want to use the picture you took of his grave.
Can I have your permission, of course you will be credited and notified when the book is finished this year
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