|Victoria Williams (#47028212)|
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|I began doing this to be a blessing to someone else. I was inspired by "Ronzoni" who went above and beyond to help us find my husbands family in NY. I hope we can be helpful to someone else. If I have made a mistake or you would like to contact me about any of my postings, I would be glad to hear from you.|
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|Dale Wyatt||John Salevan|
Sorry, Victoria, but I failed to provide the memorial number. It is 30023132.
|Dale Wyatt||John B. Salevan|
Good Afternoon, Victoria,
It is nice of you to be willing to help people as you are doing. I had no idea where to look for the grave of John B. Salevan (1st cousin, 2x removed).
Even if I did, I have no idea when I would return to Delaware (from Florida) to take the grave photo.
Would you please transfer him to me?
|Pam Acquaviva Kalbfleisch||Transfer - Lynn Acquaviva|
Thank you for transferring Lynn Acquaviva's memorial to me. I appreciate it!
|CSze||30032113 Herman O. McGinnis|
The links for Mr. McGinnis's parents are: 30308601 (Harvey McGinnis) and 30308602 (Huldah McGinnis).
Added by CSze on Jun 29, 2013 2:15 PM
|vincent fasone||RE: Fr Conrad Pytlik|
I am so glad to have helped. I was working in Delaware at DUPont and hope all is well back east.
|Charlene Hassler||Maurice L Haynes Jr|
Thank You so much for putting my Brother's grave site on here we moved to wyoming not long after he passed away it's nice to come on here and see it you are awesome Thanks again Charlene Hassler
|M.Jones||Thanks so much|
Thank you so much for putting Edward Denkenberry on Find a grave. He hunted up here in Pennsylvania a long time ago.
Added by M.Jones on Feb 21, 2013 7:24 AM
|Michael||Samuel W. Tatman (Memorial # 30704091)|
Find A Grave Memorial# 30704091 is my Uncle. I was wondering if you could transfer him to me, member #47414821, please
Added by Michael on Oct 15, 2012 9:41 AM
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||Pvt Francis C. Dill|
Pvt Francis C. Dill was a soldier in Company F 39th Engineer Combat Battalion 9th Infantry Division and participated in operation Husky, which the invasion and liberation of the island of Sicily. The operation started on 10 July 1943 on the south coast Sicily. Landings took place in Licata, Gela and Scoglitti.
Pvt Dill was killed on 3 August 1943. He was buried in the temporary American Cemetery GELA in plot-grave D-43-511. Date of burial was 6 August 1943.
After the war his remains were repatriated and buried in the United States.
I am writing a book about the GELA Cemetery, where over 1,200 young American men and women were buried. Hope to have the book finished next year for the 70th anniversary on 10 July 2013.
You took a picture of his grave and I would like to use the picture for my book, can I please have your permission to use the picture you took, of course you will be credited. When the book is finished you will be notified.
If you are related and you or your family may have any pictures of him, any documentation or other information about his death, hope you are willing to share those with me.
|Larry Wales||Daniel Hudson|
Thank you so much for the transfer, it means alot to us. larry and Judy Wales.
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