|Michael Bogoslawski (#46800216)|
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|Ron Stewart||Outdated photo|
Memorial for Dorothea M Harris at Albert G. Horton Jr. Memorial Veterans Cemetery, Suffolk (memorial 48162353) contains an outdated photo you posted. It appears her husband has now died and a new stone was placed with his name on the front and hers on the rear of the stone. You may want to consider deleting your photo since it no longer represents what exists at that cemetery.
Thanks for all you have done at this cemetery. I have bumped into your name often.
|Sandra Blake||A G Bradshaw III|
Added the additional information. Many thanks for providing it. It is nice to have as much info as we can on these memorials for family members.
|Sandra Blake||Joe Connaught|
Thanks for the additional info on Joe Connaught. Do you mean that he is buried in France or that he was first buried in France? thanks for your help.
|Betty Withrow||Russell Withrow|
Hello, thank you Michael for transferring my dads' memorial to me. Thank you for all you do for us, I think as long as people are remembered they are not gone.
Have a wonderful day.
|Betty Withrow||Russell Withrow|
Hello, this is my father. Would it be possible to transfer this to me?
Its a great photo, thank you for creating this.
Please, may I put the stone photo on my wikitree site? You will be named as photographer.
Have a great Day
Added by Paula on Jan 27, 2013 6:54 PM
|Bill Dillon||Bator Greekman|
I was stationed with the Navy at the Northwest facility in 1977-1980. Some of the Petty Officers (1st class and 2nd class) took it upon themselves to renovate that cemetery during that time. It was completely overgrown with brush and most people didn't know it existed, even though it was located just off a large camping area. As I recall, the Petty Officers cleared the brush and erected posts about 20 inches high and strung plastic chain between the posts. They erected the tombstones in the area where they had fallen. I'm glad to see it has been taken care of since those days (about 30 years now).
I noticed your note on the page for Waggoner Carr, that you have some additional photos, but findagrave will not let you post them. Is that because he is listed as a "famous" person on the site? I was wondering if you still have those photos, and if you were willing to share them? He was a 2nd cousin of mine. I only wish to put the photos in my family tree.
Hope to hear from you.
Added by Gerry on Aug 03, 2012 7:06 AM
|Luana Dawn Alger||Re; Don Berlin GALFORD (memorial # 37691145)|
Hi, I just wanted to let you know that I have been doing a little research on my husband, Craig Michael GALFORD's, family and made a connection with Don Berlin GALFORD as being my husband's paternal Granduncle. Their parents have a memorial on this site and thought you might want to link him to them: John Brown GALFORD (memorial # 15532819) and Minnie Ellen CASSELL (memorial # 15532956). Bert and his 2 other brothers (Carl John & Raymond GALFORD) are already linking to their parents & felt that Don needs to be placed back with his family where he belongs. If you doubt me, have a look at this...
1930 Census: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XMHY-T71
For the record, there are also 3 sisters: Modie A. GALFORD, Ivy M. GALFORD & Lena Leone GALFORD (GUM/KNECHT), who were all born in the order in which I list them, before any of the sons were born. I suspect that Modie only belongs to John since she was born before John & Minnie married in 1906 and it appears that Minnie was actually married before she married John... I am not complete with my research on that part, though.
My father-in-law (Bert Joseph GALFORD) started a memorial a while back for his father, Bert GALFORD (no middle name), but seriously got the dates all wrong and is too ill now to correct it, so I started one myself with all the verified info included... and I have already linked Bert to his parents.
I know I gave a lot here (but I also left a whole lot out)... Just thought you'd want to know.
Thank you so much for taking the time to make a photo of my family's headstones. If I can ever help you in Tennessee please let me know. Jack Eslick
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