|Judy Samson-Shealy (#47631251)|
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I have recently retired and am working on history for the Arrasmith, Brewer, Roche, Samson, Spaulding and Shealy family names. Found a lot of information on Findagrave and am hoping to add information others are looking for.|
My husband is retired Army with two tours in Vietnam. I served in the Air Force. Every service member I come across will receive a 'virtual flower' thanking them for their service.
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I saw that you added flowers to his memorial, # 125650566. I added a photograph of him from a 1940 yearbook that I found. Feel free to take a look. I also asked the owner of the memorial to change his middle name. The Od should be the professional initials that follow his name for Doctor of Optometry. BTW, thank you for your service and that of your husband.
Added by rdsxfan on Dec 22, 2014 6:40 AM
|Joe Sasnett||RE: Charlie Sasnett|
Thank you Judy I appreciate it
|Wilburn Stancil (Bill) Lassiter||harry m pullen|
Hello,my name is Wilburn Lassiter.I am trying desperately to find the actual grave site of Harry Malcolm Pullen.(my grandfather)(John Pullen's brother).Harry Pullen drowned in Pensacola(Escambia)Florida on 8 May 1958.The funeral was a few days later in Dothan,Alabama.My family and I traveled from Rockingham NC to attend the funeral.(I was 10 years old)My father is deceased and my mother is 86 years old with demetia.I have did geneology work for a long time however this has me stumped and about at my wit's end.I have established a memorial for Harry M.Pullen at Memory Hill Cemetery in Dothan,AL with his brother John however I do not know for certain where he is buried. Help!Any cooperation or assistance with this request would be greatly appreciated! Respectfully,Wilburn S. Lassiter SCPO/USN/RET Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||Sgt Wilson E. Gamble|
greetings from Nijmegen in Holland.
Was checking the site www.findagrave.com for information for the following named soldier. On the site I found a picture of his grave and you took that picture.
His name is Sgt Wilson E. Gamble and is buried in the Webb City Cemetery
Sergeant Gamble was a litter patient and died in a crash of a C-47
After his death he was buried in the temporary GELA cemetery in Sicily. I am doing research about that invasion of July 1943 and want to write a book about this cemetery.
I would like to use the picture you took of his grave, of course you will be credited.
Do you perhaps know the location and/or circumstances where he was killed, if you family of him, do you perhaps have his picture from the time before he was killed, or his grave at Gela.
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