|L Beacon (#46921308)|
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Nearly all of the memorials I have entered and flowers left are somehow related to our family, if you happen to be related would love to hear from you.|
I am currently working on trying to locate the final resting place of all the men who were part of the First Special Service Force, aka Devil's Brigade or Black Devils. In July 2013, the Congressional Gold Medal was awarded, collectively, to the First Special Service Force, in recognition of its superior service during World War II.
Most memorials I have created in CT cemeteries are not family and happy to transfer to family.
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|Operation:PictureMe||Sgt George Godin at Beach Head War Cemetery|
Info has been added to his memorial page on Find-a-Grave.
The church where the columbarium is located is gorgeous. The columbarium is behind a locked gate but you can see in to it. I was able to go inside because I was there on a week day. I also took a picture of the front of the columbarium and a couple of the stained glass behind it. If you would like I can post them as well. Or I can send them to you and you can decide.
Added by cj on Jul 18, 2014 6:38 AM
|Mother's Hands||RE: E. Ratliff|
Of course, you may use my photos. I am pleased to help with your fine project. If you need additional pictures, let me know.
|Bev Dowson||RE: R. Burton|
Absolutely use it !! I just like helping others ! I wish I had as good of luck looking for my own family.
|Sharon & Larry Schultz||RE: R. Olesen|
You may use the photo however you like. It is my priviledge to honor our veterans . Larry
|Carol & David||RE: A. Konya|
You are very welcome. You have our permission to use the photos and cite us as the photographers. We also ask if you could cite his memorial on Find A Grave as well. Have a wonderful weekend.
|Paula Ryburn||photo approval|
Of course you may use the photos I took for you! Thanks for asking. ;)
When I took the picture of Mr. Mikula's grave I also did one of his wife's, too. Would you like to create a memorial? If so I'm ready with the photo. Thanks.
Added by DEX on Jul 10, 2014 9:15 AM
My pleasure! Please use the photo.
Added by SRGF on Jul 08, 2014 6:25 PM
|Gail ||Douglas G. Patch|
We took the photo of the Patch stone. It is located about 20 feet from my family's grave site. There is no military marker. According to legacy.com, Mr. Patch was born in Canada and served his native country during WWII as a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force, seeing action overseas.
Added by Gail on Jul 08, 2014 9:46 AM
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