|Lorenzo Brieba (#47080176)|
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"How you die is more important than how you live"
Hemingway wrote, "Man is not made for defeat. A man can be destroyed but not defeated."
The rite of manhood for heroes is facing death bravely.
In the end they will lose because they will die., but the true measure is how a person faces death.
On Find a Grave..
The locations for the remains of Alexander III of Macedon, commonly known as Alexander the Great, and those of Genghis Khan and Marco Polo are presently unknown.
For those seeking to undertake such ventures, there are many unclaimed and forgotten graves awaiting to be uncovered..
To understand the future one must acknowledge the past.. and to review the past one must resurrect the dead.
"Inoiz Negoziatzeko - Deus Geratzen"
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|Stan Jett||Sgt Matthew D Wehausen|
Sorry, but did not have the pleasure of his friendship.
|Elaine Alper||David Alper 1941|
I am looking to have access to this record.
He is my husbands grandfather, and was married to Minnie Alper, also buried at Hebron.
|orleans||RE: re: photo for ed koch|
how too bad. is there a way to contact the managers of findagrave & tell them you have another photo that shows the epitaph? there must be a way you could get your other photo posted. and if you manage to do it would you please send me a message here so i can see it? i'd really appreciate it. or can you tell me what it says? thanks. orleans.
Added by orleans on Dec 13, 2013 8:57 PM
|orleans||re: photo for ed koch|
just wondering if you could upload the photo you took so that the viewer can click on it and enlarge it in order to read what it says? that would be great. the line "his father" is readable but the inscription beneath it isn't. neither is the bottom inscription of two lines at the base of the monument.
Added by orleans on Dec 12, 2013 1:14 AM
|Ginny M||RE: Joseph Brooks|
Thanks! In the smaller photo I thought the cemetery looked huge...this is a good help.
Added by Ginny M on Sep 14, 2013 4:29 PM
|Ginny M||RE: Joseph Brooks|
Thanks! If it is small, we have a fighting chance!
Added by Ginny M on Sep 12, 2013 6:55 PM
|Ginny M||Joseph Brooks|
Do you happen to have a location for Joseph Brooks at Cedar Lawn...or maybe a description of how to find him...or a map? Planning on visiting next week -thanks!
Added by Ginny M on Sep 12, 2013 9:43 AM
|Robert Fowler||RE: Henri Huet|
You do a wonderful job on Henri Huet and I must say I only know of him through his photograph of Dickey Chapelle. I ran upon you looking at Mrs Chapelle and I gather that one of your interests must be war correspondents, photographers and journalists. Your personal story about visiting her gravesite is very interesting. I first ran upon her name in the autobiography of James Michener and she has always stuck in my mind because of that. It has been years since I read that but as I recall, he ran into her in WW II when she was helping people flee the Nazis from Poland. I then read up about that fascinating woman. Although she is deemed "famous" on findagrave, she is such a unsung hero, in my personal opinion. Her life story is one worthy of special attention.
|Robert Fowler||Henri Huet|
Extremely well done bio for Henri Huet. His famous photo of Dickey Chappele's last moments was extremely poignant. Who would have thought we would still be there (Vietnam) for almost a decade after that photo!
|Ben Doxey||Ed Koch's Monument Inscription|
Hello Ace: Usually is one clicks on the picture it will open to "full size", meaning a larger image. I tried this with your picture of Ed Koch's monument but it remains the same size and the inscription cannot be clearly read. Can you submit a detail of the same picture in order to read the entire inscription ? I'm sure the management will allow another such image. Thanks, in advance. Ben Doxey, Rhode Island
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