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Anna O'Quinn Richter (#47329432)
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Bio Photo I am happy to transfer memorials-just ask.

I welcome corrections, updates, links, and additional information on my memorials. Findagrave is a joy when people work together in the spirit of collaboration.
If a fellow contributor takes the time and trouble to send links and updates, please accept them in good faith. Findagrave does not require us to provide documentation at all, let alone several sources.

Thank you to everyone who has cheerfully added the information and links I've asked for, and a pox on those who won't. And thanks to the photographers who go out in the cold and heat to get photographs of stones for us all. Findagrave couldn't exist without the 'boots on the ground' folks.

Thank you to my Findagrave friends who help me with locating burials and stitching my pieces. Without you I'd have a much harder time, make a lot more mistakes, and not have nearly as much fun.

The lines I look for are Worsham and Moody on my mother's side, O'Quinn, Summers, Rentz and Kinard on my father's side.

If you have time, please visit the memorial of a great lady, my friend Winona Rhodes
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Bill Thayer
Hughes family
Thanks for permission to credit you appropriately, which I just now did; it's always more professional of me, but I also always ask!

The younger son is Robert Burnett Hughes, Cullum 17383, Class of 1950, born in the Canal Zone 1 Aug 1927, died Mount Pleasant, SC 18 Oct 2010. Since the last Supplement of Cullum was published in 1950, all it has is "CE" = Second Lieutenant, Corps of Engineers. There is no West Point Association of Graduates obituary, but there's a Find-a‑Grave page #61295833.
Added by Bill Thayer on Aug 18, 2014 1:24 PM
Bill Thayer
Kenneth Wendell Hughes
And since you mentioned the son as well in your post, I found him and put his entry too: http://bit.ly/Cullum16079.

Best,
BT
Added by Bill Thayer on Aug 18, 2014 10:48 AM
Bill Thayer
Oliver Wendell Hughes
And I in turn have put up everything I can, the official summary of his career from 1918 (when he was admitted to West Point as a Cadet) to 1950; at http://bit.ly/Cullum6907.

In my second footnote on that page, I purposely avoided mentioning you by name, out of potential privacy concerns. Do let me know if it's OK to mention you as that "other researcher".

Best,
Bill
Added by Bill Thayer on Aug 18, 2014 9:52 AM
Bill Thayer
Oliver Wendell Hughes
The Cullum bio, taking him only 28 years into his career, isn't going to help with either his death date or his burial place; but I'll put it up, yes (and let you know, of course).
Added by Bill Thayer on Aug 17, 2014 7:23 PM
Bill Thayer
Oliver Wendell Hughes
Just saw your note! The most recent career information I have on him, he was a Colonel at Karlsruhe, Germany, in 1950. He has no obituary at West Point Association of Graduates, unfortunately, and I have no separate source either, for where he might be buried (although surely must be next to his wife if she's buried at West Point).

He is Cullum #6907, Class of 1922 (graduated 80th of 102). I don't yet have him onsite — but I expect to put him up tomorrow for you. If for some reason I don't, don't hesitate to remind me tomorrow evening, I'm not touchy; but I'm marking my Desktop now.

G'nite,
Bill
Added by Bill Thayer on Aug 17, 2014 6:43 PM
Diana B
RE: Lorene McIntosh
Great. I will be looking for the new link.
Added by Diana B on Aug 16, 2014 5:35 PM
Diana B
RE: Lorene McIntosh
I tried one more time and now it has the links instead. I've never had anyone send it that way so I wasn't sure.
Added by Diana B on Aug 15, 2014 12:37 PM
Charlotte Ann Price
RE: Allie Van Orsdell 86905815
Thanks...send to me of post it...I hope you find it!!!!
I took a chance and opened the census records for a few of the same name...being an unusual name...and there he was...I hope anyway..
Added by Charlotte Ann Price on Aug 15, 2014 10:52 AM
Diana B
Lorene McIntosh
I have added the information you requested. Please let me know if there is anything else I can do for you.
Added by Diana B on Aug 15, 2014 7:03 AM
Rebecca McIntosh
RE: O'Quinn and Quinn
My Quinns came from County Tyrone, the main city being Antrim - and yes there are Quinns and O'Quinns in Oz - you are talking to one :-) Have a look at my family history and see what you come up with - I seriously doubt my family was well off - they were farmers. I can only go back to the father of the first immigrant to America - Charles Quinn was the father and the first in America from my line was William in about 1760. I have only been in Oz for 5 years - my birthplace was Ohio, 1959. Most of my Quinns are buried in Dingman Ferry Pennsylvania. We should keep in touch! Who knows!

Cheers,
'becca
Added by Rebecca McIntosh on Aug 15, 2014 5:34 AM
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