|Memory Lane (#47935911)|
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I have working on my family history now for about 40 years. |
Currently I am working on locating the members of 17th Airborne Division, 517th Parachute Infantry Regiment Combat Team, 3rd Battalion, I Company. This is my Uncle's unit, he was KIA at Col de Braus in France.
My reason for joining find a grave is to remember those friends and family members who have passed on. I add each memorial one at a time with the information that I have complied.
I will gladly make corrections, add additional information or make family links to any of my memorials. Click on the "Edit" tab and then click on "Suggest a correction or provide additional information" link on a memorial about anyone I have listed. I happily make all corrections/additions within a few days.
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|Dorothy Cox-Woodruff||Thank you|
Thank you for posting the tombstone photo for Annie Hoagland.
|Adventure Rider||RE: The Vensas's|
|D.Forbes||RE: The Culhane's|
Added by D.Forbes on Jul 19, 2014 6:32 PM
|Dorothy H||RE: The Krick's at Blythefield Memory Gardens|
You're welcome. I'm glad I could help.
|LLW||RE: Helen Irene St. George Towey|
Upload complete for Arthur. I could not find any record for Margaret. Found two Mary but dates did not match.
Added by LLW on Jul 03, 2014 3:38 PM
|Sidney||RE: Robert Emmett Kinney|
You are very welcome - Glad to help.
Added by Sidney on Jul 02, 2014 3:47 PM
|Theatreneene||RE: Mary Bridget Shanley Gearon|
You're welcome! Whenever I take a pic of a grave, I always check both sides of the stone and add both pics for every request in case there is a spouse/other family member. :)
|TNTowns||RE: Chester Sidney Graves|
I'm sorry for the upside down picture. I was using my iPad and for some reason it did this. I have reloaded.
Added by TNTowns on Jun 24, 2014 10:07 PM
|Linda Claxton||RE: Robert Francis Kinney|
You're very welcome.
|Jennifer Kashella||"Willis" Woodcock at Niagara Falls Memorial Park|
I was in the cemetery office today and there are 12 different Woodcocks buried there. The only name and date that come close is T-Sgt. James F Woodcock Jr who was a WWII casualty. Death date 7/27/1944 and buried 11/2/1947. Also says he was 22 years old. If this is who you are requesting a photo for, I will get it.
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