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Heather Hall (#48030601)
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Hello! Anyone is authorized to use any of the photos/images I take and post on Find a Grave freely. I contribute time and effort to adding items to Find A Grave because I enjoy it and love giving back to the genealogy community. There is no need to contact me to request permission.

Occasionally, I do post a photo with permission from the copyright holder, if applicable, so please look to see if there is a citation in the photo caption. For the photos or documents provided by others, please give them proper credit.

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Heather
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Phil
Joseph Prouse
Hi Heather,
I don't know if you're the right Prouse descendant, but thought you may be a good bet. I found you through searches for Joseph Prouse, who served with my Grandfather during WWII in St. Lo, France. I'm trying to get more info about exactly where and when my Grandfather (Foy Gamble) was killed. I found Joseph Prouses' name from this:

"Three BAR men of another company came up out of the line. They had just been relieved. They were so tired they could scarcely carry their 20-pound guns. They were a gunner, an assistant gunner, and an ammunition carrier. One of them, Pvt. Foy Gamble, of Florence, Ala., had seen his assistant gunner picked off by a sniper right next to him in the same foxhole. The assistant gunner’s blood was still on Gamble's field jacket. “The Jerries are smart,” said Pfc. Filadelfio Padilla, of Holman, N.M. “They pass up riflemen and go for us automatic-weapons men." " But they ain't smart enough," said Pvt. Joseph Prouse of De Ridder, La. “We ad­vanced 15 hedgerows yesterday.”

By Sgt. Bill Davidson
YANK Staff Correspondent"

Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks,
Phil
Added by Phil on May 25, 2015 7:36 PM
Theresa Ely
Haslett Photo
Heather, You are very welcome, I enjoy the days out in this beautiful weather, and I am glad to help. Enjoy your summer.
Added by Theresa Ely on May 24, 2015 7:20 PM
Barbara Kirkland
RE: William Robert Bailey and Mary Elizabeth Blanchard
This photo was given to me by a lady in Duncan, Ok who was a descendant of the Bailey family. I will look up that info tomorrow and get back with you. The Bailey family is my husband's line and I would be happy to correspond with you regarding them.
blkirkland@prodigy.net
Added by Barbara Kirkland on Mar 03, 2015 6:44 PM
Steve
RE: Plumer photos
It was my pleasure to visit the graves on your behalf.
Added by Steve on Jan 05, 2015 9:46 PM
csanmi
kristofic,franz
Hi, heather, I found Franz Kristofic, died in 1913, 2,21 in yasni.
all I know is that he leaved euerope in the early 1900´s surely after 1904 and died 21th of february 1913 in central colorado.

he was cathlic, and I found a record like this...


Frennd, Franz Kristofic 127685040
b. unknown d. unknown Catholic Cemetery
Central City
Gilpin County
Colorado, USA

and your link...

could you give me more information?

seems to be the father of my grandfather and maybe there are some relatives still alive...

besides what does "frennd" mean?

sincerly yours

Michael

maybe you have a picture of his grave?

or a hint which church or institute can give me help to search...
Added by csanmi on Dec 11, 2014 7:30 PM
pz
mary roden - texas
photo added
Added by pz on Oct 30, 2014 3:14 AM
Larry Draughon
Hamilton Wright Draughon Jr.
Thanks so much, Heather, for the editing of Hamilton's memorial. Larry Draughon
Added by Larry Draughon on Oct 03, 2014 8:44 PM
Bryan Fields
Charles Day
Greetings - Calvary Cemetery isn't very cooperative in looking up grave locations to Find-A-Grave photography volunteers - they'll only do 3 at a time and recently cut me off from asking for any more locations. I was trying to add locations for the very large backlog of photo reqs for the cemetery; there's over 400 requests. Those that include the grave plot get photographed first, so I'd recommend that you add that info to the Find-A-Grave memorial page. Call 216-641-7575 for the cemetery office; they'll provide you 3 locations without charging you for them.
Added by Bryan Fields on Aug 22, 2014 7:57 AM
Denise Quintana
Thomas H Carbis & Caroline Vine
Hi Heather, Sorry for the delay. We were out of town. I looked both of these graves up and they have pictures already. If they are buried in Central City, there are pictures. Let me know I will help you. Thanks
Added by Denise Quintana on Aug 10, 2014 8:29 AM
Cenita Quick
RE: John Glidden
I'm glad that I could help.
Added by Cenita Quick on Apr 20, 2014 5:10 PM
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