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Laurie Pratt (#46795992)
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Dominique Potier
Ludlow Gibbons
Thanks Laurie for your picture, unfortunately I can't tell if he was a 517PRCT airborne during the WW2 . I'm pretty certain he is the hero I look after , same name, same Birth year, same state ... If one day you find his obit could you contact me ?

Thanks

Domi
Added by Dominique Potier on Aug 27, 2014 11:53 PM
Lisa DeGeorge
John M. Spencer
Thank you so very much. You have been so helpful. Sincerely, Lisa
Added by Lisa DeGeorge on Jun 30, 2014 6:19 AM
Jack Davison
RE: El Toro Cemetery
Who pays the fee for all the Marines buried before base closing? The cemetery at the San Francisco Presidio was made into a National Cemetery under the care of the National Park Service, as is Arlington, and Fort Rosecrans at San Diego, which I think was a closed base as was the Presidio. El Toro is not a National cemetery; if it were then there would be conditions on being interred there.There are many National Cemeteries around the country, some infinitesimally small, like the one at Ball's Bluff Battlefield just down the road from my house, with only a couple of dozen Union soldiers and about one Confederate.
Added by Jack Davison on Apr 27, 2014 3:13 PM
Jack Davison
El Toro cemetery
Thanks for the reassurance. I have been more than a little cobfused by the implications and consequences of base closings and that is what raised a question in my mind regarding cemeteries like El Toro which was certainly a national vemetery in my mind although it was a FOd installation on a different budget. El Toro is not a commercial operation with chatges for care, since I am sure it is part of the Orange County government services.

Thank you again.

Jack Davison
Added by Jack Davison on Apr 27, 2014 12:06 PM
CathyC
George W. Reedy
Hi Laurie,

I got your message. I think the error you are referring to is the CSA. Do you know how I can get it corrected? Contact me at my yahoo account cathgen2.

Thanks

Cathy
Added by CathyC on Nov 29, 2013 7:46 PM
Michael Evans
RE: Lorenzo Hawkins
Thank you for that information. Lorenzo was a distant cousin to the family. His grandmother, Mary Jane Huntress, was a sister of Deborah Huntress, our ancestor.

Michael
Added by Michael Evans on Jan 26, 2013 5:13 AM
Harvey Tebbetts
RE: Collins
Orinda is my 3rd great grandmother. Her daughter Aletha is my 2nd great grandmother. Clarance was her son and Irving is my grandfather.
I have all the genealogy on the Collins family and a lot of information on Danville if you need it. I was born in Danville.

Harvey
Added by Harvey Tebbetts on Oct 01, 2012 5:31 AM
Terry Weigandt Joyner
RE: Photo
You sure can. While I took the photo I don't believe I own it outright. I was only photographing a fact and you cannot legally copy right an established fact. I have been working to photograph headstones and upload them to Find A Grave for who ever needs them. The information included with the picture is the information contained within the Andersonville database for him. Let me know if you need anything else.

Cheers,

Terry
Added by Terry Weigandt Joyner on Jan 20, 2012 9:01 PM
Pat Lowe
Thanks
Thanks for the photo of the grave of Stephen Michael Oittinen.

Added by Pat Lowe on Nov 04, 2011 2:12 PM
Susan Beyer
Wangenheim Stone
What a nice surprise. Thank you so much for taking the photo of G. M. Wangenheim. We really appreciate it.
Added by Susan Beyer on Nov 20, 2009 4:47 AM
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