|Marcus Whitt (#47392540)|
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I am the son of Larue and Mary Mable Carico Whitt. I was born on the old Vince Whitt Homeplace, once owned by James Venters, near Pound, Wise County, VA. I have been involved in the family genealogy for many years now. I have family information on most of my connecting families which lived in the Wise, Dickenson, and some surrounding counties of Virginia. I have been to about all of the associated family cemeteries in the area.|
My first wife, who is deceased was from Dale County, Alabama. I have researched her family and associated family lines. I remarried and have now become working on my present wife's family lines.
I served with the 101st ABN Div in Vietnam as a crewchief on a UH-1 helicopter with A Battery, 377th Arty, (Aviation). I retired from the 118th Airlift Wing of the Tennessee Air National Guard at Berryfield, Nashville, TN.
I love genealogy and the work that is involved in it. I love to visit the various cemeteries involved in my tracing of family history.
If you ever notice that I have added a photo to a memorial, I go to cemeteries looking for my friends and family. I always take a few more photos, then come home to see if a memorial has one listed, if the memorial is not entered I will try to enter it with the information that I have. I will look at different sources to help complete the memorial. I also like to go camping and when I do I take along my camera just in case we pass a cemetery that is along the way. As my bumper sticker reads: I Brake for Cemeteries.
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|Ann Parkinson||RE: Elsie Quarterman Memorial|
An extraordinary lady, to be sure! Thanks again for following up on your adventure!
|Ann Parkinson||Elsie Quarterman|
Thank you for the info! I've added it. I didn't know that she had passed. What a terrific lady!
Sorry about my earlier message. I do see that some of the information matches. I will do some checking to see what I can find out about the relationship.
I think the Swartzlander's that you are speaking of are not the ones buried at Smith Mountain Cemetery in Dubina, CA. The Hazel that is buried in Smith Mountain didn't pass away until 1975.
|Homesick4la||RE: Argonne Forest Campbell Memorial|
Hi Thank you for the message and information.
|Everett Mefford||Buelah and Kenneth Whitt|
I am sorry to bother you. I was wondering of you know where my relative Buelah Mae Daniel Whitt is buried? I know Kenneth and her divorced in 1973 and she died in Springdale, Washington Co, Arkansas on June 23,2006. Any info would be great
|John Dowdy||RE: Sgt Lamuel Lamaskas|
try google b24 42-51320
and google 465th bomb group or 782nd bomb squadron
Whitman is listed as Roger L. Whitman in USAAFdata.com
KIA crew Argonne F. Campbell - and Whitman, Whitman dies 4 days after Campbell possibly of wounds
|Dominique Potier||RE: Sgt Lamuel Lamaskas|
It's great ... Are you in touch with the family ?
Hi Marcus, just wanted to say hello. I see you have been VERY active on Findagrave - much more than me!
|Craig Lee Caudill||RE: Rich Whitaker Cemetery|
You're very welcome. My 4th great grandfather, James Caudill is buried there. There is a roadside marker on 7 on the opposite side of the cemetery for him. He was a revolutionary war soldier. Cool stuff. His son, my 3rd great grandfather, William C Caudill, is buried there, too. :-)
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