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I seek undocumented graves of United States of America veterans and their families in remote places without increasing the Federal deficit, using sustainable, ethical, carbon neutral grave photography. Founding member Lyme Disease Sentinel Society.|
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|Walter H. Pack Family||Re: Livesay|
Thank you so very much for letting me know. I found one Korean Vet yeasterday whom I think is without a stone who was killed in action. The name is Eastman in WV. I cannot remember his first name and he was only 19 years old. He is buried in an Eastman Cemetery. He was also a Corporal.
Thank you so much for taking this photo for me. I do appreciate folks, like yourself, who are willing to take their personal time to help out a stranger!!!
Added by Mara on Jul 27, 2014 8:01 AM
|Sally Matthews||RE: West Branch|
Thanks so much...I really appreciate it! I also came across another relative on your site, Nathan Horton Wilcox (PA 149th Infantry). Sally Kilbourne was his aunt. Another relative, John W. Walbridge, my great-great-grandfather, was also in the 149th. He is buried in Pleasantville, PA, and my cousin has taken pictures of his grave. My fourth great-grandfather, Joshua Walbridge, was a Rev. War patriot and is buried in the Academy Hill Cemetery in Wellsboro. The pictures I have of his grave look very rough, and I hope to visit that grave someday and perhaps even restore it in some way if possible.
|Sandra Blackwell||RE: George Blackwell|
he is on his fathers stone. Idont have a photo of it
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