|Dan Arnes (#47630541)|
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I am a retired Navy Master Chief with 22 years of Service including 2 tours in Vietnam and 1 in Desert Shield/Desert Storm. Most of my career was in helicopter Search & Rescue.|
I was attached to Helicopter Attack (Light) Squadron Three, HA(L)-3, in Vietnam, and have been trying to track down the rest of the guys who were there. Unfortunately, I find way too many of them with this "Find A Grave" search feature.
Any photos I take for Find A Grave, I do not claim these photos as exclusive or copyrighted and anyone can copy and use the photos for whatever purpose you desire except to slander or disrespect. Dan
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|D.Frederick Birely||RE: John T Wright|
I place tokens on all Military memorials I have contact with and more so if its Navy and a Submariner, is even a closer bond, i do research for families and if I left a token for a "duty station" means that I have confirmed that the person indeed served on that , sorry I can't help further, Im not related to this family
Thank You for your Service Shipmate
|Mary Agnes Hammett||RE: Grave Photo - Huey Bertrand|
You are welcome. Glad I could help. Should you need a better, clearer photo, please do not hesitate.
|J.B.||RE: Charles Davis-Kossuth|
Actually the records are better than most in my area, easily accessible, people willing to help. I do a lot of work at Kossuth and the people in charge now do a wonderful job. Different record keepers over many years though, so I'm sure not all have been as good.
Added by J.B. on Jul 04, 2014 9:09 AM
|J.B.||RE: Charles Davis-Kossuth|
Okay, thanks. I spoke with the man who takes care of the cemetery today and he is continuing to try to get information for me regarding Charles. He also keeps an eye out as he works in the cemetery, and as I said, I spend a lot of time there, so I'm hoping we'll find him for you soon.
Added by J.B. on Jul 02, 2014 2:22 PM
I'm trying to find this guy for you. He's not in the cemetery record. I have spoken with the keeper of the records and Charles is listed as a veteran buried there, but the location is not documented for some reason. They are checking so if they come up with anything I'll get the pic for you. Otherwise, I walk that cemetery often, so I might just happen across him by accident one day. Do you have any information on him that could be helpful, such as other family members who might be buried nearby?
Added by J.B. on Jul 01, 2014 1:44 PM
|Adventure Rider||RE: Grave Photo Request James DeLore|
|Cindi Coleman||RE: Perry Heard, Jr Photo Request|
The stone is tipped forward and it was in full sun at 8:00 a.m. Next time I'm up that way I will try again, especially if it is later in the day. Shadows can sometimes make letters stand out on a headstone.
|13th Generation Fairbanks in America||RE: James Beem Grave Photo|
Thank you for your acknowledgement. Your friend (or relative) is interred in what is referred to as a columbarium, which is a wall where cremains are located. Mr. Beem's first digit in the plot number is a "1", which means he is on the uppermost level of the columbarium, which keeps the markers looking really fresh and clean, as opposed to the ground which can get overgrown at times. They do their best at keeping the cemetery well kempt, but with what I believe is now approaching 50,000, it's quite a job. Best of luck finding all those you seek. Regards.
|Peg Bellard||RE: Gill Lester Carter Grave Photo|
I am so pleased that I was able to help you out, Dan. Have a blessed day!
|Linda Claxton||RE: Raymond Welch Marker Photo|
You're very welcome.
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