|Mike Weeks (#47007652)|
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Family and non-family tree researcher (and photographer) in spare time.|
In addition, researching Naval Aviators (Navy & Marine Corps) designated prior to the formal entry of the U.S. into World War II.
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|Don Blauvelt||RE: FAG 49303477|
Thanks Mike. Edit done.
May I prevail on your knowledge of military record sources regarding Frank's father Cmdr. Hugh Burton Robinson. Hugh was Lieut. of Engineers with the U.S. Coast Guard, Revenue Dept., from 1908 to 1914 [from the 1910 census and initial U.S. passport issued in 1922.] In the 1942 Civilian draft records he was associated he was either the port director, or associated with the Port Director's office, at the Port of NY. He died in-service July 1, 1945 at Brooklyn.
It is the time during WWI and then until 1942 that I am trying to fill-in.
|Don Blauvelt||FAG 49303477|
Thank you for your flower and virtual cemetery details. Please see.
|Meliru||RE: Ransom Butler Clark|
Hello Mike, Thank you Mike for the information regarding Ransom Butler Clark. Every little bit helps to connect with a relative so thank you, thank you! Melissa Clemons Russell
Added by Meliru on Jun 14, 2016 3:14 PM
|Meliru||Ransom Butler Clark|
Hello Mike, I was wondering what your sources and citations were for Ransom Butler Clark for the below information you created January 31, 2010. I am his biological great niece Melissa Clemons Russell
Judith Butler Clemons (his niece)
Roger Niles Butler (one of his brothers)
Ransom Nash Butler (his biological father)
Ransom Butler Clark
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Birth: Jun. 17, 1898
Death: Jun. 18, 1928, France
Ensign R. B. Clark, USNRF, was designated Naval Aviator #430 in 1918. Served in Saint Trojan, France during the World War. Released from active service in 1919 and discharged in 1921, with the rank of Lieutenant (Junior Grade).
Graduated Miami Univ. (Ohio) in 1922.
Died in Saint Trojan, France (cardiac syncope). Only (adopted) son of Dr. Frank Lowry & Mrs. Natalie (Rice) Clark of Oxford, Ohio.
No record of any marriage.
Note: Internment on 21 July 1928
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Created by: Mike Weeks
Record added: Jan 31, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47380311
Added by Meliru on Jun 08, 2016 12:31 PM
|Mike Casey||RE: Naval Air|
You're most welcome, and thanks again.
|Mike Casey||Naval Air|
Mike, thanks for the virtual flowers/wings left for my cousin JT Casey: 474562, and especially for all you're doing for the memory of Navy Aviators.
|Mark Maxwell||"Cash" Register #35340152|
I made a typing error in Cash's bio. It should be "VC-21" not "VC-11".
Thank you for adding his bio. Cash and Doug Henderson were the first casualties of the VF-3/VF-6 squadron being formed by "Butch" O'Hare in San Diego.
Sorry, Mike. I meant Harold W. "Halverson." B. 1904 d. 1942
|David Fields||Harold Haverson|
Mike, do you know how you came up with his date of birth? ANC has no record. Haverson was a member of my aviation fraternity and we think he likely was born before 1904.
Thanks for your efforts.
|Erik||RE: CAPT E.H. Seiler, USN|
You are welcome!
If you ever get around Houma, Louisiana make sure you go by my buddy, Charlie Hammonds FBO.
He has a Naval Aviation Museum in his hangar.
His son, Ricky, is an Annapolis Graduate and flew as a Top Gun instructor. He also flew in the movie.
Added by Erik on Jul 16, 2015 4:38 PM
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