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Crayton Smith (#47156404)
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Diane Eastman
Re: Crawford M Tidwell
Mr. Smith, 8/17/13

I'm trying to add the photo and information about Crawford M Tidwell. I don't know how to do it when it's already listed. I have asked for photos of graves that aren't when I know where the person is buried.

So without stepping on toes, how do I get the ok to use the photo and information listed on Crawford?

A distant cousin,

Diane #47960033

Added by Diane Eastman on Aug 17, 2013 11:44 PM
James Pratt
James A Potts
Dear Crayton Smith,

My name is James Pratt. My father, who is now deceased, was in the 366th infantry during WWII. I am trying to assemble a list of men in his unit who lost their lives in Italy and locate photos for them. I have only partially succeeded in both cases. I see you have a photo of James A Potts who was in the 366th and KIA in Italy. May I use your photo of Harry M. Dorsey in my collection. So far I have 118 names (mostly from the ABMC) and 39 photos.
Also, do you have contact information for the Potts family? The village in Italy where James was killed is contemplating a memorial and would love to have more information about him.

I'd be pleased to send you a copy of what I've done so far if you would send me your mailing address.


James Pratt
224 Cobb St.
Groton, NY 13073

Added by James Pratt on Oct 31, 2011 8:35 AM
D. Brown Love
Cloyd Brown
I just wanted to tell you how greatly I appreciate your putting up the newspaper article about my uncle Cloyd on his listing. Thank you so much. I had never seen it before, and I loved the better quality of the family photo. My father won't allow anyone to touch the picture we have of Uncle Cloyd, so the quality I had was not great. Thank you so very much. It was a very kind thing you did.
Added by D. Brown Love on Aug 20, 2009 9:11 AM
Milford Griggs Ward
Thanks for adding a photo of this young soldier. I have added photos of his nice tombstone at Mount Pisgah Cemetery at Stroud.

Don C.
Added by Churchwell on Jul 31, 2009 9:51 AM

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