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Kenneth & Carolyn (#46788418)
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I found this site 5 or 6yrs ago.My oldest brother was killed in WW11 . This started me on a search for 90th Bomb Group vets especially the KIAs. I have a virtual cemetery with all the KIAs of the 90th Bomb Group that I can find.
Thanks to everyone that honors these men and all veterans.
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Jan Wingo
RE: Photo of Old Acton Cemetery and Jane Roberts Headstone in Alabama
okay, thank you, still ... and thank you especially, Robert Bryan (#47138912)!

Jan
Added by Jan Wingo on Feb 24, 2015 9:52 AM
Jan Wingo
RE: Photo of Old Acton Cemetery and Jane Roberts Headstone in Alabama
okay, thank you, still ... and thank you especially, Robert Bryan (#47138912)!

Jan
Added by Jan Wingo on Feb 24, 2015 9:52 AM
Jan Wingo
Photo of Old Acton Cemetery and Jane Roberts Headstone in Alabama
I want to thank you for posting the very clear picture of the headstone marking Jane Roberts' gravesite in the Old Acton Cemetery; and also for the Cemetery picture, as well.

John Acton and his wife, Jennie Roberts (Acton) are my 4th great grandparents; and Jennie's mother, Jane Roberts, is of course, my 5th great grandmother.

John's father, Captain James [Edward] Acton, was married in Virginia circa 1773 to Elizabeth McCraft (an indentured servant / immigrant from Scotland). She died in Garrard Co KY in 1822 (possibly 1820). He was born circa 1750 in England, and died in Garrard Co KY on 20 Dec 1819.

Captain James Acton is documented as a PATRIOT who took the Oath of Allegiance in Henry County, Virginia on 20 Jul 1778.

Captain James Acton and wife Elizabeth were parents of 8 children:

James, Jr. - b. 1765
Salley - b. 1767
Uriah - b. 1768
Stephen - b. 1771
John Acton - b. 19 Mar 1773
Aaron Sr. - b. 1775
Samuel - b. 1778
William - b. 1790

The Acton genealogy line is an approved, documented line with the Daughters of the American Revolution (A000346).

Thank you again for hosting this FindAGrave page. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,

Jan Acton Wingo,
Carolyn Acton Clute,
and
our father, James Albert Acton

Added by Jan Wingo on Feb 23, 2015 10:58 AM
Snickerdoodles
Vern B Hurlbert 90th BG 319th
Thank you so much for attaching this information on my father Vern. I attached a picture of his Group with names of the men.
Thank you so much
snickerdoodles
Added by Snickerdoodles on Feb 05, 2015 12:06 PM
OKIEGENIE
W.R. Mills
W.R. Mills listed by James Tyner in Anderson-Vann Cemetery is actually his wife L.C. Mills. W.R. Mills died about 1915 and is not buried in this cemetery that we have found
Added by OKIEGENIE on Dec 27, 2014 9:18 AM
Kathleen Matranza
Thank you!
Thank you so, so much for making this site. My great Uncle died long before I was born, however I always felt that I needed to thank him for his service and sacrifice. My great Aunt Peony, his wife, never remarried after he went missing in action.
Added by Kathleen Matranza on Dec 14, 2014 6:59 PM
Al Ver Berkmoes
Peter Ver Berkmoes
Thank you for transferring Peter' page. I will combine the information on one page with that from his other page.
Added by Al Ver Berkmoes on Nov 30, 2014 8:07 PM
grubworm
Transfer and Picture
Thank you so much for transferring my cousin, William Meade, II (11379251) to me. I also appreciate that you have taken a picture of his grave site. I appreciate all the work you do for Find A Grave.

Sue Spoon
47881049
Added by grubworm on Nov 21, 2014 11:55 AM
Lleeah
90th vets at Ft. Snelling
I just wanted you to know that I found and photographed all the members of this group at this cemetery. Just doing my part to honor them.
Added by Lleeah on Oct 31, 2014 8:31 PM
Marcia Henderson
Clyde Clinton Wise
Thank you so much for your contribution on my uncles memorial on find a grave. Marcia Foster Henderson
Added by Marcia Henderson on Aug 02, 2014 3:34 PM
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