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If you would like me to transfer a memorial, do not hesitate to ask. I can also remove a photo if you have a better one you would like to replace it with. I welcome corrections and/or additions and am always happy to post an obit or any other biographical material. You may do what you wish with the photos I have posted. I have put them here for the greater good of us all.|
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|Robert Funderburk||Francis Slack 'Uncle Frank' Ingraham|
Thank you very much for doing my first wife Karen's uncle, my mother-in-law's brother. I've spoke to him over the phone a couple of times, but never met him. He is almost the splitting image of Karen's brother George, who passed away in 2011.
Take care and keep up the good work.
Robert Clifton Funderburk II
|W. E. B.||Thomas Appleton.|
Thanks for the info!
Added by W. E. B. on Oct 07, 2014 3:57 PM
|Amoreeena||Avon Dwight Flanders FAG# 28718238|
This WWI soldier was killed in action in Oct 1918 in France. He is buried there:
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery and Memorial
Departement de la Meuse
International Find A Grave Memorial# 55992396.
Perhaps there is a way to link these two memorials.....the marker in Maine must be a memorial marker.
Here are some of his Military records:
Killed in action.
Death Date:13 Oct 1918
Cemetery: Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Cemetery Burial Plot: Plot G Row 39 Grave 38
Cemetery City: Romagne
War: World War I
Title: Private First Class, U.S. Army
Rank:Private First Class
Division:39th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division
Data Source:World War I Honor Roll.
His yearbook, The Crescent, from Lee Academy1919:
"Avon Dwight Flanders, class of 1915 went overseas 18 Jul 1918 with Company M, 304th Infantry, 76th Division.The last letter his family rec'd was dated 18 Sep 1918. He was reported missing on the 1st of Nov. A letter from the captain of his company stated that Pvt Flanders was wounded 12 Oct in the Meuse-Argonne offensive was taken to hospital. On 15 Apr 1919, a telegram from Washington brought news of his death".
His parents were:
Marcellus E Flanders Find A Grave # 131236797
Ella Mary Bailey Flanders Find A Grave #106016179
Thanks for your help!
|Gary Monigold||RE: Lindsey photos|
You are very welcome and glad I could help. I updated Henrietta's memorial. Thank you for all the work you do to help others on Find A Grave. Gary Monigold.
|jane austin||Roscoe, Affie and Roy|
Thank you for the trasfer of Roscoe, Affie and Roy. I'm going to work hard on finding out more about Roy, who was adopted at quite an advanced age. I'm pretty sure that he was one of Roscoe's Civil War Buddies' sons, so it could be a long and winding road.
Thanks for creating this for me to find. :)
|jane austin||Affie Lane 46982451|
Being pre-emptive here as I've been having so much trouble with edits lately!
I just put in a name change for my 2nd Great Grand Uncle's wife. His name was Roscoe G. Lane, and I was able to locate their marriage license where her name is given as Ida Towle. Other information refers to her consistently as Allie or Affie, so I am confident that Ida Aphia was nicknamed Affie.
They married as soon as he was done with the Civil War in Dec 1865, then he was off to the California Gold Rush! :) The woman was obviously a saint...
If you'd like to transfer Roscoe and his wife, Affie, I would be happy to accept their stewardship. Thanks for doing what you do! :)
Thank you very much for the photos and transfers of Harris and Nancy Coffin.
|Thomas F. Scully||Martha Broughton/Marshall|
I was looking for her marriage record to John D. Marshall, Joseph D. Marshall, born 1845 in Nova Scotia. They married July 21, 1869 in Salem, so I listed Joseph rather than John as her 2nd husband. Unfortunately, don't find his burial record.
|Joan Pacitti||Leo Giovanni's memorial|
Thank you so much for the information you provided for Mr. Giovanni.
You are very easygoing regarding requests and transfers and photos.
|NyxMCPS||RE: Margaret Harrington (#129790447)|
I haven't actually looked at the mass index record so that is definitely helpful to me. My cousin Pat was the who found her on ancestry and actually traced her family back to Ireland. If her headstone says where she was born then I'll go with that.
Added by NyxMCPS on Aug 26, 2014 5:27 AM
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