|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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|B J||RE: Nielsen family|
accurate records are important. I was working from old handwritten paperwork and back then so much was written phonetically. Thanks for the corrections.
Added by B J on Nov 07, 2014 10:31 AM
|B J||Nielsen family|
There are five members of the Nielsen family that are together. Bodie is one name and the other four have cremains with him. They are in the garden of devotion; however unable to locate their marker
Created by: Mike Weeks
Record added: Sep 10, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 116888824
Added by B J on Nov 06, 2014 12:23 PM
|Kristi Baker||RE: Ray Walter Brown|
Every little bit of information helps. Thank you again!
|Kristi Baker||Ray Walter Brown|
Thank you Mike for adding the information to my grandfather's memorial. Was there any other info available? I know very little about my grandfather other than what I have found on Ancestry so anything additional would be wonderful. Thanks again! Kristi
|Jack Davison||Carl Emil Giese|
I just noticed and don't know why I declined your suggestion for his birthplace. I will have to ask his son as well as check the records. I think "Scott" was the home in the head of his Lucky Bag bio. I will try Ancestry, too.
|Sally Scheer||Jack Derthick|
Thanks for the memorial for Jack Derthick of Alpena. He was a favorite almost-relative (his mother married my uncle, second marriage for each) way way long ago. We loved hearing his stories of his childhood and the Navy.
|Jack Davison||ctommelins and souceks|
I see that you have recognized the Crommelins among your prewar aviators on their memorials, but not yet the Souceks. Both are great names in USNA history and Naval Aviation. Five Crommelin brothers four of whom were fighter pilots, and four Souceks, two brothers and one cousin test pilots, The other Crommelin brother and another Soucek cousin were surface admirals. All the Souceks were football and lacrosse (almost natural for Oklahomans then) greats.
|Michael Livingston||Robert F. Halladay|
Can you help me learn where you found the following information on my grade school teacher, Robert F. Halladay? Thanks! Mike
2nd Lt. R. F. Halladay, USNCR, designated Naval Aviator #8851 in 1941.
|Pattie Ford||RE: Dewitt Allen Harrell|
Thanks Mike I have updated his memorial.
|Pattie Ford||Dewitt Allen Harrell|
I guess I had Dewitt confused with someone else when I said to you that the SSDI was in Marion Co., Florida. It must have been a late night when I did that. So Sorry.
PS are you related??
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