|Jim Wray (#47219502)|
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|Maureen Christy||Harry Redick|
Please add his parents.
James Coulter Redick 106581465
Ida Mae Bush Redick 106581448
|Sally Roxanne Chapin||My cousin Robbie|
Hi Jim, Could I take over the memorial for my cousin Robert Jensen? Sally
|Kim & JM Talboo||Memorials|
I just wanted to comment that you have done a wonderful job of documenting the military men, and others, at Kittanning cemetery. I've gone through and piggybacked many of them with their military burial records.
As silly as it sounds it was if I heard my father's voice calling to me from the grave the other asking me to pay this tribute to the guys in Kittanning.
If ever you need any of my photos removed to make room for additional photos just let me know.
Kim (Rumbarger) Talboo
|Ruthi||82406926 John T Smail|
I wrote before about this. He's buried at Whitesburg, not Lawn Haven. Could you remove him please? I already have him at the correct cemetery.
Ruthi Smail Wolfe
Added by Ruthi on Aug 23, 2014 11:11 AM
|Jan Summers||Pansy Marie Keefe Hoffer|
Thank you for making the updates to her memorial. Best regards, Jan
|11thacrkia||Francis Craig Cleaver|
Hi Jim, Francis Craig Cleaver # 65872970 served in my unit in Vietnam. The burial cemetery is listed as "unknown". I have located the cemetery and confirmed that he was laid to rest there:
Oak Park Cemetery
Veterans Section, plot 88
I'll request a photo of the marker once you update his memorial page.
Regards - Allen - 11th ACR - Vietnam
|Patricia Witman Feaster||Additional info for Neil|
Sgt. Neil Ronald Hans
Born March 20, 1938 Died Nov. 1, 1965
Neil was born in Watsontown and graduated in 1956 from Turbotville High School. He enjoyed sports of all kinds.
Neil enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1957 and served two years in the reserves. He was a paratrooper with Company A, 1st Battalion, Special Troop, 12th Airborne, 1st Cavalry Division.
Neil was killed while on a mission when the truck in which he was riding hit a land mine.
Neil was awarded the Vietnamese Military Merit Award, Vietnamese Gallantry Cross with Palm and Purple Heart.
He was survived by his mother, father, brothers and sisters.
Neil was 27 years old and is remembered on panel 3E, line 12.
|D. Dent||Larry Dean Todd|
Thank you for adding Larry's parents to his memorial. I really appreciate it.
Larry was my half brother.
Added by D. Dent on May 19, 2014 4:13 PM
|Ruthi||John Thomas Smail|
My great Uncle is buried at Whitesburg Presby Cemetery. I already have his memorial there and just found that you have him at Lawn Haven. I an now working at adding his dad and mom to his page.
Added by Ruthi on May 04, 2014 1:31 PM
|D. Dent||Larry Todd|
Sorry. I forgot Larry's memorial number - 52127369.
Added by D. Dent on Apr 11, 2014 5:37 PM
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