|Mikel||RE: Lt. Henry W. Coffee|
Thank you for your kind offer. I wonder if it is possible to get a better quality scan of his picture?
Added by Mikel on May 22, 2014 9:51 AM
Where did you find the newspaper clipping about Lt. Coffee? I've been heavily researching the 284th Engr. C. Bn and that is the first I've seen that!
Do you have other information about them? You can reach me via the website, simply hit the contact page:
Added by Mikel on May 21, 2014 10:48 AM
|Laric7||Reuben C. Rock|
Can you please transfer me this Legend He is very Famous in Claysburg Pa. it would mean alot to me
Thanks for reading,
Larry M. Claar
Added by Laric7 on Apr 26, 2014 5:26 PM
i`ve updated a grave you also photographed earlier.
Kind regards: Mitch
Added by Mitch_B on Apr 20, 2014 5:40 AM
|klassikat||RE: Ferris R. Lind|
Hi Astrid, Thank you for letting me know where it came from and for the offer to send it to me. But no need to do so. I'm divorced from the family but I had heard the story of his death while married to his relatives. Very sad. Best regards.
Hello, I am wondering where you got the photo of Mr. Lind. He is a distant relative by marriage. Thank you very much.
|Ian Macaulay||Thank you for the photo|
The stone for Rev J Macaulay Belgium, very much appreciated, thank you
Great photo, very much appreciated, thank you very much,
Added by Bobancre on Feb 17, 2014 9:03 AM
|okieskater||PFC Dale E Rantz|
Thank you for posting the newspaper obit. I really appreciate your kindness.
|Kristi Houston||Calvin C Rowland|
You left me a message asking about John R Rowlands son being buried at Fudges Chapel UMC. I honestly don't think he is because our youth group has been logging graves there. I will check with his sister, Mildred, who happens to be our church historian, too.
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