|James Myers (#46934144)|
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My Name is James Rickey Myers, I am Doing Ancestry Research on the Myers, Nances, Merritts, Zincks, Sinks, Leonards, Kisers, Bates, sides of my family living around the Welcome, Lexington, and Winston-Salem areas or North Carolina and on my wife side of the family the Deckers, Fischers, and Davis, .If any one has information on them please e-mail me at email@example.com or you can leave a phone number or e-mail address. I will call to discuss any changes or additions. Along with ancestry research I have begun paying tribute to the people I have known and to fellow Officers in Law Enforcement, who need to be remembered. Please check out my Law Enforcement Vitual cemetery. Thank you for your help|
James Rick Myers
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Andre Dominick, Ann Parkinson, Barbara Lipford..., Becky Dean, Betsy Jones, Betty Myers, Betty Tompkins ..., BlackCloud, bncheek, Bob Nance, Bob Walls, Cathy Peacock, Chaun Owens-Mor..., Christopher Nan..., Colletta, Craig Thweatt, David Clay, David Oxford, Diana Gutowsky ..., Dominique Potie..., [View all Find A Grave Friends...]
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|Kari Olson||Officer Craig Birkholz|
Thanks for the wonderful page for Craig. His mother just moved to our area in central Wisconsin. There is another mother of a fallen policeman and myself who lost a son, but not a police officer. We will take her under our wings... and she will be our friend.
You wrote a very moving and wonderful memorial.
My sons is http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=64477332.
I love Find a Grave , its a great website.
|Bonnie Fortney- Wichita, Kansas||S.B. McLemore|
Please post his cemetery. It is: Evergreen Cemetery, Fort Scott, Kansas. Thanks.
Thanks for updating.
Thank you for providing the links for his parents. If he is one of your people, I'm glad to transfer. Just let me know.
Added by Merf on Feb 02, 2014 2:08 AM
|Rich Garrett||RE: NLEOMF|
Thanks for the information.
Sincerely Rich Garrett
|Rich Garrett||Sylvester Turpin|
I got the enclosed message on ancestry.com. I referred the sender to findagrave.com. I not sure this isn't a scam, so I am limited my contact to ancestry.co message. Thought you may be interested. Sinverely Rich Garrett
Today (22 Jan 2014) 8:48 PM GMT
I am the Research Manager at the National Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Fund. The Memorial honors law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty. On May 13, 2014, during National Police Week, we will honor more than 200 fallen officers whose names will be added to the Memorial. Deputy Patrolman SYLVESTER M TURPIN (DOD: 07/27/1914) of the Paris, Kentucky, P.D. will be among those honored. Are you a relative of this officer? If so, please contact me via email or at my phone number listed below. I look forward to hearing from you!
Memorial Programs Research Manager
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
901 E St, NW Suite 100
Washington, DC 20004-2025
Phone: 202.737.7136 Fax: 202.737.3405
National Police Week 2014
May 11th – 17th, 2014
26th Annual Candlelight Vigil
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
|D. Eick||Thank you!|
Thanks for the transfer!
Added by D. Eick on Jan 11, 2014 10:35 PM
|Anonymous||Caleb Embree Smith|
Christmas came early! I am sooo excited
Thank you! -Kathleen
|Anonymous||Caleb Embree Smith|
I would appreciate very much if you
would let me manage Caleb Embree Smith's
Memorial # 50297353.
He is in Avondale Cemetery in Flint, Mi.
Embree is my grandfather.
The volume of memorials you created
and manage have got to be overwelming
to keep up with during this time of year...
It would sure be nice to see
this one corrected and caught up.
|Shirley Butler||Walter Franklin Grainger|
Hello, I found Walter and his infant son as well as another older son when we were cleaning almost 2 weeks ago. He spelled his name Grainger instead of Granger. He was a Tarrant City policeman who was killed in the line of duty. If you will go to the last name spelled that way, you will find him, Walter, and Charlie. I am the President of the Fraternal Greenwood Foley Cemetery Preservation Society, and was working with a University of Alabama Professor to try and find his grave because the Tarrant city Historical Assoc. was looking for him and had been for years. The cemetery was so overgrown it was like a jungle, but we are making steady progress in cleaning it up.
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