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Laura Phillips (#47011310)
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Bio Photo I started using Findagrave for my genealogy research and am now adding the veterans who have passed away from the obituaries in my hometown newspaper.

I am also involved in helping the people in the Netherlands find information about the US soldiers they have adopted who are buried in Margraten Cemetery.

I live in Florida, originally from Pennsville, NJ. My families are Zimmerman, Brandriff, Earl, Harris and Abel all from the Cumberland County area of New Jersey.
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Sue Katherine Barlow Pace
Another Child
On the Obituary information for William Hamilton Adams, there is a child named Ned Adams, He had a twin brother named Ted Adams who also died as an infant, I have their certificates. Please add his name to the listing of the children of William and his wife Delia Clarise Adams. William and Delia's son Royale Roy Adams is my Grandfather. Of course he died before I was born in 1935 so I never met him.
Added by Sue Katherine Barlow Pace on May 18, 2015 7:15 PM
William Stark
George Emmons
Memorial #40890971 states that George was in Battery B, 1st Ohio Light Artillery however he is not listed in the Official Roster of Ohio Soldiers. Where di you get your information?
Added by William Stark on May 12, 2015 11:19 PM
Bob & Nancy Cannon
Elizabeth A. Allen Lemons
We've asked the other contributor to unlink since his is the "cenotaph". In the meantime, we have them both linked.
Added by Bob & Nancy Cannon on May 11, 2015 3:16 PM
Bob & Nancy Cannon
Elizabeth Lemons
Edit was declined because already linked.
Added by Bob & Nancy Cannon on May 11, 2015 1:23 PM
jan de Wilde
Lt. John W. Herb #56299699
Dear Mrs. phillips,

Would like to ask you,if you please would be so kind to remove the photo of Lt. John w. Herb,that you added.
Reason for asking,is that the phot is missing the lowerhalf,and I will place with permission of the 359th FGA the complete photo.

Added by jan de Wilde on May 11, 2015 6:47 AM
kevin curnutte
RE: Edwin Slimmer #42625201
youre welcome and that pic has been deleted.
Added by kevin curnutte on May 04, 2015 3:10 PM
Karen Mickel Bennett
Arne Knut Hoisholt
Thank you for pointing this duplicate out. Since Arne was a part of my family and I have all of the information regarding his life, college years, a photo, his parents and his wife's families on his site, I am not going to delete my memorial. I did not know about the War Graves memorials when I did this. They have no information on him, in fact, they don't even have his birth date. For future generations of my family and Arne's family, my memorial gives valuable information, whereas, the War Graves gives no information whatsoever. I feel my memorial for Arne is much more important than the one you mentioned. Thank you for making me aware of the War Graves group, I appreciate what they are doing, however, when a family member makes a memorial this should not be considered a duplicate when so much information is included.
Added by Karen Mickel Bennett on May 03, 2015 4:09 PM
alixromanov
Thank you for posting Hannah Wright
Dear Mrs. Laura,

Thank you for putting the lovely Iris on my Aunt Hannah Hand Wright’s grave. My husband, Wooduff (Bud) Hand, Jr. said that his grandmother, Loretta Whilden Hand’s sister, Bessie, lived in Pennsville, NJ.

Good luck on finding the U.S Soldiers in the Netherlands. This is such a kind thing for you to do for those who are unable.

May God bless you in your efforts.

Best regards,
Alix

Added by alixromanov on Apr 15, 2015 5:18 PM
13th Generation Fairbanks in America
RE: Mr. De Christie
I added his middle name of Philip and the spelling in the first paragraph. This was the way the obit appeared in the paper. Thanks.
Added by 13th Generation Fairbanks... on Mar 26, 2015 5:42 PM
13th Generation Fairbanks in America
Mr. De Christie
I made the change to Mr. De Christie. Names such as these are often spelled both ways, with and without a space. Thanks for pointing it out to me. You can go ahead and delete your entry. Warm regards.
Added by 13th Generation Fairbanks... on Mar 26, 2015 3:10 PM
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