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Tombstone tourist, taphophile, cemetery enthusiast, genealogist, graver. I am a United States Army Female Veteran born to a German-Danish-Irish-Czechoslovakian-American father and East German mother. |
Please stop by my mom's page, Ingrid Koss, to leave a flower, she loved the color purple. Mom is the only person listed on Findagrave with the last/maiden name of Bläwert.
Each generation of my family has had a member who served in the military. Having served in the military myself, I have a soft spot for all who did as well. Please leave a note for Captain Neil Stanley Bynum. I wore his MIA bracelet until it broke into pieces. If you manage a veteran's memorial page please remember to thank him/her.
With the new records on FamilySearch, you can now review a person's address history and phone records. Out of respect for the living, I will not add names of living family members born after 1930 to the pages I create. If a contributor wishes to remain anonymous, I suggest they not add their name to their relative's pages either.
Please do not post photos or obituaries from newspapers/funeral homes to the pages I have created. If you would not leave the obit at the gravesite, don't post it here either.
Do not be offended if you see your message has been deleted. I found it much easier to search my messages if I email them to myself and search my inbox.
The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living. - Marcus Tullius Cicero
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|Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey||Burt Moneghan, Lindsey, OH|
Take a look at his grave stone. I've submitted a correction for it to be Moneghan (currently filed under Monaghan. Do you think he could be John and Mary's son?
Trust all is well.
|Patty C||Jordan Winkler 90499605|
Admin did a merger on him to a Burial Unknown, but did not update the cemetery.
If you know where you took your gravestone photo, we could send a Suggest a Correction to update the cemetery.
Added by Patty C on Dec 08, 2013 11:36 AM
|Patricia Maher||Military family members|
First of all, I like your nickname. One of my son's nickname is that also. Because of hair coloring when he was younger; not red anymore; sort of mixed black and white.
As to military family members. Also, in my family, there have been many members of all the branches. My husband was in Korea from around 1951 to 1953, in the Army Infantry. Oldest son retired from the Marines (20 years) in 1994; next son retired from the Navy (after 29 years) in 2009; next son was in the Navy for two plus years. Two sons-in-law in Army and Navy, as well as grandson and his wife. I could go on and on about all the men and women who have, or are still connected with one of the branches, but that would take up your entire profile page, and make your eyes get crossed before you were done reading. Thank you for serving your country too.
|Ken Ellis||Clarence Wright|
When I made this memorial, I thought it was a relative. I have since found out that it is not, even though he was born the same year as my relative. Sorry, I do not know where his wife is buried.
|anna hayes||Greenwood Cem - C. Uraneck|
No other cemetery in Weatherford, OK.
I noticed that the memorial says he died in Washita county. This county is a few miles south of Weatherford. Possibly buried there.
|Janet Davis||Samuel Presley|
Thanks for the additional info, Red. How are you doing?
|Dave T||RE: Carl Uraneck|
He may be there but there is not a record... happens all the time.
Added by Dave T on Dec 04, 2013 7:40 PM
Thank you for transferring the Howard Vaughn memorial. I appreciate all you have done on Find A Grave, and thank you for your service to our country.
|Janet Knepper||Charles & Marguerite Baker|
Happy to help! Don't ya' just LOVE Find A Grave?
|Cathy Sexton||RE: Clayton Rhodes|
You're so very welcome! Glad I could be of service. Feel free to let me know if I can help you further in the Lorain County, Ohio area.
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