|Tim Cook (#46481904)|
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I have been researching some of the 36,000 + Army Air Forces personnel who died in the line of duty, of non-combat causes during the World War II era in service-related accidents. It is said that more|
than 15,500 Army airmen were killed in airplane accidents between 1941 and 1946, within the borders of the U.S. and it's territories. They gave their all and died in the service of their country, but received no purple hearts and virtually no mention in the history books and have largely been forgotten by time.
For corrections, additions, or requests for transfer of memorial, please use the Edit tab, and select Suggest a Correction or Provide Additional Information to make any update requests. It is much easier to handle the issue this way, rather than a personal message.
I am happy to update any memorial, including family links. But I DO NOT like adding census information, copies of death certificates and please do not add long obituaries to the "photo" area. The information can be condensed and pasted into the bio area. If you don't have the time to type out the obituary, just email it to me. I will add it and give you credit for finding it.
I appreciate any information that can "round out" someone's bio.
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|Phil & Beth Hutson||RE: PFC Wayne Eugene Adams|
You are welcome
He in Visalia Cem
|Historian||SSgt. Sherwood Taylor|
Just a note: SSgt. Taylor, according to his family Application for Headstone or Marker, OQMG Form 623, 1947-8, he was interred in Birchlawn Burial Park, Pearisburg, Giles County, Virginia. Notes on file on ancestry.com. His mother, Nancy, was interred there in 1949.
Best to you.
|Marlene Chaney||Woodward Gravestone photos|
Thank you, Tim, for posting the Woodward family gravestone photos at Kadoka Calvary-Fairview Cemetery.
Thank you so much for the photo of my grandmother. She was killed when my mother was 8 when a load of logs fell on her and her unborn child. I think I was named after her as her middle name is Caroline. Your photo means quite a lot to me. Carol Otto
Added by cro on Oct 15, 2016 11:32 AM
|raoul ||Lt. Grover C. Hodge Jr.|
Thanks Tim. Excellent work and a great example of what Find A Grave can be to preserve the lives of those who sacrificed the ultimate for America's future generations.
Added by raoul on Oct 13, 2016 1:47 AM
|Phil & Beth Hutson||PFC Wayne Eugene Adams|
He will not be forgotten!!!!
|Gail and Scott Hannah||Edit|
Thank you for accepting edit. And for being such a great volunteer.gail
|Denali Rose||RE: Arthur T. Barnette|
Hi Tim; not sure why you wrote to me; I am working on the Reformed Church Graveyard in Greencastle, PA; yes, there is a Marian PA; but i am not familiar with it. Jack
|Henry Webber||RE: Memorial# 19434553|
The following information is from cemetery records. You don't have to change the name if you don't want to. That will be no problem.
Cook J.M. (Jesse Madison) 1 4C 29 8/31/1842 10/8/1914
The new marker that I added in for the person buried in Block 1, Row 4C, Grave 29.
It's up to you what you would like to do.
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