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|Anonymous||Laurel Land Memorial Park|
Thank you for your note and information, which was certainly correct, as this was received today:
The burial location for Emma L. Ray is Space 8 Lot 132 Section 63.
|Lisacul Rosie||St Coman|
The memorials detailed are all pre 1912 burials which is when Roscommon, St Coman's Cemetery was opened. The cemetery for the town pre 1912 was http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2489628&CScn=st+coman&
|Lisacul Rosie||St Coman|
Time these were put in the right cemetery. Your fellow objector at the time has sneaked hers back in of her own volition.
|Karan Callaway||Aunt Mae Murray transfer|
What a nice surprise! Thanks so much for the gesture. Mae was everybody's favorite aunt.. :) Have a wonderful day!
|howard e. mumm||Forrest A Lee|
I appreciate the correct information you listed regarding Lt Forrest A Lee in Dallas. He was the navigator on my uncles B-29 crew and they were KIA on May 28, 1945 while on a mining mission over and through Shimonoseki Straits. your information is pretty accurate, which is highly unusual for B-29 missions, the planes simply did not return to Tinian, and it took years for us to find what actually happened....If you are interested, I have researched this crew and their final mission for years, and would forward you some information about all 13 guy son the crew....usually there are only 11 guys, but this crew lost its original Radio Operator during a training accident in 1944, and the Right Gunner developed battle Fatigue, and a replacement gunner was on the plane when it was shot down by the IJN ...so I consider there to have been 13 crew members...email@example.com
|bright eyes||Irene Adams|
Thank you for the wonderful photos of the graves of Irene and Miller "Monk" Adams. They were dear, dear family friends. We miss each of them still, even though they have been gone for almost 60 years. Blessings to you and your family for your many kindnesses to those of us who have requested photos. Thank you again. Bright Eyes
|Reynolds Ansley||Fred Miller Edwards|
Laural Land Lot 50, Sec 145, Space 3. Thanks for your help
|sem||Willie (Billie) Jewel Murdoch Carr|
Just spoke with Laurel Land and my aunt is in the cemetery. Sec E-1, tier a, crypt S-15 & S-16. She is in one of the crypts and her husband, Alfred L Carr, is in the other. Hope you can now get photos for me. S. Murdoch
Added by sem on Jun 09, 2014 11:50 AM
|sem||Willie Jewel Murdoch Carr|
According to record I possess my aunt is located Sec 047, crypt A, Mausoleum E-1., Tier S-15
in Laurel Land. Would really appreciate your help to verify or disprove this info. Thank you,
S Murdoch-South Carolina
Added by sem on Jun 08, 2014 7:50 AM
|Marcie McRae Wolford/Carl R. Wolford, Jr.||Edgar Elbert Albright|
Thank you so much for the transfer; you will never know how much this means to me.
Marcie McRae Wolford
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