|Tom Reece (#46857744)|
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I'm addicted to Genealogy so my wife says. I've been doing it for about fifteen years. Taking pictures of all the kin I never got to meet. We were told we were the last of the Reece's "NOT"!! I started out with about ten names and have over six thousand five hundred. I'm really glad there are people who will help you with your research. FindAGrave is another tool for newcomers to Genealogy and Veterans. If you find any errors or would like for us to correct the info that was supplied to us please use the edit tab then the suggest a correction (SAC) bar. |
My brother Jim & Rosa King and I are currently working on all the NC Vietnam KIA/MIA's Grave sites. After 8 years of searching, we've located all of the resting places for these brave men & women who paid the ultimate price, over 1900 of them. This doesn't mean we are idle. Now we are looking for their photos. The search for all Vietnam KIA/MIA's goes on.
You can try me at firstname.lastname@example.org if the Yahoo doesn't work
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|Freddie Hargett||Julian Mattocks Cemetery, Onslow County, North Carolina|
Do you have a picture of the cemetery and the headstones? Thanks email@example.com
Tom. Thanks so much for volunteering your time to take my photo requests! Pam
|Bernard Johnson||RE: Hubbard|
I just don't understand unmarked graves, especially in his case. When you can have a marker at no cost, I'd rather that than none. He deserves better recognition and remembrance is my way of thinking.
|Bernard Johnson||RE: Hubbard|
I don't see any comment I left for a Denis McDonough. Can you explain yourself more?
Thanks for the photo!
|Todd Barnes||pre - need|
you need to remove Charles Leon Furr # 27080182
and Ermel Lee M. Furr # 27080173 these are pre-need stones thanks
I meant to say I will be going home next nth. Typo!!
I will be noun home to Hertford next mth. My grandmom has a military pic of him. I will try to take a pic of it with my phone and will be hapoy to provide it for you. Thanks for your respinse. Be blessed.
|Chocolate||helping a friend find a solider who saved his life|
Dominick DeFilippo served in World War 2 The Battle of the Bulge in 1945 70th Division 370 5th infantry. He joined Jan 1945 and was wounded at age 18 march 16,1945. He was in Kenny General hospital in Memphis Tennessee for 1 yr. The hospital staff gave him the nickname "Miracle Boy",because of his injuries. Mr. DeFilippo has never found out the solider who saved his life in this battle. Tom Reece if you can find out anything regarding this,it would be appreciated. i know this might be a long shot,but, Mr Dominick is so determined to get answers,and maybe one day thank this young man who saved his life. Thank you for any help that you may find. God bless you and keep doing what you do. you helped a friend of mine find my uncle Mason Nixon grave site and info who served in the Vietnam War. So,thank you for that,also.
|John "J-Cat" Griffith||Stanley William Behm bio|
Hello Tom, thank you for your meassage wirh the middle name for Viet Nam vet Stanley William Behm, plus adding a person photo of he. I have updated this info plus added some info to his memorial. To view, link is below and best always,
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