|Elizabeth Reed (#46561848)|
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"Folks, SEARCH before you create and sponsor. Search HARD." -AJ
PGR member since Feb 2006
Please do not assume, 'of anytown, anystate' means birth city and state.
Full time Student, 4.0 (summers too) so I'm slower with edits than usual. I'm knocking out the oldest edit's/SAC's and transfers a few at a time, while trying to keep the newest ones updated, too. Thank you all for your patience. You guys are the best!
Please be respectful in understanding that not all suggestions are necessary. Chances are that I already know the info, but have chosen not to include it for various reasons.
Military ranks are included in the name title when the full rank is among the choices in the drop down menu. Example: Sgt 1st Class should not be listed as Sgt; 2nd Lt should not be listed as Lt., and so on. If the full rank name cannot be placed in the title (as I wish they could be) then the full rank will always be in bio section.
On the other hand, I will gladly accept any pertinent information you submit. (citing source)
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This is my 2nd request for you to edit 11769933 Melvin Baldwin.
He is NOT buried in the Wadena Cemetery. He is buried in Evergreen Hill cemetery in Staples, Minnesota. The address is 6 new north, lot 36 and I have a photo of his tombstone. I created 117386310 for him in Staples. Later I found that you had a memorial for him in Wadena. If you will do the edit to put him in the correct cemetery, I will add the tombstone photo and delete the memorial I created. Let me know when you have taken care of this.
Thanks much. Phyllis 47477875
Added by Phyllis on Aug 29, 2014 11:18 AM
|jcking||Cpl Ethan Jacob Martin|
I have two pictures of Ethan's marker but there isn't room on the page to add them. Is there someplace I can send them to you so you can work with them?
Added by jcking on Aug 26, 2014 10:32 PM
|Marjorie Joyner Gardiner||Contact|
Hi Elizabeth, will you please contact me by my email address.
Marjorie Joyner Gardiner
|Jean Avery Feaster||RE: Wrong grave photo|
Some time ago, you might remember, Find A Grave had an error and a bunch of pictures ended up on the wrong pages. this is the third of mine that has turned up. Thanks for letting me know.
|Marjorie Joyner Gardiner||Lily Long Harper Hall 133937790|
Elizabeth, Thank you so much for the transfer of
Lily Long Harper Hall. She and I are cousins and we did research together.
Marjorie Joyner Gardiner 20225748
|Marjorie Joyner Gardiner||Lily Long Harper Hall 133937790|
Would you please turn Lily over to me. She and I are cousins. Our Great Grandparents were brother and sister. I am really sad that she is gone. She was such a lovely person.
Marjorie Joyner Gardiner
|Sheila (Horn) Strickler||RE: Cameron J Stambaugh|
No problem, I was with Audrey Lerew yesterday amd she found it and thought it was very good, so we wanted you to have it.
|Sheila (Horn) Strickler||Cameron J Stambaugh|
Here is another obit if you care to add it to your listing of Cameron,
Family grieves Local soldier killed in action Cameron Stambaugh dies in Afghanistan
Mitchell Stambaugh knew the moment he saw the news. Six service members had been killed by a roadside bomb Sunday in eastern Afghanistan. None of the names had been released, but Mitchell knew. One of them was his 20-year-old-boy, Cameron Stambaugh. Since Cameron deployed in February, the Stambaughs' relationship had become a modern, military family one - Facebook, text messages and worry. Mitchell texted Cameron. "Please tell me you're OK." Cameron didn't respond. Sunday came and went. Mitchell Stambaugh worked night shift at P.H. Glatfelter. When he drove home, a silver SUV waited for him in the driveway. The somber faces of the uniformed men inside confirmed it. "I didn't want to believe it," Mitchell said, "but I knew." The soldiers' deaths were the worst one-day loss of life for Fort Bliss, Tex., soldiers since the 507th Maintenance Co. lost nine at the outset of the Iraq war in March 2003. Sunday was a violent day in Afghanistan. Roadside bombs killed seven American soldiers, 19 Afghan civilians and seven Afghan policemen. All six U.S. service members killed by the bomb that took Cameron Stambaugh's life were military police men. The family In Hanover, Pamela Smith, Cameron's mother, said she'd had a premonition. Smith said she saw it in a dream a month ago. In the dream she'd been sitting in a car. Cameron, who'd been in Afghanistan since February, opened the door and got in. He wore his uniform and a white shirt. "Mom, I'm in Salem," he said. She believes it's a biblical reference. "I knew something terrible was going to happen," she said. "I prayed for him." She was at work when a friend called her and gave her the news. "I know he's with God now," she said. Mitchell called Cameron's brother, Jeffrey Stambaugh, on Monday morning to tell him the news. The U.S. Army, in a paperwork snafu, didn't recognize that Jeffrey was Cameron's brother, Mitchell said. So Jeffrey went about business as usual while his family worked to bring home not only Cameron's body, but Jeffrey. Fort Hood public affairs did not respond to a request to contact Jeffrey. "He said he just lost his best friend," Mitchell said. The family will leave this morning to visit Dover Air Force Base in Dover, Del., to pick up Cameron's body. The death has split Mitchell in two. He is proud of his son's service. "He's a true hero," he said, his voice breaking. "He gave his all. He paid his all." But "I regret him being over there," he said. "Absolutely, we should not be there. It's senseless. The people over there just live to kill. They're probably celebrating." The pact Mitchell had been dreading the day for years. As boys, Cameron and Jeffrey made a pact to join the military. The Stambaughs were fighting men, Mitchell explained. Mitchell's father was a World War II veteran. But the gung-ho attitude came from Jeffrey, Cameron's younger brother by 10 months. "Jeffrey called the shots," Mitchell Stambaugh said. "Cameron was always more of a follower." He was quiet, but confident, Mitchell Stambaugh said. Inquisitive. "He could get into your head without saying a word," he said. The family hunted for deer and small game. On a hunting trip in Fairfield when he was 12 years old, Cameron shot his first deer. They fished from the family boat. Then the Army changed him, Mitchell said. He noticed when he saw the boy when he graduated from basic training. Cameron called him sir. But he was as inquisitive as ever. Cameron had been raised a staunch Lutheran, but while stationed at Fort Bliss, Tex., he went to the mosque. "He was studying Muslim," Mitchell said. The last time he saw Cameron alive was the day after New Year's, weeks before he was to ship out for Afghanistan. "I could tell he was scared," Mitchell said, "but he said he was ready to go. He was only a kid." Two weeks into his time in Afghanistan, Mitchell got word that Cameron had been wounded by shrapnel from an improvised explosive device. He feared for his son's life. Some of Cameron's friends died in the war. He told his father over text messages and Facebook. Every shred of bad news, "hit me like a kick in the gut," Mitchell said. Two weeks ago, the two were talking on Facebook. Mitchell asked his son how it was going. Not good. Two of his friends had left the base in Kandahar on an MRAP. You could hear the explosion at the base. The vehicle had been blown into three pieces. Cameron was the first to arrive at the scene. On Saturday, Cameron sent his father a picture on Facebook. In the photo, Cameron the boy had transformed. Muscles rippled across his chest and arms. Mitchell told his boy he was looking good. They said they loved one another. It was their last conversation. The El Paso Times contributed to this report. PIC: DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS - PAUL KUEHNEL Stepmother Jackie Stambaugh, left, and father Mitchell Stambaugh talk about Pfc. Cameron Stambaugh at their home in Jackson Township. Stambaugh was killed in Afghanistan Sunday. At right is a memorial tree with a yellow ribbon that had been tied before Cameron was killed. At the bottom is a bench Stambaugh made in shop class. See the father talk about his son in a video at ydr.com. PIC: DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS - PAUL KUEHNEL A memorial for Pfc. Cameron Stambaugh killed in Afghanistan on Sunday at his home in Jackson Township. PIC: DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS - PAUL KUEHNEL Chad Stambaugh of Richmond, Va., right, helps his father, Mitchell, push his brother Cameron's motorcycle to a memorial at his father's home in Jackson Township. Cameron was killed in Afghanistan on Sunday. PIC: DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS - PAUL KUEHNEL Brother Jeffrey Stambaugh, left, also in the Army, Mitchell Stambaugh and Pfc. Cameron Stambaugh, right, pose for a photo during Christmas. PIC: DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS - EILEEN JOYCE Chad Stambaugh of Richmond, Va., fights back tears as he talks about his brother, Cameron, at his father's home in Jackson Township Tuesday. PIC: DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS - PAUL KUEHNEL A memorial was created for Pfc. Cameron Stambaugh. PIC: DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS - PAUL KUEHNEL Army Pfc. Cameron Stambaugh in a 2010 Spring Grove Area High School photo. PIC: DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS - PAUL KUEHNEL Mitchell Stambaugh, father of Cameron Stambaugh, at his home in Jackson Township, talks about his son Army Pfc. Cameron Stambaugh, a Spring Grove Area High School graduate, who was killed Sunday in a bombing in Afghanistan.
Author: BILL LANDAUER
(c) 2012 York Daily Record.
|JANICE MCCREIGHT||RE: Eternal Rest - Estelle McNeir|
The person who notified me was under the impression that they were both cremated and they held the husbands ashes until they could be placed together in their plot in Monticello Memory Garden. Thank you for your help.
|JANICE MCCREIGHT||Eternal Rest - Estelle McNeir|
I received this message when I requested a headstone photo. Since you set up this memorial, I was wondering if you had any thoughts?
I found her husband is buried in Monticello Memorial Park (Memorial# 133258017), the office has a record and pointed me to the plot but there is no marker for him. They also have a record file for her but no burial info, the manager said he assumed that cremains were not buried yet. It appears that they have one plot and that her cremains were to be buried on top of his full burial.
There is no such place as Eternal Rest Memorial Gardens in Charlottesville or Albemarle county that I can find. I assume that the funeral home in NC put the wrong place in the obituary.
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