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Theron & Helen Smith (#46935364)
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Bio Photo We are Theron Lee & Helen Ann (Howery) Smith. The families we represent are Dettweiler, Smith, Andress, Cope, Thane & Vader on Theron's side. Howery, Stid, Marshall, Near, Seelye & Casterline on Helen's side.
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Sandra Moore
RE: Beckers

Thanks for letting me know. I evidently have the wrong information on this Howard Becker and will delete the memorial. His name was posted in the cemetery records and evidently there is a headstone but they were both still living at the time.

Sandra Moore
Added by Sandra Moore on Sep 13, 2014 11:04 PM
Sharon Fulton
RE: Joan Carey
That's great! I also submitted a couple of edits via the Edit tab for your review and approval. Thanks!
Added by Sharon Fulton on Sep 12, 2014 5:38 PM
Kathy Burr
Walter Smith
I would guess Margaret Otto Smith died in Blaine Co, ID...thanks for the info!!! :) k
Added by Kathy Burr on Aug 31, 2014 6:22 PM
RE: Edward Ewald
This one stumps me. The name does look familiar. I tried looking through my notes and my tons of emails to see if I sent a SAC to the creator of the memorial. Since it was done over a year ago, I couldn't find anything. I deleted my photo but I'm still confused. Thanks
Added by RAP on Aug 22, 2014 5:08 AM
RE: Edward Ewald
Thank you for bringing that to my attention. But what are the odds on two Edward R Ewald with the same year of birth and death being in the same cemetery? That's weird. I do notice that it reads husband of Laura. I will remove my photo and search for the other the next time I'm in the area. Thanks again.
Added by RAP on Aug 21, 2014 6:10 PM
Thank you for the transfer
Added by Lisa on Aug 18, 2014 11:07 AM
Beverly Joe Vaughn
RE: Navajo Code Talkers
Sounds like we think alike.
I have almost half native blood, Cherokee and Choctaw. Would love to be full blood.
I have a list of all the code talkers, when I get a bit I'll sort out the 29 and send'em to ya!!
Take care,
Added by Beverly Joe Vaughn on Aug 14, 2014 8:27 PM
Beverly Joe Vaughn
RE: Navajo Code Talkers
Have you read the book, Code Talker, written by Chester Nez with Judith Schiess Avila?
It's simply awesome. I'm just about finished reading it. There are things in there that I never knew. Makes one wonder at all the other things the government has under wraps that we'll never hear about!
I'm gonna try and find the locations of the graves of at least the original 29 code talkers.
Oh and the book has the Navajo code that the Navajo men developed from their language.
Simply amazing... all they did for this country and they weren't even allowed to vote until 1948... AFTER they'd already served in WWI AND then on top of all that, everyone of them went all those years and did the NEXT thing they were asked to do by THEIR government... they didn't tell a soul. SIMPLY AMAZING! I apologize if I sound as though I'm on a rant, but knowing the way Native American Indians have been treated all these years, just sad.
Anyway, thanks for all the awesome work you've done on the site. Wonderful site and awesome 'family' of folks as members. Glad to 'meet' you!! ~:}
Added by Beverly Joe Vaughn on Aug 14, 2014 6:41 PM
Beverly Joe Vaughn
Navajo Code Talkers
I just found your memorial for the Navajo code talkers. Awesome. I'm reading a book about them from the words of Charlie Nez. So many sad things in it but the spirit of these awesome men simply shines from the pages.
Do you have info on where the first 29 are buried?
I've found a few on Find A Grave but not all.
Thanks so much, Bev ~:}
Added by Beverly Joe Vaughn on Aug 13, 2014 9:56 PM
Angela Owens Jando
Mr. Cascarelli
Thank you so very much for the transfer of Mr. Cascarelli. I look forward to adding a lot to it. I really appreciate this and I appreciate all that you do for Find A Grave!

Added by Angela Owens Jando on Aug 08, 2014 4:35 PM
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