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Robert Brent McKinnon (#47301499)
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Bio Photo Family History has been with me all of my life, but with my calling in 2009 to be a Family History Consultant, miracles began to happen! I had what I call the 'all my Family History work has been done'-syndrome for a long time, but I've learned I was wrong. In fact, I've managed to find several relations that others had missed.I owe a lot to the pioneers that settled Randolph and Woodruff, and Rich County, Utah. Their examples of strength, courage, and faith sustain me! One of my goals with is to memorialize all of them to whom I am related. So far, I've created 140 memorials, with more to come.
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Loyal Limb
RE: Give Jesse My Thanks
Thanks Robert, What a cool Blog! I will be spending a lot of time reading Twila's stories. Another one of of my relatives, Albert Osborne, served in WWII. We knew he was a sergeant but didn't know what branch until I read one of the articles he was mentioned in. He lived in CA and died in 1986. Thanks again! I will pass along your thanks to my dad and I extend mine to you for your dad's service. Theirs is truly a generation of heroes who's ranks are thinning far to quickly. Thanks for your work keeping their memory alive.

Added by Loyal Limb on May 18, 2015 7:35 AM
Loyal Limb
Jess & Theo Limb
Jesse is my father. He is still living and is 95 years old. Theo is his brother who died in 2006. Please send me a link to your blog.

Added by Loyal Limb on May 17, 2015 10:10 PM
Loyal Limb
RE: URL for the Obituary on UDN site
Thanks Robert. I hadn't thought to look for an obituary. I have read many stories about my ancestors in the Rich County Reaper. Edwin is my Great Grandfather my grandmother(Sarah Pope Limb) is his oldest daughter. I've heard my father use the McKinnon name in stories. I think he worked for a McKinnion before WWII. Are you related? Thanks again.
Added by Loyal Limb on Apr 25, 2015 5:04 PM
Byron McKinnon
hello!! I would love a copy of the wedding announcement!!please email it to Thank you!!!
Added by StaciLynn on Apr 18, 2015 10:51 AM
Gary Mowrey
RE: Oops, wrong Thiel
No problem! Thank for trying.
Gary Mowrey
Added by Gary Mowrey on Apr 12, 2015 3:09 PM
Gary Mowrey
RE: Thiel Linford Wamsley 1918-1968
Hello Robert,
I have two photos of the Flying Jenny Crew as well. I donít know if you have the same ones. You are welcome to the ones I have if you want to give me your email address.
CREW: , Lieutenant, Lawrence B Hoveland, Pilot, Killed In Action; Lieutenant, Stanley A Kusy, Co-Pilot, Killed In Action; Lieutenant, William E Johnston, Navigator, Killed In Action; Lieutenant, David S Williams, Bombardier, Prisoner Of War; Tech Sergeant, Stanley Williams, Radio Operator/Gunner, Prisoner Of War; Sergeant, Carl L Denny, Tech Top Turret Gunner, Killed In Action; Staff Sergeant, Stanley F Manista, Ball Turret Gunner, Prisoner Of War; Staff Sergeant, Joseph W Blanton, Right Waist Gunner, Prisoner Of War Oman, Andrew J, Staff Sergeant, Left Waist Gunner, Prisoner Of War; Staff Sergeant, Thiel Wamsley, Tail Gunner, Prisoner Of War.

Thiel Linford Wamsley is my 2nd cousin 2xremoved.
Birth: 5 Nov 1918 in Garden City, Rich, Utah, USA
Death: 10 Aug 1968 in St. Charles, Bear Lake, Idaho, USA

Details of the crash 11.15hr to return from a mission to Kassel, above Baelen, a village at the entrance of Belgium, B17 was shot down by the Uffz Gerd Wiegand (8 / jg 26) FW 190, Lt Kusy parachutes but falls in electrical and dies in the place of the monument. The pilot Lt Hoveland, Lt Johnston browser, Sgt. Denis engineer are also killed. Lt D Williams bomber, Sgt. S Williams Radio, and Machine Gun Manista, Blanton, Oman, Wamsley are POW.
(I am still trying to identify who is who in this photo. Gary Mowrey)

The other photo I have only has: Second Lieutenant, William Eugene Johnston, Navigator, identified.
I donít know who the others are in the photo.

Let me know what you would like to do.
Good Luck in your research.
Gary Mowrey
Added by Gary Mowrey on Apr 05, 2015 9:28 AM
Cemetery Walker
RE: Thank You
You are welcome. I am glad I could help. I always like to pass along information I come across in case somebody doesn't have it.
Added by Cemetery Walker on Mar 06, 2015 10:14 AM
corey howard
Frederick Leland Morgan
I have an ancestor whose life intersects with Frederick Leland's. Would you consider communicating with me ? My email address is
Added by corey howard on Mar 03, 2015 9:39 AM
Big Mac
RE: Joseph Edward McKinnon
Robert, I am the great great grandson of Archibald McKinnon Sr. Joseph Edward had 4 siblings. My uncle and I will be placing a headstone or grave marker on his grave site in Evanston this summer. please contact me by private message and I will fill in the rest of the details.
Added by Big Mac on Mar 01, 2015 7:52 PM
Big Mac
Joseph Edward McKinnon
I have some additions and corrections for this memorial. If possible, could you transfer it to me. He is my uncle. Thank You
Added by Big Mac on Mar 01, 2015 6:45 PM
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