|Bill Paschal (#46510303)|
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I was born in Cambridge, Mass, 9/14/1948. Had an older sister who I never got to meet, premie. Had a younger brother and sister, both have since died and are entered here on FAG. Mom & Dad have been gone for some time, they're here too. Graduated from Rockland, Ma. High school in 1966. Joined the Army right away (5 July 66) trained as a lab tech and Medic. First permanent duty station was the 3rd Field Hospital in Saigon. From there went to Germany. Served primarily overseas, 1 year in Vietnam, about 12 years in Germany, 1 year in Korea. Retired as an SFC (E7) in 1988. Married twice,first to a German gal, we're still friendly, 2d time, so far, for 36 years. Four kids from both marriages, 1 grandchild (20y) from the first and 6 (2-10y)from the second. After retiring I attended and graduated from Tampa, Fl college with an Assoc. degree. Since "retirement" have worked as a Medical Asst, Lab tech & phlebotomist, X-ray tech & currently doing medical billing as well as managing a couple of clinics. (This feels like a resume'). Have been doing genealogy for about 25 years and have a good size collection of info and can prove to 11 generations on my Mom's side. I enjoy putting my feet on the ground and doing research, including cemetery "stomping" and will help whenever I can to locate grave sites and stones.|
UPDATE: Have finally "permanently retired". Now I am ready to spend more time stomping cemeteries. Unfortunately, living here in Maine this activity is seasonal, but when the weather is decent and the ground is not snow covered, I will be able to fulfill requests and add more cemeteries to FAG.
Anyone wishing to use my pictures for noncommercial uses may do so, please give appropriate credit. Many pictures that I have taken are of persons to whom I am NOT related. I take pictures of cemeteries and markers to ensure their preservation. If you are related and I am not and would like transfers, just ask.
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|Charleen Mullenweg||The two Abraham Parmalees|
I've connected them now - thanks for the suggestion! - Charleen
Thank you for your suggestions. However, I am confused.
Your SAC for Miles Norton follows:
"Tomkat, please note that you have duplicated this memorial, see 74236656"
This memorial number, 74236656, comes back to the memorial for a Theodore Parmele, the subject of your other suggestion to link Lt. Parmelee to his father, not a Miles Norton.
Your SAC for Lt. Parmelee follows:
"please link Theodore with his dad, 74236656, thanks"
Please note that this number is the same as in the other SAC and, in effect, asks me to link Theodore to himself. Could you please clarify.
Added by TomKat on Dec 09, 2013 1:44 PM
|Dave||RE: Bio picture|
Sure theirs a good story that goes with it I found it on the net it's one of my favorite pics
Added by Dave on Dec 03, 2013 3:20 PM
|Dave||RE: Herbert W Prentice|
Not a problem, I already have the 325+ panels photographed.
Added by Dave on Dec 03, 2013 1:52 PM
|Terry Goodwin||RE: Clarinda Kasson Prentice|
You're quite welcome, glad to be of help. Happy holidays to you and yours, as well.
|Ms. Clyde||Rita Vieira|
Thanks for straightening me out on the Vieira's. I try to be as accurate as possible, but as I age, I am surprised sometimes at my mistakes.
|Ms. Clyde||Sheila Vaccaro|
Sorry for your trouble; I will move her to burial unknown.
|Ms. Clyde||RE: Janet Materese|
I just leave them as 'unknown'. On occasion, I have folks that take photos and do a wide search, and will tell me where these folks are, so I can place them. That's all I know to do.
|Ms. Clyde||Janet Materese|
I just went ahead and moved her to 'burial unknown'. Her obit doesn't state, so I don't know if someone told me she was with her husband, or I just assumed. Thanks for letting me know.
|Michael Malone||Nathanial Carpenter|
Greetings !! I've just added pictures to your Mary A CHASE CARPENTER and Flora CARPENTER. You have Mary A married to Nathanial CARPENTER which is correct, but, I think you have her married to Nathaniel W CARPENTER's father or older relative as you show his grave with him dying Nathaniel Carpenter (1771 - 1829)Mary herself was born in 1861. Just a friendly reminder.
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