|Don Justin, CWO USN (Retired) (#46626219)|
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I was born and raised in Michigan. Retired U.S. Naval Officer (1969-1991) and retired federal civil service (Dept. of Navy) Director of Public Safety (NCBC Gulfport, 1992-2003). A widower, I lived aboard a classic 1919 52' Trumpy wood motor-yacht that I restored and lived on in Key West, Florida. Lost her to Hurricane Sandy and now I'm back ashore in Pensacola, Florida.|
"Sailors know that the sea is dangerous, the storms and war's terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore".
The Justin Clan (my Faternal Branch) arrived in New England circa 1630. Migrating through Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont and into the Mohawk Valley of New York circa 1790. The extended Justin Clan migrated to St. Clair County, Michigan circa 1840 and spread into Sanilac, Lapeer, Midland, Gladwin & Saginaw counties.
The McGee Clan (my Maternal Branch), the MaGee and McCullar families emigrated from Island Maghee, County Antrim in what is now Northern Ireland in 1770 on the ship Hopewell out of Belfast, Ireland to Savannah, Georgia Colony. The extended MaGee - McCullar Clans migrated east from Burke County Georgia to Franklin County Tennessee circa 1807. The McGee Clan pushed west into the new Missouri Terrority, and settled in what is now Jefferson County, Missouri.
I am responsible for any and all mistakes in this file. Please leave me a note or comment if you discover an error or wish to add information.
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|Judith D||Charles and May Justin|
I have transferred their memorials to you as you are probably family. Thank you for your service to our country! My nephew is career Navy, currently in Japan, so I am aware of the sacrifices involved.
Added by Judith D on Nov 14, 2013 12:17 PM
Leona A. Mathis, who has the memorials for Charles, Adelia (Hill) and Oscar Justin has been declared inactive. I have asked for a transfer to me mainly because I would connect them and add some information. I hadn't noticed your Justin Memorials. If you would want the transfer it would be fine with me. Or maybe you're in contact with another Justin who might.
Adelia is the daughter of Ira and Adaline (Kimpton) Hill and Granddaughter of John and Sarah (Burton) Kimpton, my ancestors. I haven't heard from Find a Grave yet.
|B. C. B. : :=)||Justin|
Thank you for the information.
I have passed some of it on to the maintainer of another Justin.
Your sharing of information is of great help.
Thank you for the information on Louis Rivers, Frederick Rivers, Frederick Rivers, Gilbert Purvis. I got up this morning and straightened all of them out. I knew there was a problem with the Louis "Lewis" Rivers but did not know exactly what. I knew about the memorial in Charleston but thought it was a different person. I moved the dates of Frederick to the right one and the links. I still don't know who the other Frederick is. Sometimes it takes more than one head to figure things out. Once again thank you for your contribution. I added your information and put that it came from you. Take a look and see if you see any mistakes.
Added by Julious on Oct 21, 2013 7:43 AM
I transfered memorial seems like it could be a relative to you. Am still entering in that cemetery so if you see more that I enter that is of interest just let me know.
Added by Mare on Oct 14, 2013 6:46 AM
|j wyke||James O.McClintock|
Good Morning Don;
On the elusive
James McClintock ,f.a.g.117034622
found 2nd wife,she is linked to him,
Claude, Clarence, two sons also linked to him.
Check out the death certificates that are posted up interesting.
We are getting closer.
E.Rush female is listed on marriage.
Hope you can help find this James McClintock a way home to his parents.
I bid you a good afternoon;
Judy in Mi.
Added by j wyke on Oct 13, 2013 9:10 AM
|gazelle||New Orleans' Justins|
Thanks for the additional info about Rene, Marie and Louis - I've updated the records now to reflect your info.
Added by gazelle on Oct 11, 2013 6:06 PM
|j wyke||help with this McClintock|
Good morning Don;
thanks for the koodoos : )
You know the soldiers motto
" LEAVE NO MAN BEHIND"
I keep runnning across this McClintock in research,so I put him up. It is his cause of death that is so sad.All info I have found on him is on his memorial page.Could you please root around and see where his parents are ?? I must be missing something,took the liberty of placing the McClintock coat of arms up for him.Poor, poor man.
JAMES OLIVER McCLINTOCK
hope to recieve your message
Judy in MI.
Added by j wyke on Sep 15, 2013 8:09 AM
|j wyke||Possible cousins of yours|
Good evening Don;
RE;Charlotte Pake McClintock f.a.g.#110800192
she has been popular in the last 7 days.
I have found her husband,Urias Peak he is now linked to her(Cival War soldier).
Also here are some find a grave members that are your possible couins.
Janet M f.a.g.member#47573903 she has the Pakes'/Peaks here.
Ross Pake f.a.g.member #48223171 has a data base on all,Ross is new here on find a grave.Also check out my profile page,his was the last message.
Added by j wyke on Sep 12, 2013 5:03 PM
|B. Boman||RE: Bowman/Boman of Gladwin|
Thanks Don, and yes I would be very interested in the photos if would email them to me and the other things Bowmanville.
Added by B. Boman on Sep 08, 2013 8:07 PM
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