|James Myers (#46934144)|
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My Name is James Rickey Myers, I am Doing Ancestry Research on the Myers, Nances, Merritts, Zincks, Sinks, Leonards, Kisers, Bates, sides of my family living around the Welcome, Lexington, and Winston-Salem areas or North Carolina and on my wife side of the family the Deckers, Fischers, and Davis, .If any one has information on them please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can leave a phone number or e-mail address. I will call to discuss any changes or additions. Along with ancestry research I have begun paying tribute to the people I have known and to fellow Officers in Law Enforcement, who need to be remembered. Please check out my Law Enforcement Vitual cemetery. Thank you for your help|
James Rick Myers
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|AK||Find A Grave Memorial# 70524359|
St. Joseph Honey Creek Cemeteries in Comal county Texas consist of 3 different cemeteries. St. Joseph Honey Creek #1 is the oldest cemetery and is very small. Burials are from the late 1800's to the early 1900's. This marker is not in this cemetery - it would be in either St. Joseph Honey Creek #2 or #3 which is located off Hwy. 46. If you just type in Honey Creek Cemetery Comal county #1 is the only one that pops up. It is easy to get confused. There are no new burials in this cemetery so you might want to recheck which Honey Creek this person is buried in.
Added by AK on May 20, 2013 6:51 PM
|Brenda A. Darbyshire||Clifford Rouse|
I forgot to add he has been dead almost 3 years. Ample time.
|Brenda A. Darbyshire||Clifford Rouse|
Do you have an idea why this policeman has not marker on his grave. This is a shame and disgrace because I know for a fact there is a facebook page for him and the bikers had a run for him. Is this just lip service. How much more can you remember him by marking his grave.
|florida boy 64||3 Died in the Line of duty|
Could you please leave flowers for the 3 who Died in the of duty. Brinks guard Peter Paige 109756745 Waverly Brown 49564574 Ed O'grady 49564384 so there not forgotten thank you
|Ola Mae (Griffin) Trout||Tim Lowry|
Thanks for moving this memorial. Also thanks for all the good work you are doing on Find A Grave.
|florida boy 64||Steve Favela|
I sponsor Steve Favela he was a Honolulu police officer that was killed in the line of Duty protecting president Bush. Could you please leave a flower for him I would appericate it.
|Daniel Pletcher||Photo requests at Holy Cross Cemetery Detroit MI|
I noticed that you have one or more photo requests for people buried in Holy Cross cemetery in Detroit MI. There cemetery office has permanently closed, all of their records were sent to the Our Lady of Hope cemetery office. Please call them at (734) 285-2155 to get the plot location of your loved ones, this way find a grave volunteers in the area can accurately locate the stone.
|Nancy (Bartz) Zoromski||Richard H. Diamond|
Thank you for posting the information about Officer Richard H. Diamond, he was the nephew of my great, great grandfather and accidently shot in the head by his partner on his first day as a police officer in Detroit, MI 18 Aug 1917!
Because Richard had not taken his oath yet his wife and two children did not receive insurance!! There is a request for his headstone but I am wondering if he even has one as his widow could not afford it.
Nancy Zoromski of Oklahoma! Formerly Michigan :o)
|D.C.||Corp. Terry Johnson|
quad entries for Terry.
Added by D.C. on Mar 03, 2013 2:25 PM
|trisha vitellaro||thank you|
Thank you for putting archibald brown boutwell information on here. I am his great granddaughter. I actualy have the newspaper clipping of that event. My grandmother cut it out of the newspaper her name was Lillian B. boutwell Armstrong . Sincerely Trisha simmons Vitellaro
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