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dan smith (#47050984)
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Bio Photo i am residing in huntington beach california,retired after twenty five years , working in the data processing field.in my younger life, i was a marine just four days after high school graduation,into vietnam, three tours as a combat marine.in that time i was accessed with a top secret clearance due to a intelligence gathering marine-long recon sniper,i meant some six marine corps generals and talked with, shook their hands,i knew then that they were "not just your ordinary person", they were exceptional, some of them pulled away from light duty and thrown right into a hot battle zone and most with serious wounds, so,i just like to help you gravers and add a life to these people.i am addicted to this sight as lots of my ancestors on my moms side of the family have been found via cope in, barren county ky, cumberland gap ky, virginia to the revolutionary war hero,colonel james skaggs.also,i love looking at the cemeteries in france from ww1 and ww2
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David McInturff
Gen Clark Louis Ruffner
Can you please delete your photo of the general and repost it as a person photo, rather than a grave photo, so that it stays at the top of the memorial page? Thanks.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=22552692
Added by David McInturff on Oct 05, 2012 11:18 AM
Sue Hunter-Chapman
John "Steven" Hunter
Dear Dan..

Thank you so much for contributing the photo of Steven.. I am (Sue) his "former" wife.. He passed away while we were married..

I am unable to scan photos, so I greatly appreciate the photo..

Peace to you, one of his brothers in arms..

With much respect,

Sue Hunter Chapman
(Sahunter_62@hotmail.com)
Added by Sue Hunter-Chapman on Apr 30, 2012 1:32 PM
KEW
Sue Scott
Thanks for the info.....
Added by KEW on Feb 22, 2012 9:10 PM
KEW
RE: sue scott
Because I have no idea where she was buried and no dates.
Added by KEW on Feb 22, 2012 9:37 AM
Pennsylvania Lady
RE: pfc william ullmer
Great photo.
Added by Pennsylvania Lady on Sep 30, 2011 12:10 PM
Pennsylvania Lady
RE: hi pam
I would be proud to let you care for him. It sounds like you are in touch with him through his family now and you should be responsible for him.

Thank you for your kind words and of course for all you did over there for this country. Vietnam was a hard one and we should honor all those that went there.

If you need anything or I can help in anyway please let me know.

Pam

Added by Pennsylvania Lady on Sep 04, 2011 10:24 PM
Pennsylvania Lady
RE: pam proof of william ullmer found
OK I put him Fort Rosecrans and requested a photo of the tombstone.

Who is this person that is "hogging" Fort Rosecrans?
Added by Pennsylvania Lady on Jul 17, 2011 6:21 AM
Pennsylvania Lady
RE: pfc william ullmer
I am not sure what you are telling me. How can someone lock anyone out of a National Cemetery?

I would like to know more about PFC Ullmer though.
Added by Pennsylvania Lady on Jul 16, 2011 9:46 PM
Lois
RE: lt. general charles herron
I agree with you on this one! He does deserve a gold star beside his name.
Added by Lois on Jun 20, 2011 4:41 AM
Amanda
RE: general charles g morton
Hi Dan,

I added his birth year (1861) but am unfamiliar with what a gold star means or how to add it. Can you let me know? Thanks, Amanda
Added by Amanda on May 30, 2011 6:56 AM
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