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Roger Teters (#47058329)
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Bio Photo We moved within 1 mile of Belgrade, 15 mi. west
of Bozeman, MT. Vet. Army E-7 Born near Guthrie, Okla. ( Mother a Schies ) Way over my head into Genealogy.. Started digg'n in 1990. Have been to LDS lib. in Salt Lake over 13 time for a week at a time...Traveled to mid west 8 times. Twice to Florida and once to East coast. For 19 yrs all over the west for months at a time.. Now traveling in the N.W. in the summers.. As of 7-18-15, 16,118 all connected names by blood or marriage on my RootsWeb site.. All persons I created a memorials for are connected to me by blood or marriage..
I will Transfer if you are related to them..
Photo can be used if you give me credit.
(Photo taken by Roger Teters #(memorial) at FindAGrave

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Bonnie Shirley Amery
Walter Draper
Roger Teters,
Please forgive my confusion.

I am tickled to see that Walter Draper's memorial is already in your care. Good.
Bonnie
Added by Bonnie Shirley Amery on Nov 09, 2016 7:19 AM
Bonnie Shirley Amery
RE: Obit of Walter Graper
Roger Teters,
Thank you for your email reply.

Please accept the transfer of Walter Graper. I delight in seeing memorials cared for by those who knew them.

I am working on an obituary for Lorena June Tetters #23409130. I cannot help but wonder if she is a relative you yours.

Bonnie Shirley Amery
Added by Bonnie Shirley Amery on Nov 09, 2016 7:16 AM
Tressia
RE: Clyde
Don't delete Ben! His memorial is correct -- just remove the link to Faye B. Tompkins and take off the bio. Other than that, it is fine.

Tressia
Added by Tressia on Oct 02, 2016 1:19 PM
melvin gilreath
Welby Cronk
Married 15 April 1942 to Dorthy Geneva Ballor in Leesburg, Loudoun County, VA. Parents of Dorothy were David and Elizabeth Ballor of Fraser Township, Bay County, MI.

At the time of marriage, Welby waa listed as a Marine, Residence, Quantico, VA.
Added by melvin gilreath on Sep 09, 2016 2:35 PM
melvin gilreath
RE: Welby Cronk, Captain, USMC
All I know about Captain Cronk is that he was instrumental in saving the life of my brother, Corporal Curtis E, Gilreath. Curt was a member of Captain Cronk's Command until November 9, 1950.

I started to research on Captain Cronk's record (Ancestry)simply to see if he survived the Chinese invasion and stumbled across his silver Star citation.

I also believe that he was married in Virginia.

Like you, Curt was born in Oklahoma but was raise and is buried in Madison county, Illinois. Also like you, I retired from the army (1976).
Added by melvin gilreath on Sep 09, 2016 9:28 AM
melvin gilreath
Welby Cronk, Captain, USMC
Welby Cronk enlisted in the USMC in 1940. During World War II, he rose to the rank of Sargent (1943) before accepting a Commission as a 2nd Lieutenant.

Welby remained in the Marines after Word War II and had risen to the rank of Captain when the hostilities began in Korea (1950). Captain Cronk was then given Command of Company "D",1st Battalion, 1st Regiment, 1st Marine Division.

Company "D" was part of the force that landed at Inchon near the end of September. After taking Inchon, the Marines were then instrumental in freeing the Capital of South Korea (Seoul). It was during this undertaking that Captain Cronk was awarded the "SILVER STAR"for his actions.

Captain Cronk remained in Command of Company "D" through the fall of 1950 and was not returned to the US until 1951.
Added by melvin gilreath on Sep 08, 2016 10:41 AM
Carl Pelfrey
William Harold Pelfrey
Thank you very much for the transfer. I have made the corrections.
Carl Pelfrey
Added by Carl Pelfrey on Jul 02, 2016 4:21 PM
Don
Ralph Wendel Sherwood
My name is Don and I accepted a request from Find a Grave for the photo. Memorial #76153538 created on 7 September 2011, that you maintain.
I would like to request any information that would connect the burial place as ST JOHNS, AZ. that appears in listed in the record. The town records do not have a listing for him in their cemetery. His mother and father are listed in the cemetery records. I have checked the records for the Catholic Cemetery, they as well do not have any records pertaining to this person. Thank You Don
Added by Don on May 11, 2016 1:40 PM
Merllene
RE: Obit
I know the feeling - I just get started off a road and want to see where it leads . . Merllene
Added by Merllene on Apr 28, 2016 7:20 AM
Merllene
RE: Obit.
You are most welcome
Added by Merllene on Apr 27, 2016 8:08 PM
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