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emmitt jackson chambers (squires), (#47081148)
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Bio Photo My name is Emmitt Jackson Chambers (Squires)I have worked in Law Enforment, and the EMS field. now retired,iam a writer of sorts.
It does not seem that long ago i joined this group.i hope i can be around a while longer and perhaps some body will enter me here when iam gone,thanks to the site owners and the many people who work with findagrave, its a noble and wonderful site dedicated to keeping the memories alive of those who pass before us,i try and make sure all posting are as ive found them via obits or family info.some times bogas info gets sent and there are errors.if ive made mistakes or some thing needs to be added please let me know at
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Mother of James Love

Just thought you should know, James mother Evelyn died yesterday.

Added by Lasherp on Jun 18, 2014 3:17 PM
W & L
Gilbert Casteel
My wife is a distant cousin of Gilbert Casteel. His father (John) was the brother of my wife's great grandmother (Nancy Ann). Gilbert's father and mother seem to be lost (John S and Florence Marks Casteel) Do you know anything about them? Scott Wallace
Added by W & L on Jan 19, 2014 8:05 PM
Your Uncle
Hi Emmitt...I will do a little editing (maybe more tomorrow) and then transfer your uncle back to you. I admire him, along with all of our "Greatest Generation".
Added by GeorgiaCA on Dec 07, 2013 2:11 PM
Sending info. - headstone photo in place
PFC Arthur Clarence Squires, Jr Find A Grave Memorial# 5342794
This memorial is mismarked in the wrong Cemetery

The can be easily done by editing the burial location and not deleting the memorial.
In this case PFC Arthur Clarence Squires, Jr is not listed on the courts of the missing but has remains buried here in the cemetery. Please see below the explanation of the difference. As you can see by the attached photo.

This memorial should be listed in *" The National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific"
Plot: Sec, f, #428, mar,17,1949
Plot: GPS Location
Latitude: 21.311617
(Note: You must type in the minus in the 157.847236 or the link will be in the middle of the ocean)

Sending this message to both requester and manager of the memorial, if not the same.

*"Honolulu Memorial" (The Honolulu Memorial is a cenotaph an "empty tomb") Individuals memorialized here on the tablets at the "Honolulu Memorial" are the Missing in Action, lost, or buried at sea in the Pacific during WWII, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. (NOTE: Individuals memorialized here on the tablets do not have "grave markers" in the ground in the cemetery

**National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific is one of two hallowed resting places in the vast Pacific for the recovered remains of World War II Dead whose next of kin did not request return of the remains to the continental United States. Nearly 13,000 World War II Dead from the Pacific are buried here. They came from such battle sites as Pearl Harbor, Guadalcanal, China, Burma, Saipan, Guam and Iwo Jima and from the prisoner of war camps in Japan (recovered after the war). Also interred in the cemetery are the unidentified remains of U.S. servicemen who died fighting in World War II, Korea, and the Vietnam Wars. Also the Dead of World War II and the Korea and Vietnam Wars whose next of kin requested that they be buried here. The "Missing" do not have memorization markers as this would not be feasible because of the large number of "Missing" So the Honolulu Memorial was built by the American Battle Monuments Commission on the grounds.

Mahalo = Thank You (Hawaiian Style) in advance
Bruce Almeida Find A Grave Volunteer
Added by Debbie (Tetrault) & Bruce... on Nov 19, 2013 5:26 PM
Added by GeorgiaCA on Dec 02, 2013 5:03 PM
Mark's Mom
Billy Brewer
Hi Emmitt, thank you for your kind words. I transferred Billy's memorial over to you, I always think it's best to be in the care of a loved one. Billy was so young, our birthdays just weeks apart both born in 1956. I know losing my son has been the hardest thing I've ever dealt with and the pain is so unbearable. I too, like Billy's mother will never get over this.
Take care, Bernice
Added by Mark's Mom on Aug 23, 2012 2:37 PM
James Love
Mr. Squires

I think Jim would be happy to know you thought well enough of him to make a memorial for him. I think that's cool and it's not something you see every day.

Thanks again for the transfer

Added by Lasherp on Dec 18, 2011 3:46 PM

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