|Chris Murphy (#47307088)|
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|Pammy In Oklahoma||RE: 11737442 Colleen Murphy|
First of all, I'm sorry for your loss. I, too, have a daughter buried in Fairlawn Cemetery.
There is only one memorial for Colleen. So, there are not two memorials to merge. When DonZas passed away, they transferred all the memorials to me to manage. On her memorial, you will see where it says Originally created by and Maintained by.
Thank you and have a good day.
|SLGMSD||RE: re: Donald Mulcahy|
Not a family member at all so I don't need a transfer. Hopefully, a family member will contact you. Thanks for your kind offer.
Added by SLGMSD on Apr 01, 2015 7:28 PM
|Dianne O'Sullivan Zawacki||Parker's|
Hi Chris - when I photographed August - I also photographed the back side with Gertrude Memorial #1060324. Usually they get linked, not sure why this isn't.
|Ann White||Mary Gillmore|
Thank you so much for getting the picture of her grave. I appareciate your time and effort.
|Linda||Nona Sparks Shannon|
I finally talked with someone who was able to find a record for her. The only name showing on the record was Nona Shannon. Her death date was March 3, 1936 and she was buried in the area called Ferndale Place, Lot 26, Grave 4. I'll check the area next week to see if there is a marker.
Added by Linda on Oct 12, 2012 5:18 PM
|Linda||RE: Nona Sparks|
I sent a message to the person who posted the memorial to see if they had any more info. I also checked with Mt. Hope but they had no records for her either.
Added by Linda on Oct 10, 2012 7:23 PM
I contacted the cemetery and they could not find a record for her under Sparks, Shannon or Noland. I will check with the nearby cemetery Mt. Hope unless you have further information.
Added by Linda on Oct 09, 2012 4:51 PM
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||LtCol Richard E. O'Connor|
LtCol Richard E. O'Connor was an officer with the 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division (acc grave marker he was with a field artillery unit). He was killed on 18 July 1943 in Gela during D-Day of the so called operation Husky,allied invasion of Sicily.
After his death he was buried in the temporary American cemetery GELA (Sicily) in plot-grave C-25-298. He was buried the following day.
After the war his remains were repatriated.
You took a picture of his grave and I would like to ask your permission to use your picture for my book about the temporary Gela cemetery I am writing, of course you will will be credited. Hope to have the book finished next year July for the 70th anniversary of operation Husky.
Over 1,200 young American men and women were buried in this cemetery between 1943 and 1949.
If you may have documentation about his death or may have his picture, hope you are wiling to share this with me
thank you, you will be notified again when the book is finished.
|Michele Harting||RE: Colleen Murphy|
You are so very welcome. Glad I could help - Michele
|Mark Orey||Maj Porter|
I see you found him Chris, many thanks!
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