I don't know to whom you're referring; can you be more specific? If she is your grandmother, would you like me to transfer to you? If so, pls send your member #. Thx.
Added by Lynn on Nov 10, 2014 5:53 PM
|P. L. Chandler||Michael D. McDaniel|
I am a volunteer for a veterans group. Recently, we have been given some dog tags that were discovered and recovered by a tourist in Saigon. One of these dog tags reads: "McDaniel, Michael D., 370-50-8067, A, Bapt."
The Veterans Administration website lists him as buried in Eldon Cemetery. Are you a relative of Mr. McDaniel, and is this indeed his dog tag that has been recovered? If you can confirm and help us find his next of kin, I know the family would be grateful to have the dog tag back in their possession. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|BeNotForgot||Please delete photo|
Since the CSA marker is actually in Austin instead of in Dallas, please delete the CSA marker photo from the Dallas page for John Neely Bryan. Thanks for your help.
Amanda, her first and middle names are reversed in the title; would you please correct? Thanks.
Added by Lynn on Nov 16, 2011 9:22 AM
|Cathy Case Muntz||Richland Baptist Cemetery|
Hi, Amanda! A friend asked me to photo document a cemetery in Pendleton County, KY. It is grown up in trees. We are trying to determine the name of the cemetery. It is on Mark Haley Road near Havilandsville, a town that no longer exists. Robert S. Haviland, the founder of Havilandsville, is buried in this cemetery. We think the old Richland Baptist Church was by the cemetery. You have Silas Mercer King (#68899309) located in Richland Baptist Cemetery. He is the only grave documented in that cemetery on Find A Grave. Do you have more information about the cemetery?
|Kristy Wade||Tom & Kizzy Gilbreath|
I found the stone for Tom and Kizzy Gilbreath. I have posted the pictures. The writing is very hard to see on the kind of stone it is. Even just looking at it, the letters are carved in the white stone and its hard to read. I took several pictures and these are the best ones. If you ever need to find the stone. You go through the main gate with ARBALA over the top of it. Turn to the left and the stone is right there on the front row. Enjoy and have an awesome day! Kristy
|Jennifer Zonker Rice||Will Hunter-Austin State Hosp.|
Thanks so much Amanda. How in the world did you figure out which gravestone was Will's? I've never seen just a number on a grave.
|Larry Chenault||RE: John Neely Bryan|
Thanks Amanda for the posted marker and advise on where his remains are... Larry
|Steven Brown||Malinda J McCarty|
Amanda, Thank you so much for taking the time to get this photo. Your help is greatly appreciated.
|Jan Wigley||RE: Cody Marker|
Thank you very much for the information. I think I will request a headstone for him.
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