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I am a nitpicker. I'm compulsive. I harness it somewhat by fixing tedious errors, such as spelling, grammer and punctuation. If you see an error on one of my postings, or if you wish to take issue with an addition or correction I have made or suggested, let me know. I'm usually a pretty reasonable guy. When I'm not, let me know that, too. Rudeness, however, will get you nowhere. "Cain't we all just get along?" [Apologies to Rodney King.]
"O the Raggedy Man, he works for Pa
And he's th'bestest man you ever saw!
He comes to our house 'most ever' day
Choppin' the wood 'n' pitchin' hay..."
---James Whitcomb Riley---
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|Virgil & DeAnna C. Cooley||Cox US ARMY WWII|
To answer your inquiry re the meaning of "Cox" seeing as how husband did the photo and floral - my first guess is husband' made a typo!
I am concern that there is no mention of military service on headstone pictured; he ordinarily would have made photo of military stone.
We are at the Trentville Cem often as I have so much family there including my previous maternal grandparents. On a ordinary day, we would already been there checking this out; but, if you are in the E Tn area. I think you understand our waiting a few days! Thank you so much for bringing this to our attention. (Dee)
|j wyke||HAPPY THANKSGIVING : )|
Good afternoon Rags;
MAY YOUR DAY BE FILLED WITH LOVE,DURING THIS WONDERFUL SEASON.
MAY YOUR HEART BE FILLED WITH WITH GRATITUDE FOR ALL OF GODS'GLORIOUS GIFTS.
FROM ALL OF US IN MICHIGAN
:) : ) : 0
Added by j wyke on Nov 28, 2013 2:57 PM
|j wyke||this will peak your interest....|
Good evening Rags;
this will peak your interest;
find a grave #40490279
Have a blessed/good evening
Judy in MI
Added by j wyke on Oct 30, 2013 7:47 PM
|J. Faulkner||RE: Hecht|
The memorial I created was from the headstone photo and the name was not familiar to me. Sorry I can't help you with your quest.
Sorry I'm late with this transfer. I've been without internet the past few weeks.
|Tim & Grace||Contributor ID numbers|
I used to think that the contributor ID numbers were sequential... but 46 million volunteers seems like a very large number. Not all of the ID numbers are that high. Jim Tipton, the creator of findagrave is, appropriately, # 1 . It says he has been a member for 13 years 2 months and 17 days. That seems about right as I believe that findagrave was created in the year 2000 (Y2K!) Russell Dodge, senior administrator is # 309... member for 12 years 10 months and 14 days. A.J. Marik, another senior administrator is # 1003, but it says he has been a member for 15 years 8 months and 19days... go figure!
I have given up trying to make sense of some of the things on findagrave. I try to do my best with my little corner of the world ;)
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330
Live Long and Prosper \V/,
You are correct, thanks for the alert.
Thanks for your offer. But right now I am reliving parts of my of my life with these people when I knew them or their relatives. E-mail in a year and offer again. thanks, Nuff @ 46998088
Added by nuff on Sep 14, 2013 6:57 AM
go for it. I am just trying to get all these old orbits in for these people connected to Caribou County, Idaho. LIke you said, it must have been an off day. and I didn't check myself. Nuff @ 46998088
Added by nuff on Sep 13, 2013 5:36 PM
|Dick ODonnell||RE: Don & Marjorie Dicks|
No, the 508th was part of the 82nd Airborne Division. Don was with the 508th throughout WWII, He remained in the army and retired in 1965 (i.e., served from 1942 to 1965).
Although his headstone shows his rank as 'SFC" (Sergeant First Class), I believe it should show CSM (Command Sergeant Major). Those are the stripes he always wore at the reunions.
Check my web sire at www.508pir.org and use the SEARCH ENGINE by entering his surname, you will see many hits.
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