|Danny Jones (#47476713)|
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I am retired and spending lots of time on veteran remembrances, especially WW1 casualties from Texas. Please visit vets4taps to see what I have so far.|
My paternal ancestor surnames include Watson, Jones, Shelton, Wilburn, Howard, Arthur, Williams, Hamilton. My maternal ancestor surnames include Robbins, Horseman, Guthrie, Whitley, Mankins, See, Honaker, Dawson. Most of my ancestors are from the South, eg KY, VA, TN, SC, GA, AL, AR and migrated into my native Texas. I am residing in the heart of Texas, in Brown County with my sweetheart Nancy. BHS grad 64, TT 64-65, USAF 66-69, AT&T-LL 69-08.
My photographs on FAG may be used on your personal family trees. I'm still learning and still making mistakes, so if you see one of my errors please let me know and I'll surely make it right.
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|Virginia Lee Young||J R Brush|
Thank you so much for submitting J R Brush of Brown County, Texas as a World War II Honoree.
Someone else posted it on my memorial for him.
He was my mothers 1st cousin.
You took some photos of Little and Kittle family in Milam County, years ago.
Virginia Lee Young
(formerly Virginia Brown)
|Barbara Grimes||Addison Gentry|
Thank you so much for the special "World War I Veteran Remembrance" you made for my Uncle Addison Gentry (my Mother's brother). He died 20 years before I was born. I wish I knew more about his "life before his death". Lesson: We should ask more questions of our parents before they are gone.