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Krys Cooper (#47577307)
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Bio Photo I've always been interested in my family history, it started when I was little and I realized there was a big mystery on my father's side of the family. It lead to me asking a lot of questions, which in turn annoyed a lot of people. After my grandmother passed away in the spring of 2011, leaving with me with no more grandparents living I became obsessed with finding everything I could about my past.
Now in my free time I roam around cemetery's looking for people in my family, they've creepily become my second home.
I'm more than willing to help out with any pictures of graves in Warren & Sussex Counties in New Jersey and some of Monroe & Northampton Counties in Pennsylvania.

Please visit my friend Meghan, who was called home to the angels after a long battle with cancer.
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Charles McDowell
RE: George Rosenberger
I have had a long-term project to identify all recipients of the Distinguished Service Cross. Part of that effort has been a review of all Army general orders in which the DSC has been awarded. I located him in War Department General Orders No. 44 dated April 2, 1919. My entry for him in my database is as follows:

ROSENBERGER, George Vlerbome Young
Private (Army Medical Service) - WW I
Unit: Medical Detachment, 311th Infantry Regiment, 78th Division (National Army)
Date and Place: September 25 and 26, 1918; near Vieville-en-Haye, France
Medal Number: 2638
Source: War Department General Orders No. 44 (April 2, 1919)
Burial: Bloomsbury Cemetery (Greenwich Township, New Jersey)
Note: He was born on September 9, 1888 in (and entered the Army from) Bloomsbury, New Jersey. He died on October 24, 1951.

I don't know if this will help you, but I hope it is of some use.

CPM
Added by Charles McDowell on Jun 15, 2016 5:45 AM
Spirit Walker
RE: Rose
Are you Bob Coopers daugther? If so, I know your father. If there's anything else I can help you with at Hillside Cemetery please let me know.

Thanks, Kevin
Added by Spirit Walker on May 24, 2013 10:28 AM
Spirit Walker
RE: Rose
Sure no problem....
Added by Spirit Walker on May 24, 2013 10:19 AM
 

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