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Sean: Per your request, transfer of Karolina Dul's entry is completed.
Added by J.E.K. on Mar 29, 2014 4:03 AM
|Anne S.||Thomas Page|
Sean, What a surprise to see a headstone for Thomas. Family said, there was none. Thank you so
much. Thank God, I was ready to make a copy of his
memorial and discovered the headstone.
Added by Anne S. on Mar 03, 2014 7:45 AM
Thank you for your time.
|Bruce and Wendy Linz||Edward Schaler|
Thank you very much for taking the photo of Edward Schaler headstone. I appreciate all your time and efforts.
|Bruce and Wendy Linz||RE: Edward W. Schaler|
|Bruce and Wendy Linz||Edward and Emily Schaler|
Thank you for the photos of Edward and Emily Schaler headstones. I appreciate your all your time and efforts. Do you have a photo of just Edward's headstone, looks like Emily's headstone is on each memorial.
|Bruce and Wendy Linz||Edward W. Schaler|
Thank you for taking the photos of Edward and Emily Schaler's headstone. I created a memorial for each of them in the Arlington Memorial Park Cemetery. I also did a photo request for each of them, so you can post your photos there if you'd like. I believe these are Edward W. Schaler
I went back and checked my research and discovered that PFC Edward W. Schaler was buried in the Fairmount Cemetery in 1948 when his remains were returned from the Marianna Islands. I have moved his memorial to the Fairmount Cemetery and have made a photo request for his military style headstone. It seem his aunt Matilda (Schaler) Zwiebel was his listed next of kin and made all the arrangements. At the time of his death, I believe Edward's father was in a sanatorium and his mother had died in 1916.
If you know anything more about Edward W. Schaler (like his middle name) I would love to hear from you. By the way, I am a military researcher and collector and I am not related to any of these people.
If you get the chance please go to the Fairmount Cemetery and take a photo of Edward's headstone.
Good luck with your research.
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