|McTamaney David (#47838078)|
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|Vietnam Veterans ('68-69), now retired high school English teacher, worked on Orange County Veterans Memorial in Newburgh, NY, and actively working to add to info re names on the memorial from WW1 to present.|
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|Dan Phelan||RE: John B. Wolven at East Coast Memorial|
Hi David, you are very welcome for the pictures. With that note you left on John Wolven's page, I knew that you should be notified of the new pics.
I took those the morning before the latest blizzard hit NYC.
(My Dad's cousin's name is on that memorial also).
My best regards to your family,
|Dan Phelan||John B. Wolven at East Coast Memorial|
Just letting you know that I just posted pictures of John B. Wolven's name on the East Coast Memorial, Memorial# 84522472 in case you are interested.
My Dad's cousin's name is also on that memorial.
It appears there there is another cenotaph in Hawaii for him at Memorial# 120513199 in case you were not aware of it.
|Zachary W.||RE: Capt E H Robbins|
I just did some research on Ancestry.com and found that Edward H. Robbins went missing in action in Italy. So from this I assume his family had the tablet erected in Riverside Cemetery to go along with the other family members, even though he is buried somewhere in Italy. I don't know what to make of the difference in days, it could possibly be a clerical error or perhaps he was declared dead and therefore the actual date is iffy.
The marker is a 4-5 foot granite tablet.