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Pat Sager
RE: Louis & Mahala Law Grave
Hi again

I read your message again this evening and saw that you are related to the Bowles and recognized it although they are not related to me. A cousin whom I didn't know in the past started a family group on fb and I know that some Bowles were mentioned. You are probably connected to some folks in the group. You can go to fb and ask to join. We have helped each other a lot by sharing pics and info. Meeting lots of cousins. The group is Bragg - Law - Basford - Collins and Jones Family History. Hope to see you there, Pat Sager
Added by Pat Sager on Aug 21, 2014 9:53 PM
Pat Sager
RE: Louis & Mahala Law Grave
We were there in the 70's and the cemetery wasnt listed until a few years ago. We had to do as you did and ask around. We had some help from my mother's memories of the area and as it was for you, it was a struggle getting across the muddy pasture ruts and deep grass, especially with my mother not being healthy. Guess I thought there would be a lane into there by now. So sorry you had to go through all that but I know that it's part of the fun of doing what you do. Just surprised that someone from out of state did it. I got pictures that day but was a novice a pictures, didn't know to use a flash but don't know if the camera I had could use a flash manually. There was a lot of shade and the sun was in the west so the pics were not very clear. Now I could take great pics but live in Alabama. Thanks so much again for all you do.
Added by Pat Sager on Oct 22, 2013 10:14 AM
Pat Sager
Louis & Mahala Law Grave
Thank you so much for going out to Poston Cemetery to take the pic of their gravestone. I took one in the 70's but it was in the shadows. They were my ggrandparents. Appreciate what you do.

Pat Sager, daughter of Dorothy May Law Murphy.
Added by Pat Sager on Oct 21, 2013 1:41 PM
Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland
Seaman First Class John H. Jones
Seaman First Class John H. Jones died on 10 July 1943 during the amphibious landings of the 45th Infantry Regiment. Most likely Seaman 1st Class was on board of one of the landing craft that overturned in the heavy seas at Punta Braccetto. he was buried in the temporary American GELA Cemetery.

After the war his remains were repatriated. You took a picture of his grave. Can I have your permission to use the picture for my book project for the GELA Cemetery, of course you will be credited and notified when the book is finished

thank you

Jan Bos
Nijmegen, Holland
Added by Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Ho... on Oct 17, 2013 10:40 AM
 

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