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|My mom would drag us through cemeteries to visit family members. My brothers and I would then read the headstones and wonder about the lives that these people might have had. I still have this fascination with history.|
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|Ben Chrismond||RE: Maynard Yellowhorse|
No, Maria is there and here info is inscribed on the reverse of Maynard's headstone. Just as I took the photo, the cemetery director approached me and said that all photography must be personally approved by him and that I had to leave. That's totally unprecedented BS... just a pretty bureaucrat flexing his muscles. I'll try again this week.
|Gail D||RE: Thank you|
You're very welcome Eileen. Edith's gravestone was very overgrown and I cleaned it off as well as I could.
Added by Gail D on Aug 09, 2014 5:49 PM
Your welcome. It is my pleasure. Thanks for the welcome.
|Renee Arnold||RE: Field photos|
You're very welcome--glad to have helped :)
|Memory Keeper2||RE: Vickers photos|
You are very welcome.
|Renee Arnold||Anthony, Laura, and Gary FIELD|
Your photo requests for the above three individuals interred at Woodlawn National Cemetery have been fulfilled :)
|Cookie||RE: Joyce Greear|
You are very welcome and all the best to you!
Added by Cookie on Jun 25, 2014 5:02 PM
|wakefield||RE: Blanche Jackson|
Yes, this one was a troublesome picture to take, facing the sun, faded script on the stone...but we got it done.
Glad to be able to help out. I'm sure Ms. Jackson would have many stories to tell about her experience in the WAACs. In those days women who qualified as pilots were used extensively to ferry all kinds of aircraft from point to point. Had to be exciting.
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