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Lucy Jo (Cox) Garibay
Ardith Elaine Felton Bliss

Ardith Elaine Felton
My 1st cousin 2x removed, Do you mind if I copy and use the photo you have posted of Ardith for my family tree?
Thank You,
Lucy Jo (Cox) Garibay
Added by Lucy Jo (Cox) Garibay on May 11, 2015 9:32 AM
McFarland
Anthony Maring.
There is only one memorial for him in
Saint Mary's Settlement Cemetery now, and when I created it.
If there is another one, it must be in the wrong cemetery.
Added by McFarland on May 10, 2015 7:55 PM
Lydia Young Noll
RE: Etajoe
I will contact his nephew who he was a mentor to. I have some photos of him. Roy was a true Marine..100%. He was serving in China, and was captured the 1st day of WWII. He was sent to a Japanese Prisoner of war camp and suffered greatly during his imprisonment.

"Private First Class Roy W. Leppert (MCSN: 268718), United States Marine Corps, was captured by the Japanese at Peking, China, on 8 December 1941, and was held as a Prisoner of War until returned to U.S. Military Control at the end of the War."

Action Date: December 8, 1941 - September 1945

Roy was in 4 different POW camps and had to march to different locations as each one closed. He saw many of his comrades perish and he stated he only weighed 90 lbs. when he was rescued.

If you google his name, you will see articles about his group of Marines that were captured.
Added by Lydia Young Noll on Apr 27, 2015 10:48 AM
Lydia Young Noll
RE: Etajoe
Thank you for making the changes! My Mom said many times how she wished she had met and married Roy many years earlier. They really, truly loved each other and I am grateful that they were able to share the final years of their lives together. Roy was a War Hero and served our country with valor. Not sure if you know this or not but he was a prisoner of war for almost 6 years. He was captured the very 1st day of WWII and spent the entire war as a Prisoner.
Added by Lydia Young Noll on Apr 27, 2015 9:42 AM
Stephen Kronberg
RE: Naboth Lindquist
Photo added and edit for location sent. Next to him was Evelyn E. Lindquist, I could not find records to link them, please do if you can. Stephen
Added by Stephen Kronberg on Apr 24, 2015 10:29 PM
Norman Hjelmeland
RE: Ethel Vick
Thanks for posting the updated information on Ethel (Sorenson) Vick. It is very much appreciated.

Added by Norman Hjelmeland on Apr 18, 2015 12:12 PM
Jean Howe Gladem
RE: Carmen Brandt
Carmen is not buried in the Cottage Grove Cemetery. He is buried in the Hope-Cottage Grove cemetery. It would be easier if you would just delete him from the Cottage Grove Cemetery. Thank you for all you do.
Added by Jean Howe Gladem on Apr 16, 2015 2:01 PM
ChrisMarie
edits
Thank you for the additional information about the Thro family.

Cheers,
Christen
Added by ChrisMarie on Apr 12, 2015 7:52 PM
Lynn
RE: Lois Russell
Sorry, she is my Aunt my Mothers sister and is buried on her parents, there were two of them on Find A Grave and I was going to delete one. Jean
Added by Lynn on Apr 12, 2015 5:02 AM
CLB
RE: Lillie Emiline Starr Waybill
The obit was from the Centerville Daily Iowegian & Citizen newspaper was published day after her death. 7 April 1943 page 8 and her daughter Lula died 9 August 1943 that same year it was published in the same newspaper August 9, 1943 on page 2. I can send you a copy of a scanned newspaper articles of obituaries.
Chuck Burgher
Added by CLB on Apr 10, 2015 1:46 PM
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