|Dee Green||Theodore & Virginia Brink|
I was adding headstone (niche) photos to the Brinks memorials and noticed you had left flowers. If they are family, I would be happy to transfer them to you. There are two other Brinks (Thomas and Marjorie) at the cemetery that I could also transfer if you are related.
Good morning, this is my grandfather and I was wondering if we're are related and how do you know my grandfather?
Added by Autumn on Mar 08, 2017 7:25 AM
|David Brink||I'm a Brink|
I am the son of Ned Joseph Brink. I've been researching the Brink name and found this listing of yours. Please respond for more information I may have and hope you can share with me.
David W. Brink
|Kathie Rodgers||RE: Summerlott photos|
So glad I could help.
|Ron Rader||Ressa Reedy|
If you would like to manage this memorial, let me know. I can transfer to you.
|sherry montgomery douglas||RE: Rodney Michael Goode|
YOUR WELCOME ON THE PICTURE BUT THANK YOU ROBERT AND RODNEY AND MANY OTHERS FOR SERVING OUR COUNTRY,GOD BLESS YOU ALL.I DONT CARE WHERE IM AT TAKING PICTURES OF HEADSTONES OR VISITING GRAVES WHEN I SEE SOMEONE WHO SERVED I TAKE A PICTURE OF THEIR HEADSTONE AND PRAY FOR THEM. SO THANK YOU SIR.
|Jayne Beers||RE: Ralph Brink|
I am researching this family line to see if it ties into my family line. So far, I haven't found a link, but they are all in the same places, so most like there is some sort of connection.
I'm trying to find out who my ggg-grandfather's parents were. William Beers was born between 1780-1791 in Pennsylvania (some records say New York). I know that he married someone named Hester (b. 1791 in PA or NJ) and that he must have died between 1830-1835 as she married a William Dickason in 1835. I haven't found a marriage record for William & Hester or her maiden name. They migrated to Pickaway County, Ohio and later moved to Tippecanoe County, Indiana and some members lived in Fountain and Vermillion Counties in Indiana and Danville, Illinois.
|John Bracchi||Bobby Martinez at Ft. Defiance|
I went to the Veterans Cemetery in Ft. Defiance last Sunday to fulfill photo requests of headstones but couldn't locate Bobby's gravesite. I spent over 3 hours walking the cemetery but didn't see Bobby's marker. I even went into town to the Chapter House but the office was closed. A family member of another veteran told me that they know where all people are buried at the Chapter house. But I did find relatives of some on my list who were not yet entered at Find A Grave so I entered them and did family links.
I tried. Maybe another time?
|Renee||RE: Sgt John Fern|
You are welcome. Yes you may use my photos. If interested I also added/photoed surrounding Fern surname headstones
Added by Renee on May 01, 2016 10:12 AM
|MK||RE: Lawrence Fanella photo|
His younger sister was a few years ahead of me in school. I'm sure Larry was one of the older kids in the schoolyard, but I don't clearly remember him. But everyone in the church knew him and his family, and that was just a devastating day. St. Anthony's was a close-knit parish, all the kids went to the same school, and his loss hit everyone. Thank you for putting up his memorial. MK
Added by MK on Apr 09, 2016 9:37 AM
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