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Richard Earl Post, Sr. (Known as "Trader Rick") was born in Buffalo, New York, 11/11/1947 of Welsh, German (Mother), and Russian (Father, WWII Vet) heritage, raised in Carolina and Florida by Adoptive Parents. Eagle Scout and Patrol Leader (Troop 37 Clearwater, Fla.) , Dog Driver & Siberian Husky Rescuer/Breeder (RkiSu Kennels andHAW Sled Dog Club,Wabash Indiana), FDC Cachet Maker (Post Craft),Dunedin High School '65, Dunedin, Fla., University of Florida Alumnus, AA '67, (TKE), MBA (University of North Florida '78), Sports Journalist (ST. Pete Times, Clearwater Sun), Historian (University of South Florida, BA '72), Industrial Engineer, Plant Manager, Management Consultant (Project Manager), 10th Ranked Geocache Hider in the World and retired. Viet Nam Service: Headquarters & Headquarters Company, 212th Combat Aviation Battalion, 1st Aviation Brigade, U.S. Army Vietnam ( at Marble Mountain Air Facility, Da Nang) 1970-71; Service with Army, Air Force (Ton Sahn Nhut AFB, Saigon) and Marine Corps Rifle Co. (China Beach) units. Lives in rural Wabash County, Indiana in a 100-year-old brick four-square farmhouse, with 1 college student son and nine dogs (7 Siberian Huskies, 1 Wolf Hybrid, 1 tough little Jack Russell Terrier, the famous "Earthdog Patrick")and in Palm Harbor, Fla.|
In eight years of graving , He Has roamed every known graveyard in Huntington and Wabash Counties,as well as many in Miami, Kosciusko and Allen counties, in Indiana, hundreds in all, taken thousands of photos, documented many Veteran's Graves, and put up countless American Flags on Veterans graves.
As of Spring 2009, He is expanding his graving and flagging to Palm Harbor, Pinellas County Fla and owns and operates SunCoast Pub Crawl, a Guided Tavern Tour Service, as well as serving as an itinerate Disc Jockey spinning the oldies exclusively thru PYLE equipment at various dive bars. During Football Season, he may be found either at Florida Field in the nosebleed seats, or Gators Cafe on Johns Pass at the SW corner stool in the Saloon. Other weekends look for him on the patio of Hooker Island Bar & Grill in old Palm Harbor with his beloved Rosie and "Earthdog Zippy zippldopolous"(RIP 2016), a shorty Parson Russell Terrier, and "Earthdog Angus R. MacDogall", a West Highland White Terrier, AND RICK'S SUNDANCE REBEL--"SUNNY", An English Creme Yellow Labrador Retriever.
Trader Rick has light brown hair and blue eyes. He is 43% Russian, 18% Irish, 14% English, 8% German/French, and 7% Spanish.
God Bless America, and Protect our Troopers overseas fighting against ruthless Jihadistan and our nation from the devilishly clever foreign muslim marxist barbarians infiltrating our government at the very highest levels with an aim to destroy our civilization and extinguish the light of Individual Freedom forever .
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|Roger Morphew||RE: Hopewell Cemetery|
Well. I am more than a little embarrassed! The Hopewell Church and cemetery land was given by her father, and she did attend church there from her birth until they moved into the town of Wabash in 1874 or 75. Some of my ancestors also attended that church during those years so knew her at the time. Not sure where I got the idea in my head that she was also buried there. Perhaps I was aware of the moving of her body from CA to IN, and I made a very bad assumption that she had been brought back to her childhood home for burial. Very sorry, and thank you very much for setting me straight on this. Roger Morphew
|Roger Morphew||different subject|
I also want to thank you for your service!
|Roger Morphew||Hopewell Cemetery|
Hi -- I like your description of the Hopewell Cemetery that is in Wabash County, IN. I have many relatives buried there. Besides the Medal of Honor recipient (Henry Finkenbiner), it is also the final resting place of famous author Gene Stratton Porter. The land for the church and cemetery was donated by her father, Mark Stratton.
|Michael McKee||Stephen Ulrey 47232608|
While researching my Ulrey family I found the comment on this site that Stephen and his brother David Ulrey died on the same day and likely met a tragic death. In fact, they did not. Purely coincidental, David died of dropsy and Stephen of lung fever. Perhaps it is time to remove the speculative statement. Thank you for all you do!
|Darlina Shaw||Thank you|
Thank you for all the work you do for FindAGrave. I am inspired by your thoughtfulness
|angelavcampbell||Ribelin Cemetery, Rowan County, Carolia|
I notice that you had posted a photo in this very small family cemetery and am hoping that there is a chance that you may have a close-up of Martin and Anna Ribelin's monuments? I am trying to resolve a discrepancy in my research and cannot read the inscriptions on the posted photos (far away, low resolution) Thank you!
|Dawn Bare Bonney||I. Lin Bare memorial 106727865|
You've listed quite a few Bares on Lin's memorial, most related, tho a couple of them not closely if at all. I've been researching this line for years.
Bare, Alvin L., b. 2 Mar 1909, d. 25 Nov 1993, PVT US ARMY
- Lin's nephew, son of David Franklin Bare and Lena Durbin Bare
Bare, Anna E., b. 1879, d. 1963, s/w John Bare
- not a close relative of Lin: Anna E Jones, wife of Rev. John J Bare
Bare, Ceroline, b. 1918, d. 1918, s/w Lydia Bare
Lin's nieces - Lydia 1904-1911 and Pearl Geraldine Ruth "Ceroline" 1918-1918 - daughters of David Franklin Bare & Magdalena "Lena Durbin Bare
Bare, Harry E., b. 1908, d. 1998, s/w Opal Bare
son of I. Lin Bare and Martha E Owen Bare
Bare, I. Lin, b. 1867, d. 1950, s/w Martha Bare
"I. Lin Bare, 82, died at 3:40pm Wednesday at his home in Andrews of a heart ailment. Mr. Bare had been ailing three months and seriously ill for a week.
He was born August 26, 1867, in Polk Township to Isaac and Lydia Thrift Bare. He was married to Martha Ellen Owen January 30 1890 in Polk Township. She died in 1935.
Surviving are 4 sons: Gurvis F. Bare, Dowagiac, MI, George W Bare, Marion, IN, Harry Bare, Andrews, and Arthur Bare, Marion, IN; 3 daughters: Mrs. Dora Ellet, Andrews, Mrs Naomi Johnson, Andrews, and Mrs Marie Harris, Phoenix, Ariz; 2 brothers: Charles Bare, Huntington, and Frank Bare, Fort Wayne, 17 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.
Metz Funeral Home, burial in Riverside Cemetery, Andrews."
Bare, John J., b. 1880, d. 1962, s/w Anna Bare
- not a close relative of the other Bares currently listed on I Lin's memorial.
Minister, 1940 - lived on Union Chapel Rd in Waltz twp, Wabash
Clergyman, Christian Church, 1930 - lived in Andrews, IN
s/o William J Bare & Elizabeth Sousley Bare
Bare, Lydia, b. 1904, d. 1911, s/w Ceroline Bare
Lin's nieces again: Lydia 1904-1911 and Pearl Geraldine Ruth "Ceroline" 1918-1918 daughters of David Franklin Bare & Magdalena "Lena Durbin Bare
Bare, Martha E., b. 1869, d. 1935, s/w I. Lin Bare
Huntington Herald Press
Thursday, June 13, 1935
Mrs. Martha Bare, 65 died at 6 o'clock Thursday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Johnson, 29 Edgerton
street, after an illness of a year in which she was bedfast for six months.
Mrs. Bare was born Oct. 19, 1869, to Jesse L. and Katie E. Owen and was married Jan. 31, 1890 to Lin Bare. Surviving are
the mother, who lives in Lincolnville, Ind., the husband, seven children, 12 grandchildren, a sister and four brothers.
The children are Gurvis E. Bare, Pokagon, Mich.; Mrs. Dora Ellet, Andrews; Mrs. Harry Johnson, city; Mrs. Elmer Harris,
Phoenix, Ariz.; George Bar, Decatur, Ind.; Harry Bare, Andrews, and Arthur Bare, Lincolnville. The sister is Mrs. Daniel B.
Hart, Marion, Ind. Brother are Elmer Owen, Andrews; Finely Owen, Lincolnville; Bart Owen, Traverse City, Mich., and
Homer Owen, Polk Township.
Mrs. Bare was a member fo the United Brethren church at Lincolnville, later transferring to the Christian church at Andrews
where the funeral will be held at 2:30 Sunday afternoon. the Rev. J. J. Bare, assisted by the Rev. Merriman, of Lincolnville,
will officiate. Interment will be in the Riverside cemetery at Andrews.
Bare, Opal L., b. 1914, d. 1958, s/w Harry Bare
Lin's daughter-in-law: Opal Lucille Smith Bare, wife of Harry E. Bare
|Sandy Walters||Arabella Polly Taylor|
is not buried in the Enterprise Evergreen Cemetery in Enterprise, FL. This listing is erroneous. Please remove.
|Michael Johnson||Huldah Johnson Dilley|
I am Michael Johnson and I have been looking for years for a member of my family that seems to have just vanished. Now I see where you have a Huldah Johnson Dilley. I believe you maybe mistaken, I am not trying to start a war, so please hear me out.
I have a Huldah Johnson b. 1814 in what we believe is North Carolina. She married a Arron Sparks in 1832 in Wells county, Indiana. Arron died in 1852. In the 1860 Tax rolls for Rock Creek, Wells, Indiana we have Huldah listed as Huldah Sparks Age 46. You have 19(?) Now the reason why I am convinced this is my Huldah is..her mother is also listed. Elizabeth Johnson widow age 71.
Now I do believe we have the same girl. But here is the rub...I have her getting married to a Jacob Roush in 18 Oct 1862.
What do you think?
I would love to hear what you have to say. Been trying to crack her for YEARS! I had all but given up...
|MarenMcCallum||Mary Curry # 118376574|
Hi Richard, I was wondering where you got the information for Mary's memorial. I have contacted the cemetery regarding her death record, but they have not gotten back to me. Also, I was wondering what relation she is to the other people listed in her bio. Joseph and Margaret may have been her grandparents. I wanted to know if Curry is her maiden name, or if she married into the Curry family. Thanks for any help.
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