|James Coston (#47251791)|
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US NAVY 1966-1968 Silent Service VIET-NAM VETERAN Radio operator on (2) submarines & a deck ape on a supply ship running between DaNang & An Thoi on the Cambodain border. Duty stations in order of service:|
USS RASHER AGSS-269
USS BAYA AGSS-318
USS GRAFFIAS AGSS-29
As to "AUTOMATIC EDITS", I neither agree with them or think they are of value, however, I subscribe to them because that is the decision of FAG uppercrust. I am on 24K dial-up so checking each claim is not a reality, so I summarily post them;
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|Suellen Jones Hintz||RE: RE:Pete Williamson|
I know it was a problem but I am mystified as to the lack of info provided by the cemetery. I've got a lot of family in that cemetery and no problems...I appreciate your persistence!
|Suellen Jones Hintz||"Pete" Williamson|
Thank you so much for her gravesite photos. She's the mother of my best friend from high school and I've known her and her daughter, patty, since 1966. I needed to see this.
|EmptyL||Find A Grave Memorial# 42705907|
Thanks for the pics!
Added by EmptyL on Feb 25, 2017 6:43 AM
|Tipp's Mom||Effie Dawson|
Thank you for taking the picture of her gravestone; your help is appreciated.
|Carol Hopper Bader||Cleo Cade|
Thank you for sharing your picture of the headstone for Cleo Cade. We appreciate your time and care.
|George S. Ellington||Walker Family!|
Thank you for getting the photos for me I really appreciate it! I will work on the memorials in a couple of days I am dealing with a death in the family myself now!
I hope you are well
PS Thank you again!
|George S. Ellington||Thank you|
I really appreciate the Walker grave for me!
|sandra may||Glenda May|
Thank you for your service James, and your work with documenting. Glenda Hancock May is my sister-in-law and very much alive. Her footstone is on her husband's grave, Richard Earl May in the Armour Norwegian Cemetery in Coolidge, Texas. I was surprised they had engraved it; it is misleading.
|mrschirmer||George Cavner photo|
Thank you for your time with the photo request. I turned back on my messaging. I had an issue with someone a few years ago. I don't have a lot of information on George Martin Cavnar's wife. The marriage license used initials. On the 1900 census they used Belle. I have Mary Isabelle Cook or a Martha Isabelle Cook. I have her birth in 1866. She may have been the second wife.
|George S. Ellington||Cingy Walker|
I am not related to Cindy Walker but I am a huge fan of her music! And I knew her mom was buried with her! Cindy really loved her mother thhis you can see if you watch the Award show from when she entered the CMHOF!
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