|Charles A. Lewis (#47162573)|
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U.S. Army veteran.|
I'm a military researcher / historian whose primary area of interest is the World War II and Korean War eras. But my never-ending goal is to try to acknowledge the service of all our country's warriors who have honorably served in the U.S. Armed Forces.
To help achieve this goal, I created the Military Hall of Honor in 2013 to honor all those veterans, living and deceased, and use it along with Find A Grave. MHOH now has over 313,000 Honoree Records. Membership is free and available to all who wish to contribute military records, bios, photos, honor the military with tributes, leave remembrances, etc.
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|cindy||Vincent J. Banks, Midshipman|
Thank you for remembering and honouring our military.
My father was Navy, he taught me to remember the fallen and respect the standing.
The young man I named above, was my Nephew-in-law. I just found out he had a half-sister no one knew about! I have invited her to email me, none of his family is still living to tell her what a wonderful young man he was. I feel touched I can do tb
at I can do that for both of them.
Vince will have a sister, he would have loved, look after him and keep his memory alive.
Vincent was only the third midshipman to be buried at Annapolis cemetery. She has a brother to be proud of.
Thank you for your efforts.
PS.this is what happens when I "juggle" a cell phone. Sorry for the false starts.
Added by cindy on May 31, 2017 9:08 PM
|Tim Reynolds||L Farish|
Thanks for your suggested amendment to the above. Happy to oblige. It looks like the "Air Force" appendage to Army came from ShaneO. Certainly not my handiwork.
|Bronx Cop||Spec Kevin Francis Cregon|
I added a photo of his grave. He is buried at Calvary Cemetery, Woodside, Queens Co., NY, Section 1W, Row 28, Grave 7. Thank you for the great work!
|Alicelth||LTC Charles Davis|
Thank you for the virtual flower (medal) that you left for Great-Uncle Leo - that's how he was always referred to in the family. I've only known what a hero he was in the past year after doing some research. No one ever told any stories about him - that would have been wonderful to hear. There used to be the the Davis - Lewis family reunions in Jackson County - would you be related? Thank you again.
Added by Alicelth on Apr 17, 2017 12:59 PM
|Memory Keeper2||Thank you|
Thank you for honoring our veterans and their service on both Find A Grave and the Military Hall of Honor.
|Ronald Montague||RE: Else M. Barth Memorial# 123450469|
Her memorial has been removed. Thank you for notifying me.
|Bonnie Sisson Manning||RE: CPT Cud Thomas Baird, III|
Happy to be able to get the info from the Morehouse Enterprise - I'd suggest that you sort the articles and pictures so that they tell a better tale
Thanks for the photo! LG
Added by Leslie_G on Mar 13, 2017 4:43 PM
|Michael Elliott||Rufus Elliott|
Hello, I was told my Grandfather Charles A.Elliott went to Birch Tree Mo. around 1950 to help a cousin on his farm.Is your "A" Adelbert? Frederick Paul is his brothers name.Do you know my Family? Grampa Charlie was from St.Charles IL. His Father U.S. Elliott his John Farrell Elliott His Thomas Elliott b. in County Fermanagh Ulster
|Julia||RE: MG Raymond Earle Bell Memorial #128884868|
Glad you are able to use picture. Merry Christmas!
Added by Julia on Dec 25, 2016 12:42 PM
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