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Thankful for Find a Grave as I feel it brings us closer to those we know who have passed on. I hope I can be of help to anyone who might be looking for a loved one.|
I am a native New Mexican. Having lived in all 4 time zones, I currently reside in Northern California.
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|Ed Sanders||RE: Vernon McDaniel|
Thank you for the message. I came across the photo and newspaper clipping while scanning the contents of the McDaniels family photos in Colorado Springs for a friend of mine. He was related to Vernon McDaniel so I looked him up on Find A Grave and found his memorial. The date of birth needs to be updated since we have his gravestone with March 24th 1922 listed as his dob.
The family had the clipping and photo for some seventy years before I came across it.
Glad we could contribute to the young man's legacy.
My father was in the Army Corps of Engineers in the Pacific.
Cheers, Ed Sanders
would be genealogist
|Michele Jones||RE: Charles Williams|
My great uncle, Charles Alvin Williams was born June 13, 1921. Per his birth certificate, his parents, my great-grandparents, are Geo S. Williams and Laura Murch (who later remarried and became Laura Curtis).
I suppose there is always a possibility that two Charles A. Williams could have been born on the same day. I am still searching for a death certificate to link it all together for certainty.
|Sidney||RE: Dorothy E. Waite|
You are quite welcome. :)
Added by Sidney on Jul 18, 2017 5:27 AM
|Michael Grantham||RE: Rosalie Dunlap|
We just happened to be in the area. I tried to submit a picture of their family plot. But the file was too large and cell service was very intermittent. There was evidence of a visitor to her grave from sometime in the last year. The view from the area is captivating. I am positive those resting in the area will forever rest in peace.
|KAREN LOVY||RE: Edith Schulman|
Your very Welcome
|Investigator||RE: James Smith|
Recommend you contact Tom Oblinger (email@example.com) who has conducted extensive research of his father's service in WWII and completed a book:
Old Man from the Repple Depple: The story of an infantry replacement ...
Thomas E. Oblinger - 2007 - řHistory
times since arriving in France three weeks earlier. It was the American Soldier's slang term for Replacement Depot. On occasion itwas also calleda ôRepo Depo.
|Investigator||RE: James Smith|
You are so welcome, it was my privilege. I am also working to establish memorial for all the KIA in Vietnam.
Having grown up near Ft. Jackson, SC (Columbia) I can remember the Big Red One being here before and after WWII. Having served 30 years and retired I am overly familiar with the history of the Big Red One. It also has a lengthy history in Vietnam.
Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance in your endeavors.
SGM Ron Cook Sr., USA Ret.
|Patricia Fabri||RE: 1st Infantry Divisiion|
As long as it's not considered a duplicate.
|Frederic Blais||RE: Francisco Amato|
I Left... but I will go back in a while to take other pictures. Take your time to add requests, but not the whole division please. :)
|Frederic Blais||RE: Mathew Autovino|
never give up! Glad I helped, especially when it's about the Big Red One.
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