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Barnard/Hinderlider (#47566383)
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Highest Medal Awarded
MOH = Medal Of Honor

Second Highest Medal Awarded
DSC = Distinguished Service Cross (United States)

Equivalent Navy - Navy Cross
Air Force - Air Force Cross
Next (lower) Distinguished Service Medals: Defense, Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard

DSM = Distinguished Service Medal

AFC = Air Force Cross (United States)

AM = Air Medal

ARCOM = Army Commendation Medal

BSM = Bronze Star Medal

COM = Certificate of Merit Medal

DFC = Distinguished Flying Cross (United States)

NC = Navy Cross

OLC = Oak Leaf Cluster - This was a small oak leaf was a device issued to indicate a second award of a previous medal, such as the Purple Heart (PH) or the Bronze Star Medal(BSM).
(OLC = Gold, Silver, or Bronze)

PH = Purple Heart

POW = Prisoner of War

SS = Silver Star

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T & R Melton
Daniel Peck
If I would send you a photo of Daniel's head stone would you place it on here. He is not buried at Thompson Cemetery. Thank you
Added by T & R Melton on Jul 10, 2017 11:38 AM
SK Graff
Adler, Virginia
Would like to ask a favor....there are two memorials for Virginia; yours,Find A Grave Memorial# 82222226 and Find A Grave Memorial# 82220244. Could you possibly have the memorials merged? Thanking your in advance for your assistance. Shirley
Added by SK Graff on Dec 18, 2016 11:23 AM
T & R Melton
Hi I sent you an email about Daniel Peck and I'm not sure you got it. But I do have more info on Daniel and I have a photo and Gps Coordinates, that I would share with you if you are interested. Thanks Teresa
Added by T & R Melton on Nov 28, 2016 9:18 AM
Memorial #88022116 Robert Allison
The cemetery is incorrect for Robert and his wife both. Instead of Lowell Cemetery in Seneca County, it should be Lowell, Washington Co., OH. Lowell Cemetery in Washington County is better known as Greenlawn Cemetery.
Added by Della on Nov 22, 2016 2:41 PM
carol fasc
Sorry, his grave was almost completely covered ...did add his wife next to him also which wasn't as bad.
Added by carol fasc on Aug 12, 2016 11:43 AM
Ruth Perkin
Thank you for responding to the photo request and posting your beautiful photograph of her marker. I do appreciate the time and trouble you took to do this favor--thanks so much!
Added by paths2present on Jun 21, 2016 7:39 PM
4th great grand daughter
Catherine Salsbury Hinman # 24902808
My name is Ruth Tammen and Catherine is my 5th Great Aunt, her sister Amy Salsbury Cole is my 5th Great Grand mother. Henry Salsbury is my 6th Great Grand father. My Grand mother "Ruth McGowan", researched the Salsburys so many years ago, when there were no computors and she is the Bible in our genealogy when it comes to questions, so I just wanted to let you know that Catherine and Luther were married on 20 March 1803 in Claverack, N.Y. If you would like to correspond please do so {}
Added by 4th great grand daughter on Feb 15, 2016 5:18 PM
RE: Samuel Barnard
I love the stories. Thanks for sharing. And your Welcome, I enjoy helping.
Added by Shasta-wildflower on Oct 02, 2015 9:37 PM
RE: Barnard
So sad. Thank you for sharing info on Minnie and infant, and also her son Samuel. That explains why I could not find the infants stone.

Added by Shasta-wildflower on Oct 02, 2015 9:35 PM
T & R Melton
Daniel Peck
I am related to Daniel Peck.My GGG Grandmother was Catherine Kitty Peck Carr. I know you have him listed as being buried in the Thompson Cemetery. Do you know this for sure? I know of a Daniel Peck stone with the Death Date June 24, 1840, which I presumed to be Catherine Peck Carr's father. It is not in the Thompson Cemetery. I would love to correspond with you on this line. Thanks Teresa
Added by T & R Melton on Aug 21, 2015 5:18 AM
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