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|Sr Francis Casey||Correction of father's name|
Searching for Capt Smith's parents resting place, with information the Captain's first cousin told me regarding the Captain's mother Eugenia (who is the cousin's aunt on his mother's side) I found that Captain's father is Oliver Stanley Smith. He died in 1954 and is buried with his wife Eugenia who died in 1994, and their resting place is also in St Mary's Cemetery in Assumption Illinois. The Captain's wife told us that she erected Capt Smith's memorial headstone next to his parents in 1975, and at the time the Captain's mother was still living, passing in 1994. Oliver Smith was born in 1894 and was a World War 1 veteran, serving in the US Army. (Find A Grave Memorial# 71960071). Again, thank you for providing this memorial for Capt Smith. It's been invaluable in our research to bring closure to his family as they prepare to bring him 'home'.
|Robert Douglas Wise||RE: Major John Bernard Sullivan, III.|
Edna -- Per your request, I have added crypt photos to the memorials for Col. J.B.Sullivan II and his wife, Mary A.Sullivan.
|James P. Harter||William Blue Klenart|
Was in another squadron on the Constellation in 1966, and got to know Klenert. Found his name on the Travelling Vietnam Wall today along with his pilot Thomas C. Kolstad. God bless.
|James P. Harter||William Blue Klenart|
|Robert Douglas Wise||Major John B. Sullivan III|
Edna -- I have added (19 May 2017)to the memorial a photo of the crypt at Calvary Cemetery in Pittsburgh, PA where the cremated remains of Major Sullivan were placed on 4 Feb 1991. -- R.D.Wise, USAF 1969-73.
|Faith Giles||Maj Paul F Johns|
I would just like to thank you so much for providing this information on Paul. I've been looking for even the smallest detail to learn more about him in the past 2 years. I have a POW/MIA bracelet with his name on it, and especially since he was never found, I've been searching for any important info about him. He was an amazing man and amazing pilot. Do you have any more information about Paul? Thank you again for your contribution...it means a lot, especially to an aspiring pilot.
|Sr Francis Casey||Captain Joseph S Smith Assumption Ill|
I want to let you know that Capt Smith's remains have been found in Cambodia, with the wreckage of his plane, and on May 4,2017 they were positively identified as Capt Smith via DNA comparison testing. His closest living relative - a first cousin - is elderly and deaf, and can't hear on the phone, so I had to relay this information from the US Air Force to him today.I am a member of the 'Find A Grave' family, and thought I'd look to see if I could find where his parents were buried, as we were told there is a memorial stone in a cemetery in Assumption. I was thrilled to see the headstone and a picture of Capt Smith! I will print them out for his cousin, who lives in New York State, to see. We are going to begin the process (paperwork...)to bring him home in a couple of weeks. Hopefully by the end of June he will be back in Assumption. Thank you for the wonderful memorial you created for him.
|Lynda Kennedy||HAZEL CRAIG|
Do you know the section number and lot number. If not its almost impossible to locate the marker in such a large cemetery. If you don't have it you can call the cemetery at 281-332-3111 and they will look it up for you. I will be happy to go photograph the marker for you.
|James Straub||SGT PUGH- 63818165|
I HAVE A OBITUARY FROM THE HARTFORD COURANT, HARTFORD, CT(20 DEC 1967) THAT STATES SGT. PUGH IS BURIED AT NORTHWOOD CEMETERY(SOLDIERS FIELD)WINDSOR, CT AND NOT WHAT YOU HAVE POSTED.
HAWAII? THANK YOU FOR UPDATING.
JUST TRYING TO SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT!
I WOULD HAVE SENT THE OBITUARY TO YOU...BUT THERE WAS NO EMAIL ADDRESS TO SEND IT TO..MINE IS STRAUBEE1@YAHOO.COM IF YOU WANT TO CONTACT ME AND I'LL SEND THAT TO YOU.
|Deborah Heffley||RE: Gary Shank|
I think they are his parents. When I did the math, it seemed to fit.
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