|Joe Todd (#47241447)|
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|I started working on the veterans buried in Washington County. I try to be polite and will transfer any of my enteries. I do not go by the Find A Grave guidelines. Anyone may use any photos I have posted because I belive in sharing everything to help in family research. I try to avoid duplicates but one slips through. If I enter a duplicate please let me know.|
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14,968 Memorials Added
14,446 Memorials Managed
16 Volunteer Photos Taken
8 Virtual Flowers
12 Virtual Cemeteries
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|Nancy G.||John C. Cotton - 60527340|
Hope you will check your e-mail today. I have written you a letter about John, and I'm so excited that you had a photo of him! Where in the world did you get that? I forgot to mention the photo in my e-mail to you. Today being Memorial Day, I hope that you will transfer his memorial page to me so that I can honor him by adding more about him and his family. Best regards to you from Atlanta, Georgia, Nancy G.
Added by Nancy G. on May 29, 2017 10:48 AM
|Palmtree Gothic||Memorial Request|
Hi, Joe. Will you please add my uncle's nickname and his parents (my grandparents) to his memorial. Many thanks, Kelly.
James M. "Speights" Eppler # 62382179
Parents: James Lee Eppler # 140668531 and Menta Estelle Speights Eppler # 140668548
|Debbie Dabrowski||RE: Dabrowski|
I don't know if my husband is related. It would be really nice if he was. My husband's great uncle was lost to the family back in the war. The Nazi's(?) came for him. He said "You will never see me again, no matter what" & nobody ever has. The family would love to know what happened to him. His name was Leszek Dabrowski, he was born in Lipno, Poland in at 1928. His mom was Alena Kreczman, she died at 24 years old after having 4 sons. His father was Fraciszek (Frank) Dabrowski, born in 1908. Another brother, Bernard Z Dabrowski died during the Korean War in 1953, born in 1934. My husband was named for him. Hubby's father was Wieslaw 1930-2004 & the last brother was Zdzislaw 1931-2010. Maybe someday we will have the answer. Thanks for the inquiry.
|Melissa Jueschke Precht||Lois Huston|
Would you please transfer this memorial to me; Lois is my grandmother, and I would like to update her parents' information. Thank you.
|Evelyn Anderson||Squire Goff Fogle and Ida Fogle|
I notice you reference Veterans grave sites at Memorial Park in Washington CO OK. Can you tell me if Squire Goff Fogle was in the military? I do not have any information on him being in the military. Also can you tell me which cemetery he is buried in? White Rose or Memorial Park. Do you have someone who could take a picture of the site of both Squire Goff Fogle and Ida M. Fogle and send it to me? Squire Goff Fogle was my great grandfather. Thanks for any help you can give me. Marie Anderson
|Teresa LeMaster Fordyce||Todd/McCall Families|
I have tried several times to contact you about the Todd/McCall memorials that you manage. I have a connection to this family and would really like to compare information with you. Please contact me at email@example.com.
Teresa LeMaster Fordyce
|Jean Louis Vijgen||RE: Marvin Adkins|
Thanks, you´re right, mixed-up, looked at his bio can afford any fault ,deleted him.
Thank you Joe for transferring Laura to me; good luck with your huge project on Military men you are working on for this county.
|Keith McDonald||RE: Minnie Martindale|
she is not related to me, saw the duplication while searching for surname... the other record has her with 3rd husband Robert Elsworth Patterson (1867 - 1914). as I said, you two managers should get together to determine what to do...
|Olive Hoffman||Memorial# 103374248|
Laura Ann Irvin Hoffman"
Hello Joe: would really truly appreciate you transferring Laura to me so I can update her information; many changes to be made which I discovered over time; married to my great grandfather. Thank you so much.
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