|Dr N Todd (#47569433)|
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Crest of the Descendants of the Jersey Settlers of Adams County, Mississippi. I have been tracking the descendants of Rebecca Malinda Swayze, 1806-1875, (Mrs. Alexander Monroe Brown), who came from Kingston, Mississippi, to the Oregon Territory over the Oregon Trail in 1847. Her family settled on the Columbia river in the area that became Kenton of North Portland. Surnames of her children: Brown, Dray, McIntire, Ricketts, Tooley.|
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|Sandra SmithSadra||Cpl William Albert Todd|
Thought you migh like to have this, I am the Memorial Biographer for the 507thPIR in WW2 and have prepared a bio for each of the troopers killed in action. Pleas enjoy a visit to my FB page where I memorialize each trooper on his birth and death day.[ 507th pir in ww2 memorial]
Corporal William A Todd a/k/a Albert William Todd
82nd Airborne/507th PIR/RHQ
Cpl Todd was born August 30, 1918 in Franklin, Washington and was killed in action on Wednesday June 7, 1944 during the Airborne invasion of Normandy.
Cpl Todd is the son of Price L Todd [1885-1958] the owner of a general store in Spokane and the son of Ellen Stafford Todd [1887-1937]
The 1930 US Census for Spokane, Meade County, Washington shows Todd residing at # 46 Courtland with his parents and brother Lewis K Todd [b.5-23-1915 Montana died 12-26-1998WA].
Cpl Todd enlisted in the Army on March 15, 1942 at Fort Lewis, Washington. His enlistment record states William had completed 1 year
of high school , was single and 5'10 and 148lbs.
Cpl Todd married Marion Eunice Thorson at unknown place or date.
During Operation Neptune June 6, 1944 Cpl Todd parachuted from his C47 Troop Transport plane with Tail#4232932/Chalk#69/#8 Drop Order
Cpl Todd was awarded the Purple Heart Medal, the Bronze Star and the Croix de Guerre Unit Citation [French] European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with Bronze Service Star and Arrowhead, WW2 Victory Medal, WW2 Honorable Service Lapel Button, Parachute Badge, Combat Infantryman Badge, Presidential Distinguished Unit Emblem
Cpl Todd is interred the Normandy American Cemetery, Colleville-sur-Mer, France at
Plot C Row 18 Grave17
|Brian Harvey||Trooper H J Pelham|
You attached the following message to Trooper H J Pelham died 18 March 1919 Cairo, Egypt.
Born 13 Jan 1881, Wellington, NZ, son of Thomas William Pelham & Ellen Shirley Pelham. Husband of Maude Frances Rowen Pelham. [My gt. Uncle].
However, the service records of Trooper Henry James Pelham died 17 March 1919, Cairo, Egypt disclose service number 3144, he was born Botany, Sydney, NSW, Australia and his wife is Florence Ethel Pelham and he enlisted 2 Feb 1917 at Parramatta and is aged 26 years and 10 months. Buried Cairo war Cemetery, grave Q289.
I believe his parents to be Henry Kingsmill Pelham & Elizabeth Martha Simmons.
|Farrar and related families||RE: Farrar Cemetery in Adams Co., MS|
Thank you for your note and for your application of your skillful expertise. Can you help to make the necessary changes to the find a Grave site? Do you know how? You have a deeper knowledge of the cem. of these folks than do most people.
|CRTM||Alice Phipps Farrar in King Cemetery, Kingston MS|
I noticed you have been kind enough to document this cemetery - thank you. There are two additional Farrars there - the infant sons of Daniel and Alice Phipps Farrar. FYI. Carla
Added by CRTM on Dec 11, 2013 11:32 AM
|Farrar and related families||PVT vs PFC|
I think that the Find a Grave just gives a Salutation for PVT so I had suggested that one. Thanks for your note.
|Jimbob BillyJoe||Capt John Ogden|
Thanks so much for your time and effort to get the photos of Capt Ogden's grave. Your help is much appreciated!