|Vadis Sagadraca (#47013214)|
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Since I'm in an empty nest at home and my husband is not yet retired, I find myself walking around cemeteries periodically. It's a good way to enjoy the out of doors and feel as if I'm doing something useful.|
Anyone is welcome to use any photograph for their personal use.
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|Ken Davis||Andrew Johnson National Cemetery|
Hi, Mrs. Sagadraca...
We are aware of 13 men who died as a result of service in Vietnam and are buried in Andrew Johnson National Cemetery.
I've used your marker photos to document place of burial in the Coffelt Database of Vietnam casualties for 11 of the 13. Your photos will be associated with their Coffelt records on our web site at http://www.CoffeltDatabase.org - they will be uploaded tonight.
Thank you for your generosity of spirit in taking the photos, and in allowing others to use your work.
Member, The Coffelt Group
|Marilyn K||Fred D Morris|
I know that you probably are just taking photos as they come up, but the one of Fred D Morris in the Andrew Johnson National Cemetery is not the one for Fred D who married Elsie Jane Rollins.
The marker is a Civil War Union marker and Fred wasn't worn until 1878.
He was also married to Emma Lillian Lowe until she died in 1931. He must have married Elsie between 1931 and when he died in 1936.
Thank you so much for your work.
I just wanted to say thank you for the transfer of this Marine memorial.
Added by Tony on Aug 26, 2015 11:35 AM
|John & Cynthia||Thanks for the tranfer|
Thanks for your kindness to transfer management for Roy McDonald Rollins.
Added by SMG on Apr 09, 2015 5:28 AM
|SMG||John & James Guthrie|
I believe you sent an edit to "link" John as James' father. I denied the edit then found that you were indeed CORRECT. Sorry I was a little too quick on that one but have done further research and also found James' wife. Thank you for your assistance.
Added by SMG on Apr 09, 2015 5:22 AM
Thank you for transferring his memorial.
Added by Tony on Mar 03, 2015 4:34 PM
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||Cpl Clifford COOTER|
Cpl Clifford COOTER was a member of Company B of the 41 Engineer Battalion. He died in Southern France on 20 November 1944. Cpl Cooter was buried in the temporary American cemetery LUYNES in grave B-20-240.
After the war his remains were repatriated and buried in the Andrew Johnson National Cemetery in grave H-27 in Greenville, Tennessee
|Justin Allen Cox||Harry Bernand 62261255|
Thank you for the info and adding his memorial with a grave photo.
I saw you created a page for Benjamin Potter. Are you a relative?
Added by Amber on Oct 09, 2013 7:51 AM
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