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I've been very aware of my family's history my entire life, Since having children, I've started researching my husband's family as well. |
The USS Asheville is another history quest for me. A family member served in the Asheville during the war, and was lost with all but one of his ship mates. I'm currently trying to update their memorials to better honor these men who made such a great sacrifice.
A big THANK YOU! to Dave Dwiggins for taking a photo of the afore mentioned family member's name on the Tablets of the Missing memorial located in the Manila American Cemetery in the Philippines. We likely never would have had this photo without Dave's help. His site Indiana Soldiers & Sailors is dedicated to honoring Hoosiers buried/honored in the Manila American Cemetery, but by request, he will take photos for families of other states. We are eternally grateful to be non-Hoosier family #72!
Dave also enlightened me to the services provided by the American Battle Monuments Commission. If you find a relative buried in an overseas military cemetery, follow the links from ABMC, usually listed as the original creator of the memorial page, to the ABMC website to see what is available to the families.
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|cathy w||Hazel Hoag|
Are you related to Hazel?
I am researching her life, Was she once married to William Eybs? Any info that you have would be appreciated.
Cathy W. Find A Grave MN
Added by cathy w on Jul 06, 2017 5:12 PM
|Jean Louis Vijgen||Clyde W. Albee Jr.|
I was looking for info about him and saw yours, I saw his date and thought wrong.
But saw later on the right date, sorry, good story and Virtual Cemetery about the USS Asheville.
Regards Jean Louis
|harry ewing||RE: Charles Ewing|
Thanks for the reply. I'm aware of the tablet of the Missing in Manila.
|harry ewing||charles earl ewing|
Charles Ewing was my uncle. I am,
|Susan Johannaber||Ann E. Hoag|
I am researching Ann E. Hoag and am questioning the dates given in your Find A Grave entry. Should her birthdate be 1835? Does her death certificate reference her father as Michael Devine and her husband as Elbert Freeman Hoag? I have also seen her name as Ann Euphenia Unknown. I would love to think that your information is correct but I want to make sure before I go further with this. Thank you for your help.
|Inez Paullus||RE: Frances Whitcomb Payson|
Thanks. I can see Mr. Ivey took pictures of the
head stone. That is great. I appreciate those pictures as I live in Az. and haven't got back there since I started doing Find A Grave.
|Mark Edwin Thomas||Transfer Request.|
Thank-you for the Transfer Request of George Moseley.
Take Care, Mark Edwin Thomas
|LLW||RE: Edwin Whitcomb photo|
Your are very welcome - I also added his wife to her memorial.
Added by LLW on Nov 18, 2012 8:48 PM
|Glenn Harris||Infant Welch|
Thanks for looking for me. I'm in the middle of moving and am being pulled in six directions. (-:
|Glenn Harris||Welch's of Cherokee County Iowa|
I know you are researching the Welch family and I was wondering. I have a marker for a child at Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Aurelia that the name has worn off the top of the marker but the inscription is easily read. It says:
Son of Frank and Maud Welch
Born 26 October, 1902
Died 5 April, 1904
Is he the child of one of your relatives and if so do you have a name?
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