|David Blewster Knight (#47958606)|
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I'm David, and one of my many hobbies involves genealogy and family history, which I have pursued more than 30 years. I have watched Find A Grave's growth over the last several years and have found it to be an important and very useful resource. Hence, I have elected to become a more active participant, as time permits. As a volunteer, my prime interest is in assisting other genealogists and family historians in obtaining photographs of the graves of their kin.|
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31,627 Memorials Added
31,555 Memorials Managed
1,106 Volunteer Photos Taken
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|Sharla||Dorothy & Keith|
Thank you so very much for the exceptional photo for Dorothy & Keith memorials. I appreciate all you do for find a grave......Thanks!!!
Added by Sharla on Jan 28, 2017 4:59 AM
|Deborah A Sakamoto||photo - Stanley Nakakura|
Mahalo! Always appreciate your time and efforts. 🌺
|helenpatricia||Information concerning FAG # 113652049|
Please add link to Galusha's brothers and mother.
Adrian T. Samson, Find A Grave# 110726906; Calistus D. Samson, Find A Grave# 113652052; Annie (Anna) Butler Samson, Find A Grave# 106579847.
Galusha was born to John Samson, Jr. born 11 Jan 1823 in Dutchess County, New York ; D. 16 Dec 1880, Santa Clara county, CA--grave location unknown, and Anna Butler Samson, his wife, who was born Ireland 1833 and died 16 June, 1903, probably in San Francisco, CA. He was raised in Santa Clara County, California. He moved to Honolulu in 1895 and on 8 Feb 1900, married in Honolulu Agnes Agnew, born CA 1878; D. Honolulu, 1950. They had two children, Walter Howard Samson, b. 11 Nov 1900 in Honolulu, Hawaii Territory; d. Aug. 1978, Honolulu, Hawaii, and Hazel Ruth Samson, b. 11 July 1905, Honolulu and d. 26 April 1993, Honolulu, Hawaii.
|Charlene Hart||August Akina|
Mahalo for posting a picture of my uncle's head stone. I was 2 when he died on Dec. 7, 1941 at Hickam AFB. He was the master plumber there, and lived on the base. During the attack, he was helping to carry a wounded airman on a stretcher when a Japanese plane strafed them. I never knew where he was buried but, thanks to you, will pay my respects at Oahu Cemetery the next time I visit Honolulu.
Charlene Hart (Big Island)
|Kaloelgrey3||Campo & Borchardt Pix|
Mahalo! Appreciate your time. 👍🏼
|Leilani Oliver Chung||Irma Ruth Silva Agard - Oahu Cemetery|
Thank you for taking the time to try to locate the marker for Irma Agard. It is disappointing that the marker is not transcribed. But I do appreciate you getting back to me and letting me know the news.
|Allen Kapali||Henry Kemiki Kapali|
Mahalo for taking the time to take a picture of my brother Henry's gravesite plaque at Punchbowl.
|Miguel Serrano||Pvt Alejandro Torres|
Dear Mr. David Blewster Knight
On behalf of our family, please accept our most profound gratitude for posting the photograph of our beloved uncle and brother Alejandro - memorial stone.
It was very comforting to my mother and my aunts.
Miguel Angel Serrano Torres
|Lisa Wheeler||Duane Wilson's grave|
Thank you SO much for taking the time and effort to go take the photo of Duane Wilson's gravestone for me. This is my 98 year old father-in-law's brother-in-law. We live in Florida so he obviously would not be able to get to Hawaii to visit. This will mean so much to him and the entire family.
I've taken a few photos as well for findagrave to pay it forward.
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