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Jerry C. Goldsmith (#47082379)
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Bio Photo JERRY POSING AT THE ELLIFF FAMILY PLOT IN MCDONALD COUNTY, MISSOURI.

I always knew that I would do some kind of volunteer work upon retiring. I came upon Find A Grave while researching our (wife and I) ancestry. I have never enjoyed photography, but I truly enjoy claiming, locating, taking pictures, and posting the marker/headstone for the requestors. My biggest disappointment is finding that a gravesite does not have a marker or headstone.

I do volunteer photos, but I also enjoy taking photos of markers for the veterans interred at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona and posting them to the memorial that was established by another volunteer.

I served 20 years in the United States Air Force retiring as an E7 (Master Sergeant) 1961-1981.

After retiring from the AF I was employed by the Drug Enforcement Administration as a Federal Investigator and accountant.
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J.Glenn
RE: Minerva Alabama Wilbanks-Rodden
Thank you for replying so quickly! I look forward to finding out more info and sharing anything I might know. I know this is a busy time for you, so I am looking forward to then. Thank you again!! J. Glenn
Added by J.Glenn on Feb 21, 2017 1:47 PM
J.Glenn
information of Minerva Alabama Rodden
I am wondering if you are a decendent o Minerva Alabama Wilbanks Rodden. She is my 2x great aunt and would like any information on her children, siblings, parents and etc. I know it's a long shot that you are but sometimes it worth taking a chance. lol

Thank you very much.
J.Glenn
Added by J.Glenn on Feb 21, 2017 8:08 AM
Linda Long
Mary Long
Mr. Goldsmith married Mary Margaret Long born Mar 19,1919 in Gibson County, TN and died Jan 25, 2000 in Milan, Gibson County, TN. Do not know where she is buried. Her parents are George Levi Long and Lucy Caldonia Ellison. They are buried at the Rose Hill Cemetery in Humboldt, Gibson County, TN
Added by Linda Long on Feb 15, 2017 4:08 PM
Melissa
RE: Virginia Goldsmith
Jerry,
I completely understand how busy tax season is! Take your time. I tried to do an edit but there isn't a spot for "duplicate". Basically it took me to a spot to send a message. So whenever you get a chance to look if I can be of any help please feel free to contact me.
Melissa
Added by Melissa on Feb 14, 2017 4:34 PM
Melissa
Virginia Goldsmith
You manage two profiles, one for Virginia Jennings (Find A Grave #74870242) and Virginia Medina Goldsmith (Find A Grave #74870043) I believe she is the same person. According to the U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, these are Virginia Jennings name listing:
Nov 1944: Name listed as VIRGINIA LEE JENNINGS; Jan 1964: Name listed as VIRGINIA LEE MEDINA;
06 Aug 1979: Name listed as VIRGINIA LEE GOLDSMITH;
02 Jun 2004: Name listed as VIRGINIA L GOLDSMITH

Her DOB is: 26 Apr 1929
Her DOD is: 22 May 2004

I will gladly send an edit if you would like but I figured just sending the DOB and DOD here would be just as easy.
Melissa
Added by Melissa on Feb 12, 2017 8:09 PM
Peggy Dochterman
Dee Marvin Elliff, Sr.
Are you related to the Elliff's? If so, would be interested in discussing linkage to Hyde's from Scotland County, Missouri.
Added by Peggy Dochterman on Feb 05, 2017 1:30 PM
Brandon O'Rear
RE: Susie Webb
You're Welcome.
Added by Brandon O'Rear on Dec 08, 2016 11:31 PM
Brandon O'Rear
Susie Webb
I sent her obituary to the edit on her memorial. Hope that's ok for you, sometimes I have a problem with sending obits any other way.
Added by Brandon O'Rear on Dec 08, 2016 9:19 PM
Brandon O'Rear
Sgt. Leonard Ward KIA ~ VIETNAM
I saw the flowers you added to Leonard Ward's Memorial. I just sent the obituary ~ hope Find A Grave adds it to his memorial. I think we should honor those who have died for our country and telling the story of their life & death is a beginning. Don't Let Their Memory Die. Have a Nice evening
Added by Brandon O'Rear on Dec 08, 2016 8:40 PM
Jeannie Scarber
Bernard Acton
Thank you for photographing the Veterans, especially the World War One Veterans during the WWI Centennial.
--The Great War Doughboy Search
Added by Jeannie Scarber on Nov 24, 2016 9:03 PM
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