|Stephen Dippel (#48014291)|
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|June Phillips||RE: Daniel Digges|
Thanks for connecting the links! Keep up the good work!
|Dan Phelan||RE: PFC James L Simmons, Jr. photo--thank you!|
He was not family. I'm volunteering for a researcher who is locating and photographing all MD WWII casualties' graves and markers in Maryland. James Simmons' name is on the list here:
The list for all Maryland, by counties, is at:
I've taken many of the pictures in the greater Baltimore area, as well as some on trips to the DC and Cumberland area.
If you ever see photo requests from me in that area, they are typically those of these casualties.
|Dan Phelan||PFC James L Simmons, Jr. photo--thank you!|
Thank you so much for the photo of James Simmons' marker! As you can see from his bio, he was killed in action in WWII.
|Chuck Hilton||Roland Francis Wyvill|
Thank you Stephen for the pic of his monument.
|Diane Clobus Dean||Aline M. Wood Entzian @ First Lutheran Bowie|
You were kind enough to try to get a photo for Aline Entzian back in Dec. 2014, but there was no headstone for her. So you had added a photo of the area where she was buried.
There is now a headstone for her and her husband Ernest who passed 2016. I took a headstone photo and added it to both their memorials yesterday.
Could you please delete the photo you added, since there is now a headstone photo?
Thank you in advance and thank you for your initial photo and checking with the office about the location.
|KatAlg||RE: John Gardner|
Hello, I believe the inscription is Unser Liebling which is German for Our Darling. It does look like it is a T.
Added by KatAlg on Jun 16, 2017 7:21 PM
|Sherlocks Cousin||RE: August Zurovetz|
You are more than welcome.
|Bill Schraeder||RE: Rosa & Bernard Engbers, Matilda Brenner|
Glad I could help. Bill
|Kurt Johnson||Ann Rice|
Thank you for the picture of her marker.
|AAW||Rose Ward Hunt|
Thank you for looking for Rose Ward Hunt's grave marker.
Rose was buried in the original cemetery (which was within the DC borders), so when they moved the bodies they probably did not move many of the gravestones, even assuming that there were any for the Hunt family.
Added by AAW on Jan 08, 2017 9:31 PM
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