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I have obits if you'd like them. It might be after Easter
|Sgt. USMC||DPAA Identifies LCpl Killian|
Marines Missing From Vietnam War Identified (House, Killen, Runnels)
The remains of Marine Corps Capt. John A. House, II; Lance Cpl. John D. Killen, III; and Cpl. Glyn L. Runnels, Jr., have now been accounted for. House was assigned to HHM-265 Marine Aircraft Group 16, and Killen and Runnels were assigned to Company A, 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion, 3rd Marine Division, when their aircraft crashed in Vietnam, June 30, 1967. Two additional service members were previously identified from this crash, Marine Lance Cpl. Merlin R. Allen and Navy Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Michael B. Judd. Their remains were returned to their families for burial with full military honors. Interment services are pending.
|Mark Labrie||Sgt Charlie Tidwell Gazaway|
Anyone know Sgt Charlie Tidwell Gazaway parents are or know a spouses name or if he had a child or children in Vietnam?
|Friends of Rocky Versace ||F-a-G Memorial # 61655610 (Col J. Austin)|
Thank you for creating the F-a-G Memorial for Col Joseph Austin (# 61655610) at the Courts of the Missing, Nat'l Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu Memorial. You asked for the whereabouts of an "IMo" stone for him or his final resting place. I've done research on this, to include asking his West Point classmates. He is still MIA in SEA from the Vietnam War and there is no known "In Memory of" stone at Arlington Nat'l Cemetery or the West Point Cemetery.
Craig was a good friend of my husbands - I have the newspaper clipping where Barbara got his medals. I would like to pass it along to his family if they would like to have it.
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|Conner ||Harry Lawrence Mclamb|
a picture of him and his wife http://www.honorstates.org/index.php?id=320822
Added by Conner on Feb 12, 2017 11:34 AM
|Cassandra Swiger||RE: Sp4 Charles Franklin White|
You are very welcome. The picture of his tombstone is already on find a grave. He was actually buried in Florida. The burial information on this page is incorrect. I don't know if it is possible To link the two memorials for Charles Franklin White, I'm new to this site, but am hoping that someone will be able to correct the information. I know that when his sister claimed his body, she took him back to Florida with her to be buried.
|Michael Larsen||RE: Paul Helwig|
Thanks Edna, appreciate it.
|Patti Leland||RE: Joseph Musetti|
Actually I am trying to help you. I know there is no visble stone for Joseph Musetti in Southwest Harborand he wasn't buried (at sea) but I want to figure out what went on with the bronx plaque that you have referred to. I have learned that he had a 7 month old niece die in 1961. She was buried in the Joseph's mother's family lot. Can you tell me what is on the plaque that was delivered to SWH?
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