|Debbie (Tetrault) & Bruce Almeida (#47579262)|
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I (Bruce)was born in RI and lived there the first 20 years of my life. I joined the USAF in 1978 and was stationed at Minot AFB ND. In 1980 I returned for a visit and married my wife Debbie(Tetrault of Providence RI) of now 34 years (May). We lived there for the next six years and started our family and all three of our kids were born in Minot ND. In Nov 1986 I was medically retired from the Air Force with a 100% service connected disability, and moved to Colorado Springs CO and raised our family there over the next nineteen years. When our children became of age and looked to start their own adult lives. Debbie and I had fell in Love through visits to Hawaii and felt we were in need of warmer weather than our homes (RI, ND, CO) of the past had to offer. So in 2004 we sold almost all we had and with little more than what we had on our back (and what $5000 would Ship (that was not much)). We set off to start life anew in Hawaii. We LOVE Hawaii!
Being retired and disabled, I fill request for Find-A-Grave here on the island of Oahu Hawaii at Punchbowl, National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, and the many National (Cenotaph) Memorials honoring our Servicemen that gave their lives from WWII to present. Because I have a 100% service connected disability myself when I get to fill a request I also like to do a little above and beyond for brother serviceman and their families and friends. Along with the photos I take I also do a GPS waypoint reading using an iPhone app and use this in helping families and friends find views of the grave area. I think this a powerful area of Find A Grave that most don't know about or don't use.
Edit Plot: add Latitude: Longitude:.
See this memorial for an example:
GPS (lat/lon) example memorial
Find-A-Grave General Guidelines: The copyright of all photos posted to Find A Grave remains with the original submitter. No use of photos for any other website or personal use is given without prior consent of the original submitter.
SO, I guess I also give my consent , you may use any of the photos I have taken anyway you like. All I ask is that maybe adding the tag "photo by" if used it other than on the find-a-grave site would be a nice thing to add in return for the use.
Please Enjoy our photos and work.
Aloha from Hawaii
Bruce & Debbie Almeida
Find-A-Grave (#47579262) and
ancestry.com (All_In_Our_Family) Volunteers
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|Tisha||John Malcolm Donald|
Thank you for doing this! He is my second cousin twice removed, and I am so happy to get this picture!
Added by Tisha on Dec 07, 2016 7:44 PM
|Vicki Holton||FAG # 78244387|
Hi, I am working on cleaning up Fairview Cemetery in Salida, Colorado. I have found a duplicate for Vernon Francis Knipp, above referenced Find A Grave #. The first Find A Grave was added in 2010 and your Find A Grave was added later. Could you please take a look and delete your Find A Grave is you agree. Thanks in advance.
|Donna M L W||Edwin C Hopkins|
I am posting this to three creaters in hopes that it will be noted that this Pearl Harbor sailor to be reburied.
His body was never identified and buried in a mass grave. Through DNA testing his remains are now going to be layed to rest with his parents in New Hampshire.
Posted September 19, 2016 Courier Post
Please use this link details
F3 Edwin Chester Hopkins
Maintained by: Joe Todd
Originally Created by: CWGC/ABMC
Record added: Aug 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 56111182
Edwin C Hopkins
Created by: Debbie (Tetrault) & Bruc...
Record added: Oct 07, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 77749400
On marker with his parents it is noted his burial is "USS Oklahoma Memorial "
Edwin Chester Hopkins
Created by: A Helper
Record added: Dec 31, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 140711154
|Stephen P. Burke||Sgt. Oscar L. Niece, Jr. - FAG #56126975|
I am doing my wife's Gunter genealogy. She has a cousin "Oscar Lee Niece Jr." in her family history. He was killed in World War II in military service. Unfortunately that is all the information that is listed. This Oscar Niece just might be her cousin, but unconfirmed! Wondering if you might have additional information?
Please be advised that the Memorial abone is a duplicate of one I created almost a year before yours in Oddfellows Cemetery, Madisonville, KY.
|Iris Plowman||Your FAG Memorial #80569737|
Hello, I would like to bring to your attention the above memorial that you added for my uncle, Walter Henry Sollie. You did a nice job, but it is a duplicate of his memorial which was added in 2010. The original Find A Grave memorial # is 56132170. Would you please remove your memorial, as the original one is more complete. Thank you, Iris Sollie Plowman
|Dennis Brown||Cecil Everett Barncord|
Hi, My name is Dennis Brown, I just noticed you have a duplicate Memorial of Cecil that I maintain.
However, I like yours better, Do you know how to merge memorials? I would still like to maintain since it is my grandmother's sisters son. #56114694
Thank you very much. Dennis Brown
|Lyn Long||PFC Robert Holmes USS Oklahoma|
Debbie & Bruce
Robert K. Holmes, USMC, KIA Pearl Harbor was my cousin. Here is the link to his mother on findagrave.com if you want to link his family.
This is the link to his father.
Added by Lyn Long on May 17, 2016 8:47 AM
|Janet Davis||Capt. Jack C. Davis|
A while back you very kindly photographed Jack's name at the Courts of the Lost. He was my husband's father's cousin. We just returned from a vacation to Hawaii and with the posting of the gps coordinates had an easy time locating his name on the wall. Thank you again for your help! It was very special to be able to see it first hand. Took a photo of my husband standing under Jack's name.
|Noelani||Ens. L. Bailey Pride, Jr.|
Aloha! I've become very interested in this young man, who was lost on the Oklahoma. I've only recently learned about what has been going on with the remains that were recovered from the wreck. It bothers me, greatly, that they have been hidden and exhumed more than once. Since the bones were jumbled together, I think a mass grave at the beautiful memorial site would be the most reverent thing to do.
I first heard about the USS Oklahoma in 1970, at Waipahu High School, where I was a student. My dad, a career Marine, had just been transferred to Camp Smith. My high school history teacher showed Japanese films of the attack, including footage of the Oklahoma turning turtle. It made me cry to see it.
Anyway, I was wondering where you found the information, and pictures, of Bailey's parents. According to what little I've been able to find, he was their only child. If they had other children, and have relatives still living, they could help with any chance of identifying his remains, or maybe close the book on such efforts, if there is no one to get DNA from.
Also, I wondered where you got the picture from the Lucky Bag, with his signature. The 1941 Lucky Bag is on archives.org, as part of the Nimitz library. Bailey Pride is listed in the index to bios as being on page 200. Unfortunately, pages 199 and 200 are missing. I went to a yearbooks site, yearbooks.com, or something, and looked at the 1941 Lucky Bag, there, and the same two pages are missing. I want to read his bio! If you found a copy of the Lucky Bag that is not missing those pages, I would sure like to know about it!
Anyway, I really appreciate all of your efforts regarding these men. It's a shame they weren't recognized, for so long, but I think that wonderful memorial is perfect!
Darillyn Lamb Starr (AKA Noelani)
Added by Noelani on Mar 14, 2016 9:38 PM
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