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Kayleigh (#46910709)
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Bio Photo I am active on FindAGrave and Ancestry and am trying to collaborate information between the two as it becomes available for the purposes of education and geneology. If you notice an incorrect entry or wish to assume management of an entry I have posted please let me know (the entry you want to request must be a close relative, no more than one generation away from you). I reserve the right to maintain management of any entry for direct family.

Because this seems to have become a problem as of late I need to note that I WILL NOT under any circumstances (barring a request from an Administrator) remove an entry because you created a duplicate made after mine or because you assumed ownership of a duplicate made after my entry. You may suggest corrections or additions if you have information I have not included but please do not ask me to delete my original for your convenience. FindAGrave rules clearly state that before creating an entry you should first search for the individual to avoid duplicates.
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J. Green
Amos W Hancox
Your grandfather was also awarded the Army Combat Infantryman Badge, the Army Good Conduct Award and the European, African, Middle Eastern Campaign Medal. Based on the fact that he entered the Army in Nov 42 he may have been in another unit before going to Co. D, 18th. May have been sick, injured etc. at some point causing him to be reassigned.
Added by J. Green on Jan 29, 2017 9:45 AM
Tree Leaf
RE: Clara Zimmerman
Hello; you are SO very welcome, and thank you SO much for taking the time to leave me both of those kind notes.

That is really the reason I do this - to try to help others if possible. Those notes and your kind words just made my day.

I am so glad it was helpful!
Added by Tree Leaf on Feb 17, 2016 5:58 PM
Tree Leaf
Clara Zimmerman
Sent you the transcribed obituary and funeral notice for Clara Zimmerman. (Cause of death contained therein.)

Hope it is helpful to you.

Added by Tree Leaf on Feb 17, 2016 4:17 PM
Catharine Latta Shakespeare Rockenfield
My cousin told me that there was a family member that died a while back ago. That knew where Catharine Latta Shakespeare Rockenfield grave was. All that I remember is that is was an unmarked grave. And that there are no records that have been found. Jerry R. Smith
Added by katmandew56 on Nov 03, 2014 2:42 AM
Quincy Gems
Hello! My great uncle played for the Gems just after WWII, during the time before or during Red Crowder. I'll have to confirm that some more with his son who is still alive.

Anyway, I thought I'd respond since I saw the flower note you left about the team.

Anything else you know about the team would be very interesting.

Added by RCS on Feb 14, 2014 7:37 PM
Connie F
RE: Fern Knight Hancox
I have transferred Mrs. Hancox to you for your care. Always happy to have family interested. Connie
Added by Connie F on Mar 26, 2013 10:48 AM
Lillie Riney
RE: Thanks for all you do!
Thanks for the kudos.
Added by Lillie Riney on Nov 23, 2012 11:16 PM
Thank you so much for Willis' entry;
you did a great job
Added by J.R.L. on Aug 16, 2012 2:23 PM
Debbie Gibson
RE: Re: Hi!
yea i know about the first cemetery and that not all were removed . At Madison there is a sign stating it was the Old Cemetery but I believe that is pretty much it. It is so sad that those left are not being respected. It doesnt seem that there are too many people now a days do not care enough about the past.
Added by Debbie Gibson on May 13, 2011 8:54 PM
Debbie Gibson
RE: Hi!
I have often had those same thoughts about Madison Park. Why is not more being done to remember the people that are there. I do have a book from the genealogical society that has an index of names of people that were buried there and about where the cemetery was right on the corner of 24th and maine to the best of my knowledge. I have went thru all the old newspaper articles and have put them up on the site that I host for Adams County as my way of remembering those lost. I have had people requesting photos of someone there and I have to tell them the story. It is sad most people now don't even know that was a cemetery until I tell them. I am glad to see someone else holds my interests.
Added by Debbie Gibson on May 13, 2011 9:23 AM
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