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|William Prentiss Clark, SFC, USArmy Retired Disabl (#47054894)|
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Retired US Army Vietnam (1969-1970) Disabled Retired, SFC E-7. 20 Years 3 Months and 5 Days Service. Stationed other than USA , Dominican Republic (1965) Germany (1968-1969), Vietnam (1969-1970), Korea (1973-1976), Alaska (1981-1982).|
If you would like to use one of my photos of your family's marker for personal use, you have my permission.
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|Joanna Stokes||RE: Amos Warren Futch, Jr.|
I added his memorial as well as his wife's and added a family link to his father. Amos Futch Jr. is memorial #182170213.
|Joanna Stokes||RE: Amos Warren Futch, Sr|
I took a photo a while back of this headstone per your photo request. I was out at the same cemetery in a different garden yesterday and also photographed Amos Jr & his wife's stone if you are interested in those as well. I remembered the name!
|Barbara Wiley Hamby||Bill Shurden|
Thanks for the transfer.
|Nancy Yankie Sidarous||Johnny Bynum Memorial|
Thank you very kindly for furnishing the correct cemetery location for Mr Bynum. My memorial was created first, but I went on and deleted mine as it seemed the right thing to do. I added his handsome young photo in uniform to the other memorial. Thanks very much. Happy Trails, Nancy
|Clark||RE: Robbie Shannon Trant's grave marker photos|
You are more than welcome Sir! When I saw the request, I couldn't believe that there wasn't already a photo of her marker. Mrs. Trant has a very special place in my heart. She was my science teacher in Intermediate School and was such an inspiration. Her husband taught my father years earlier and they became great hunting buddies before Mr. Trant passed away. I grew up hearing stories about "Trant did this..." and "Trant did that...". I was only 6 months old when he passed but I always felt like I knew him, because of all of the stories. I had the honor of being one of Mrs. Trant's pallbearers, so finding her grave was easy and it brought back a lot of fond memories.
Added by Clark on Jul 26, 2017 5:28 PM
|Fran||RE: Martha Ellen Sowell Utley|
Happy to help when I can, also I would just like to say thank you for your service to this great country of ours. Take care, Fran
Added by Fran on Jun 23, 2017 11:40 AM
|Patti ||Inez Hamilton Peebles|
I am the third of four daughters. I saw where you posted my mother's photo. Thank you.
I was the family genealogist until I passed the torch and volumes of data to my oldest niece. If you need any information regarding my family you don't have, feel free to ask.
Thank you again for posting Mom's picture. I found her and it's still difficult for me to talk about her. My father died only 5 weeks before she did and then my youngest sister died 2 months after Mom at age 57.
The summer of 2014 was the worst ever!
Added by Patti on Jun 20, 2017 4:07 PM
|Wyndy South||RE: Robert Wilson|
Thank you so much for your kind note. It was my pleasure. Wyndy
|job||Mary Anna Bushileau Breazeale|
You have so much detailed info about Mary and her family. Are you related? Where did you get this information? She is my ancestor.
Jo Perry Blankenship
Added by job on May 04, 2017 7:20 PM
|Beth Austin||RE: Annie Charlean Graham Carter|
You are very welcome. Thank you for all the work you are doing on Find A Grave!
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