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Thankful for Find a Grave as I feel it brings us closer to those we know who have passed on. I hope I can be of help to anyone who might be looking for a loved one.|
I am a native New Mexican. Having lived in all 4 time zones, I currently reside in Northern California.
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|Michele Jones||RE: Charles Williams|
My great uncle, Charles Alvin Williams was born June 13, 1921. Per his birth certificate, his parents, my great-grandparents, are Geo S. Williams and Laura Murch (who later remarried and became Laura Curtis).
I suppose there is always a possibility that two Charles A. Williams could have been born on the same day. I am still searching for a death certificate to link it all together for certainty.
|Sidney||RE: Dorothy E. Waite|
You are quite welcome. :)
Added by Sidney on Jul 18, 2017 5:27 AM
|Michael Grantham||RE: Rosalie Dunlap|
We just happened to be in the area. I tried to submit a picture of their family plot. But the file was too large and cell service was very intermittent. There was evidence of a visitor to her grave from sometime in the last year. The view from the area is captivating. I am positive those resting in the area will forever rest in peace.
|KAREN LOVY||RE: Edith Schulman|
Your very Welcome
|Investigator||RE: James Smith|
Recommend you contact Tom Oblinger (email@example.com) who has conducted extensive research of his father's service in WWII and completed a book:
Old Man from the Repple Depple: The story of an infantry replacement ...
Thomas E. Oblinger - 2007 - řHistory
times since arriving in France three weeks earlier. It was the American Soldier's slang term for Replacement Depot. On occasion itwas also calleda ôRepo Depo.
|Investigator||RE: James Smith|
You are so welcome, it was my privilege. I am also working to establish memorial for all the KIA in Vietnam.
Having grown up near Ft. Jackson, SC (Columbia) I can remember the Big Red One being here before and after WWII. Having served 30 years and retired I am overly familiar with the history of the Big Red One. It also has a lengthy history in Vietnam.
Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance in your endeavors.
SGM Ron Cook Sr., USA Ret.
|Patricia Fabri||RE: 1st Infantry Divisiion|
As long as it's not considered a duplicate.
|Frederic Blais||RE: Francisco Amato|
I Left... but I will go back in a while to take other pictures. Take your time to add requests, but not the whole division please. :)
|Frederic Blais||RE: Mathew Autovino|
never give up! Glad I helped, especially when it's about the Big Red One.
|Amanda Grabruck ||Jennings|
I was wondering if you have any information or photos on the Jennings family. My great, great grandmother was Alice "Pallie" Jennings Horn. I tried to message you here but it didn't work.
My email is Amanda.firstname.lastname@example.org
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