|Alex Williams (#47493110)|
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I am a 2yr old German Shepherd Dog, I am highly trained,|
Motivated, I have courage, strength, speed, and agility, to get the job done.
I search all-day with compassion in my heart, and love for my fallen brothers and sisters, I do this in hope to expand my talents "gift from God " so that others may search, because one day someone will be taking a picture of my gravestone. That is my job.
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|SuzanneTF||RE: Post photo|
Long delay in replying - thank you for your help with the Gramling photos.
One question. Is there anyway you can rotate them so that they aren't sideways? :)
|crez||RE: Thank you|
I am planning on going back there soon to clean a couple of the graves up. I will get updated picture and coordinates and see if I can find the husband too!
Added by crez on May 17, 2016 10:04 AM
|Eric Stone||Thanks for the Bookhardt pics|
Thanks so much for the pictures of the Bookhardts you posted.
Are you related to them in anyway?
Thank you so much.
Added by ph on Feb 04, 2012 4:44 PM
Thank you very much for taking the photographs of the O'Cain grave markers. Your time is greatly appreciated.
Added by Infinity on Feb 04, 2012 4:01 PM
|Ms. Clyde||RE: looking for a grave|
There are some contributors on here called International Wargraves, might try contacting them. Except looking for his dd214's thru VA, or coordinating with them at your local office, I'll be of no help. Good luck!
|sticksandstones||Thadius & Mary Hubble|
Thanks so much for trying to locate the Hubbles. On rare occasions, the headstones on graves for a couple will have some other reference to family members. Unfortunately, their stone must be long gone, or perhaps was made of wood.