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|Tess Theis||Barnhart Oberle|
Thank you so much for the photo!
|GrammaL||Virgil Elizabeth VanDeWoestyne|
Thanks for going out and taking their pic for me.
Added by GrammaL on Oct 18, 2015 4:14 PM
|David Lemons||RE: Clyde Basham headstone|
|Donna Clarquist||RE: Photo|
|Nélida Frontera-Muñoz||RE: Epifanio Salas Acevedo|
This is a good starting point for churches in Puerto Rico: http://www.emym.org/parroquias-de-puerto-rico/
|Nélida Frontera-Muñoz||Epifanio- error in index|
There is one important detail when you write to the Beneficiary Identification Records Locator Subsystem (BIRLS) Death File in Washington. Epifanio's record was filed under "Acevedo" (maternal surname) instead of "Salas" (paternal surname).
Good luck in your search,
|Nélida Frontera-Muñoz||Epifanio- ARMY DETAILS|
Don Epifanio was enlisted in the army on April 1, 1941 and released on December 6, 1945. He served in WW2, so you might be able to find more information about him through the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Also, the US WW2 Army Enlistment Records have this information:
Name:Epifanio Salas Acevedo
Race:Puerto Rican, citizen (Puerto Rican)
State of Residence: PR (Including VI and Cuba)
Enlistment Date:1 Apr 1941
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code:Branch Immaterial-Warrant Officers, USA
Component:Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
|Nélida Frontera-Muñoz||Don Epifanio- father in law|
I am not related to your ex father in law, but saw that the memorial was flower-less, so decided to put some flowers there. Do you have his death certificate? If not I can send you a copy. He was born on January 5, 1919 in the town of Moca. Could not find a birth certificate, but you might find some information at the local church.
I dont know why the diff in dates unless stonecutter got it wrong or whoever ordered itgot it wrong or they misread old oringinal stone.
too many what ifs
|Deborah (Richter) Garcia||RE: Alfred J Wortham tombstone|
Done, not sure why I didn't just do it that same day.
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