|Wesley Jones (#47621127)|
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|Jeanne Keatinge||Fred W. Pack|
I saw your note on Sgt. Pack's Find a Grave and you signed as his cousin. I volunteer to find photos of the fallen soldiers from the Vietnam War which are then posted on the VVMF Virtual Wall. Fred was listed as being from Lompoc, but obviously he was also from Missouri. We have tried to find pictures of him in high school yearbooks in Lompoc but so far have not been successful. Might you have a photo that could be posted?If not, can you direct us to which high school he graduated from? It is so important to us to have faces to go with the names on the Vietnam Memorial Wall. It makes them seem more real to us today, and helps us to honor their sacrifices. If you would prefer to post the photo yourself, it's pretty easy to do so. You can visit the Wall of Faces at vvmf.org to see other photos and and to learn how to post pictures. I would be honored to assist if you prefer that.
|Angie Knott||RE: Lowell Brannon|
Yes, I heard about it in church and no one had done a page for him so I did it. Thanks.
|Angie Knott||RE: Diana Lynn Brannon|
I am so sorry for the mistake. I transferred her memorial to you so you can make corrections. Thanks so much for your help.
|Churchwell||Dr. John N. Parker|
I saw where you had left a message that you were looking for the burial place of Dr. John N. Parker. Here's the link to his FindAGrave Memorial:
The obituary states that he was buried in the "family burying ground" near Nash, Texas. Do you know anything further about this cemetery?
His 1st wife was Elizabeth Green Clark Parker, sister to my GG-grandfather Wm. Thomas Clark.