Henry L. Plum – Confederate States of America Army

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PLUM, HENRY L A 21 ALA INF CSA CIVIL WAR DATE OF DEATH: 04/02/1921 BURIED AT: SECTION CONF  SITE 215-A His wife: PLUM, MARGARET W/O HENRY L DATE OF DEATH: 08/04/1937 BURIED AT: SECTION CONFE  SITE 215-A Read our general and most popular articles Phallosan Forte Anaboloxan Huusk Messer Hanfosan Nutra Digest SWISS FX Ketogen … Read more

Ivan O’Dell – Lieutenant Colonel, United States Air Force

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For 37 years this April, Ivan O’Dell-a former farm boy from Erieville turned Air Force Pilot-was buried on a glacier 10,000 feet above sea level on Mount Ranier, Wash. Now he’s bound for a hero’s burial in Arlington National Cemetery.” Celia Markowski and her brother Vernon O’Dell, of Georgetown, spoke with Mr. Case in Celia’s … Read more

Basil Norris Ricketts – Sergeant, United States Army

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Sergeant Ricketts is apparently the son of James B. Ricketts, Major General, United States Army.  He is buried in the General’s gravesite in Section 1 of Arlington National Cemetery and his listed next-of-kin was Fannie Ricketts of San Jose, California (the General’s wife).  He was born in New York City on 21 December 1868 and died on … Read more

The Stevens Family

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A Famous Military Family, One That Has Served Our Country From The Time Of The American Revolution Anna Marie Stevens Cara DeLa Montague Hall Stevens Elizabeth Ann Sage Stevens Pierre Christie Stevens Raymond R. Stevens Rowan Wainwright Stevens Thomas Holdup Stevens Sarah Magruder Stevens Thomas S. Holdup Stevens II Thomas Holdup Stevens III Read our … Read more

CLOCKS

Every room in my house has a clock. Only one has ever stopped. They chronicle a life that is ebbing away, A family history that is here to stay. There is the clock that ticked off the hours The times when my children were born. One a clock whose china base holds flowers And one … Read more

Clarence Talmage Marsh, Jr. – Colonel, United states Army

From a contemporary press report: Clarence T. (“Swampy”) Marsh Jr., Colonel, U.S. Army Retired, died on May 4, 2001 following a brief illness. He had been a Hampton resident since 1970. Colonel Marsh was born on September 20, 1916, in Savannah, Georgia, the son of Colonel and Mrs. Clarence T. Marsh, Sr., Coast Artillery, U.S. … Read more

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