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This was posted to one of my lists this am, there has been a discussion on
how to obtain a service record from WW2 with out knowing the # etc... also
we were discussing the files from the St. Louis Archives.
It needs to be passed on.. thanks Jeannie <>< list mom
I hope I can be of some help here. It is my understanding that the records
that were burned were the originial records, but they had all been put on
microfilm before the fire and that is what they have recently discovered.
My husband and I are active in the American Legion and VFW and both
organizations have a service officer who should be able to put you in touch
with your local Veterans Admin. Service Officer. In order to join the
Legion or VFW you are required to have a DD214 which is your separation
papers from the service and these veterans officers are able to get them for
us all of the time. These papers would contain the service number as well
as other service related information. If you have, or can get, the social
security number it would be helpful because that is a part of their records.
If there is any thing else that we can do to be of help, please let me know.
Nancy English Heil
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marianne Lindley (Girten)" <mlindley(a)pobox.alaska.net>
Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2001 1:21 PM
Subject: [Clooz] Fw: URGENT -- DO NOT REMOVE SULFNBK: Re: I found this on
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> Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2001 9:56 AM
> Subject: URGENT -- DO NOT REMOVE SULFNBK: Re: I found this on mine, too.
> > THE VIRUS ALERT IS A HOAX EMAIL!!!!
> > This file is a real file that must be on your pc. Here is an article
> > it:
> > http://www.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/sulfnbk.exe.warning.html
> > -Paul (Marianne's brother)
> > "Marianne Lindley (Girten)" wrote:
> > >
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> > > on June 1.
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> > >
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The New York City passenger lists have been filmed for these time periods:
Soundex for alien passenger arrivals from
7/1/1902 to 6/30/1948
Soundex to passenger arrivals, 1944-1948
Contrary to what nearly all of us have been told, the passenger list
information was not initiated at the port of entry, but was paper-work done
at the port they sailed from in Europe. It's a myth, by and large, that
officials at Ellis Island changed spellings and/or names.
Seems it would be possible also to go for the naturalization records which
would give tremendous information in this time period. I've pasted the
following information from the Immigration and Naturalization Service web
Naturalization Certificate Files (C-Files)
INS naturalization certificate files, known as C-Files, include a duplicate
copy of all naturalization records dated after September 26, 1906. All
C-Files contain at least a copy of the Declaration of Intention (184k) to
become a US Citizen (to 1952), Petition for Naturalization (279k), and
Certificate of Naturalization (223k). Occasional files contain additional
documents or correspondence.
C-Files include all US naturalizations from all States and Territories, and
from all courts (Federal, State, and local). INS maintains an index to the
C-Files, and can retrieve individual records based on name, date of birth,
and place of birth. C-Files from 1906 to 1956 have been microfilmed, and are
available via Freedom of Information/Privacy Act request to INS Headquarters
in Washington, D.C. For naturalization records after 1956, Freedom of
Information requests should be sent to the appropriate INS District Office.
I believe there was a Eubanks family about 1815 in the Cedar Creek
area of Nicholas county which is now between Kentontown
and Piqua in Robertson county.
The Arnette name however is completey new to me.
Sunday, May 27, 2001
WASHINGTON - President Bush urged Americans on Saturday to take a moment
this Memorial Day weekend to "appreciate the price that was paid for our own
lives" by those who serve in the nation's armed forces.
In his weekly radio address, taped before he went to Camp David, Md., for
the weekend, Bush said he would mark Memorial Day by holding a White House
breakfast Monday for military veterans "who knew and remember the people who
never came back from our nation's wars."
"We are in their debt, more than a lifetime of Memorial Days could ever
repay," Bush said. "In the end, all we can do is be thankful. All we can do
is remember and always appreciate the price that was paid for our own lives
and our own freedom."
The president, who served in the Texas Air National Guard during the Vietnam
War, referred fleetingly to the military service of his father, a Navy
aviator during World War II.
"Most of us know war veterans; I had the privilege of being raised by one,"
Bush said. "Usually, they are reticent about their experiences. It is often
difficult for them to think back on those names and faces, on the ones who
never lived to be called veterans. But on Memorial Day, we accept our
obligation to do just that."
He called on Americans to "remember the heroism, the hardship, the national
gain and personal loss" of war. Presidents, he said, have made the decisions
in the White House, but the success - or failure - of those decisions rested
on the shoulders of the men and women who fought those wars.
"America has been given so much, but of all our assets, resources and
strengths, none have counted for more than the courage of young soldiers in
the face of battle," Bush said. "Victory has always come down to the people
flying the planes, manning the ships, carrying the gun and the pack. ...
They have defended us. They have died for us. They have never disappointed
After Monday's breakfast, Bush plans to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the
Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery before flying to Mesa, Ariz., for
another Memorial Day ceremony.
Surveying = to measure boundaries, area, or elevations of part of the
earth's surface by means of measuring angles & distances.
1 acre = 4,840 square yard or 43,560 square feet
1 Township = 36 sq miles
1 Section = 640 ac or 1 sq mile
1 league (Spanish used in early TX & CA)
4,428 acres = 3 sq miles = 3 sections
1 labor (Spanish used in early TX & CA) = 200 acres
1 arpent (French, used in early MO & LA) = .85 acres
1 chain = 100 links of iron or steel
or about 20 meters or 66 feet
1 pole = 1 rod = 1 perch
5.5 yds = 16.5 ft = 5.03 meters
1 vara (Spanish used in early TX & CA) = approx. 1 yard
> The things they Carried....
> They carried P-38 can openers and heat tabs, watches and dog tags, insect
> repellent, gum, cigarettes, Zippo lighters, salt tablets, compress
> bandages, ponchos, Kool-Aid, two or three canteens of water, iodine
> tablets, sterno, LRRP- rations, and C-rations stuffed in socks. They
> carried standard fatigues, jungle boots, bush hats, flak jackets and
> pots. They carried the M-16 assault rifle. They carried trip flares and
> Claymore mines, M-60 machine guns, the M-70 grenade launcher, M-14's,
> CAR-15's, Stoners, Swedish K's, 66mm Laws, shotguns, .45 caliber pistols,
> silencers, the sound of bullets, rockets, and choppers, and sometimes the
> sound of silence. They carried C-4 plastic explosives, an assortment of
> hand grenades, PRC-25 radios, knives and machetes. Some carried napalm,
> CBU's and large bombs; some risked their lives to rescue others. Some
> escaped the fear, but dealt with the death and damage. Some made very
hard decisions, and some just tried to survive.
> They carried malaria, dysentery, ringworms and leaches. They carried the
> land itself as it hardened on their boots. They carried stationery,
> pencils, and pictures of their loved ones - real and imagined. They
> carried love for people in the real world and love for one another. And
> sometimes they disguised that love: "Don't mean nothin'!"
> They carried memories for the most part, they carried themselves with
> poise and a kind of dignity. Now and then, there were times when panic
> in, and people squealed or wanted to, but couldn't; when they twitched
> made moaning sounds and covered their heads and said "Dear God" and
hugged the earth and fired ! ! their weapons blindly and cringed and
for the noise to stop and went wild and made stupid promises to
and God and their parents, hoping not to die.
> They carried the traditions of the United States military, and memories
> and images of those who served before them. They carried grief, terror,
> longing and their reputations. They carried the soldier's greatest fear:
> the embarrassment of dishonor. They crawled into tunnels, walked point,
> and advanced under fire, so as not to die of embarrassment. They were
> afraid of dying, but too afraid to show it.They carried the emotional
> baggage of men and women who might die at any moment. They carried the
> weight of the wold.
> THEY CARRIED EACH OTHER
> Author Unknown
> Remember them this Memorial Day May 28th
Looking for help on Nancy A. Gray who married George H. Mitchell in Nicholas
County, KY on 20-Sep-1866 Book 4 Page 177.
Francis Gray married Solomon Mitchell in Nicholas County, KY on 27-Jul-1859
Book 3 Page 189
Thanks for your help.
Matilda Eubanks, born about 1816, married William Arnette on Nov 18, 1833, in
Nicholas County, KY. Children include: David, Elizabeth, Joptha, Nancy,
William Jr, and James. They are listed in Nicholas County, KY in the 1850
Does anyone know who Matilda Eubanks parents were? or anything else about her?
Subject: [KY-ROLLCALL] Cemetery found in Missouri
Date: Sat, 12 May 2001 01:21:34 EDT
This was in Tues, 8 May, Springfield MO News Leader, p. 5B:
Discovery of cemetery halts roadwork--Associated Press-Kansas City--
Construction of a new highway in south Kansas City has been halted by
the discovery of a small cemetery dating back to the Civil War era.
State officials are anxious to find any descendants of the Holloway
family who are buried in the cemetery. If the heirs can't be found, the
state will have to get court permission to move the nine graves in the
plot, in order to finish a new Missouri 150.
Construction workers recently unearthed a marble headstone, dating
from 1858, while moving a large section of water pipe.
Archaeologists later found another headstone and evidence of seven
The site has not been disturbed further.
Please pass this on to other lists.
Mary Ann Sedam
San Antonio, Texas
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John Williams to Sarah Jones, 01 Aug 1916
William Wheeler to Leah Burnes, 15 Aug 1816
Richard Waters to Sarah Jacobs, 28 Nov 1817
Robert Whiley(?) to Ester Hopkins, 01 Jan 1818
Stephen White to Willett Hill, 07 Aug 1818
John West to Christena Summitt, 21 Oct 1819
Robert Wilson to Margaret McDonnold, 09 Mar 1820
Joshua Wheeler to Elizabeth Hays, 10 Aug 1820
Cornelius Wiggins to Margaret Mahony(?), 18 Dec 1820
Lazorue(?) Williams to Polly Dyer, 18 Dec 1820
Abraham Wheeler to Elizabeth Thompson, 23 Jun 1820
Samuel Williams to Eliza Collier, 12 Apr 1821
John Ward to Sarah Tarr, 01 Nov 1821
Archer S Waugh to Matilda Piper, 19 Sep 1822
Andrew Ward to Nancy Wells, 08 Apr 1823
Japthah West to Polly Whisner, 31 Jul 1823
John Wharton to Mary Letton, 07 Aug 1823
John Waggoner to Polly Fifer 26 Sep 1823
John D Wasson to Maria Dryden, 25 Oct 1824
Elliott Wills to Sally Nelson, 01 Feb 1825
William Walls to Maria Collins, 10 May 1825
Thomas H West to Martha West, 29 Sep 1825
David Wood to Sarah Ashcraft, 15 Oct 1825
Cornelius Watkins to Elizabeth Cassaday, 18 Mar 1852
John Waddle to Mahala Stokley, 24 Jan 1844
Asberry Waggoner to Mary Wivsll(?), 12 Aug 1847
Joseph Waggoner to Jane Richey, 25 Jan 1850
Daniel Waggoner to Eliza Fiffer, 14 Jan 1834
Godfry Waggoner to Elizabeth Richey, 29 Jan 1839
Willis R Waggoner to Elizabeth Earlywine, 30 Sep 1847
Godfry F Waggoner to Rebecca Soesberry, 17 Mar 1853
Moses Waggoner to Lorinsa Fryman, 07 Mar 1854
Fleming Wade to Sarah Arnold, 02 Feb 1843
Alfred Waddle to Elizabeth Welch(?), ???1828
Isaac Waddle to Polly Burns, 03 Mar 1833
That's is all for today.
Samuel B Kincart to Polly Blair, 08 Nov 1817
John T Keith to Nancy Warner, 24 Aug 1818
Thomas Kennady to Susan Neeves, 28 Mar 1820
Samuel Knox to Malinda Wills, 23 Mar 1820
William Kennedy to Nancy Brook, 07 Mar 1821
John Kersey to Polly Hill, 21 May 1822
Alexander Kern to Nancy Hord, 14 Dec 1823
George Kimbrough to Eliza Tull, 08 Jan 1825
Christian Kookendoffer to Susannah Ockerman, 22 Nov 1825
James Kackley to Eliza Delay, 12 Apr 1832
Edward Kelly to America Mull, 12 Feb 1834
Andrew Kennady to Elizabeth Wilson, 05 Jan 1826
Alfred J Kennedy to Sally Hillock, 23 Dec 1841
Andrew Kennedy to Margaret Mairs, 19 Dec 1840
Claibourn Kennedy to Sidney Taylor, 01 Mar 1831
David Kennedy to Nancy Weaver, 21 Mar 1832
James Kennedy to Delilah Burke, 17 Oct 1832
John Kennedy to Jane West, 20 Oct 1831
Thomas Kennedy to Nancy Goodwin, 30 Apr 1839
William Kennedy to Caroline Stoker, 09 Feb 1854
Isaac Kenny to Malinda M Hamilton, 07 Jan 1847
Eli Kenny to Margaret Wasson, 18 Apr 1830
John H Kenny to Sarah D Holladay, 20 Sep 1849
Madison Kenny to Harriet B Dunnington, 08 Feb 1849
William Kenny to Nancy H Campbell, 02 Feb 1854
James Kenton to Nancy Jane Wilson, 24 Dec 1846
Simon Kenton to Hannah Bishop, 26 Jan 1841
William Kenton, Jr to Cassandra Mastin, 25 Sep 1844
Adam Kerm(N?) to Jane Hall, 02 Aug 1829
Henry B Kern to America P Potts, 29 Jan 1839
L Kern to S Kern, 02 Nov 1837
John Kerney to Catherine Johnston, 19 Oct 1826
Albert Kersey to Elizabeth A Woods, 21 Oct 1852
Benjamine Kersey to Martha Hinton, 04 Sep 1834
John Kersey to Jane Kinton, 31 Jul 1834
John Kersey to Malinda Powell, 30 Aug 1827
Thomas Kersey to Elizabeth Hinton, 03 Jan 1828
Typed as written from a transcript from Nicholas Co, Ky Vital Statistics,
LDS, Lexington, Ky.
Firman Gillaspie to Lucritia, 26 Oct 1854
Alfred Gills to Sophia Wilson, 15 Feb 1850
John W Githers to Susan Easley, 26 Oct 1826
Elbert Givins to Sally Powell, 03 Sep 1833
William Givins to Sophia McCoy, 29 Aug 1833
Alexander Givins to Eliza Harris, 21 Feb 1833
Claburn Glascock to Susanah Boen, 22 May 1828
Levi Goodpaster to Jane U Allen, 24 Oct 1844
Daniel Goodrich to Cassander Kennedy, 01 Jan 1835
Enoch Goodwin to Eliza Jane Rodgers, 07 Oct 1847
William Goodwin to Anna Peirce, 08 Sep 1829
J G Gorden to Harriett Moore, 05 Aug 1834
John P Gore to Jane E Parks, 05 Sep 1849
William C Gragg to Mary J Hillock, 26 Sep 1854
Joseph Graves to Margaret Selby, 06 Mar 1834
John H Grayson to Narissiea Richey, 20 Feb 1845
Elz Green to Sarah J Bell, 04 Feb 1841
Hiram Green to Letitia Hasty, 03 Jul 1854
George B Green to E A Wallace, 08 Oct 1854
Solomom Green to Dulcina Selby, 23 Sep 1849
William Green to Rachel Mann, 14 Aug 1845
Zachariah Green to Elizabeth Shaw, 09 Jun 1845
Robert Greenwell to Rachel Mastin, 20 Sep 1849
>From Lexington Ky LDS transcription of Nicholas County Vital Statistics.
Gilbert Feeback to Elizabeth DeWitt, 26 Feb 1835
James S Feeback to Lucinda Mers, 12 Oct 1849
Jefferson Feeback to Charlotte Summitt, 22 May 1845
John F Feeback to Rachel McDonald, 15 Aug 1833
Lewis Feeback to Margaret Taylor, 24 Mar 1835
William Feeback to Sidney Richey, 11 Jul 1842
Mark C Ferran to Locretia Chipley, 06 Jan 1829
James Ferguson to Elizabeth Mullikins, 19 Nov 1840
William Ferguson to Hannah Smart, 23 Jan 1840
Adam Finch to Lucy Bedinger, 20 Jan 1836
John W Finnell to Elizabeth S Tureman, 06 Feb 1844
Charles Fishback to Mary Ann Stoker, 21 Jan 1836
George R Fisher to Cyntha Ann Matchett, 06 Jan 1846
John Fisher to Mary E J Henry, 26 Jul 1852
John Fisher to Nancy Webb, 10 Sep 1829
Edward Fitzgerald to Mary Jane Dykes, 09 Oct 1832
Job Fitzpartrick to Sally McCan, 03 Jan 1833
Corneluis Flanegan to Anna Coyna, 01 Sep 1847
Gilson Fletcher to Elizabeth Kimes, 29 Mar 1838
Richard S Fletcher to Martha E Brinton, 25 Jan 1855
William Fletcher to Elizabeth Gilmor, 12 Apr 1855
Sanford Floors to Elizabeth A Githens, 30 Aug 1855
David Flora to Martha J Ishmael, 22 Dec 1853
John M Flora to Amanda Flora, 07 Mar 1843
William Flora to Martha Crofford, 18 Mar 1847
William Flora to Elizabeth Sephenson, 05 Mar 1846
William Flora to Hannah Verdin, 10 Feb 1831
William Flora to Caty Myers, 13 Jul 1826
James Florence to Fanny Hunt, 07 Feb 1842
William Florence to Lydia Kiscaden, 17 Dec 1838
Allen Florough to Mary Hamilton, 25 Oct 1838
Nath C Fon to Nancy Howard, 30 Sep 1832
Austin R Forman to Mary Nesbit, 24 Apr 1848
John W Forman to Tabitha Parker, 19 May 1836
H W Forgey to Nancy J Dalzell, 11 Apr 1850
Volney Foster to Elizabeth Stoops, ???1843
Nathaniel Fox to Margaret Monson, 27 Sep 1838
Written as printed from a transcription at the Lexington, Ky. LDS.
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