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Re: Cemetery marker/Houston Co., TX
Posted by: Bobbi Chase (ID *****3242) Date: April 05, 2013 at 14:09:13
In Reply to: Re: Cemetery marker/Houston Co., TX by Sandra Stephens of 65481

I have done just about every thing to get a response from the person who posted the info on find-a-grave, but it seems that it is more important to them to simply post copies of the markers and post nothing about the markers being incorrect. I have also located two more markers that are proved incorrect, but it seems most people only want pictures and care less if what is in the picture is correct or not. It especially bothers me if the info on a marker belongs to a
deceased soldier. I believe that at least a soldier is owed to have his name and dates to be correct. If not him then who?


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