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Somewhere in German East - 20th May 1917

Henry sees a bit of action while travelling to his battalion’s destination.

Somewhere in German East – 20th May 1917

My last was by p.c. from Mombasa on 1st May and I have now joined my battalion in the field, or rather my company which has been detached from the main body and is… 980 more words

Writing About WWI

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marlin - 1962

One of my nieces sent me this article recently.  It’s from the Inglewood Daily News newspaper from November, 1962.  That is my brother Richard and his wife Linda.  30 more words

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ELBERT and IVA (Senn) TURNER, Phillipsburg, Missouri

More from Ron Turner, re the Turners of Phillipsburg, Missouri:

I am attaching portraits of Elbert and Iva Turner, my grandparents. Iva was born in 1887 and lived until 1987.   11 more words

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THE WALTER ELBERT MARLIN FAMILY - About 1920-21

This photo is of my grandfather, Walter Elbert Marlin, his wife, Dulcie Ferrier Marlin, and their son (my dad) Ray J. Marlin.  Based on my dad’s age (about 8 or 9), I have estimated the date as 1920-21, and they would have been living in Aledo, Illinois.  168 more words

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CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CONGREGATION - Phillipsburg, Missouri circa 1906

UPDATE (10-7-18):  Ron Turner has identified the following in the photo:  I believe the young man near the top center in the black derby is my grandfather Elbert Turner. 262 more words

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