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Names, Theadore - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Group photo taken in 1916. Names mentioned in key: Bray, Argo-Lewis-Gray, Olson, Borgstrom-Randall, Parks, Brighton-Cushman, Bisson, Holmstrup-Cummings. Morgue 1944-88 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Public Gatherings - Gold mounted first aid kit presented by San Francisco woman to General Pershing. This gold mounted First Aid kit was recently auctioned in San Francisco at a Red Cros rally and brought $4,000. Mrs. Andrew Kelly of San Francisco, who finally purchased the kit donated it to General Pershing and C.J. Morgan, of the Western metropolis took the kit with him to deliver in person to the General. The two gold plates on either side of the cross show the names of each of the persons who paid $100 each to have their names engraved on the gift

Ceremonies - Liberations - France - Raising the stars and stripes over the Hotel de Ville in Paris, France, 1917. The great crowd in front of the Hotel de Ville in Paris, France, 1917, when the Stars and Stripes were hoisted over that building in the presence of Ambassador Sharp, Brig. Gen. William H. Allaire, representing Gen. Pershing. The flag was inscribed with the names of Washington and Lafayette and was presented by the city of Philadelphia. The banner was a copy of the original banner made inPhiladelphia by Betsy Ross

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Entertainments - Red Cross Block Party Parade, New York City. Great crowd in front of New York Public Library at Fifth Ave., and 42nd St. Many thousands had their names placed on the Red Cross rolls during the festa

[Carmody Names Special Production Assistant]

Representative of the Viet Cong military review the list of names of prisoners of war under their control prior to the formal exchange of American and South Vietnamese POWs for POWs held by the South Vietnamese and American forces

Personnel from the 508th Tactical Fighter Wing read the names of the men who served aboard the USS ARIZONA when the ship was attacked by Japanese aircraft on December 7, 1941

VISITORS FROM BELL HELICOPTER - NAMES ON ENVELOPES

Jeannie Manuel and SSGT Gil Cadena cheer upon hearing their names announced as finalists in the Air Force Talent Contest

PO3 Rizzalle, standing, makes a list of the names of the Vietnamese people just brought aboard the amphibious assault ship USS BELLEAU WOOD (LHA-3). Marine and Navy personnel are working together to check the Vietnamese people

A typical organizational sign used by many Marine Corps units in Japan and Okinawa. Many of the signs only have the English spelling of the American names. Many other signs are like this one, that is, with the English and Japanese spelling of the names on the sign

Artwork: "F-4 Squadron Names - The 469th in Korat" Artist: Marbury Brown

General view of the Presidio from Infantry Terrace in 1882. Image points out and names different buildings on the post

The names of US servicemen who died in Southeast Asia are read aloud during a three-day vigil at the National Cathedral. Each of the 57,939 names will be read by volunteers taking 15-minute turns. The vigil is part of the prededication activation activities for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Visitors search for names on the face of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the day before its official dedication

Visitors search for names on the face of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the day before its official dedication

A veteran reads names on the face of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the day before its official dedication

Veterans and visitors search for names on the face of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the day before its official dedication ceremony

Visitors search for names on the face of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the day before its official dedication

Visitors search for names on the face of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial after its official dedication

Visitors search for names on the face of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial after its official dedication

Visitors search for names on the face of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the day before its official dedication

A Navy commander reviews the names of US service casualties inscribed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The commander is visiting the memorial of the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia

Vietnam veterans search for names on the face of the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial. After forming at the memorial, they will join the funeral procession for the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era as it moves down Constitution Avenue en route to Arlington National Cemetery

A visitor takes a pencil rubbing of one of the names on the face of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the day of the state funeral service for the Unknown Serviceman of the Vietnam Era

An officer of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1ST Tiger Brigade, 2nd Armored Division, calls out names from a flight roster prior to the departure of the 44th Chemical Company to West Germany for SPEARPOINT '84, a phase of Exercise REFORGER '84

Officers attend the 1984 Army Commanders Conference. See master caption for names of individuals. Note: MASTER caption filed with negative

Distinguished guests honor the flag as the national anthem is played during the commissioning of the dock landing ship USS GERMANTOWN (LSD-42). See master caption for names of individuals present

A crewman aboard the aircraft carrier USS SARATOGA (CV-60) lists the names of personnel on a manning roster while communicating through a sound-powered telephone in the primary flight control station

A visitor studies names on the Vietman Memorial Wall with the Lincoln Memorial reflected on the wall and seen in the background. Exact Date Shot Unknown

A bouquet of yellow lillies are placed in front of names on the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. Exact Date Shot Unknown

A visitor studies names on the Vietman Memorial Wall with the Washington Memorial in the background. Exact Date Shot Unknown

An American Flag stuck between two sections of the Vietnam Wall memorial. The Washington Memorial is reflected among the names of casualties of the war. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Visitors to the USS Arizona Memorial view a wall bearing the names of the sailors and Marines who died aboard the Arizona during the December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor

A view of a wall inside the USS Arizona Memorial. The wall bears the names of the sailors and Marines who died aboard the Arizona during the December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor

The crew of the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61) and the families of the 47 sailors killed aboard the ship in the April 19, 1989, gun turret explosion aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61) attend a shipboard ceremony with the IOWA's crew on the one-year anniversary of the explosion. A plaque bearing the names of the men who died is being dedicated during the ceremony

Following the dedication of a plaque bearing the names of the 47 sailors killed in April 19, 1989, gun turret explosion aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61), flowers and other mementos lean against a bulkhead near the plaque

The crew of the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61) and the families of the 47 sailors killed aboard the ship in the April 19, 1989, gun turret explosion aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61) attend a shipboard ceremony with the IOWA's crew on the one-year anniversary of the explosion. A plaque bearing the names of the men who died is being dedicated during the ceremony

The families of the 47 sailors killed in the April 19, 1989, gun turret explosion aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61) attend a shipboard ceremony with the IOWA's crew on the one-year anniversary of the explosion. A plaque bearing the names of the men who died is being dedicated during the ceremony

CAPT. Fred P. Moosally, commanding officer of the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61), speaks at a shipboard ceremony marking the one-year anniversary of the gun turret explosion that killed 47 sailors aboard the ship. A plaque bearing the names of the men who died is being dedicated during the ceremony

An airman calls the names of personnel waiting at a processing point as the 48th Tactical Fighter Wing prepares to deploy to Saudi Arabia for Operation Desert Shield

A view of an Iraqi mine that an explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) team found and disabled during mine-clearing operations on the Kuwaiti coast and in the Persian Gulf following Operation Desert Storm. The names of the EOD team's members are written on the mine

Actor Tony Danza announces the names of the Presidential Volunteer Award recipients as President George H. W. Bush and Barbara Bush stand by during a ceremony on the White House lawn

USS ARIZONA crew member Frances M. Falge gazes at USS ARIZONA Memorial wall engraved with the names of his shipmates who perished during Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. He and other USS ARIZONA survivors are on a private tour of the memorial following 50th anniversary Remembrance Day ceremonies

USS ARIZONA crew member Frances M. Falge gazes at USS ARIZONA Memorial wall engraved with the names of his shipmates who perished during Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. He and other USS ARIZONA survivors are on a private tour of the memorial following 50th anniversary Remembrance Day ceremonies

Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Dec. 7th, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor, wreaths line the USS ARIZONA Memorial wall engraved with the names of the battleship's crew who died in the bombing

STS055-255-031 - STS-055 - Views of plastic saline solution bags with individual crewmember's names.

STS055-255-028 - STS-055 - Views of plastic saline solution bags with individual crewmember's names.

STS055-255-029 - STS-055 - Views of plastic saline solution bags with individual crewmember's names.

STS055-255-030 - STS-055 - Views of plastic saline solution bags with individual crewmember's names.

STS055-255-021 - STS-055 - Views of plastic saline solution bags with individual crewmember's names.

STS055-255-032 - STS-055 - Views of plastic saline solution bags with individual crewmember's names.

STS055-255-022 - STS-055 - Views of plastic saline solution bags with individual crewmember's names.

STS055-255-025 - STS-055 - Views of plastic saline solution bags with individual crewmember's names.

STS055-255-033 - STS-055 - Views of plastic saline solution bags with individual crewmember's names.

STS055-255-024 - STS-055 - Views of plastic saline solution bags with individual crewmember's names.

An airman places pilot names onto the tail of an A-4 Skyhawk aircraft of Navy Composite Squadron 12 (VFC-12). The tail is being prepared for display in commemoration of all of the Skyhawk aircraft, which are scheduled for retirement from service on October 1

A close-up view of Air Force patches exhibiting the symbols and names of their respective military units.

The Memorial Wall bearing the names of those who died at Manengon. PHOTO was taken during the 50TH Anniversary Ceremony of the Liberation of Guam, during WWII

LT. j.g. Rick Rodriqauez, Office in Charge, Naval Construction Battalion 411 (NCB-411) Naval Base Norfolk, verifies names of the pet animals that have just arrived from Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba during Operation Sincere Welcome. Dependents and excess personnel are being air-lifted out of Cuba to make room for the large number of Cuban refugees

A view of the fountain in the center of the National Law Enforcement Officer's Memorial. Inscribed on its surrounding walls are the names of all law enforcement officers who gave their lives in the line of duty. In the background is the old Pension Building, now the National Museum Building

A view of a section of the National Law Enforcement Officer's Memorial located on Judiciary Square. Inscribed upon the wall are the names of all the men and women who, as law enforcement officers, have given their lives in the line of duty

Composite picture of the moon with location and feature names (courtesy of the Lick Observatory). Photo taken from a General Electric Aerosciences Laboratory Bulletin. Photograph taken December 2, 1959

AIRMAN 1ST Class Lisa Fullencamp takes a report and logs names (simulated casualties) in the casualty report from the Battle STAFF. As part of the ORI, when simulated casualties were declared dead it was the responsibility of the Personnel Control Center and the Casualty Reporting Team to request replacements, notify the next of kin, and start survivor benefits. The 21st Space Wing's Operational Readiness Inspection was conducted at Cheyenne Mountain Air Station and Peterson AFB, Colo., 13 to 17 February 1996. The Inspector General's Team tested their ability to respond to battle conditions, power outages, mobility deployments, aircraft and automobile accidents, hostage situations, bomb ...

Admiral Leighton W. Smith holds up a Wanted poster during the Joint Military Commission press conference held on board the USS George Washington (CVN-73). The poster includes photos, names and descriptions of war criminals indicted by the International Criminal Tribunal from the former Yugoslavia

A port bow view of the dock landing ship PEARL HARBOR (LSD-52) while being pulled into a floating drydock shortly after christening and launch at the Avondale Industries, Inc. Shipyard on the Mississippi River near New Orleans. PEARL HARBOR is the ninth and last LSD built by Avondale. She is the first ship named for Pearl Harbor, one of the better known names in naval history

Majors Johnny Adkisson and Doug Dean recently added their names to a very select group of pilots who have flown 3,000 hours in the F-16 Falcon. Both pilots reached this milestone together during a recent training flight from Kingsley Field

U.S. Army Air Forces airman and other members of the Allied forces burnt their names and units into the ceiling at The Eagle pub where they are still preserved today. Exact Date Shot Unknown Published in AIRMAN Magazine August 1996

Straight on, medium shot from a low angle, up at former Army Sergeant Bill Barcy, Special Forces, as he points to names of fallen comrades engraved on the Special Operations Memorial. A dedication ceremony, sponsored by the Special Operations Memorial Foundation, took place on May 24th, 1999, at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida

Family members view names on the granite memorial for the fallen soldiers on the Gander, Newfoundland, Canada, crash that claimed the lives of 248 soldiers of Task Force 3rd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division Soldiers

AFIS BILLBOARD POSTERS. COOL NAMES FOR WOMEN? SEXUAL HARASSMENT AWARENESS. DEFENSE BILLBOARD #49

Inside the shrine room of the memorial bridge that spans the wreck of the battleship USS ARIZONA (BB 39), the names of the fallen crewmen are displayed in loving memory

A marker inside the shrine room of the USS ARIZONA Memorial listing the names of survivors of the sinking of the battleship that have since been interned aboard the sunken ship upon their passing. There were 268 survivors who may be interned on their fallen ship. This marker names those who have chosen to do so

US Air Force Technical Sergeant Vaughn ensures 100 percent accountability of building 717's occupants and guests by checking lists of names during Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea's IRRE/CERE (Initial Response Readiness Exercise/ Combat Employment Readiness Exercise)

During the Madingley Memorial Day Commemorative Services held at Cambridge American Military Cemetery, Coton, Cambridge, UK, USAF personnel assigned to the 48TH Fighter Wing, Royal Air Force, Lakenheath, UK pass the traditional flower wreaths to the Presenters during the Ceremony. The presenters will then lay their wreath on the "Wall of the Missing" to honor the men and women buried at Cambridge American Military Cemetery, and those whose names are engraved on the Wall. The cemetery was dedicated on July 16, 1956, as the only permanent American World War II cemetery in the British Isles

Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, Mr. James Crowden lays the British wreath at the Wall of the Missing during the Madingley Memorial Day Commemorative Service. The wreaths are placed on the wall to honor the men and women buried at Cambridge American Military Cemetery, and whose names are engraved on the Wall of the Missing. The ceremony was held at Cambridge American Military Cemetery, Coton, Cambridge, United Kingdom

(Left) Members of the 48th Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom, and Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp (JROTC) from Lakenheath High School prepare to hand the wreath to the (Right) presenters during Madingley Memorial Day Commemorative Service. The presenters will then lay their wreath on the Wall of the Missing to honor the men and women buried at Cambridge American Military Cemetery, and those who's names are engraved on the Wall of the Missing at the Madingley Memorial Day Commemorative Service. The ceremony was held at Cambridge American Military Cemetery, Coton, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, Mr. James Crowden and Mr. Glyn Davies, charge D' Affaires of the United States Embassy in London wait while General Gregory S. Martin the commander, US Air Forces in Europe, Ramstein Air Base, Germany and other presenters place their wreaths on the Wall of the Missing during the Madingley Memorial Day Commemorative Service. The wreaths are placed on the wall to honor the men and women buried at Cambridge American Military Cemetery, and whose names are engraved on the Wall of the Missing. The ceremony was held at Cambridge American Military Cemetery, Coton, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Members of the 48th Fighter Wing, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom, and Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps from Lakenheath High School carry floral wreaths. The floral wreaths will be given to presenters who will lay them on the Wall of the Missing to honor the men and women buried, and those who's names are engraved on the Wall of the Missing at the Madingley Memorial Day Commemorative Service. The ceremony was held at Cambridge American Cemetery, Coton, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Presenters hold their wreaths during Madingley Memorial Day Commemorative Service. The presenters will then lay their wreath on the Wall of the Missing to honor the men and women buried at Cambridge American Military Cemetery, and those who's names are engraved on the Wall of the Missing. The ceremony was held at Cambridge American Military Cemetery, Coton, Cambridge, United Kingdom

The Moving Wall, or Vietnam Veterans Memorial replica at night with a visitor studying the names inscribed and the American flag waving above, at Travis Air Force Base, California

The sun rises on names engraved on the replica of the original Vietnam War Memorial at the 2001 Airshow at Offutt Air Force Base. Many people visited "The Wall That Heals" during the Airshow and left mementos, such as this rose, in memoriam of those who died during the Vietnam War. The original memorial is located in Washington D.C

The sun rises on names engraved on the replica of the original Vietnam War Memorial at the 2001 Airshow at Offutt Air Force Base. Many people visited "The Wall That Heals" during the Airshow and left mementos, such as this American flag, in memoriam of those who died during the Vietnam War. The original memorial is located in Washington D.C

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Yvette Hughes, USAF, fuels support training manager, 86th Supply Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, highlights names on a training list

AIRMAN Shannon Harper, USAF, a postal clerk, 48th Communications Squadron, 48th Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, UK, verifies that names and box numbers match in order to forward mail to the correct addresses at the post office

Security personnel from the 127th Security Forces Squadron man an armed M1043 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) as an extra defensive measure to help secure the Main gate of Selfridge Air National Guard Base (ANGB) since the start of Operation NOBLE EAGLE. (Names withheld by request) Security personnel are armed with 5.56mm M16A2 rifles and a Saco 7.62 mm M60 general purpose machine gun on the HMMWV

Taking up a defensive position, security personnel, 127th Security Forces Squadron (SFS) man a Saco 7.62 mm M60 general purpose machine gun atop a M1043 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV). This is an extra defensive measure to help secure the Main gate of Selfridge Air National Guard Base (ANGB) since the start of Operation NOBLE EAGLE. (Names withheld by request)

At approximately 11:45 PM (JST), The bodies of three US service members arrived at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan, onboard a C-130 Hercules. An Army and Air Force joint honor guard team, whose members are stationed at Okinawa, rendered honors upon their return. Names are being with held pending notification to next of kin. The three were recovered from the crash of a US Army MH-47E Chinook in the Bohol Sea near the island of Apo. The Chinook carried eight US Army personnel, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, and two US Air Force para-rescue jumpers, 320th Special Tactics Squadron, Kadena Air Base, Japan

At approximately 11:45 PM (JST), The bodies of three US service members arrived at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan, onboard a C-130 Hercules. An Army and Air Force joint honor guard team, whose members are stationed at Okinawa, rendered honors upon their return. Names are being with held pending notification to next of kin. The three were recovered from the crash of a US Army MH-47E Chinook in the Bohol Sea near the island of Apo. The Chinook carried eight US Army personnel, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, and two US Air Force para-rescue jumpers, 320th Special Tactics Squadron, Kadena Air Base, Japan

At approximately 11:45 PM (JST), The bodies of three US service members arrived at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan, onboard a C-130 Hercules. Aircrew members render a salute as an Army and Air Force joint honor guard team, carry one of the transfer cases off the aircraft. Names are being with held pending notification to next of kin. The three were recovered from the crash of a US Army MH-47E Chinook in the Bohol Sea near the island of Apo. The Chinook carried eight US Army personnel, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, and two US Air Force para-rescue jumpers, 320th Special Tactics Squadron, Kadena Air Base, Japan

At approximately 11:45 PM (JST), The bodies of three US service members arrived at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan, onboard a C-130 Hercules. An Army and Air Force joint honor guard team, whose members are stationed at Okinawa, rendered honors upon their return. Names are being with held pending notification to next of kin. The three were recovered from the crash of a US Army MH-47E Chinook in the Bohol Sea near the island of Apo. The Chinook carried eight US Army personnel, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, and two US Air Force para-rescue jumpers, 320th Special Tactics Squadron, Kadena Air Base, Japan

SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Jason Privett (left), USAF, and AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Denesha Hendrix, USAF, Postal Clerks assigned to the Camp Justice Postal Center, read the names on packages as they prepare them for sorting

United States Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Chandra Banks, with the 6th Medical Group, 6th Air Mobility Wing (AMW), MacDill Air Force Base (AFB) Florida, reads the names of Florida's fallen warriors written on the replica of the Vietnam Memorial, during the 9th Annual Salute to Vietnam Veterans held at Edward Medard Park, Florida

US Army (USA) Captain (CPT) John Burgeron, a USA South (USARSO) Logistician for Tradewinds 2002, calls out the names of soldiers from Foxtrot Company, 1ST Caribbean Battalion, at the V.C. Bird International Airport, during the Tradewinds 2002 Field Training Exercise (FTX), on the island of Antigua

A young girl views the names of fallen warriors on the Vietnam Memorial moving wall, during the 9th Annual Salute to Vietnam Veterans held at Edward Medard Park near Plant City, Florida, on April the 13th, 2002

An Iraqi school official reads from a list of names at the Al Moter Secondary School, located in the town of Al Hillah, Iraq, as local teachers line up to receive pay. US Army (USA) Soldiers and US Marine Corps (USMC) Marines assigned to Civil Affairs are paying the salary wages for Iraqi Teachers as well as giving 20 dollars gifts to help support school activities and boost morale, while deployed in Iraq, supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Air Force (USAF) Command CHIEF MASTER Sergeant (CCM) William Scott, 100th Air Refueling Wing (ARW), Royal Air Force (RAF) Mildenhall, United Kingdom, stands at attention as the names of missing service members from the Korean Conflict are read as a tribute for POW/MIA Day. Roughly, 130 volunteers read the names in five-minute increments from reveille to retreat

US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) John Lester, 36th Mission Support Squadron (MSS), reads the names of the 33 Airmen killed during the Linebacker II Campaign as part of the ceremony held at Andersen Air Force Base (AFB), Guam. In the formation, beyond the flag, 33 members from Andersen's Network 56, an organization for STAFF and Technical Sergeants, representing the 33 airmen killed during the Campaign. As each name is called a member of the formation comes to attention to representing that person

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-13074-04] Views of American Foreign Service Association Memorial Plaque in C Street Lobby, Harry S. Truman Building. [Among names is that of J. Kirby Simon, a foreign service officer who died while serving in Taiwan in 1995--and the namesake for the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust, dedicated to international assistance projects.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State] [59-CF-DS-13074-04_DSC_0272.JPG]