Green Bay Press-Gazette - Local News John Kerrys visit next week, green Bay leaders are readying the welcome sign set for John Kerry House Party Day May 22, 2004 (more) tom Perrys http://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/news/local/
Tom Green Co, TX Archives tom green County Archives Table Of Contents. This page was last updated on Monday, 12Apr-2004 151621 MDT. Obituaries of tom green County, Texas. http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/tx/tomgreen/tomgtoc.htm
Extractions: ~ An Additional Page ~ Cemeteries Description of File File Size Date Submitted by Tom Green County Cemetery Photos ~ various cemeteries List of Cemeteries from GNIS 1 kb Apr 2000 Phyllis Hill Ben Ficklin Cemetery 9.69 kb May 1999 Hyatt E. Cayon Fairmont Cemetery 2.62 kb Feb 2002 Kim Antell Knickerbocker Cemetery ~ partial listing 3.22 kb Feb 2002 Kim Antell Knickerbocker Catholic Cemetery 3.44 kb Feb 2002 Kim Antell Mullins Cemetery 14.7 kb Jun 2001 Ora Byrd Reavis History Yearbooks Description of File File Size Date Submitted by 1927 Westerner, Yearbook of San Angelo High School 8 kb Nov 2003 Don Brownlee Land Records Description of File File Size Date Submitted by Land Survey Abstract Indices of the Original Land Owners of Texas 183 kb Oct 1996 Mike Taylor Sale of Knickerbocker Ranch, 1942
Thomas Arthur Green Information Thomas Arthur green Information. David O. Leavitt Juab County Attorney 146 North Main Nephi, Utah 84048 Telephone(435) 6233460. THOMAS ARTHUR green dob 6-9-48. http://www.polygamyinfo.com/tgreen info.htm
Search For Jolly Green 23 The Search for Jolly green 23 A Shau Valley/Base Area 611. USAF Photo. Jolly green 23 Found! Jolly green 23 Remains Repatriated. http://www.cc.gatech.edu/fac/Thomas.Pilsch/AirOps/JG23.html
Extractions: The Government of the United States of America has gone to extraordinary lengths to recover the remains of those missing in action from the war in Southeast Asia. This is the story of one such on-going search, an effort in which I personally have been involved. Click here for more on America's ongoing efforts to recover MIA's from all wars since World War II. A large SAR effort was mounted to rescue the pilot, 1st Lt. Walter R. Schmidt, Jr., USMC , who had landed along a major branch of the Ho Chi Minh Trail near the Laos-Vietnam border. After extensive bombing to silence the enemy ground fire, an HH-3E Jolly Green Giant helicopter moved in to attempt a pickup. This helicopter, Jolly Green 22 , made two attempts to reach the survivor but was driven off by heavy ground fire each time. After each attempt, more ordnance was expended on the surrounding areas in an effort to suppress this ground fire.