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Source for:   Mary Ann Mason Shurtleff,   CAL 1827 -          Index

General Source:   S283
Page:   page 218



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Source for:   Elmer Grant Morgan,   17 Feb 1866 - 12 Oct 1926         Index

General Source:   S498

General Source:   S283
Page:   page 218



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Source for:   Annie Elizabeth Hocking,   12 Mar 1868 - 11 Aug 1898         Index

Birth source:    S111

Note:   Record submitted by a member of the LDS Church
Search performed using PAF Insight on 22 Feb 2006
Text:   Anne Hocking; Female; Birth: 12 MAR 1868 Bone Gap, Edwards, Illinois; Death: 11 AUG 1898; Father: John Wesley Hocking; Mother: Mary Frances Drury; Spouse: Unavailable

General Source:   S498

General Source:   S360

Note:   Gives Ordinance dates.

General Source:   S535
Page:   p. 9

Text:   Alice Hocking, Anna Hocking, Mira Hocking and Cora Hocking are located in Box 41, No. 125.


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Source for:   Elmer Johnson,    -          Index

General Source:   S498



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Source for:   Carl Ray Morgan,   3 Apr 1885 - 21 Nov 1914         Index

General Source:   S498



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Source for:   Bertha M. Oadis,   16 Sep 1889 - 3 Jun 1973         Index

General Source:   S498



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Source for:   Hugh Mackintosh,   7 Oct 1907 - 8 May 1974         Index

General Source:   S498

General Source:   S1333

Text:   Major General Hugh Mackintosh was born 7 October, 1907 (sic) in Boston, Massachusetts. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Infantry following his graduation from the United States Military Academy in 1929. His military education includes the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, and the United States Army Command and Staff College. General Mackintosh served with the Infantry during the first ten years of service and was detailed to the Quartermaster Corps in 1939.
        General Mackintosh made significant contributions to the United States Army and the Quartermaster Corps during three wars. In World War II, he commanded the 471st Quartermaster Group in the European Theater of Operations where he provided Quartermaster support from Normandy through Central Europe to the largest Army ever assembled, the United States First Army. In the Korean conflict, General Mackintosh was Quartermaster for the Eighth United States Army, Commander of the Tokyo Quartermaster Depot, and acting Quartermaster Far East Command. During the early stages of the war in Vietnam, from 1962 to 1966, he was Commanding General, U.S. Army Quartermaster Training Command and Commandant, U.S. Army Quartermaster School, Fort Lee, Virginia. General Macintosh also served as Commander, Defense Subsistence Supply Center and Commanding General, Columbus General Depot.
        General Mackintosh's awards and decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit (two Oak Leaf Clusters), Croix de Guerre with Silver Star, Cross of the Brigadiers of the Royal Battalion of King George I, Honorary Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, and Ulchi Distinguished Military Service Medal with Silver Star. General Mackintosh passed away on May 8, 1974. He is survived by his three children: Robert (*LTC, USA Retired), Gayle Ostensoe, and Richard.

General Source:   S210

Text:   Hugh MacKintosh (sic)
SSN: 224-52-7009
Last Residence: 23834 Colonial Heights, Colonial Heights City, Virginia, United States of America
Boirn: 7 Oct 1907
Died May 1974
State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1956-1957)