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Offline RJ137

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Re: Marriage in San Francisco ?
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 02 December 17 16:41 GMT (UK) »
It appears from the time line on the articles, Elmer & Dorothy must have gotten married just before he shipped out to Hawaii


The Press Democrat
Santa Rosa, California
Thursday, December 24, 1942 - Page 2

 Elmer Cunningham, seaman second class, sent greetings to "everyone I know," and expressed hope to be home for Christmas holidays in a letter to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cunningham of this city. He urged, "Keep on buying war bonds and stamps, folks, so not just me but all the boys can come back home sooner than next Christmas. We will do our part." Cunningham's address is United States Coast Guard, in care of Captain cf the Port, Hilo, Hawaii

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The Press Democrat
Santa Rosa, California
Friday, March 26, 1943 - Page 7

Elmer Cunningham, brother of Mrs. Sharon Miller of this city, has been promoted to the rating of seaman first class in the U. S. Coast Guard, he reports. Young Cunningham, now stationed in Hawaii, is a graduate of the Santa Rosa High School class of 1940.

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Re: Marriage in San Francisco ?
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 02 December 17 17:48 GMT (UK) »
Thank you very much , that is great information and much appreciated .
Regards
Alan

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