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To Honor A Fallen Serviceman.

Any funds procured from this fundraiser would be used to purchase and set a polished granite memorial stone, placed next to a stone purchased by a private individual. The first stone honored six servicemen killed 1 mile north of McFarland Cemetery when their Boeing B-17F bomber crashed 2 Feb. 1943. ... Read More

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Any funds procured from this fundraiser would be used to purchase and set a polished granite memorial stone, placed next to a stone purchased by a private individual. The first stone honored six servicemen killed 1 mile north of McFarland Cemetery when their Boeing B-17F bomber crashed 2 Feb. 1943. I officiated the dedication ceremony for the stone on 20 June, 2020. The stone we're needing to fund would honor Cpl. Kenneth Chase Seamans, who was killed west of the B-17F crash site. He died 18 Dec. 1939, after an ordered bail-out of his stricken Martin B-10B bomber. Cpl. Seamans was unable to deploy his parachute, and was killed in the resulting fall, the only one to die of the 4 man crew. This stone will honor him, and his sacrifices and service to our country in the time leading up to WWII. I will dedicate this stone, placed next to the first one, in his memory. It is important to not forget those who died in service to our country.  I've included the URL of the first stone, in place in McFarland Cemetery for your viewing. Thank you very much for your time/consideration.

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To Honor A Fallen Serviceman.

Rev. Dewey E. Boss, on behalf of

diamond b gunsmithing & sales

This project will honor Cpl. Kenneth C. Seamans with a memorial stone, next to one we previously had placed in McFarland Cemetery in northeastern Graham County Kansas. Cpl. Seamans was killed on 18 Dec. 1939. This will honor his sacrifice and service to our country.

Rev. Dewey E. Boss

Reverend Dewey E. Boss is a co-ownergunsmith of Diamond B Gunsmithing. He, his family and friends are working toward honoring a fallen serviceman who died in Graham County Kansas before and during WWII. We are seeking funding to purchase a memorial stone, to be placed in McFarland Cemetery .

Bogue, Kansas

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    Andrew Boss

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