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Topic: Burial at Pearl?, What's the requirements?< Next Oldest | Next Newest >
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PostIcon Posted on: Apr. 04 2001,8:59  Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

I know you have to be crewmember of ARIZONA to be interned on board her, but what about elsewhere in the area?  Anybody know what the regulations are about scattering ashes, either in the harbor or off the coast?
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Good question Larry.

I am not about to stab at answering this one, but I do know that some survivors ashes are scattered in the harbor. This past Feb 8th, Robert 'Bob' Hudson's (Oglala) ashes were scattered along 1010 Dock. And there are a few already scheduled to be scattered on the 60th anniv.

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PostIcon Posted on: Apr. 04 2001,11:22 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

I suggest you contact Mal Middlesworth at:

mal.phsa@verizon.net

He is the editor of the Pearl Harbor Gram, the official  quarterly newsletter of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association. I remember reading in the GRAM a couple of years ago, the official protocl to be followed when scattering of surivor ashes over Pearl Harbor is desired.

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The last I heard about ashes of deceased crewmen of the USS Arizona was Those physically aboard on 7 December 1941 can be intered in the number four barbette. Those assigned to the USS Arizona but not aboard can have their ashes spread next to the ship. If anyone has further please post your information.
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