"Just a guess, but since DeWars and Beefeaters are made in the UK, I would guess the lamp was made there too, and that the plug was made for European wiring which is different from that in the USA. Therefore the plug was cut off preparatory to…"
"Has the plug been cut off the wire? I wonder why? The design, powder coating, wire and plug all date it to around 1980s or newer. It's called a "bar light" meaning it was used in a bar or tavern. Values range for other…"
"hi Vanessa there seem to be a few Robinsons as chaplains Raymond A Robinson i found is not caucasian
my email to Raymon E Robinson below
my reply - he has left that position
Greetings in the wonderful name of the Lord! Chaplain Robinson has…"
"i don think its the same sorry - its says he paints stange animals, decaying plant matter etc in the right up, never be afraid to ask if you think the person is still alive and have an email address, i do and you will be surpised how much help i…"
"Alright, I have looked around, and until the Tech Support gets a hold of me about HTML coding on this site let's try this Vanessa. Would you please go to your images on your phone (I'm not sure how this works on a Galaxy) and click it and…"
"hi this is from the website - it does say he did reach the rank of Maj. Gen - I did not say it was the man in your picture (Tom is correct the painting with Robinson is a chaplain) but i gave you the names as starting points for research same…"
"Nguyen thanh Long i found born 1978 - pics i saw dont look like yours sorry also found Nguyen Thanh Chuong - also not like yours then i found Phong Nguyen Thanh - it looks like the name is popular so he may not be well known - i still think…"
"She's awesome but incorrect.
The man who is pictured is not a Major General, just a Major. He is also a Chaplain. Further research is required.
Possibly is Major Raymond M. Robinson, Jr. Chaplain. Served in WWII and Korea."
"Vanessa. I stopped looking at your photos just because you're not listening to what Tom is trying to tell you. It is a pain for some members to go through and click every single link. PLEASE UPLOAD THEM. I will post a video for how to upload…"
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