Thank You to BillionGraves Contributor for Rear Admiral Fluckey’s Headstone Photo

I posted about Rear Admiral Eugene B. Fluckey also known as “Lucky Fluckey” in this blog post: The Sub That Sank a Train. Thank you to Beth, BillionGraves contributor, for taking and transcribing the photo. You can view the image at The good news is that BillionGraves shows you where in the cemetery the photo was taken so if you get a chance to visit the cemetery, you will know where to find his burial place.

.Its captain for a large portion of the sub’s activities was Eugene “Lucky” Fluckey, You can also read more about him at

You can view his Find-A-Grave memorial at A photo request has been added on BillionGraves, and you can view the cemetery at


About ICT Genealogist

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