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Florida beachgoer finds buried Marine Corps ring, search for owner

A Florida beachgoer is looking for the owner of a Marine Corps ring found in Siesta Key.

(Facebook/Suzanne Davis Rogers)

A Florida beachgoer is looking for help in identifying the owner of a Marine Corps ring found in Siesta Key.

Suzanne Davis Rogers posted photos of the ring on Facebook on Sunday. She said that she believes that the ring of the owner was in the Platoon 1041, from Parris Island in 2017.

The ring of the markers, are the Marine Corps’ emblem of an eagle, globe and anchor in the middle of a red gemstone.

The date Nov. 10, 1775, the date of birth of the Corps, is also shown on the ring, as the “Tun Tavern,” was formerly an inn in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, which is referred to as the military branch of the “birthplace.”

The ring also has the famous photo of Marines raising an AMERICAN flag on Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima, Japan, In February 1945.

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