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perkylzd (#46848302)
 member for 9 years, 1 month, 10 days
Bertha Thompson
Fred Kibler
Bertha, my grandmother, lived in Lebanon, Missouri as did all her brothers and sisters. I went to the family reunion and have a few pictures. She was killed in a car wreck when she was 91. She was a very sweet lady and a Baptist. I spent a lot of time with my grandparents as they always lived close by. My grandfather was a very smart man and also a gentleman. He did not talk about his family much. He was close to Ethel. I never met his sister in Florida. My mother was Wilma their daughter. What pictures do you have?

Added by Bertha Thompson on Mar 09, 2015 12:16 AM

Bertha Thompson
William E Kibler
William Kibler was my grandfather. He was not a regular doctor. He was a chiropractor working out of his home part time. He also had many other jobs. Thanks for the picture of his sister in Florida

Added by Bertha Thompson on Jan 20, 2015 7:57 PM

Linda920
RE: Thank you
Thank you again for posting the picture. I do not live close to my father's grave and I do not have the opportunity to visit Florida very often. I appreciate you taking the time to take the photos and posting them here. Because of you, I am considering doing the same the next time I go to the cemetary to visit loved ones here where I live.

Added by Linda920 on Feb 04, 2014 7:06 AM

Linda920
Correcting my Dad's entry
Hello,

You entered my father's grave stone, and then you misspelled Marine Corps. Can you please fix it? After he served 27 years in the Marine Corps he earned the right to have it spelt right. If you would like additional information about him to add, I will be glad to provide it.

Linda Ginder (Murphy)

Added by Linda920 on Feb 03, 2014 9:51 AM

Rosanna Bencoach
Giannini family
Lori,
Just looked again at the photos you posted on the family list on yahoo. Those are some terrific photos. I'm particularly intrigued by the group shot from the early 70s (or last 1960s). I'm guessing that early 70s is more likely because my grandfather, Vernon (d. Aug 1968) and grandmother Edith (d. Sept 1969) are not in it. Via email, I'd like to compare notes with you about who we each can identify, and then post it to the family Facebook page to ask others to chime in. Even the ones I can't place or name look SO familiar. These are the faces of people I knew as a child, some very well. My email address is rbencoach@ gmail.com. (remove space) Thanks!
Rosie

Added by Rosanna Bencoach on Oct 14, 2013 1:06 PM

Rosanna Bencoach
RE: Giannini kin
Yes, I remember you! Now I can mentally put the user name and cousin name together when I see your material on Find A Grave. Terrific! We have a facebook group, too. https://www.facebook.com/groups/234118869940937/
- Rosanna

Added by Rosanna Bencoach on Oct 14, 2013 9:41 AM

Rosanna Bencoach
Giannini kin
Hi! From your logon ID, I'm not sure if we have met, but we are cousins! My great-grandfather, George Washington Giannini, was a brother of your great-grandmother, Mary Elizabeth Giannini. I saw the note you left on John Oscar's memorial and have updated it per your suggestion.
Rosanna Bencoach
(near Richmond)

Added by Rosanna Bencoach on Oct 13, 2013 10:17 PM

Pamela Parks Costa
Zaugg
I am happy to have found your family members. Many Findagravers's have found missing loved ones for me and I bless them.
Findagrave people are, on the whole wonderful people.

I am happy to be of any help to anyone - anytime.

:)

Thanks

Pam

Added by Pamela Parks Costa on Jan 29, 2013 8:54 PM

Heather from VA
Eddie Gentry @ Slate Hill
Hello!! To answer your question about what his inscription says.... I can't read all of it, but the last part says "Safe in the arms of Jesus" I think.

So glad you were able to find some relatives!!

Added by Heather from VA on Jan 20, 2008 7:18 AM

 
 

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