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Daniel Pletcher (#47418370)
 member for 3 years, 5 months, 26 days
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Mary Hubbard Miller
RE: Betty Jane Pletcher
You are very welcome.

Added by Mary Hubbard Miller on Jun 06, 2014 5:59 AM

Beatrice Bennett
RE: Angels In Need of Flowers
It was my pleasure. I just wish there were more hours in the day and I could visit every memorial on Find A Grave.

Added by Beatrice Bennett on Jun 02, 2014 6:16 PM

Regina Hall Ivie♥
Tory's Memorial
Thank you for leaving a token on my son's memorial. It is appreciated.

Added by Regina Hall Ivie♥ on Jun 01, 2014 9:57 PM

Julie Myers Stephen
RE: Theresa Tinney
Yes, I would very much like to manage her memorial. Thanks

Added by Julie Myers Stephen on Jun 01, 2014 1:34 PM

Daddys♥Girl
RE: Forrest A Pletcher
It was my honor to do so.

Sue

Added by Daddys♥Girl on Jun 01, 2014 8:29 AM

ECNordstrom
RE: Jerry Ray Pletcher
You are so welcome! Little did we know it would be for a veteran when we stopped, warmed our hearts too. The Wesley Chapel Cemetery is a well kept cemetery, one of the nicest cemeteries of those that we have visited in search of graves for others.

Added by ECNordstrom on May 26, 2014 6:26 PM

Beatrice Bennett
KILLED IN ACTION
Hi Daniel. I want to thank you for the tokens and messages you left my 'KILLED IN ACTION' Soldiers. Since they are either family or friends it means so much to me. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your thoughtfulness.

Have a great day...Bea Bennett.

Added by Beatrice Bennett on May 26, 2014 10:16 AM

Gail Naranjo
Memorials.
You are so welcome,Daniel.I love to see someone that loves family history as much as I do.I cannot how much work You have accomplished in 3 years.Keep up the great work You are doing.Sincerely,Vandenbrook G.

Added by Gail Naranjo on May 17, 2014 9:12 PM

Gail Naranjo
Bio.
Dear Daniel,The photo with Your Bio. Is awesome.Sorry You lost Your Grandma.Sincerely,Vandenbrook G.

Added by Gail Naranjo on May 17, 2014 2:25 PM

Elaine Boro
RE: Mary Stewart
You're welcome.

Added by Elaine Boro on May 15, 2014 3:52 PM

twlghtangel
RE: Harold Ray Mostoller
i don't know a lot about stella but my half sister florence does ,, she was her mom,, so if you have and questions,,i'll be pleased to ask her for you,,and thanks for handling my dads grave,,i'll keep up with it now and my daughter gallifray will also help,,thanks

Added by twlghtangel on May 11, 2014 10:03 PM

Memorial Flower
RE: Thank You
You are so welcome, I tried to flower all the mothers on your list. You have a wonderful day.

Added by Memorial Flower on May 11, 2014 1:53 AM

Lance
RE: Thank You
Glad to do it.

Added by Lance on May 10, 2014 1:42 PM

Charlotte
You are very welcome,
dear Daniel. With best regards from Austria !
Charlotte

Added by Charlotte on May 10, 2014 8:46 AM

LKat
Thank you
Thank you for remembering my daddy on his birthday, I appreciate your kindness.

Added by LKat on May 09, 2014 5:35 PM

Greg Hetzler
Find A Grave Memorial# 89498798
I pass this along as I see you left a note with my grandma and, seeing the quote on your page, I thought I would share with you a similar quotation.
Regards,
Greg


The following was extracted from a book published in 1865 by a John A Bolles. I looked this up as I was researching our family's farm. A John P Bolles family operated the Sans Souci Farm on East Lake Road in Livonia, N. Y. from abt 1865 to 1910. My Hetzler Grandparents bought the land there abt 1925 and owned in the family until abt 1992. John A Bolles has a relationship to John P Bolles, now, I to them, through his book.
Greg

The authors note includes the following short verse with his story that follows.

"For who, to dumb forgetfulness a prey,
This pleasing, anxious, being e'er resigned.
Left the warm precincts of the cheerful day,
Nor cast one longing, lingering, look behind !"

"This latent wish to be remembered is easily excited to action. In the course of my genealogical researches. I wrote to one of our name for information in regard to his parentage. He seemed to stand alone and disconnected from any known branch of our tribe, but his face bore the unmistakable Bolles image and superscription. To my first letter he made no answer. His silence did not surprise me; for in many other instances I had already met with the like disappointment. I wrote again, and my second letter was answered by the statement that my correspondent knew the name of his father, but beyond that was wholly ignorant of his ancestry. A third letter secured a promise that he would write to the far-away town of his birth, and obtain, if possible, some further information. Months passed away, and no information came. I then made a journey of thirty miles to call in person upon this dilatory correspondent. I found him at home, surrounded by his family, and at the moment we met holding in his arms a beautiful child of four years old, of whom he was manifestly both proud and fond. "Is it your son, Mr. Bolles" I inquired I. "No, sir," answered he, '' my grandson." "Do you love him ?' He answered by a hug and a kiss that rendered all words idle. " Do you believe he loves you?" "Of course he does. Don't you love grandpa, darling ?" and little curly-head returned the embrace and caress." And yet, Mr. Bolles," said I," and yet, in forty years from now, if he follows your example, he will not even remember your name." My remark struck home to his conscience and his heart. "With tearful eyes he renewed his promise, and in three weeks from that time I received from him a document which enabled me to complete, by the addition of the one needful link, the genealogical chain which connected him with our common ancestor of 1608."

(From the Genealogy of the Bolles Family in America, by John A Bolles, 1865, page i and ii.)

http://www.archive.org/details/genealogyofbolle00boll

Added by Greg Hetzler on May 08, 2014 4:45 PM

CarmasKid
Irene Pletkovic
I'm sorry, being a bear of little brain, I lose the details so often these days. The name, "Pletkovic" caught my eye. It's not a real common name and I thought, I wonder if she's any relation to Kim? She was, though I was sorry for it.

Added by CarmasKid on May 07, 2014 11:45 PM

CarmasKid
Photo for Irene Pletkovic
I found a person tonight saying thanks on a message to you for taking a photo of the above lady's grave. Flipped me out. I graduated with her oldest daughter and hadn't known until tonight that Kim's mom died.

Added by CarmasKid on May 07, 2014 12:02 AM

Memorial Flower
RE: Thank You
You are so welcome, I enjoyed going through and leaving the flower/tokens. Just letting them know they haven't been forgotten.

Added by Memorial Flower on Apr 29, 2014 6:20 AM

Kenny Hylton
Lee graves
Daniel.....I went back this afternoon and sure enough.....grave 159 was in a different area of The Garden of Prayer.... :)
Glad I was able to find it for you!

Added by Kenny Hylton on Apr 26, 2014 1:40 PM

Kenny Hylton
Lee graves
Daniel....there were no Lee names on the head stones either....I had a feeling the Dross wasn't a name I sent to the cemetery but a typo by them so I looked for both...the ground markings at that cemetery are pretty well defined and in that section, the last grave was number 156.....but....I will stop by the office this week and talk to the lady that has been helping me find the graves....the 159 grave may be in a different location in that section of the cemetery....

Added by Kenny Hylton on Apr 26, 2014 11:47 AM

Laura
Thank you for the message
Thank you for the beautiful message that you left my Daddy. Hope that you had a wonderful Easter. God bless.

Added by Laura on Apr 21, 2014 12:43 PM

Beatrice Bennett
MANY THANKS!
Happy Easter, Daniel.
I want to thank you for all the pretty tokens you left my three children and my sister. I truly appreciate it.
Wishing you a pleasant Springtime...Bea.

Added by Beatrice Bennett on Apr 20, 2014 5:38 PM

Diana McDevitt Eyler
RE: Angels in Need of Flowers
Hi Daniel, You are so very welcome. It was my pleasure to remember the Angels who needed flowers. Have a nice Easter Diana.

Added by Diana McDevitt Eyler on Apr 20, 2014 11:27 AM

Rick Allen
George and Pauline Trost-Biebel
Hi. My grandfather was George Biebel. His second wife was Pauling. He is buried in Clarkston MI with my grandmother. He is not with Pauline. She was my step mother. A wonderful lady who was just like a real grandmother to me. Thanks. George and Lucille Biebel are buried in Ottawa Park in Clarkston.

Added by Rick Allen on Apr 19, 2014 10:33 AM

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