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ForeverHisAngel (#48090933)
 member for 2 years, 8 months
Lesa Townsend
Thank you

Added by Lesa Townsend on Nov 09, 2015 1:18 PM

Lois Dyer
RE: Mariano Gonzalez
You are very welcome. I would rather family have the memorials, I just created them so family can find them.

Added by Lois Dyer on Oct 24, 2015 12:39 PM

Mary Jane Lewis Butz, Fairmount Cemetery
Thanks for the link. Will approve now. If she's in your family tree, I'll be glad to transfer her to your care.
Mary in NJ

Added by Mary on Oct 24, 2015 10:39 AM

Richard Arthur Fenner
Josh Fenner
I sent you a bio, but I'm not related

Added by Richard Arthur Fenner on Sep 30, 2015 4:05 PM

Sandra Moore
RE: Leroy Hamilton Corbin Memorial# 87097996

Marriage information from Michigan Marriages. It looks like from the information found he was married three times. All three wives are now linked to his memorial. Thank you for you input.

Sandra Moore

Added by Sandra Moore on Sep 02, 2015 3:50 PM

RS Witwer
RE: William C Danenhower
You're very welcome. Rhonda

Added by RS Witwer on May 29, 2015 4:18 AM

Generoso Festa, NJ
Is he a relative, if you need help let me know

Added by Direwolf on Nov 19, 2014 6:01 AM

Margaret Gunn
Amanda White 18047652
Hi, I tried to remove her father in law but couldn't so I contacted the person who posted the father in law. Hopefully it will work out

Added by Margaret Gunn on Mar 14, 2014 6:44 PM

Your flowers & note
Just wanted to thank you for the flowers & nice comment you left for my mother (Memorial# 21246706). Glad you enjoyed her biography. My mother would have liked your token.

Got to say, it was very hard to trim her life down to just little bits & pieces on many main things. There are lots more 'main' things I would love to put in, but her biography would become so long, I'd need to make a second memorial to hold it all. ^_^

Example, her love of sitting down with little girls and playing with their Barbie's with them, teaching them how to fix their hair for each outfit, etc. Loved playing with new sets of paper dolls too. She didn't pay no mind to the other adults watchng her on the floor with the children. They could think whatever they liked, she said. Those adults just didn't know what they were missing out on, not sitting down in the floor to play with the children. She never had any dolls of her own, as a child. For Christmas, the girls awoke to balloons tied to the foot of their bed and the boys to 1 small bag of marbles to share. That was it. So, she loved buying Barbies & accessories for me and her nieces. She said she loved buying more for us, because it gave her another opportunity to play with the dolls too. (you know... when you buy a small child a gift, you get to "check it all out" together... ^_^ )

On her last Christmas & birthday, I pulled out all the stops, as they say. I had thought on it all and knew what to do. She had also liked jewelry boxes, the kinds for little girls with the music and ballerina... and had made certain that I and her nieces always had one (which gave her the opportunity to check them out & play them also when given). She also loved jigsaw puzzles & oil paint by number pictures. We spent many, many days and nights doing those together through the years of my growing up.

So, for Christmas 2005, I got her a beautiful "Collectors Birthday Barbie" (who also posed and talked, like the one she bought me so many years ago). When she had peeled back some of the wrapping and saw what was inside, shocked is an understatement. Her reaction had others asking her what she had gotten. Stunned, she had said, "I've got a Barbie! I've got my very own Barbie! Wow, she talks too!" That was all she could say. My mother left the doll in her box, for protection, and displayed her over the television in the living room, so she could look at her everyday and visitors would see the Barbie that was her very own. With the Barbie, I had also gotten her another huge jigsaw puzzle and a very large paint by number set, giving her something to do in the evenings, like that we had enjoyed so many years ago together.

After she had opened these, I had told her just wait til she see's what she gets for her birthday & Valentine's day combination that was coming up. Her eyes got huge with wonder at that statement. She had asked, "what in the world could you get or do that would top me getting my very own Barbie?".

On my way home that night, an hour drive on country roads, it started to snow and I saw several bunnies and deer on the way. Snowing, Christmas night, in Northwest Florida. A perfect end to my last Christmas Day with my mother.

February came, and she got to find out what I had meant. I had found a jewelry box that looked like the old shiftrobes with the mirror in the middle, drawers below and sides that were the tall closets. In the section with the mirror, was a ballerina that twirled when the box was wound up. A "big girls" version of little girls musical jewelry boxes. Her shock at this jewelry box, almost topped her reaction to her Barbie. Her very own musical ballerina jewelry box.

With this gift, was two more. I had found an 18" collectors doll, on a stand. A porceline ballerina, almost an exact match of the one in the jewelry box. A ballerina doll to stand by her Barbie. She now 2 dolls of her very own.

The last part of all this, was a "Dishtowel Angel Doll" to hang in her kitchen, with the doll's "clasped hands" holding a small piece of paper with a short prayer typed on it. I had told her, this was her very own angel & prayer to watch over her while in the kitchen. She told me, that she had seen these Dishtowel Angels and had wanted one. Well, now she had one.

The Tuesday after Easter, my mother went home, to now live among the angels.

Fast forward to today, and I found she now has a message. Her 'very first message' on her memorial, other than my own... and who was it from? "ForeverHisAngel" with a fairy token, February 2, 2014, the day after her birthday. How very, very fitting.

Thank you ForeverHisAngel. You truly are,

PS. Almost forgot. I had wanted to ask you, what brought you to finding her memorial? Any connections or something? Got to admit, you got me really curious when I saw your message.

Added by ValSG on Feb 12, 2014 11:46 AM

Moses Crowell
Thanks so much for taking the time to photograph and post his marker. It's much appreciated.

Added by cwdalzell on Nov 12, 2013 2:09 PM

Jack Lowe
Smith's at Thompson Memorial Cemetery
Good morning from Jack Lowe in Punta Gorda, FL

I'm hoping you live near Thompson Memorial Cemetery since I see you recently posted a memorial from there. We JUST made some significant ancestry discoveries that involve this cemetery and now we have more questions than answers.

So, maybe you can help us with your knowledge of the cemetery, or some additional pictures on your next return trip.

I am researching my wife's family - Carol Smith from Bloomsbury NJ.

Her Great grandfather Hugh Smith a tailor who lived in Lambertville. We recently received his death certificate and discovered his father is James and mother Hannah.

I am almost certain that I found James and Hannah Smith in New Hope, he was also listed as a tailor. Furthermore, I found their burials and headstone pictures in Thompson Memorial Cemetery.

I have no information beyond James, but in Findagrave I have found Samuel Smith and Ann L Smith also in Thompson Memorial. I'm trying to determine if they might be James parents.

I saw that you recently created the memorial for Ann 1746-1812.

Now I'm trying to determine if Samuel and Ann were a couple?
The headstone shapes are different so do you remember if they are located next to each other? Are James 1798-1871 and Hannah 1798-1880 near other Smiths?

The headstone picture for Samuel Smith is different from the Smith monument also in his memorial... Hmmm?

Are other Smith's on or near the monument?

There is a 50 year difference between the birthdate of Samuel 1749, and James 1798 which makes me think that they are not likely to be father and son, BUT in Samuel's memorial a child Abner 1797 is found, so perhaps I'm wrong...?

Feel no obligation to put a lot of effort into this! I'm writing simply because I saw that you were recently in the cemetery, and that you seem to be a Geneaology buff.

Thanks... Jack

Added by Jack Lowe on Oct 26, 2013 7:19 AM

Bill Walton
Thanks for the photo

All the Best

Added by Bill Walton on Aug 22, 2013 10:00 AM

Sarah Finetta "Nettie" Noble Manners
Thank you so much for the photos you posted. not only did you post a picture of the headstone (which, unfortunately, I cannot read), but you posted the information cards! Thank you for your thoughtfulness!


Added by Valita on Aug 21, 2013 8:36 AM

Howard Howell
Thank you for the picture of his stone. Please note it looks like the system hiccupped and there are 3 copies of the same picture posted. You may want to delete two of them. Thanks Again

Added by KChaffeeB on May 30, 2013 6:44 PM

Monika Cantrell
Angie Felber #88611813
Of course the offer still stands and the memorial has been transfered to you.

Added by Monika Cantrell on May 01, 2013 5:42 PM

Gerald Matthews
Thankyou so much tot taking the photo of the Gardner's headstone. I appreciate it.

Added by Gerald Matthews on May 01, 2013 2:38 PM

Monika Cantrell
Angie Felber
Thank you for the information. It has been added. If you`d like, I will transfer the memorial to you.

Added by Monika Cantrell on Apr 02, 2013 7:07 PM


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