I have been researching my genealogy for many years and now have over 18,000 people in my database and in a private genealogy website.
I am a former Navy Nurse, civilian nurse, nurse educator, airline pilot and diving instructor. I am still a photographer & do some tutoring in addition to my genealogy work. I enjoy walking cemeteries and taking photos for you.
I have found thousands of relatives and ancestors who were murdered in the Holocaust. I am entering them, one by one, and so far have created over 2,300 of their memorials, nearly 1500 in Auschwitz alone! They are separated in my virtual cemeteries by camps, and I also created a virtual cemetery for the children. I would be honored if you would stop by to visit them when you are able. I ask only that you refrain from leaving Christian tokens or wording. Thank you so much.
Feel free to add photos to my memorials any time, as long as you have taken them yourself and have not copied them from obituaries. Thanks!!
I am happy to make additions, corrections and family links, and am always grateful for additional information you can send. Please send them using the EDIT feature on the memorial page. I will act on all additions, etc. within 24 hours, if possible.
I would so appreciate if you would stop by my beloved dad's and mom's memorials and leave a token so I know you've been there. My mom just got to heaven on Feb 6th. Thank you so much to those who have already visited them. I have also made virtual cemeteries for my 5 wonderful fur babies and 2 special cousins. They would love to see you too. I miss them all so much. Thank you.
I would like to thank every one of you for visiting my family members & friends. It truly means so very much to me to see all your tokens and notes. You are a very special group of people and I am so grateful to have met you.
Your tombstone stands among the rest Neglected and alone The name and date are chiseled out On polished marble stone It reaches out to all who care It is too late to mourn You did not know that I exist You died and I was born Yet each of us are cells of you In flesh, in blood and bone Our blood contracts and beats a pulse Entirely not our own Dear Ancestor, the place you filled One hundred years ago Spreads out among the ones you left Who would have loved you so I wonder if you lived and loved I wonder if you knew That someday I would find this spot And come to visit you
RE: FAG It's has been a nightmare this week, Sue. This morning the servers were dragging again, but tonight seems to be a bit faster. I kid you not, it took over 3 hours to post tokens to my 144 sponsored vets the night I put the tacky note on my page. Insane! Hope this finds you well, sweet friend. Love and huggles, Suse
Yup, Clarence Edward Robinson is in fact Edward Robinson. Moses James Robinson and Katherine "Kate" Woodson-Robinson had no children Prior to Clarence Edward Robinson. In Most cases, it's Not the "parents" who don't know the Birth, it's the people they marry who don't have a Clue about their spouse' Birth! ... and coupled with illiteracy ... you've got "guessing." You also have to understand that people [country farmers] didn't Celebrate Birthdays back then the way we do today; Mid-wives, if they weren't licensed, did not always readily report births they aided with. Even some of them didn't read or write very well either. :-) That's why the Social Security Admin. "historically" were willing to accept Baptismal Records, documents signed by 2 relatives who could attest to the Birth, Military Reg.'s etc ... I worked for the SSN for 28 years, before I changed Agencies, and there is a pecking order, or process for elimination when establishing birth years involving people born Prior to 1920.
RE: My Daddy Yes, it never strays very far from your heart, does it.... Three years since I lost both mom and dad. Never a day goes by that they're not somewhere in my head and heart. I know the same must be true for you. I'm just so very glad that both of us at least had them for a little while. My very best to you. :)