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|Laurie H||RE: Joseph K. Overholt parents links|
I have updated Joseph's memorial per your request.
Added by Laurie H on Jul 28, 2012 10:43 PM
|Patsy Hittle Gore||Asa Avery Gore|
Thank you posting the Beckwith's 1859 Almanac for Asa Avery Gore. Appreciate you sharing with all of us. Happy Digging, Patsy Hittle Gore :)
|Matthew Jenkins||Thank you!|
|georgia oldenberg||Zoroaster Flanders|
Carolyn, Zoroaster Semirarius Flanders married
Charlotte Brown abt.1838. He was born June 11, 1814 in New Hampshire and died 1896 and is buried in Vicksburg, Michigan cemetery. His wife died abt 1854 and possibly buried in Mendon, Michigan. They are my great-great-grandparents. I have more info on the Flanders family. My mother's maiden name was
Flanders, daughter of Zoe Frank Flanders. Are you a direct descendant of the Flanders line?
|CHerr||RE: Gates Family in Blue Mountain Lake Cemetary|
Thanks for the message; I'm not related to anyone at the cemetery, but had noticed very few were on findagrave when I summer there; so I added a number of those whose last names I was familiar with the history of the region.
If you find memorials where I should add links please give them to me with the edit tab and I will be glad to add them.
Added by CHerr on Nov 17, 2011 6:40 AM
|Jerry Huffman||RE: Gregory Lawrence|
You are very welcome.
|Jerry Huffman||Gregory Lawrence|
Hope you can use on his memorial.....
LAWRENCE, Jr., GREGORY E.: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
San Diego Union-Tribune, The (CA) - February 26, 2009
Deceased Name: LAWRENCE, Jr., GREGORY E.
We are saddened to announce the death of our beloved husband, father, and grandfather, Gregory E. Lawrence Jr., of Solana Beach, on January 29, 2009, who was age 80. Greg was the son of Gregory and Grace Lawrence, Sr. and grew up in South Pasadena, California. He attended Occidental College, in Los Angeles, under the Hollaway (V-5) Flying Midshipman Program from 1946 to 1948 where he joined the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. In 1948, the Navy sent him to Pensacola, Florida, for flight training as a Naval Aviator Midshipman, receiving his "wings" in April 1950. This launched a Naval career that spanned more than 30 years. While at Occidental College, Greg made the acquaintance of a fraternal brother's younger sister, Phyllis Overholt. Greg and Phyllis were married in 1954 and celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary last August. During his Naval career, Greg served in the Korean conflict and the Vietnam War. He was also on the Staff at COMNAVAIR Pacific in the early 1970's. His military awards include the Legion of Merit with gold star, the Air Medal with gold star, and Meritorious Service Medal. He retired from the Navy in 1973 with the rank of Captain. While in the Navy, Greg completed his bachelor's degree in science at the Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey, California, in 1963, and earned a Masters degree in Computer Science from American University in 1969. After retiring from the Navy, Greg earned his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Western State College of Law (now Thomas Jefferson School of Law), and became an Enrolled Tax Agent. He founded Lawrence Tax Service, and was proud to have his son Miles and daughter Martha work with him in his successful tax practice. Greg enjoyed golf and was a longtime member of the Loma Santa Fe Golf Club. He also looked forward to regular reunions with members of the Flying Midshipman. Most of all, however, Greg was a devoted family man. He took enormous pride in the accomplishments of his children and grandchildren, and always supported their endeavors with good advice and unwavering faith in their abilities. Greg is survived by his beloved wife, Phyllis, formerly of Solana Beach and now of La Costa Glen, California, his children, Greg III and wife Carolyn of Jamul, California, Miles and wife Kim of Carlsbad, Martha and husband Brian McCleery of Denver, Colorado, and Theme and husband Smith Oosamron, of Thailand. Other survivors include his brother Jack and his wife Mary of Santa Rosa, California, and Greg's two grandchildren, Amanda and Greg IV, both of Jamul. We will miss him, but never forget him, for the lessons he taught us are in our hearts forever. In lieu of flowers, Phyllis asks that you make a donation in Greg's memory to your favorite charity, or to Silverado Hospice, 3750 Convoy Street, Suite 200, San Diego, CA 92111.
Copyright 2009 Union Tribune Publishing Co.
|Kim Lawrence||RE: Mary Annettie Lawrence|
Carolyn, well thank you for leaving Mary A a token. There are not any family connections in Iowa that I know of yet, but Mary's dad and siblings were in Rice Co., Kansas from the early 1870's until early 1900's. I don't know how far that is from where your Lawrence's were in Kansas. I have also looked through my family files and so far have not come across a Walter Lawrence.
You sister in law has a wonderful name!!! : )
Good luck to you also!.
|Kim Lawrence||Mary Annettie Lawrence|
thank you for recently leaving a memorial on Mary Annettie Lawrence's page. I was wondering if you happen to be related to this line of Lawrences? I have been working on this line for several years and have not been able to find some descendants. Thank you again.
|INDIANATURTLE||RE: Lula Sage|
Carolyn: Thank you for your help. I'll combine the data and photos for Lula into one record. My cousin (lives in in Beloit) and I appear to have connections to a good portion of the folks buried at Newark. Mgmt. of the records makes revisions easier. Thanks again for adding the original data & photos!
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