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Jeannieology (#47015818)
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If you are an US Citizen, always remember, "Many" paid a dear price for us (all) to be here.

Remember and Honor our Veterans, Ancestors, and all those brave people who sacrificed lives and fortunes so we could live here and enjoy the freedoms we now have. Respect our Flag, battlegrounds, cemeteries and elderly.

Always work to keep our history alive.


A Veteran - whether active duty, retired, National Guard or Reserve - is someone who, at one point in his or her life, wrote a blank check
made payable to "The United States of America" for an amount of "up to and including my life."

That is Honor, and there are way too many people who no longer understand it.



Now, there is an oxymoron.


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"Carpe Diem. Seize the day. Make your lives extraordinary."

There are no "Do-Overs" in this life. Seize the moment-Seize the day. There may not be another opportunity.

Life is like a book. Each day is a new page. May your book be a bestseller with adventures to tell, lessons to learn, and tales of good deeds to remember.

Keep in mind all those who have helped you...directly and directly....and keep humility in your heart. Learn to love and serve people.

"Keep in mind, hurting people often hurt other people as a result of their own pain. If somebody is rude and inconsiderate, you can almost be certain that they have some unresolved issues inside. They have some major problems, anger, resentment, greif or some heartache they are trying to cope with or overcome. The last thing they need is for you to make matters worse by responding angrily." - Joel Osteen

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Brix photo requests
Thank you for fulfilling my photo requests. I really appreciate everything you've done to help me (✿◠‿◠)
Added by Me2u on Jul 04, 2014 5:27 PM
Additional information for Edinburg
This website has plot, birth and death date information for most of the memorials in Edinburg (as well as other cemeteries in the town) -

The first word is the cemetery so you may have to scroll down to Edinburg, but then they're all alphabetical by that cemetery.

I was intrigued by the clock also - maybe he collected them?
Added by Jeni on Jul 02, 2014 5:10 PM
Lynn Simon
Carl and Augusta Hoeppner
Could I use your head stone photo for this couple on my Ancesty Tree, giving credit to you, please?
Added by Lynn Simon on Jun 26, 2014 2:12 PM
Lynn Simon
Hoeppner edits
Thank you for accepting the edits that I have sent. It has helped to link this large family together.
Added by Lynn Simon on Jun 24, 2014 11:33 AM
Tom Cornell
Albert W. Cornell, Rome Center
Are you related to Albert W. Cornell whose burial you have posted in Rome Center Cemetery? The MI death certificate you included in your memorial does not indicate his mother was Hannah. It's a different name, and I am pretty sure I know what it is. If you are interested, please contact me. He is part of a known NY Cornell line.

Tom Cornell
Cornell researcher
Added by Tom Cornell on Apr 22, 2014 6:46 PM
Cute name!
Added by Mrstinylady on Mar 31, 2014 3:53 PM
Cheryl Kapnick
Thank you
Thank you for adding the photo of my great-grandmother's head stone. Her name is Carrie Wells. It has helped me complete my genealogy chart. Your efforts are much appreciated!
Added by Cheryl Kapnick on Jan 28, 2014 9:09 PM
Sherrard family
Thank you for adding my ggg grandparents' graves to this website. I have some additional information on them and would appreciate if you could add it to their pages.

James H. Sherrard #73920036
born - 1796 in Ireland
died - 5 Feb 1851

his wife:

Margaret Hyndman - Sherrard #73900294
born - 1798 in Antrim County, Ireland
died - 14 Oct 1884 in Michigan

Thanks again!
Added by Monty on Dec 30, 2013 1:54 PM
Spelman/Sayrs stones
Hello Jennie, I am updating Berkebile Families in America (6th edition)and I am wondering if you would give me permission to use your photos of the Spelman/ Sayrs stones in the Rome Center Cemetery. You would be given credit for the photos of course.
If you have questions let me know. I'll be happy to answer them
Added by Genfem on Dec 16, 2013 8:26 AM
Nathan Haines
RE: John Bunn
Well now, how about that? You are absolutely right. You are so smart. :-] Yup, that is him alrighty.
Looks like his page is in desperate need of some upgrading. I can do that. I will pester him/her with details on John Bunn.
Thank you very much.
I have gotten into a very bad habit of just searching on with either census search or with family tree searches. I never search by the
"Search all records" option anymore. Looks like I might be missing out by not doing that.
Thanks for finding that. That was very nice of you.
Added by Nathan Haines on Nov 06, 2013 6:54 PM
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