|Gracie's Grammy (#46792132)|
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It is important that we remember those who have lived before us for they have, in many ways, prepared us for who we are today.|
Family names Lark, Dee, Heiman, Housman, Loper.
I have a very special spot in my heart for veterans and members of law enforcement. I believe it is important to support our police officers and troops.
I believe every memorial should have a virtual flower. When I see one without, I add one; it's an honor to leave my respects. That person was once loved and cherished by someone, somewhere.
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|Myra IV 💕||Willis Lyndell Williams|
The picture on Willis' memorial, is that Bed & Lora pictures with Willis and Ahmalee? There's no description on it... And I'm curious to know. I'm researching the Moore line...
|Christina Louise Willis||Grace Price|
Thank you so very much!
|Larry G. Borders, CMSgt, USAF (Ret)||Memorial #11360897|
Thank you for your email regarding Det. Wayne McClelland. Wayne was in the U.S. Air Force where he served for 4 years beginning in 1962. His military rank was Airman First Class (A1C)and he was honorably discharged in 1966. Wayne and I were stationed together at Loring AFB, Maine from 1962-66. We were military policemen and at the time we worked with and trained Air Force Sentry Dogs (Attack Dogs). Wayne was a great guy, always had a smile, and was great to be with. I never saw or heard from Wayne again after his discharge from the Air Force. But he was a brother veteran and I will never forget him.
|Micnmac||re: Find A Grave Memorial #140546180|
Thank you so much for transferring the memorial you created for my 2nd Great-Grandmother to my care. It is most appreciated!
Added by Micnmac on Jun 13, 2015 6:45 PM
|Anna Jaech||Sgt. James King|
I'm grateful to you for honoring Sgt. King.
|Judith Ann Nix Castellini||Thanks!|
Thank you for leaving Jim a flower! I agree with you; if a grave doesn't have a flower, I leave one. I tend to look for those pages that only have a few flowers on them. I like to read the obituaries (or stories), too.
|Kathy||Robert Lee Robertson #20817771|
Thank you for the transfer. Have a great week. Take care & God bless.
Added by Kathy on Apr 28, 2015 10:31 AM
|Embalmu2||RE: Dwight Brinson|
Looks pretty correct to me! The records in the teens at Oak Hill are kind of wonky. I don't have a marker for this one so I would assume it is not marked or the marker is buried. Thanks for the info! Janis
Added by Embalmu2 on Mar 21, 2015 9:37 AM
Thank you so much for the visit for Yannis's Angel day. It made a hard day a little easier to know that so many friends care.
Added by Roxy on Feb 26, 2015 1:07 AM
|Shirley Wadell||St. Trinity Cemetery in KY|
Thank you for documenting St. Trinity. About 2 years ago, my husband and I took pictures of every single gravestone in Lebanon Church of Christ near Mayfield, Graves, KY. Even though we do not live in Kentucky [we live in St. Louis], I wanted to do this because I have several ancestors who are buried there. Believe it or not, there are over 500 stones in Lebanon. In the meantime, I'm updating the burial listing for the cemeteries in the Graves Co KY Cemetery book 1, comparing them to Findagrave, and if they are not listed in Findagrave, I try to list them. Again I want to thank you for documenting St. Trinity. P.S. Are you going to post your photos?
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