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Like many of you, we've suffered great loss:
the loss of our first born son, Timmy, my little sister and mom, and all our grandparents.
Thank you so much for every flower and loving thought. Each one means so much. Every time we read one, we're completely touched by the outpouring of loving kindness.
If you'd like a memorial transferred, please don't hesitate to ask. It's an honor to transfer to a relative who wishes to take ownership.
♥ M'Lady & The Gnome ♥
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He who dies with the most citations wins.
Genealogy Top 10
1. My family coat of arms ties at the back. Is that normal?
2. Here lies an atheist... all dressed up and no place to go.
3. You introduce your children as descendants.
4. My ancestors seem to be hiding in a witness protection program.
5. You can recite your lineage back eight generations but can't remember your nephew's name.
6. I researched my family tree, apparantly I don't exist.
7. What do you mean my birth certificate expired?
8. Remember, undocumented genealogy is mythology.
9. Your idea of a vacation consists of a library, courthouse and a couple of cemeteries.
10. Warning: After thirty days, unclaimed ancestors will be adopted.
My OH-SO-VERY, Deepest Desire!
I want relatives who were:
♦ Avid corresponders, patriotic and clubby,
♦ Who joined every patrimonial society they could find,
♦ Fought, yet survived every battle and skirmish,
♦ Kept diaries and thoroughly documented trivial events in their family bibles,
♦ Listed all their addresses,
♦ Had paintings made of their houses,
♦ Spent every dime and resource on tintypes and photographs,
♦ Dated every piece of paper they ever touched,
♦ And who repeatedly donated land for family-named cemeteries as they migrated west!
Family sign-ups at dream-on.com.
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I think the biggest disease the world suffers from in this day and age is the disease of people feeling unloved.
July 1, 1961 - August 31, 1997
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|larry bicknell||Whitfield Bourne Family Cemetery|
Hello & Thank You for all your efforts. I'm hoping you might provide directions to the Whitfield Bourne Family Cemetery in Crawford County AR. I am familiar with the Dripping Springs Cemetery, but not this small family plot. Elias Whitfield Bourne's great-grandson, John E Cornish, will celebrate his 96th birthday shortly.
Hi. I noticed that you manage both the memorials for Isaac Carpenter (1793 - 1851) and Davis S. Carpenter (1821 - 1852), and you have Davis linked as Isaac's son. In the nice write-up you did for Isaac, you list all his children, but you don't include a Davis as one of his sons. Was he really his son or not?
|Avery Greynold||Re: Bertha Green Barger|
Regarding Bertha Green Barger memorial created by M'Lady: I have a photograph of two children (boy 4ish and girl 2ish)) labeled "Harold Green Barger & his sister Celia". Label comes from Harold's daughter Betty Jean Barger (married Bouchard). The Barger memorial has Harold as an only child. Photo suggests another child, possibly lost before his second marriage to Mattie Velona Quick.
You have Vera Mae Smelley Shindler added under her maiden name, as you can see by the photo on the memorial page. Memorial #52967617. I'm in the process of verifying/documenting every grave in Old North Church Cemetery as part of a preservation project. Can you edit her memorial and put her maiden name as Smelley and her married name as Shindler, so she will show up correctly in searches? Thanks.
Added by BSmith on Feb 02, 2015 11:15 PM
I noticed you control most of the Carpenters in Blockville, NY. I am also a descendant of Josiah Carpenter.
Added by Rachel R on May 07, 2014 10:09 PM
|ATC (AW) Ray Jackson, USN (ret)||Hello|
You made a statement that you would willingly transfer memorials, but I seem to be having a problem getting your attention for my transfer requests.
|Rudy Caldwell||Fred M. Gilreath|
The initials A.E.G. on the stone near Fred M. Gilreath are the initials of his brother Albert Ernest Gilreath. Albert may be buried in Bellwood Annex in Pine Bluff AR with his brother Fred but I am not sure. I will let you know if I find out.
|ATC (AW) Ray Jackson, USN (ret)||Transfer requests|
Sorry to bother you, however I have made several requests to have my great great grandparent's memorials transferred through proper channels, but have had no response to any of my requests, so I thought I should go a different direction. The information required is this following:
My number: 47285408
Thank you for your time and assistance.
|Rubia||David S. Carpenter|
David S. Carpenter # 10588414 was my 2x grandfather. He was born 13 January 1821 in Harmony Twp. Chautauqua, NY.
Married in 1846 to Electa Laquay (Lakeway)different spelling on cense. They had two children
Wealthy Carpenter 1846 - 1904
Ira Elmer Carpenter 1850 - 1913
Would you please add this information
Added by Rubia on Nov 04, 2013 7:57 AM
|Bryan Fisher||Lou Robertson at King Cemetery, Mulberry, AR|
Thank you so much for adding my great-aunt Lou Robertson's memorial at the King Cemetery in Mulberry (# 22284866). If you could transfer that to me, I'd be very much obliged.
I was just there last week to take pictures, and I find that she's buried right next to her father, Alexander Mack Robertson (# 93476666). I'd like to link the two graves. Also, her mother Ellen Robertson is buried in the Hight Cemetery, and I'd like to link this memorial to her as well.
Biographical information is as follows: Louisa "Lou" Robertson was born January 30, 1873 in Mulberry, Crawford, Arkansas and died November 1, 1896 in Mulberry, Crawford, Arkansas. She never married.
Thanks for your care and assistance!
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