|Brenda J. Masters Charles (#47786048)|
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|A cemetery is a history of people - a perpetual record of yesterday and sanctuary of peace and quiet today. A cemetery exists because every life is worth loving & remembering always. |
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|Jeff Harvey||RE: Lois|
You are most welcome, Brenda!! I transferred the memorial to you :-) In locating this stone, I also happened across Craig Gansell, who is Stuart's nephew . . . he's president of the cemetery association!! :-)
|Sharla Cerra||Julius Tyler, 77180656|
I see you posted some flowers for Julius. I just added a couple of flowers with memories from our little Nebraska town'S history which you might enjoy reading.
|Christine Cornwell Gilbert||RE: Catherine & William Cornwell|
My Uncle, George Cornwell, only brother to my father William D the III, is buried in the same cemetery, Bethlehem Memorial Park as is my Brother William the IV. I WILL GET uncle Georges info and pic of grave as well as my brothers. My brother was born 9/10/73 and died 4/14/00.
Thomas Richardson was born 1608 and died 1651 and had a son Nathaniel born in 1650.
Samuel Richardson was born 1604 and died 1658 and had a son John born 1639.
Does this connect us?
Where do you live?
We live in Lincoln, Nebraska but are moving to Las Vegas, Nevada the end of the year.
Thanks and have a great day.
|Rick Cashen||Samuel Richardson|
My name is Rick Cashen from Lincoln, Nebraska and Samuel is my 9th great grandfather. His brother Thomas is my 8th great grandfather. Wondering how you're related. My 2nd great grandmother was Mary Richardson who married Thomas Hamilton. Thought we might be able to exchange some info if you would like. My home email is:: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com is my work one until end of year when we are moving to Las Vegas.
Take care and have a great day.
Your distant distant cousin
|FamilyHunter||Mary Laufenberg (#25353895)|
I see that you were unsure if Mary's father was buried in the same cemetery as Mary. He is, indeed, buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Merrillan, next to his wife Shirley and son Bradley. I attached headstone photos for her mother and father as well as her brother on their respective memorials.
|Robert Burke||RE: Information|
My records show John Isaac Sweet and his family immigrated to United States in December 1630 aboard the ship the Lyons. They sailed with Roger Williams and his family.