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Lois Belanger (#46779804)
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StorybehindtheStones
RE: William Heeks
Hi Lois
I will gladly check it out for you!

Gail
Added by StorybehindtheStones on Feb 05, 2014 7:04 PM
Donna Blinn
RE: Charles Heeks & Josephine
Lois: I have Barbara Heeks born 1924 as she was 1 yr. 10 months old in the April 1925 RI State Census. Living on Mineral Spring Ave. with her parents and siblings. Hope this helps! Donna.
Added by Donna Blinn on Jan 24, 2014 5:29 PM
Donna Blinn
RE: Charles Heeks & Josephine
Hi Lois,
I was wondering if you could help me with Clara Heeks b: 1868 England, daughter of Benjamin H. Heeks and Anne Pittaway.

Clara married Daniel James Billington in 1889. Clara died 1899 in Pawtucket. Any chance you have a Birth Record/Certificate for her? I think she may have been born Jan-Mar 1868 in Aston, Warwickshire, England (registration district. I need to find her Birth Record.

I am assisting Dr. Robert (Bob) Billington of RI in his Family History as he is pursuing Mayflower Society Membership. Bob being your 2nd cousin 1X removed (or rather your 3rd cousin). Clara (Heeks) Billington is his Great Grandmother.

My name is Donna H. Blinn. Email is:
heritage.blinn@gmail.com

It might make it easier to communicate via direct email.

Thanks so much, Lois, for your prompt reply and your fantastic genealogy work!!! Great job!

Hope to keep in touch!
Regards, Donna.
Added by Donna Blinn on Jan 24, 2014 5:19 PM
Donna Blinn
Charles Heeks & Josephine
Thought I would pass this info on to you as I just found the RI 1925 State Census which shows Charles & Josephine at that time had 4 children: Beatrice b: 1893, Ethel b:1899, Charles Jr. b: 1902 and Barbara b:1924. Hope this is helpful!
Donna Blinn - Researching Heeks Surname as it relates to the Billington Family.
Added by Donna Blinn on Jan 24, 2014 2:11 PM
Don H. Morrison
Darren Morrison
Yes, he did do the things he liked to do. Hunting & fishing we did together. Thank you for visiting my son's memorial.
Added by Don H. Morrison on Oct 05, 2012 4:12 PM
Susan Edwards
Thank you
~Thank you so much for the beautiful message you left for my dear Uncle Tom. He was indeed a wonderful man, and my Mum's baby brother. He was an example to all.
Added by Susan Edwards on Mar 10, 2010 12:10 PM
Grace, Peace and Love, Karen
RE: Keeping you in my prayers
I was blessed, Lois. I went back to the surgeon and don't have to have surgery after all. I was quite scared. I'm going through quite a bit right now - daughter in rehab, granddaughters living with their other grandparents, husband out of work, my brother is living with us and he has mental health problems, so facing anal surgery was just the icing on the cake. Thank you for thinking of me. Write anytime!! Hugs, Karen
Added by Grace, Peace and Love, Ka... on Oct 05, 2009 7:49 PM
Jen Snoots
RE: Walnut Hill Cemetery
Hi there,
Sorry for the nearly month delay in reply (illness) but am so glad to hear I listed some folks that you were looking for! If you have any info you'd like me to add to any memorial, please feel free to let me know!
~Jen~
Added by Jen Snoots on Sep 14, 2009 8:11 PM
A Marine's Daughter
Eugene Choquette
I checked the Montana Death Index for years the 1940s and prior. I found no Eugene. I found a Felix, Charles, and a Martha. There were other names, but those are the ones I recall. Do you know where in Montana he lived? I have entered a Leon and Mary Choquette from headstone photos. Mary died in 1940. And, a Robert from an obit, who died in 2007.
Added by A Marine's Daughter on Dec 29, 2008 10:28 PM
Debbie
Thank You Lois
Thank you for the kind words you left on my Grandma Esther's Memorial. She would have welcomed you in her home and given you a cup of hot tea. She was a loving person and always so welcoming to any friend I ever brought home no matter the day or time.
Added by Debbie on Feb 03, 2008 12:33 PM
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