"And so, we can only KNOW what we have in life. We can only hope or believe for what there may be in a future life. And life is unbreakably bound in the fabric of the clan. Each individual will eventually go his way, but the FAMILY stays on forever. At the last moment of survival of this plodding, solid earth, some member of our big family will be there to see the last of the grand finale."
RE: regarding memorials I can see that you put a lot of work into it, but Butterfly Kisses has also done a good job and I have had no problems making edits to those memorials. When I find duplicates I always make links and edits to the first memorial to be created, and it is tiresome going back and forth between two sets of memorials. Also, I'm not a big fan of census records copied into memorials. Please delete the duplicates in Pavilion Cemetery.
Arthur L Vess abt 1906-1917 Hello, I am trying to find where my husband's great uncle is burried. They lived in colbert county before 1920. Arthur was 11 years old when he passed , his father was Charlie Vess and mother was Susan E Taylor . They moved from Alabama to Arkansas. Any help or advice would be very much appreciated!
John Carter Hello! Do I have your permission to use the photo you posted of John Carter in my genealogy documentation? He was my 10th great grandfather. I would be interested in any other documents or photos you would be willing to share. Sincerely, Lindsay (Williams) Rynearson
RE: Masons Thank you very much! Van is a member of the St John Lodge in Keysville and our web master for our website is a Mason in Atlanta Georgia. I've been putting together books and pictures on them in surrounding counties for our Archives. I will check that out.