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I have been researching Ferneau, Pool, Meyer, Simmons, Almond, Larkins, Enfield, Delaney & Noakes names as well as the families that my six children and two sisters have married into with their associated lines for over seven years. I truly appreciate all the information and time others have given me with my research. My way of paying back what others have done for me is by trying to help someone else. Genealogy research is a fascinating pasttime for me since I have retired and it has become addictive. I have met many good friends along the way.|
I believe it is only common courtesy that if you use information me or anyone else has entered on this site you give credit to that person. The same goes for any photo I have taken. I do not care if you use my pictures or information but please give credit where credit is due. I have spent many long hours, money and effort into accumulating my information and pictures as I am sure everyone else who has material on this site has.
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|pawsinwis||RE: Edmund & Verna Felbob & Verge & Victor Bunda|
I did start pages for Fred and Aili and will add their photos. I saw a grave of a John Felbob (1872-1958) today and am starting a page for him as well. I'm glad to help where I can!
|Sgt Ed Elstan||Life|
My military service will always be part of my life. I had did alot of things in my life that the military taught me. I became a leader and was shop foreman for about 22 years. I also was a diesel mechanic and truck driver which the military taught me. I am not bragging, but I want my military service remembered with the rest of my life. That is where the obituary states all the things that makes the person plus the military history...Ed
|Sgt Ed Elstan||Military Rank|
I post the military rank as a way of HONORING his military service. Women do not understand, men are proud of their service to their country. I was a Sergeant in the USMC, and dam proud of it. I worked hard for that rank, thats all I have to show for my time in the service...Ed
I entered photos for Verna and Edmund Felbob. There was also near them a grave stone for Fred and Aili Felbob. If these are relatives and you want to make memorial pages for them let me know and I'll add their photos...otherwise I'll go ahead and start memorials for them.
|Terry Echols||RE: John Fletcher|
I usually do but since I was sending other information I didn't wont to bombard you with messages.
|pawsinwis||RE: Felbob Gravesites|
Glad to help!
I will be working on your photo request for Verna Felbob soon (grave location info is ready for me to pick up), but did find the crypt of Harry & Veda Felbob while looking for someone else's request. I added the photo to each of their memorials.
|Gina||RE: Mrs Walter Van Gorp|
Added by Gina on Oct 23, 2014 7:32 AM
|The Locator||Martha Wymore Hasley|
If you are not aware of it there are a lot of mistakes on the WPA records. I would take the info off of a stone before I would the WPA records.................
|Kendall Mellem||Vails in Otsego Cemetery, MN|
Thank you for your kind words. It's a pleasure when I can transfer a memorial to someone to whom it is truly meaningful. :-)
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