|Mark's Mom (#46620026)|
| || member for 8 years, 11 months, 19 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
I am always so saddened when I post a child's memorial, my heart would go out to the parents and I would think, that has to be the most unbearable pain in the world. Unfortunately, on July 6th, 2012, I experienced that heart breaking pain, when I lost my son, Mark Allen Israels, II. Please pray for my son Mark and keep him in your thoughts. No parent should out live their child.|
I want to thank everyone who has sent me thanks and kind remarks through emails and on my contributor page.
I believe that the majority of us contribute because of our love of helping others. I find great reward knowing that I have helped someone because of a memorial I posted. Not everyone knows where their ancestors are buried, or even what happened to them, so sometimes a stranger in the only person who can post the memorial and hopefully a loved one will find it. I do what I do because I love helping others. I have never hestiated to transfer a memorial over to anyone who has asked, or if I see that after I posted a memorial a family member left flowers, I transfer that memorial to them without being asked. I believe in sharing and giving.
I try very hard to make any corrections as soon as possible, and I do apologize if it takes me a week, but in between working full time and family I can't always get to them right away.
When I find an obituary where there is no known survivors, I feel by making a memorial for them, they are remembered, and isn't that what this is all about, so what if I didn't know them, they once were and should be remembered.
I enjoy working with my Southern Nevada findagrave buddy Nevada Bob and one of my newest buddies Eileen.
Currently, I'm working with the 1904-1919 Ross-Burke Funeral Records, It's amazing the price that Ancestry.com charges for their website and how inacurate the information is. (1904-1919 records, with date of death as being 2000-2011)
Words from Helen Keller "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart.
|Messages left for Mark's Mom (392)||[Leave Message]|
|Jim Herman||Wadsworth Fraternal Cemetery|
Would you have photos of the wooden headboards in this cemetery, or would you know of anyone who took photos of the wooden ones.
Since the request for Carl Mueller's grave site has been up, and I couldn't find or figure out where it is, I have, like I don't have enough to do, adopted this cemetery as a project and am trying to sort out who is buried where. So far, it is very interesting.
I have some names for the wooden headboards, and if anyone has photographs the headboards, maybe, just maybe, I could develop an approximate location for those lost souls...
|carol griffin||memorial transfers|
Mark's mom thank you for transfering my cousin Thomas E. Dula. I understand the pain of losing someone close. In 2011 I lost my mother to alzheimer's. Thanks Carol
|Gennaphyr||RE: Curtis Shrake|
I'm not sure if Harry is his dad, but I transferred him to you as well. Thank you for sharing with me about what a wonderful friend he was to you.
Thank you so much for sponsoring his memorial. You didn't indicate if you wanted me to transfer him to you. Please let me know if you want me to add any additional information or if you would like to manage his memorial.
|SBunny||Stanley Angal - Fall River Mills|
This little boy was my former husband's cousin. I was told he was hit by a car. We went to the cemetery today but could not find his marker. Do you know for sure if this is where he is? Where did you find his obituary? I would appreciate your information. Thank you in advance. Susan
Added by SBunny on May 05, 2013 9:46 PM
|James M. Bagby||Photo|
Great photo of Robert Alvin Baxter Thanks
James M Bagby Indep, MO
|Ellen Beardon||Earl F Beardon|
Leave the picture, Thanks, Ellen (retroroamer)
|Anne Cady||Arthur Barron|
Per the SAC you sent me on Arthur Barron (there was no email to reply to so I apologize for having to do it here).
MTC was the service information in the record (I inherited the 1918 burials in Arlington when another contributor left, so they are the only ones I have that I didn't personally photograph). I just checked what it stands for and it means he served in the Motor Transportation Corps.
Thank for your kind words and thoughts.
I've seen that guy's page. He may say he'll put the photo on there upon request, but it doesn't happen.
Enjoy your project. It sounds like a lot of fun work. :)
Added by Samantha on May 01, 2013 10:41 PM
|Bixology||Myrtle Brendel Guenthner|
That picture is so awesome. Thank you so much! I would be interested to know what records set had her picture. Thanks again.
Added by Bixology on May 01, 2013 7:02 PM
|[View all messages...]|
Accuracy and Copyright Disclaimer