|Kaye Beechum (#47258522)|
| || member for 4 years, 4 months, 5 days|
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|I began researching my Family History in the 1990's and have been going strong ever since. I am currently 72 years old and want to ensure I document all of my information for future generations. Since I have discovered this site I have been trying to add all the names I have. I am discovering some already listed and this makes my task easier.|
I welcome input and will answer whatever questions I can about family listed here.
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|Chris Thomas||Wood family|
Hello Miss Kaye!
My name is Chris Thomas. I was born Christian Wood. Only son of Neil Wood, first son of Don and Jolita. I was found by my father on October 1. I have become fascinated with my history now that I have some information about who I am. I can't wait to meet you and discuss what you have found!
|Dennis Naiberg||Stepan Photos - Riverside Cemetery|
Kaye, thank you so much for taking photos of the Stepan graves. While I hope to someday visit their final resting place, for now I have your photos to share with my family. Thanks again.
|Charles Fanning||Photo-Findagrave# 82045985|
Thank you for the grave stone photo of Charles LaPlant,and for your preservation efforts. Charles is an uncle of a LaPlant descendant.
|JOE JORDAN||RE: John S. Moore|
No I am not related. I see your cousin added that memorial this year.. Mine was older from 2011. I did delete mine as his was full of information and links.. In the future, id more than happy to transfer memorial to relatives. No need to make a duplicate when Im willing to transfer...
Thanks for adding the photos... Photos do make a nice addition to this site.
thanks for your note.
Mrs. Beechum, I have been looking for you or Gordon or Joy for so many years -- today was my lucky day. These years have passed so quickly and so often my thoughts have turned to Cheryl. For so many years we were inseparable and then our teenage years carried us on different paths. I never really had the opportunity to express to you how much I loved Cheryl and how devastasted I was when she died. I was in the Air Force when I found out and by that time it had been a few years since we spoke. Never would we have the oportunity to reconcile, but I know one day again we will greet one another with all the love and joy we had as children.
Cheryl's passing was unreal; she was so beautiful and had so much life ahead of her - still after all these years I feel her loss, as many people do. I think of you all and hope life has been good. I left California in 1983, married in 1986, I have been fortunate in being able to travel all over the world and have two beautiful children (well, they are adults now!). I have lived in Virginia since 1992 and love this part of the world. I lost my mom in 2000 - she had Metastic Melanoma - losing her was devastating - she was my best friend. I have such wonderful memories of girlscouts and camping and all the fun things we all did together.
I hope this email finds you well and I just wanted to pass on to you my love -- you are such a vivid part of my childhood memories.
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