|S. G. Shanafelt (#46871301)|
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I trust we are thankful for the love of the departed, the sacrifice of patriots and the faith of God's people who have now gone to their reward. We pay respect to the dead because their life has touched ours and we are better because they lived. As we reflect on and remember the lives of those who are now dead, we are moved to... in turn... touch the lives of others in good ways. |
I don't believe you have to be blood related to have ties. Most of the Memorials I manage are relatives - some very distant. If I manage one you have ties to and want to take care of, ask me for a transfer. I may ask you why you want the transfer but I will NOT ask you to prove anything to me. These Memorials are not owned by anyone nor should anyone feel an entitlement to them. We are simply stewards...
I have found most... people to be kind and reasonable...most... I've learned that greed, egos and personal agendas are qualities that do not win friends...qualities that don't impress me.
My wish is to honor those who have gone before us. Those who were loved...or not so loved, those who were someone's son or daughter; those who helped build this great land we have the privilege of living on during our life; those who so valiantly fought and served this Country so we may be free; and, those who lived on after the death of their loved one. If I can honor them, then I feel a sense of accomplishment...if not for the dead, then for future generations. My hope is that I have made a positive difference...
Genealogy is a passion of mine. Daddy and I used to walk the land and he began taking me to the old cemeteries where he knew so many of those who had passed. Then Mother and I would take a day to walk through the graves of her long ago relatives. I took along my ‘polaroid' camera snapping photos of many of the older graves never dreaming that I would one day post them on a wonderful "FREE" site known as Find A Grave.
May God Bless You and May God Bless the USA.
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|Starlene Shinafelt||RE: Sidney Shenefield/Shinafelt|
please do, sorry i forgot, i think it has to do with a medical problem, God bless
|Starlene Shinafelt||Sidney Shenefield/Shinafelt|
I am a dirrect decendant of Sidney Shenefield/Shinafelt and live in the area where he is buried. I am wondering, are you are also related to him? I can use all the info. I can get. Thanks
|kathi johnson||donna artz|
I am looking for any info. on donna Artz, daughter of William S. and Mildred Artz. She was adopted by them in 1952. I was adopted in 1950. We have the same birth Mother. Thank you. Kathi Johnson
|Pauline Haney Hughes||RE: Stoval|
You are welcome.
|Dari Mahan Wells||RE: Featherkile|
I'm so glad I could help.
|patootie||RE: Samuel Shanafelt|
Dear Mrs Shanafelt,
i'm a french "aviation fanatic" (50 years old now) and since several years i'm trying to find and identify WWII vets (to put a name on a face, find a place and of course to offer, as it possible, unseen or untold informations to their family)
here a link (you will understand who i am) :
for information, this year, in july, i had the pleasure to welcome a B-17 gunner's family in my village (strong "souvenir" and a lot of emotions)
I found your dad's pic on the 303rd Bomb Group website (you can send a message to Gary Moncur, the webmaster, he is a good friend)
i've made a very long work of identification specially with the 303rd BG members (you will see it on fold3 website)
wish you a merry christmas
and all my gratitude for your dad's service
Added by patootie on Dec 22, 2013 11:57 PM
|Deborah Hufford||RE: Hanway family stones|
You're welcome! I just added a few more Hanway stone photos this morning. Please feel free to use the photos as you need for your geneology. Deborah
|Deborah Hufford||Hanway family stones|
Hello! I found an entire row of Hanways at Buckner Hill. As soon as the internal error is fixed on the site, I will try to get Frances Hanway's stone photo on there. Deborah
|Arthur Mullies||Phoebe Mullis Barker|
Phoebe's first husband was George Mullis c.1815-1849. George's probate is on file there, or in neighboring Knox Co. George was son of Ambrose Mullis (Tn. 1772-184?)in Fulton Co., Il, and he the son of George Mullis b. ca. 1725 in Lancaster Co., Va., and Sarah Mullis whose maiden name is unknown.
I would welcome information on Phoebe and George's son John, who accompanied his mother to
Tx. and later served in the Confederacy from that state.
|Judi Pantano||RE: Hanway|
You are very welcome! Glad I could help!
Have a good one!
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