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"Grandchildren are the dots that connect the lines from generation to generation." Lois Wyse (20th century)|
"Life is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset. What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others." S Pierce in memorial of "Woody" and Wilda Woodward.
I am a grandmother picking up the genealogy work started by my father, mother and uncle. As a member of DAR, I helped with the Centennial Chaper NSDAR project of photographing all the headstones in Weld County Colorado. http://www.coloradodar.org/chapters/centennialstate/cemeteries.html
Now I am combining work and putting my family genealogy (ancestors and descendents) on a data base and reaching out to family via memorials across the nation and around the world and taking photos of cemeteries where I go for others.
If you have a friend or relative in Mountain View, Idaho Veterans Cemetery, Terrace Lawn or Cloverdale Cemetery, Dry Creek or Old Pioneer (Idaho City), I will be glad to take a photo of the headstones for the memorials or transfer memorials that I manage.
If you want to copy any of the photos I have posted, feel free to as long is it is not used for profit.
"If ever there is tomorrow when we're not together... there is something you must always remember. you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. but the most important thing is, even if we're apart... i'll always be with you."
~from Winnie the Pooh
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|Lorie||RE: Russell Johnson's gravestone|
I can open it, but it is so small that I can't read it. I tried saving it, but get a popup in the middle of the picture.
I have talked to Mike, matter of fact we talked for quite a long time last night about people in the family and places in Fort Collins and the Poudre we were both familiar with.
I found Russell and Ray's WW1 draft cards - Russell's full name was actually Thomas Russell and Ray's middle name was Oscar.
Added by Lorie on May 07, 2013 6:49 AM
|Lorie||Russell Johnson's gravestone|
I had never heard of Russell being an archaeologist, and I would think I would remember that since that is what my degree is in. Mom and Grandma told me he was a teacher and so was Ray. According to the 1940 census he is listed as a coach for the public schools.
Added by Lorie on May 04, 2013 10:36 PM
My mom too was an only child...and so am I. I don't remember doing a lot of family things, but then I was pretty young as far as the rest of the family went. I do remember my Grandmother (Myrna) and her monthly visiting schedule...all of Granddad's family and then all of her family(and to a small child they all seemed really old). I loved going to visit Aunt Glad, and Aunt Ag always tried to stuff me with food - usually telling my Grandma that they didn't feed me enough.
I don't think I ever knew that Bill had been married. The only thing Mom ever really said was that he drove a school bus? I vaguely remember Dee, but he was pretty ill at that point and I think I was always kind of steered elsewhere - usually to play with the rabbits Bill had or getting fruit off the trees. Years later he did the same thing with my son....see the rabbits and then he let him eat fruit off the tree till he was sick.
Added by Lorie on May 03, 2013 4:49 PM
|Lorie||RE: William S. Taylor Ft. Collins CO|
Yes it was T. Russell...I have his bible and have Ray's bible, I can look this weekend and see what the T. stood for.
I will get a hold of Mike after I get off work. I didn't think I was hard to find(lol), and really I had no idea that Bill had passed until a friend from up in Ft. Collins mentioned it. So I have been combing the internet to get information. I had tried to see him every summer after my Mom passed away, but he either never answered the door or he was never home when I stopped by.
To be honest with you, I don't know much if anything about Carl and Gladys' family. I do however, still have a wood lamp and a gavel that Uncle Carl made me when I was a kid.
My grandparents built a cabin up the Poudre...which I still have, although I don't get up there often enough. How are you connected?
Added by Lorie on May 03, 2013 2:58 PM
|Lorie||RE: William S. Taylor Ft. Collins CO|
I have lots of information on the Johnson family. I have the Johnson line traced back to the Revolutionary war - as far as the name Spurlock, I have never run across that name in association with the Johnson family.
Added by Lorie on May 03, 2013 12:04 PM
|Lorie||William S. Taylor Ft. Collins CO|
An added note - Bill was also the nephew of George and Myrna Johnson. Would you please add this to his information.
Granddaughter of George and Myrna -
Added by Lorie on May 03, 2013 10:44 AM
|BrysonSearcherJMM||J. H. Fritz|
FYI - Added a couple of newspaper clippings to Jonathan H. Fritz memorial page.
I have not found much on Elsie, however the Villisca Paper mentions a J. H. Fritz. Is he a brother of Orville?
Also I see Baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Fritz was born Jan. 26. Think year was 1915.
"A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Fritz on Tuesday, Jan. 26." from Villisca Review.
If there is anyone else in Villisca area, I am happy to see what I can find.
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