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"She calls to me from long ago; through sunlit skies; through drifts of snow. In clouds that dance upon the sea, I call to her, and she to me. |
So real was she. She laughed; she cried. She loved; she lost. She lived; she died. She hoped and dreamed; so real was she. She lived a life that I may be.
The blood through which my veins does flow is the same as her's from long ago. So it will be that when I'm gone in an unborn child it will flow on.
I'll live my life and when it's done I'll live again in those to come. For I'm a bridge from she to me; from those that were, to those to be."
-- Darlene Caryl-Stevens
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|John Drew||Shotwell Family|
I have fulfilled your photo requests in the Versailles Cemetery. I do also have related photos for Charles E, Edwin C, Jean Perry, Clyde W , Gay Raider and Mary E Shotwell, but no memorials for them. If you need more infor on them, please let me know.
You are very welcome!
Added by Timeless on Feb 18, 2015 7:48 PM
|Daniel Maxwell||RE: George Fennell Wheeler|
May I ask then - what is your connection to this Wheeler line? I had not yet linked all of George's children to his memorial because I could not trace all of them.
Sorting out his father, Ignatius Wheeler of Pendleton County KY, is a long term project of mine, since it isn't clear which Ignatius Wheeler of Maryland he is. What is on online trees for him is wrong. Beyond land records in ky and his will I don't have anything else. He speaks of land in Virginia and Maryland in his will, and I intend to track these transactions down someday but it will be an arduous task.
|Thomas Schenk||Anna Branch|
Transfer has been made.
|Jo Roth||Willard Bradford|
Transferred Willard and his father, William Alvin Bradford, to you.
Thanks for all you do for findagrave! Ran across a lot of your memorials when working on a family with roots in Kentucky.
Added by Jo Roth on Feb 15, 2015 4:30 PM
|Kay G. Richards||Alice Biddle Weaver|
this will be in Lenoxburg Cem. in Bracken Co.
I found this in my mothers gen notes, no date but interesting.
MRS. ALICE WEAVER
Mrs. Alice (Biddle) Weaver, widow of Henry Weaver, died at the home of her son, Clarence Weaver, at midnight Sunday night, aged 79 years. She leaves three children, Ernest and James Weaver, Mrs. Grace Moore, and a number of grandchildren. She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Nannie Hancock. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at the Lenoxburg Cemetery Chapel. Burial was made in the cemetery there. Thompson, McCarty and Son, funeral directors in charge of arrangements.
Actually Alice was married to James Taylor Weaver as shows on the stone. Do not know what paper this was found in as it was only an email to my mother. Thank you for adding this to your entry.
Kay Giles Richards
|John Drew||Versailles Cemetery Photo Requests|
I have photos of all the Shotwell gravestones you requested, but another person has claimed the requests. protocol requires I honor that unless you would prefer me to fulfill your requests.
|Alex Colvin||Colvin Family Cemetery, Pendleton County, Kentucky|
Can you please provide GPS coordinates for this location and the name of the property owners? I would like to arrange a walking photographic survey of this cemetery. It appears this is a family group of the Henry "Harry" Colvin line (1762-1839) about which I have some records but would like to verify additional items.
Very kindly yours,
|Erin W||RE: Ann Vanlandingham|
Thank you. I do know that Arnold (d:1948) is her son, but no I haven't been able to find much on Daniel either. I believe she moved after his death since he died 38 years prior to her death. I have his death record, but it doesn't have burial information on it since it is a record not a certificate.
Thank you for any future information.
Added by Erin W on Feb 09, 2015 10:30 AM
|Erin W||Ann Vanlandingham|
I think I might have some information on the Gardnersville Cemetery in Pendleton, stone Ann Vanlandingham. I believe that she is my 3rd great grandmother. I have her death certificate and it shows that she was buried at Gardnersville in Pendleton, KY. If it is her then her full name was Ann Elizabeth Vanlandingham (Northcut was her maiden name). She was born Sept 19, 1828 and died from a stomach ulcer July 7, 1914. Her husband was Daniel Vanlandingham who died in 1876 (I believe). If you have any further information I would be eager to hear it.
Added by Erin W on Feb 08, 2015 5:49 PM
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