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The Symbol of the Forget-Me-Not Flower
The Use of a Small, Blue Flower as a Sign of Love and Hope
A legend about the origin of the name forget-me-not is as follows. Once a medieval knight and his lady-love were walking beside a river. The knight held a bouquet in his hands. Because of the weight of the armor, he fell into the water. According to the legend, he threw the bouquet at her shouting forget-me-not.
There is a Christian religious legend according to which the child Jesus Christ created forget-me-nots so that the generations to come would be able to see him and his mother Mary, on whose lap he was sitting.
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|Frankye Stanley||Franklin Stanley|
You left flowers for my father, Franklin Stanley, in 2009. Did you know him, or do you know any of his family?
|Garland Hill||Thank you|
For transfering Mabel D. Holderman and her Husband
|Jeff Hagle||G W HAGLE|
Is this the same gw hagle that was Pvrt. George Washington Hagle Sr. CSA Sr. I show Birth Abt. 1821 in Hamilton, Butler, Ohio, United States Death 1886 in Phila, Phila, Pennsylvania, United States been looking for parents for years thanks
|Michele Osborne-Amoah||Mervin earl Osborne|
Just wanted to thank you, finally was contacted by a family member, in contact now with 9 brothers and sisters and yesterday recieved the all elusive photo of him in his military fatigues.He is so handsome. None of this would have happened without this website.My email address has changed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you again
|Nancy Magar Rea||Lena Elizabeth Magar|
Would like to ask you to transfer management of Lena;'s memorial to me.
Father James Hiram Magar
Mother LenaF Jones Magar
|April Walters||Jasper Hicks|
Could you please add this obituary to his page. Thank you.
Hicks, Jasper Stroud Democrat 5 April 1912 Another Pioneer Passes Away Jasper Hicks, aged 75 years, who lived in this neighborhood ever since the opening up of this country, died one day last week. He served in the Union army and was a member of the Stroud G. A. R. post. He is survived by three daughters and five sons. The deceased was a man of great intelligence and was strictly honest. Having been for many years a firm believer in mental science and faith-curing, he refrained from taking drugs for any of his ailments.
|Dorie S.||Maxine Hughes Lampkin Taber|
Find A Grave#31116727 - are you related to Maxine?
She is one of my Hughes relatives, and Iwould like to connect to her mother, dad, husbands (and children). Also would like to know her Mother's maiden name.
Find A Grave volunteer 47311560
Added by Dorie S. on Sep 02, 2013 10:12 AM
|Bryan Fisher||Richard E. Whitlock, # 50752768|
Thank you for posting this memorial. Richard is a cousin of mine and this closes a research gap for me in my genealogical research. However, Richard's name was Richard Floy Whitlock, and I think the engraving on his stone shows an 'F' but it's muddled by lichen. Could you change the record to reflect the F? I'd be very grateful.
|Shirley Wheeler||RE: Melinda Hagle|
|Shirley Wheeler||Melinda Hagle|
Champ, I saw where you left flowers for Melinda Bolan Hagle back in April 2009. Do you know this person? I think she might be my great grandmother.
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