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My husband, Mack Junior Foster, passed away in June 17, 2003. We would have been married for 25 years on Sept. 2, 2003. We have a son from our marriage and I have a son from a previous relationship. |
I have been searching for my grandfather, Alexander George Mikedis. I have found out that he is buried in Jacksonville, Florida.
So if anyone else is searching for any Mikedis's please contact me. I would love to find someone else who might be interested in the Mikedis name.
My dad always wanted to find out about his father, but he was never able to find out about him, so even thou my dad is dead, I am still his mouth piece.
NOTE: I receive many e-mails for the flowers that I add to the Memorial Site for other loved ones on FindAGrave site.
People wonder if I know them. I tell them "no", that I just enjoy adding flowers to others loved ones.
I love adding "flowers" to FindAGrave.
This is a great hobby to have.
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This is not the Despina Mikedis you have, but I did find this lady's memorial and you have her picture there, so assuming you are interested in her, here's her obit in case you don't have it.
Despina Mikedis, 85 Operated John's restaurant: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Daily Item, The (Lynn, MA) - Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Deceased Name: Despina Mikedis, 85 Operated John's restaurant
LYNN Mrs. Despina (Tsakeres) Mikedis, age 85, of Lynn, died Friday in Union Hospital after a brief illness. She was the wife of John P. Mikedis, with whom she shared over 52 years of marriage. Born in Lynn, she was the daughter of the late Angelo and Marigo (Demegy) Tsakeres. A lifelong resident of Lynn, she was educated in Lynn Schools.
Despina worked at General Electric, Riverworks plant in the payroll division in her early years. She and her husband also operated John's Restaurant on Market St. in Lynn. She was an active member of St.
George Greek Orthodox Church, Lynn and was a member of the St. George Ladies'Society.
In addition to her husband she is survived by a step-son; George Mikedis and his wife Anna of Saugus; two granddaughters; Angela Maniatis of Lynn and Irene Stefanidis and her husband Arthur of Boxford; as well as four great grandchildren; George and Georgia Maniatis of Lynn and Anna and Alex Stefanidis of Boxford; and many nieces and nephews.
She was the sister of the late Peter Tsakeres.
Service Information:Her funeral will be held on Wednesday at 10 a.m. in St.
George Greek Orthodox Church, Lynn. Burial will be in Pine Grove Cemetery, Lynn. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited. Visiting hours are Tuesday from 4-7 p.m. in the SOLIMINE, LANDERGAN AND RICHARDSON FUNERAL HOME, 426 Broadway (Rt 129), Lynn.
Directions and guestbook at www.solimine.com.
Added by sr/ks on Dec 21, 2012 11:43 PM
|DJB||Re: William H. Park|
You're very welcome for the headstone photo; I do not know William. I was visiting my family in MI and the Plainfield Cemetery is near my aunt's house. I took over 200 headstone photos (in this cemetery) in July 2012 and am trying to get them all entered. I, too, enjoy Find A Grave, I've found so many of my relatives around the country; that is why I help others by taking pictures and entering them. Kind Regards
Added by DJB on Sep 28, 2012 9:18 PM
|Sharon W||RE: Edwin Mikedis|
You're welcome. I believe the markers are marble. I've only seen the metal ones at non-military cemeteries. Those are fastened to the back of family monuments or flat to the ground.
Added by Sharon W on Jul 07, 2012 1:02 AM
|Scotty||RE: Alexander Mikedis|
What I have are some marriage and divorce records. If you send me your e-mail, I'll get them off to you. firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Scotty on May 12, 2012 8:44 AM
|Delcia Clifton Alderson||Lee Cantrell-70479823|
I have the obit for Elbert "Lee" Cantrell if you would like to attach it to his memorial on find a grave.
delcia Clifton alderson
Elbert "Lee" Cantrell
WHITEWOOD, VA. -- Elbert "Lee" Cantrell, 88, died Thursday, May 11, 2000, in a Richlands hospital. He was born in Buchanan County, a son of the late James H. and Mary Louise Boyd Cantrell.
He was the widower of Nancy Rebecca "Becky" Horn Cantrell.
Surviving are a son, Beve Curtis "B.C." Cantrell of Mosely, Va.;
two daughters, Frances Cantrell Hughes and husband Eugene of Whitewood and Ethel Cantrell Watson and husband Daniel of Richlands;
a sister, Rosie Keen of St. Paul;
a brother, Raymond Cantrell of Pilgrim Knob, Va.;
eight grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandson.
Funeral services will be conducted Sunday May 14 2000 at 2 p.m. in Buchanan Funeral Service Chapel at Keen Mountain, Va. The Revs. Troy Lester and David Horton will officiate. Burial will be in Ferrell Family Cemetery on Horne Mountain. Mr. Cantrell was also preceded in death by two sons, Alden Cantrell and Victor Cantrell; and a grandson, Jerry Helton. Pallbearers will be family and friends. The family will receive friends from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday in Buchanan Funeral Service.
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||RE: Hudson|
Indeed you do. Look at Byron Watson Hudsons memorial to see thephoto of the house. I put it on awhile ago and then forgot. You can copy it if you want to.
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||RE: Hudson|
OOPPS, when I replied earlier, I mistook your Byron for a brother to my Byron. Now I am realizing it is my Byrons son and brother to my G-Grandmother Helen. I do have a photo of their house. Will dig it up and post it.
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||RE: Hudson|
This is confusing to me...Why would a mother name 2 sons Byron? My GG-Grandfather was Byron Watson and yours was Byron Edwin Hudson. Unfortunatley, I have no photos of your Byron. I think they called mine Wat for short. Sorry I cant help you, but keep in touch, you never know who else is out there looking for the same folks.
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||Hudson's|
Unfortunatley, I did not know any of the Hudsons. However my grandmother Helen Brendel Sanford, had cousins she talked about. I believe they were your Byrons daughters. I am just starting to research this family. It seems as thought they were some of the first settlers in the Milford area. Happy to help anytime.
|Liberty ღ Marty||RE: Beautiful message|
You are very welcome, it is an honor to visit your beloved Husband.
Thank you for your beautiful messages.
I found it , one day when I was feeling so lost, and I knew Marty wanted me to have it to remind me that he's with me , I can't really explain with words, but deep in my heart I believe my Husband is in a perfect place and one day when is time for me to go,we will be reunited, it was hard to understand at first when he died, but my closeness with God makes me believe and see life in a different expect.
Blessings to you .
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