|Betty Smith Romick Boustead (#46981904)|
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I am Betty Smith Romick Boustead. I am retired. I was born in Des Moines, Iowa. Graduated from East High in June 1950. I married Charles Earl Romick and moved to Bremerton, Wasnington in 1975. We had 5 children. My husband C.Earl died in 1988. |
I met Douglas Boustead in 1993 and married him in 1996. I have 3 step-children. Lots of grandchildren and gr. grandchildren including step-grandchildren.
I lost my husband Douglas last November 20,2012. He was cremated and buried in Miller-Woodlawn Cemetery in Kitsap County, Bremerton, WA. I now live in Kennewick. WA. with my daughter.
I enjoy exploring the Find A Grave and adding flowers and messages to them. And finding new friends along the way.
I enjoy placing flowers on as many memorials as possible. Everyone needs to be remembered.
If you find relatives that I have entered and you are a Find A Grave member and would like for me to transfer a memorial page of that person I will be more then happy to do that. It is good to keep families together.
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|Beverly Hayes,Dakovich||Hiram Baker|
Hi, I am related to George Harry who married Elizabeth Baker buried in Canby cem Adair Co Ia
I am trying to connect Hiram Baker to my family but no luck so far
in 1895 census Adair Co Ia, Hiram & Leann were neighbors to George Harry & Elizabeth Baker (my gr gr grandparents) George & Jermina Baker were also neighbors
I think Hiram is son of George & Jermina Baker, but not sure
Do you have any Baker family history that you would share?
I live in Des Moines Ia
Would love to share/compare Baker family history with you.
|HeflinHunter||Jemima HEFLIN Morris|
she was the dau./o George Washington Heflin (#65163274) & Bathsheba WIGHT Heflin (#66965175).
She wed 1st Lt. William M. Morris on 25 Dec 1860 in Camden Mills, R.I., IL.
Don Heflin (#47011423)
b. 2 Dec 1931 in Council Bluffs, IA
|Brady A||Thanks Again|
Of all the memorials I have found through the help of others, this one (Preserved Kellogg) is my favorite. Thank you so much.
Added by Brady A on Feb 03, 2015 11:23 PM
Hi Betty - Thanks for the transfer of Cora McClure Murphy.
Added by LSM on Jan 19, 2015 10:05 AM
|Sharon Ray Boustead||RE: Thomas Spence Boustead|
I don't know how the memorials work, but if you want, you can transfer over to me. Just let me know what I have to do. I have not connected any of the other Boustead's in the US to Thomas' father William. William came to North America alone in June 1923 departing from Bolton, England and arriving in Quebec, Canada. He arrived in Buffalo, New York, June 30, 1928. None of his immediate family left England. His father was Tom Boustead and mother was Florence Higson. He had 2 sisters, Florence Boustead Griffin and Irene Boustead Derbyshire. Thomas had 1 son, my husband, William Henry Boustead and we have 3 sons, Thomas Carl, William Bradley, and Joseph Henry and I daughter, Alicia Jeanne. As you can see, there are a lot of Williams and Thomas' in this family.
|Sharon Ray Boustead||Thomas S Boustead|
I have submitted an edit to correct the date of death. This is the grave of my husband's father. He died in 1966, not 1956. His full name is Thomas Spence Boustead, date of birth is October 16, 1934 in Detroit, Michigan. Parents are Helen Nichol Iron Spence and William Boustead. All three are buried in Moore Memorial Gardens Cemetary.
|GENEALOGYLOVE||RE: Elizabeth Romick Eldredge|
Thanks for the reply, but her gravestone says Isabella Romick Aldredge.
|GENEALOGYLOVE||,CONNECTION TO BELMONT COUNTY ROMICKS|
Stanton ALDREDGE AND Isabelle Romick Aldredge are buried together in Oakwood cemetery in MacComb, IL in McDonough County.Go to 'Ohio Genealogy Express and read the Madison Aldredge biography which mentions Stanton.I found you by chance only by trying to find her family in Belmont County.If you can connect her to her family,I would appreciate it.My grandfather is Stanton's nephew.
|KBrown||RE: Isaac Delp|
I am a member of the SAR and I was placing new American flags on the graves of Revolutionary War patriots when I took the picture.
Added by KBrown on May 11, 2014 5:32 AM
Sir Richard's head is resting upon a helmet carrying the Vernon Crest - the Boar's Head. You are welcome. krr
Added by KRR on Jan 30, 2014 12:45 PM
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