|A. Bowling T. (#46940544)|
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A piece of our ancestors lives on through us. Another part through nature, and the spirit is apart of the whole and returns to(God)eternal. |
I honor life! I honor the ones who came before me! I will Forget Them Not!
I also believe we should be looking more to natural or green burial so that our bodies can literally go back to the dust of the earth. And nurture nature! (Circle of Life)
I became interested in my family history at a young age when looking through a family bible. I also enjoy helping others with their's when time allows!
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|George & Terri Lucero||RE: Gordon|
You are very welcome.
George & Terri
You're very welcome! I also took pictures of the others in the same late (Harry Sr, Harry Jr, and William Spatz). I'm not the manager of these memorials, but I had already submitted edits for their names, birth dates, relationships etc to the woman who manages most of the Spring Grove memorials. She usually processes them everyday so they'll probably show up soon!
Added by Amy on Oct 02, 2014 9:28 PM
|Michael Kearney||RE: Robert Reed|
I am very happy to have been helpful.
|Julie Grabill Rasmussen||Caroline Renftle Thompson|
I add those items & will transfer her to you. Renftle family is still on my list to get photos from brother-in-law. He is still going through things of his deceased parents and will let me know when a good time will be to do that.
|Don Green||RE: Coffey|
You're very welcome for the photos. Glad I could help out !
|Glenn MacKenzie||RE: William Fox MacLean|
Your Very welcome. Glad to help.
|June Ford||Hedrick connections|
My husband's ancestors John & Delila Ford, along with Jared & Elizabeth Ford & a couple of Stewards started the 1st Meth. Church in Decatur County about 1823. They moved to Morgan County Missouri by 1846, and his direct ancestors in that line include Wilson, Hedrick, Wilson & Larrimore. I know that the Hedricks were in Bates County MO before moving to Morgan. If you know of earlier associations I would dearly love to exchange info!
|Julie Grabill Rasmussen||Photo|
forgot to mention that there is a photo of John & Verena Renftle on page 90B of the Audubon Centennial Book. My scanner is having problems at the moment, or I'd add it. Maybe you have that book?
|Julie Grabill Rasmussen||Renftle|
I will be adding a couple more Renftle photos tonite, as I had to stop before I was finished last night. So you might want to check for more family members. If you want them transferred to you, I'll gladly do that.
|Della Meize||Verl Moe|
Thanks so much for taking the time to take the great photo of Verl Moe's headstone. I truly appreciate it, and I know that the rest of the family will too!
Your contribution to Find-A-Grave is so very appreciated!
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