|Judy Miller (#47421985)|
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I am retired and caregiver for my significant other with Parkinson's. I love to read, quilt, work on genealogy & visit lighthouses. We have two dogs and fostered dogs for several years. Nothing is more rewarding than giving an animal another chance at a good life.|
Daisy Ray is a new dog on our block.
GONE TOO SOON!!
Athena Orchard, 13, died May 28 of Osteosarcoma, was wise beyond her years.
Grandson Joe Franks, 16, died April 28.
Ralph T. Ginn, 19, who was tormented & died needlessly because he trusted others.
Special thanks to:
GenGal for sponsoring my Dad
GeorgiaCA for sponsoring Peanut
Jimmie for sponsoring Levi McConkey
Rose for sponsoring Murphy.
Nancy Murray for sponsoring Lois Fauver.
Civil War veteran who needs some flowers:
Please visit a veteran: Lowell Long
Code Talker Melvin Permansu
Code Talker James M. Edwards
Rip, a brave little soldier in WWII England. He was the inspiration for search & rescue dogs.
Family members who died in war:
James A. Clymer who died in the Civil War.
Lorenzo Fauver, 17, died in the Civil War.
Soldiers who died serving our country:
Died in USMC jet training Don Bernath
David Fraise died in Afghanistan.
Nathan Anderson who died in Iraq.
Jane Doe found near a TN road Oct '98.
Bingle & Hank could use some tokens.
Karma, Samantha, Rascal, Lucy, Jack, Moose, Seamus and Cain had no family when they died.
Please visit Mother Turtle who was badly beaten & left to die.
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Judy, You surprised me again. You sponsored my grand dog Phoebe. Now, you have sponsored my Baby cousin, Albert Love. I love it~ Thanks again!
Judy, thank you for visiting my lil Tiger on her birthday. I appreciate it :)
Added by LdyBugღ on Apr 24, 2015 9:45 PM
|Sheila White Hughes||RE: Spnsorship of Maeve's page|
Hi Judy - I think Maeve was an Aussie Shepherd mix, but I don't know what she was mixed with. I'll have to ask my son. I visited Boo Radley's page yesterday, and visited all the furry babies you had listed on your page. They are all so precious. It's so sad to lose so many of our beloved pets, and I wish someone had had a better plan. I wish they could stay with us forever. Maeve was unique among dogs. She was very smart, well-trained, extremely affectionate, and she had a sense of humor. Even though she wasn't my dog, I'm going to miss her like crazy. Thank you again, Judy, for sponsoring her. It means so much to my son and to me. --Sheila
|Sue Howell||Cool Story|
What a neat story! I also have a story, similar, but different. My Grat-grandfather, Henry Hershey and his brother, Isaac, wanted to enlist when the Civil War started. However, because their father fell down drunk by the railroad track in Findlay and froze to death in 1857, their mother needed the boys to work on the family farm (Henry was 14, Isaac was 16, they had 5 other brothers and sisters). She eventually hired a farmhand, whom she married. In late 1863, after the Battle of Chickamauga, the 21st Ohio Infantry came back to Findlay to recruit more men. The boys were allowed to enlist and served. I found out about 15 years ago that the hired hand was a traveling Methodist minister and had 2 other families in Indiana. He would disappear for a while and then appear again. One of the older sons from Indiana followed him one time and followed back to Findlay, so the Indiana families knew about the Ohio family, but we knew nothing about the Indiana families.
|Sheila White Hughes||Spnsorship of Maeve's page|
Judy - Thank you for the beautiful gesture of sponsoring Maeve's page. I am always so touched by the kindness of the folks on Find A Grave. It's so wonderful of you to do that. Bless you. --Sheila
|Sue Howell||RE: James Clymer|
I wish I could have met any of my G-grandfathers. My Grandma told me stories of her Dad marching with Sherman to the sea. She was always so proud of him. She also had an uncle, her Dad's brother, who served with her Dad till the uncle got shot.
|RAP||RE: Thank you|
One day last week when I was looking at your family tree, I noticed you had relatives at Forest Lawn. I like to search there however I live 30 miles away, so don't get there as often as I like. I had Saturday morning off so decided to go for a ride. Besides photos of Eliza Jane and her husband, I also added a pic of their son. It was the least I could do after sponsoring my beautiful Sailor.
Added by RAP on Apr 20, 2015 9:53 AM
|Sue Howell||James Clymer|
I am also interested in the Civil War soldiers. My dad lived with his grandfather, who was a Civil War veteran. I inherited his ribbons and other mementos. I have another great-grandfather and a great-great grandfather who were Civil War veterans. I joined the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War so that I could honor them through this organization.
|Sue Howell||James Clymer|
Judy, I wanted to let you know that I helped in finding out about James Clymer's miss marked grave. I was also the "widow in mourning dress" for the rededication of his grave in Marietta, GA in June of 2007. At the time, I live near where James' parents are buried and was married at that time to a Clymer descendent.
|rosie mcnaughton||Needing flowers,|
Rodney Todd 144720023 and his 7 children accidentally poisoned by carbon monoxide and need our flowers of remembrance. Please pass this to your friends. Thanks...
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