|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 C.Earl Romick and moved to Bremerton, Wasnington in 1975. We had 5 children. Lost a daughter with cancer. I met Douglas Boustead 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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|Dale Shepherd||RE: Elizabeth Romick Eldredge|
Thanks for the reply, but her gravestone says Isabella Romick Aldredge.
|Dale Shepherd||,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
|Pamela Olschewski||William Kellogg|
Hi. Thanks for the great work you have done on findagrave. I noticed a number flipflop on this record. Thought you might want to fix it. Born 1515 and died 1578. At the bottom says burial unknown. But then it looks like a burial was added, but the numbers were flipped. 1758. I've done genealogy for many years and know it is so easy to do, and since I spotted that I just thought you'd want to know.
Again thanks for the amazing work you are doing. It sure helps so many of us. I haven't worked on these lines for over 30 years, and oh my goodness, so much information has become available.
|Brady A||Preserved Kellogg|
Thank you so much for posting the photo for Preserved Kellogg. I don't know how I could have missed the notification email 4 months ago! I had started to think there may not be anything left to find. Can you tell me if this is, in fact, in Hillside Cemetery? Thank you!
Added by Brady A on Aug 06, 2013 8:57 AM
|Mr B||RE: Thomas Hall|
Glad to be of service! Sometimes the paper records get smudged, and then dates are hard to read.
Added by Mr B on Jun 08, 2013 12:10 PM
|Pearls of Grace♥||*******|
Hello my dear sweet friend. I know you are still in mourning. Would you be able to send your email to me? I have lost it. Use the edit button suggestion on my mother's memorial.
God bless you, and your family always
Love, your Sister In Christ, Darlene
Thank you for taking the time to enter all of these memorials for my family. I am not able to visit their graves and this is WONDERFUL! You are wonderful!
Added by gretchen on May 20, 2013 7:34 AM
|Teresa Bennett||John Earl|
I was at the Windham cemetery today and spoke with the curator. He is going to contact me regarding where John is located in the cemetery as I have not been able to locate his grave.
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