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|Each and everyone of us has a story to tell,where we come from,what we have been thru.Any man who left his farm,plow,shop,home.Picked up his musket,any woman who left her hearth to stand by her husband, these are the people upon whose shoulders we stand, these are the people that gave us our liberty, and our life.|
For every American Veteran of every American War;who gave his or her all,or risk/gave his or her all, in the cause of freedom,
******WE OWE THEM A DEBT OF GRATITUDE THAT WE CAN NEVER NEVER REPAY.
BELOW IS A LIST OF SOME OF THESE BRAVE FAMILY MEMBERS WHO DESERVE TO BE HONORED************
After living in the big fast pace city, we
moved to a small town in the thumb of Michigan.The big thrill of the week here is when they refill the gumball machine at the post office!!!
Enjoy sewing,quilting,and genealogy.Volunteer for seniors and Veterans functions.I can only grow a good crop of crab grass and dandylions.
I am currently researching the following surnames;
Rockafeller Winthrop DIEGEL DIEGLE ERNSTHAUSEN
WALKER VACHA SWATNER LEONARD MOON MILLIGAN KIEFFER KIEFER WALTERS VLIET VAN VLIET
ROSE CATE CATES ACKLES HUNTINGTON HOWELL RAU
MCNALLY LAFELLE TIERNEY URBAN DAMOUR WhITELOCK
HORKEY WYKE BIRCHFIELD Burchfield Rone,Roane
Carl Bass Lefermann Kattenhenry Urban Farmer
VACHA TAYLOR MECUM Hoxie Silvernail Bonsall
Farmer COFFEEY Stallcup Bodson Curbow LIMING
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Judy, Thank you for letting me know about the Diegel pictures. I appreciate it.
Added by Louise on May 13, 2013 9:34 AM
I know that they had a few children. I can't remember exactly how many. I will have to look at my Sisson Family things when I get home and see what I can find for names of Children. Presently I am reading all the poems of Burt that were published. He was not that bad of a writer for being blind.
Thank You so much for working on the Sisson Family. They are so interesting... Not to mention that name keeps coming up when I am looking for other family members now also. Keep up the GREAT work.
|Candy Stevens||RE: Book|
Guess I'm blind..didn't see it! I saw some info but not what I thought.
|Amy Cummings||RE: Cummings there also|
I saw that. So far I know of three that I am related to. Don't know if I am related to the Kerr family though.
Hello, I am related to the Ragatz and I'm curious about the article in the Library Wendy has mentioned on a few memorials. Would you be interested in sharing. I'm curious if it's the same as the data I have or might add to what I've collected.
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|Amy Cummings||Kerr Cemetery Contributions|
I see you contributed John Cummings and Mary Cummings in Kerr Cemetery. I believe these are my great grandparents, as a matter of fact I am sure of it.
I was wondering if you are related or did you do this out of kindness. Either way, Thank you! I have been looking for their graves for years.
Good Morning Judy,
I, too, am doing research on the Mecums. Deborah Lydia Mecum is my 2nd great grand aunt. My line comes down from Jonathan N. Mecum to John Davis Mecum, to Horace Thomas Mecum, to Phillip Cohen Mecum, to my father, Vernon Clair Mecum. The farthest that I have been able to go back is to Jonathan's father, John and his father, Charles. I have no information on Charles or who his wife was. I was wondering if you might have more information on the Mecums than I have. I would be most appreciative for any information that you might have.
Thank-you, Susan Mecum
|william poma||RE: CHECK THIS ONE OUT|
HI JUDY , THAT IS A GOOD ONE . LOL BILL
Emil Joseph Kapaun (April 20, 1916 – May 23, 1951) was a Roman Catholic priest and United States Army chaplain who died as a prisoner of war in the Korean War. For his wartime activities, the Roman Catholic Church has declared him a Servant of God, the first stage on the path to sainthood, and on April 11, 2013, President Barack Obama awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously to Captain Chaplain Kapaun
AMERICAN HERO ......................
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