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****My BEST BUD'S**** |
Oct. 16, 1998 / May 25, 2010.
July 5, 2003 / March 7, 2013
If you get the chance, please visit my niece Ashley Nichole Justus.
*Don't forget about Dolly*
There comes a time in life, when you walk away from all the drama and people who create it. You surround yourself with people who make you laugh, forget the bad, and focus on the good. So, love the people who treat you right. Think good thoughts for the ones who don't. Life is too short to be anything but happy. Falling down is part of LIFE... Getting back up is LIVING...
We live as long as we are remembered;
Those who have passed from this world,
die only when we whom they loved forget them...
"Do not regret growing older. It is a privilege denied to many."
Never, under any circumstances, take a sleeping pill and a laxative on the same night!
Family surnames that I am researching are:
Fathers side (PATERNAL);
Mothers side (MATERNAL);
Mother Mary, respect, honor, and cherish...
Find A Grave HQ West, Approved by Jim Tipton
Beta County Mapper
Memorial For Fallen Gravers
Should anything happen to me, Merllene, has agreed to maintain the memorials that I have created, January 24, 2012.
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|Dorothy@OKOBOJI||RE: Captions on photos|
Hey thanks a lot - I will give that a try - Dorothy
|Dorothy@OKOBOJI||RE: Hi Dorothy|
THANKS FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT - I AM LEARNING LOTS! QUESTION - WHEN I ADD A PICTURE THERE IS A BOX FOR A CAPTION - THE PICTURES SHOW UP BUT WHAT I TYPE IN THE BOX FOR A CAPTION DOESN'T = SO WHAT AM I DOING WRONG?!?!!?!? LOVE THIS SITE - THANKS DOROTHY
|Dorothy@OKOBOJI||RE: Leda Abbott|
Thank you very much - I am actually working today on doing a photo of each marker at the Okoboji cemetery - I appreciate what you have done at that cemetery Dorothy Sloma
|William Fischer, Jr.||Memorial 116247886|
Would appreciate your consideration in transferring this memorial - she was a sister of my great-grandmother. Thanks.
|Barbara Maitland||Sarah Jane Howell|
Find A Grave Memorial# 83533034
This is a very difficult family to track down! ;) Do you know if this Sarah Jane is the daughter of Lewis and Sarah Ann Howell?
Thank you for taking pictures and posting them. Without some of this information posted there, I would have much more difficulty finding information. You are awesome!
|Karen S. Lee||Laura White 116536345|
I have been trying to find information on Laura so I can take a picture for the memorial. I noticed you had White listed in your Paternal side of family. I see that the death certificate says Greenwood Cemetery but they have no record of her or Thomas White coming there. They have other children buried at the Lee's Summit Historical Cemetery in the next town but I checked their registry and nothing there either. Notice on the death cert. they crossed out Lee's Summit and then put Greenwood. If you have any other information that could help me I would really appreciate it. Thanks! Karen
|Karen Burger Hovland||Hugh Francis Levi|
Please transfer my dad's memorial to me?
|hyde park girl scout||Justus|
Hello, would you like me to transfer the Justus Memorials From Pleasant Valley Cemetery?
~Hyde Park Girl Scout
|RogerB||RE: RE:. Christian & Theresa Hartman|
per note on the genealogy I am referencing: "Rosa married her step-brother Christian Henry Hartman."
Added by RogerB on Aug 10, 2014 2:57 PM
|Iaed||RE: New photo|
It's a reflection of the exterior mirror in the door glass, but that's an interesting observation. I like the alignment of the left tire track with the opening at the top and the trees overhead. I think this road cut, which is at least a half mile long and 12 to 15 feet deep probably dates to the early settlers, before modern earth moving equipment existed, with no improvements since. There's a better much newer road within a half mile going the same direction.
Added by Iaed on Aug 06, 2014 11:48 PM
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