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"She calls to me from long ago; through sunlit skies; through drifts of snow. In clouds that dance upon the sea, I call to her, and she to me.
So real was she. She laughed; she cried. She loved; she lost. She lived; she died. She hoped and dreamed; so real was she. She lived a life that I may be.
The blood through which my veins does flow is the same as her's from long ago. So it will be that when I'm gone in an unborn child it will flow on.
I'll live my life and when it's done I'll live again in those to come. For I'm a bridge from she to me; from those that were, to those to be."
-- Darlene Caryl-Stevens
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|Kelly Albright Kubitschek||James H Colegrove|
If James H. Colegrove is not a relative of yours, could you please transfer him to me?
Kelly Albright Kubitschek
|Mary Ann Shields||unmarked Lanter graves|
I see you have the graves for Larkin and Margaret Lanter. I am looking for wife and children of Elbert (Larkin and Margaret's son). They are buried in Roanoke but there are no markers to be found. Do you have any information about any of these people?
Mary Ann Shields
|Dana Gammage||Jonas Sparks|
Here are my sources
1870 United States Census Kentucky Pendleton County
1880 United States Census Kentucky Pendleton County Sandsuck
1900 United States Census Kentucky Pendleton County Sandsuck
He served in the infantry in Company D 23 Kentucky Regiment in the Civil War for the Union
www.findagrave.com 23 August 2016 93812077
|Kenneth Britton||Edna Morford|
Are you related through the Pugh/Britton lines? or do you come through the Morford line?
|Kenneth Britton||Edna Moreford|
Are you related to the Pugh Line? I am related through the Britton Line which you probably knew since my last name is Britton LOL.
|Bert Boutwell||RE: William Ravenscraft|
The name and date came from a database of church and other records to which I subscribe. I have no connection to this line of Ravenscraft. I dug far enough to eliminate them from consideration.
You also maintain the memorial for James Thomas Ravenscraft buried in the same cemetery who appears to be a brother to William. Both of them died young,when I determined their parents I closed out without getting dates for James.
What I sent to you as an edit is all I wrote down, if these are your kin, I am sorry I don't know more.
|mark summers||Elmer Taylor's parents|
Elmer Taylor 33607109 parents are Thomas B. Taylor 55565235 and
Arabella Schoolfield Taylor 63231257 at DeMoss Fisher cemetery in Bracken, Kentucky
|eaglehart||Hobbs/Bold family at Lenoxburg Cemetery|
Once again I thank you for the memorials that you have done and for accepting my edits. I'll continue to research and connect my husband's family-thanks for your help in this.
|eaglehart||Burris and others|
Thanks very much for your many memorials and gravestone photos. They have been a huge help to me in my research of my husband's family!
You sent me a message about an obituary, but I didn't have an obituary posted nor did you send one! Did you want one posted?
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