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The Symbol of the Forget-Me-Not Flower
The Use of a Small, Blue Flower as a Sign of Love and Hope
A legend about the origin of the name forget-me-not is as follows. Once a medieval knight and his lady-love were walking beside a river. The knight held a bouquet in his hands. Because of the weight of the armor, he fell into the water. According to the legend, he threw the bouquet at her shouting forget-me-not.
There is a Christian religious legend according to which the child Jesus Christ created forget-me-nots so that the generations to come would be able to see him and his mother Mary, on whose lap he was sitting.
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|melissa swanberg||James Lloyd Colvin #48304594|
Please transfer James Lloyd over to me. He is my uncle. Thank you. Melissa
|Genealogygirl||Albert hamil ray|
Albert was born 7-24-1930 died 5-7-2011
|melissa swanberg||James Oscar Colvin# 82340562|
I would like you to transfer my grandpa's memorial to me if you could please.Thank you for all of your work. someone else add him again. I left a message for him that there is two of the same person.
|Mary Blunt||Johnnie Cargll|
Born Dec 27, 1920 - died Dec 29, 1920.
Do you know who the parents of this child are?
Thanks for any information.
Mary Cargill Blunt
|Pat Jimerson Bell||Nidiffer baby --50780395|
I know the stone is extremely difficult to read; do you remember where it is in relation to other Nidiffer graves? I'm wondering if it might be the grave of Bessie Nidiffer, daughter of Felix and Joanna Linder Nidiffer, who died at the age of 4 in 1895. I understand Bessie was buried amongst family. Bessie was a little sister of my grandmother Annie.
Thanks for the good work you've done.
|Kat Wolf||Isham Dow Owensby - Find A Grave Memorial# 54229965|
Hello! Thank you for posting this memorial and for the info. May I ask how you know the source of his names? I only ask because he is my granddaughter's great-great-grandfather.
Added by Kat Wolf on May 29, 2014 9:11 AM
|Scot Lady||re: Bertha P. Ireland Berg|
Hello, Another Find A Grave member sent me a message that there are two memorials for Mrs. Bertha P. Ireland Berg.
One is one I added some years ago Find A Grave #49398947, the second is one you added, Find A Grave #41413026.
The memorial I placed has connections to her family members, as well as a photo of her marker. If you are related to Bertha, let me know and I will gladly transfer her memorial to you. If not, contact me directly, so that we can work together to get the memorials merged, or delete one. Scot Lady
|Lisa||Find A Grave Memorial# 49134714|
Thank you for the transfer of this memorial. I appreciate it!
Added by Lisa on May 14, 2014 9:41 AM
|Lisa||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 49134726|
Do you remember the approximate location of this grave? I'd like to go look at it myself and see who the baby is near.
Added by Lisa on May 14, 2014 9:40 AM
|Lisa||Find A Grave Memorial# 49134726|
Do you have any additional information about William Edward Page Find A Grave Memorial# 49134726? I was wondering if he has any connection to the other Page's in this cemetery. Thanks.
Lisa Williams Find A Grave# 47291124
Added by Lisa on May 13, 2014 10:03 PM
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