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Please DO NOT post family history in the memorial notes and flower section. That is not the purpose of that feature. If you have additional information, please use the edit tab to contact me. |
Any obituaries that are posted on my memorials will not have the names of any living relatives. Also, I try to not include living spouses when photographing headstones.
To quote local genealogist Joan Griffis,
"Personal information concerning living individuals should not be published or shared on the internet without the permission of those individuals."
I choose to just omit the names.
Most of the names I have added are family, either to myself or my spouse, and would like to keep those. I have added various other memorials, such as family friends, etc, so if I have a memorial that you would like transferred, it doesn't hurt to ask! Others have been generous to me and I enjoy passing that generosity on to others.
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|Lois and Daughters||Raymond Donald "Donnie"|
You can send it to my e-mail address which is in my profile. I prefer you either type it or send it to me and I will type it - please do not put it in the picture area as it does not belong there per Find A Grave rules. Thanks for all the information. Lois
|MidwestMom ♥||Joan Adele Lee|
Noticed your note on her memorial. I find she had at least 2 sisters, rather than one as you stated. They were Dolores A and Joyce E, both listed in the 1940 census. Whether any other children came along later, I'm not sure.
Donnie Lee was a grandchild of Asa and Anna Lee. (Which is what the photo caption should have said.)
Asa and Anna lived across the street from me when I was a child. My family bought the property about four years after Donnie drowned there. Swimming was then prohibited, and there never has been another drowning. Growing up, we heard the story of the drowning over and over again. Very sad, but it kept us from swimming there. -Pam
|Teresa Pyles||Leonard Yanders|
Thank you so much for posting the picture of Mr. Yanders' stone. I really appreciate it.
Thanks so much, appreciated for those who are looking geraldine
You are welcome.
|angel finder||Stella Viola Mains|
I have transferred Stella to you. Enjoy and have fun.
|Deborah Daigle||Elizabeth Dennison|
Would you like for me to transfer Elizabeth Dennison's memorial to you?
|ginny lee||Mathilda Rapp|
Thank you for pointing out my mistake and giving the other information. I have corrected it.
|Mike Cresswell||Beverly Nuss|
Dora K daughter
|Mike Cresswell||Dora K|
Feb 20, 2003
Paxton - Dora M Ellis, 98, formerly of Cissna Park, died Tuesday (Feb 18, 2003) at Asta Care Center in Paxton, where she had been a resident since October 1991.
Visitation will be from 12:30 p.m. Friday until the 1:30 p.m. services at the Ford-Baier Funeral Home in Paxton. Rev. Terry Strom will oficiate.
Burial will be in Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Cissna Park.
Surviving are two daughters and one son-inlaw, Lois and William Olive of Glenview, Beverly Nuss of Paxton; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
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