I can no longer care for the thousands of memorial entries that I manage due to health issues. I have so enjoyed working on this site and the many friends I have made.
MEMORIAL MAINTENANCE TRANSFERS DO NOT INCLUDE ANY OF MY PERSONAL FAMILY (UNLESS YOU ARE CLOSER IN DIRECT RELATIONSHIP THAN I AM). I have been trying to get all family memorials turned over to my daughter, "JENPA". and JENPA has been instructed to NOT transfer out any of the memorials which I have transferred to her. These memorials are ALL MY FAMILY, and I wish to keep them together. PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT 'JENPA' TO REQUEST A TRANSFER UNLESS YOU CAN PROVE A CLOSER RELATIONSHIP THAN I AM.
AS FOR THE REST OF THE 25,000 PLUS MEMORIALS THAT I MAINTAIN, they ARE AVAILABLE TO YOU. THEY WILL BE EVENTUALLY TURNED OVER TO FIND-A-GRAVE. ALL REQUESTS, FOR THESE TRANSFERS, MUST * GO * THRU * THE * EDIT * TAB -- ON EACH INDIVIDUAL MEMORIAL.
******************** I was born in Chanute, Neosho County, KS. Moved from Kansas in 1959. Since then I have resided in many states. Somehow I ended up back in Kansas for awhile. At the moment we have dual residency in Alaska and Kansas. My husband and I are retired contract electrical engineers. We have 10 children, 27 grandchildren, and 20 great-grandchildren.
For what it's worth, at the moment I am residing in California receiving treatment @ Stanford University Medical.
Memorial number 84837594 Hi: You added a photo of my father law Warren Fitch, Sr. To his memorial. My husband Warren Fitch, Jr. does not want this photo at his father's memorial. The photo that you added has him wearing glasses. I have tried to remove the photo that you posted but it will not let me. Could you please remove the photo that you posted. My father in law did not like the photo of himself that you posted. Thank you.
Lee and Duffield families in Chanute I hope you are doing well with your medical treatment. I saw that you were born in Chanute which is where my great Aunt Kate Jackson Lee lived in the early 1900's. Her daughter was Susie Lee who married Lee Duffield. I believe their daughters were Helen and Juanita Duffield. I know it's a long-shot but any chance you knew that family? I have hit a dead-end while researching that part of my family.
Albert Brollivar Albert Brollivar died in a nitroglycerine southwest of Bartlesville in 1919. I have been working on the explosion at Torpedo Switch and just the funeral record of his funeral. I would be very honored to manage his entry. Thank you