|CONNIE FYFE (#47434291)|
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Born in North Platte, Nebraska. Currently live in Bossier City, Louisiana.|
Please feel free to request transfer of memorials. I grant management of memorials that I have created, to both family and friends. As long as their is positive intent, I have no problem relinquishing management of memorials. The whole point of graving is remembering those gone before us. This is information to be shared, not hoarded.
Here's a little personal dittie that I have written about graving
"Tis rock and stone and fence and mound I seek.
A lonely grave on a grassy knoll, inside my heart I keep.
A grandfather, not once but twice my great,
was buried there a'fore my eyes opened
for the first time.
An Auntie took me there, so long ago. I myself have been there, so I know
That there he rests, among the hills, and calves, and grass, and sky, and wind.
But I myself like him, am now so old, I can't remember all the stories told. Nor where exactly lies this grassy grave. Where a man once homesteaded and stood so brave.
I want to put a flower on his stone, to let him know that he is not alone. Round the bend, I go and carry with, My honor and my love, for Grandpa Smith.
But sun is going down, and I don't see, the very place I seek where he should be. Perhaps tomorrow will find me, finding him. If not, the grass keeps blowing in the wind."
In memory of Edmond Elliot Smith (1840-1908)
Forest Lawn Memorial Park
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|Karl Stelly||RE: Russel B Godfrey|
Thank you very much for your kind comments. I sure do appreciate it.
Hurrah for the Bayou State!
|Sheila||Peak (a Boo)|
Marienberg Castle ... never went. I was too busy drinking beer and running to Frankfurt.
I was in WB from 79-80, then took a job in Aschaffeburg from 80-81, and then out. Couldn't see making the military a career, even though I sorta did, from a civilian perspective.
Have you gone back to Germany? I went to the northern part of the country a few years back, near Oldenburg. It really is a beautiful country.
Added by Sheila on Sep 17, 2013 9:06 PM
|Sheila||Margaret ~ Nebraska|
I , sent you a reply, but Find flagged it for review due to possible inappropriate content. Geez! Long story!
In brief, I was also in Wuerzburg, but at Leighton. We didn't go to the field much in my unit, but there were some who STAYED in the field.
I am not related to Margaret that I know of, except in a very round about way. You probably know all about her family, but I started digging again the last few days and discovered a connection of sorts.
Margaret's daughter, Ida Johns to Ida's daughter, Florence who married Floyd Loftis.
Floyd and Florence were my aunt's parents, my aunt being married to my mom's older brother. Florence died young, but Floyd got around pretty good well into his later years. He had cataracts, but he drove around Arlington, which was a little scary.
But the family (and the locals) thought he really couldn't do too much harm if he stayed driving at 20 MPH around the neighborhood and kept off the highway, which he did. Ha ha ... yeah. I remember him.
So anyway, Margaret is my aunt's great grandma, and I really need to talk to her about all this and share Margaret's photo with her and tell her the story behind it.
Added by Sheila on Sep 17, 2013 11:26 AM
Updates completed and links made ~ Thank you
We have even more in common than what you realize. I was born in Iowa, but many of my family members are from Washington and Douglas counties and some still live there. The family members who remain live in the Arlington area, so it wouldn't surprise me if they walked some of the same lands that Margaret once walked.
I was also stationed in West Germany when it was the FRG ~ 3rd ID. Beyond that, I live in Vernon Parish.
Small world, huh? :-)
Added by Sheila on Sep 16, 2013 10:37 AM
|Sheila||Margaret Peak, # 103054082|
Thank you for adding the photo to Margaret's memorial ... very nice. I also noticed you flowered Margaret and called her Auntie. I was wondering if you had any further details on her, such as maiden name, parents, etc. I always try to add whatever details I can.
Added by Sheila on Sep 14, 2013 6:54 PM
|weston04||William Wheeler in Gibbon, NE|
I was the one who claimed the photo request because I was going to be in Kearney for the weekend. I live about 100 miles away from Gibbon and realized after I loaded the pictures that these were pictures for the wrong William Wheeler. I apologize...you will have to request him again to get photos.
Added by weston04 on Sep 04, 2013 4:20 PM
|Ted Myers||RE: Uriah Mourey|
Connie,Thank you very kindly, I am one American of many, that loves his country and the men who died to preserve our freedom, and I will always do my best to see that they, who died to preserve that freedom, are known to those who should know that our freedom came at a very high price. Ted
|Pattie Ford||Amos R Wellet|
computer problems here, so bare with me. I have transferred Lydia Moore, and E Victor Butler Dikeman. If you sent me a request for Amos R Wellet, he is not under my management.
|Amanda Fox||RE: Nola Mae Thompson|
Hi Connie. I deleted the memorial I had created and just sent a request to add the same information that I had on her memorial to the one created in 2010. Thanks for letting me know about the duplicate.
|Amanda Fox||Nola Thompson|
Hi Connie do you know if Nola is buried at the same cemetery (Grand View Memorial Park) as her husband? I was just working on this family a few days ago. I was researching her brother William Henry Biggs. Thanks for her husband's link. Also if you would like to manage her memorial just let me know.
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