|Dennis Lamoureux (#46956216)|
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I believe that the present must document the past because that is what educates the future. What we learn and remember of our ancestors can not only benefit us, but maybe provide our children better lives, better health and maybe the knowledge to make sound decisions for the future. |
It is a true passion for me to do my genealogy. Even though my ancestors do not know of me, I can say that I am not only proud but honored to know of every one of them. Whether they were of royalty, fought in a war, or were a farm laborer, without any of them, I wouldn't be here. I also want to thank Find-A-Grave for providing such a service. It not only allows us documents the past but it's a place where you can have a solemn moment just visiting a friend or a loved one.
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|Michel Lamoureux||Norman L|
Good morning Dennis,
Do you want to add Norman L who died last month, or do you want me to add it?
Dennis, wich James O'Brien buried in St. Tomas is the husband of Dorothy-Helen?
|Ron Martin||RE: Thank You|
Your welcome. I'll be going out to get Olivia's photo in the next day or two. I'll have to clean it up a bit first.
|Jan Franco||RE: Wilson|
I made the links you suggested. If you have any others please submit through SAC (edit button), and include the names in addition to number. Thanks.
|louise floria||RE: Ramsey|
I made the link. Thanks for the info.
|L Ford||RE: Mae Belle Olin|
Yes, I found Mae Belle Olin's burial place. She remarried after Dom died. Joseph B. White, a veteran of WWI, in 1923. Her grave is listed on Find-a-Grave Memorial #39996439 as Mae B. White. No picture of stone and no mention of her being married to Dom Lamoureux. Maybe someone would be nice enough to get a picture of her stone for you.
Glendale Cemetery, Okemos, Ingham, Michigan
Added by L Ford on May 21, 2013 11:01 PM
|carol smith||St. Thomas|
Hi,Dennis,I don't represent anybody.I will be working with West Springfield Veterans' Agent.This was a small project that I started to find out the final resting places of W.S. Civil War soldiers. It grew until I finished walking thru all cemeteries in W.S. Here in W.S. the flaggers are volunteers too-the older ones are dying off and the young one don't have a clue were to place a flag.St. Thomas is only town cem. that has to be flagged twice.The plan for this spring is that a group of Marine cadets are going to help weedwack grass around flat markers.I also hope to borrow a metal detector to find a WWII grave that I copied last year.We have tried to find it since.but with no luck.Some people spend their retirement sitting,I have spent mine walking thru cemeteries.I have met the nicest people at St. Thomas.3 sections of St. Thomas Cem. have been checked 2 times,so they can go onto the Veterans' Office.Right now we have 2 feet of snow down there with more snow predicted.I hope that this answers your question.
|carol smith||St Thomas Cem.|
Would you tell what section your Dad is buried in? We are trying to make a spread sheet of all veterans to make sure they get flagged? Thank you.
|Scottie Finney||RE: Thank You Scottie!|
Your welcome. I am adding a memorial for Ida Bell Foster Rose now. His mother in Law.
|Scottie Finney||Harold Harvey Memorial|
I have transferred it to you since I am only related through his mother in law`s Foster side. My mother was a Foster.
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