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YankeeGraver (#47149312)
 member for 7 years, 5 months, 3 days
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Bio Photo To all who read this bio or search my memorials please stop by and visit my dear Sister who died of Neuroblastoma, and my beloved Mother who's life was cut tragically short by ovarian cancer.

Cleet Carter my best friend.

Joey Quinonez my best friend.

Thanks to all of you who place flowers on the above memorials. I very much appreciate it.

My family interests are: Blew, Still, Mollet, Knable, Slaughter, Wright, Phillips, Pitman, Pittman, Stephenson, Dorrell, Teeter, Lingo, Essenpreis, Allison and Hofer.

I am originally from Rome, Peoria, Illinois, USA and now reside in Seattle, King, Washington, USA. Navy veteran, USS Oriskany (CV-34), USS Dubuque (LPD 8), Helmsman, Deck Division. I love the greater northwest especially the climate, people, mountains, and the famous Public Market.

I find it utterly disrespectful not only to the military but to the service member who put their life on the line to defend our country, to not put their rank in their name. I find it even more shameful to yell at me for sending an edit and then declining it that adds his or her rank to their name. You should choose the closest to their rank if it is not listed. If you know it, list it out of respect and for recognition to those who visit the memorial. This is respect people and you should be ashamed if you do not show it in their name!

I believe family should be with family so if I have anyone under my tutelage that is related to you (and not related to me) I will gladly transfer the memorial, just ask...POLITELY. My goal is to find homes for all the memorials I have added that are not related to me. So please don't hesitate to ask.

In addition, please leave me a message if you sponsor a memorial that is under my care and I will promptly transfer the memorial to you. If you sponsor it you should be in control of it. However, if they are related to me we can discuss it as I will not transfer relation that is close to me.

Unfortunately, if I find your request to be abrupt, demanding or in any way construed to be mean, hateful or unpleasant, your request will be ignored. There is no reason to be this way.Also, I do not purposely create duplicate memorials, but if by chance I have duplicated one of your memorials please contact me in a nice manner and I will delete it. If you are hateful about it I will ignore you. No reason to be mean. Also, I will not respond to edits/corrections, etc., from members who have disabled their public messages since there is no way to contact you.

Note: Please do not post death certificates, obituaries, funeral home announcements or bio information in the virtual flowers section. If you would like this information posted, please send it through the Edit tab and then the Suggest any other correction or addition link. Also, I support anyone who adds a photo of their ancestor to their memorial for all who stop by to view. Pictures add so much to the memorial!

Note: Feel free to use any of the photos I have provided, you do not need prior permission from me. I also do not need to be referenced in this matter unless you feel the need. I do, however, appreciate anyone that does reference me (photo by: YankeeGraver).

Finally, I've had a lot of help along the way and I appreciate each and every one of you! If not for the first family tree I received from my aunt, I would never have started this 9+ year journey I've been on.

PS...My purpose here is to not "compete" and obtain as many memorials as I can. I do not try to own, covet, claim, crave, possess or acquire as many as I can like some on here. This is not a race or a game, this is to add to FAG's database. Personally, I would love to get rid of all the memorials I have added to the database. I do try, however, to maintain my relatives if at all possible. I realize FAG "rules" state you do not need to own every relative but I feel it is better if you do so you can add to it what you want when you want and not bother the "manager" of the memorial.
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Mary Beth Hughes-Worley
RE: Catherine Matter Lorenz #149117832
Well, you can see online family genealogies, be hooked up to ancestry sites, BUT, the headstone if still readable is the final say.

So that is my take on the necessity of actually going to the cemeteries.

I rolled part way down a hill in one cemetery. I had a feeling the spirits were laughing.

Mary Beth Hughes-Worley

Added by Mary Beth Hughes-Worley on Dec 03, 2016 3:35 PM
Mary Beth Hughes-Worley
RE: Catherine Matter Lorenz #149117832
Whoops. Her middle name is misppelled.

I thought she was a daughter of Peter Mattern.

Instead, she is a sister to Peter and Adam. So I am still working on all her genealogy.

The parents of this group of people is Adam Mattern and Elizabeth Eicher and I think passed away in Germany. Peter immigrated in 1889, and died in 1890. I posted a photo of him on his Find A Grave.

I am not a relative. But, I am interested in making sure that the immigrants in Saint Jacobs cemetery have a find a grave site. I am having to branch out to the other area cemeteries.

Initially when I thought she was Peter's daughter I made a link on Find A Grave. Mistake. His daughter, Catherine married Ethan Dennis and they are buried in Saint Jacobs Cemetery.

Since I am old, I hope to pass any site I start over to kin. Yesterday, I was looking thru my Lorenz headstone photos and realized I am still missing photos from Stonecreek. I have been to the graveyards several times each and each time I sometimes have better luck reading really old headstones.

After your last message, I tried to go through and add as many photos I had to Find A Grave sites at Stonecreek. I work on genealogy as I go. And I have burial/funeral lists, etc. I need the church books for St Johns and Evans Creek and plan to make copies perhaps tomorrow.

Regards,
Mary Beth Hughes-Worley
You can email me at mandjworley@gmail.com.
Added by Mary Beth Hughes-Worley on Dec 01, 2016 10:08 AM
Samson
I left one out
They need to add *Edit* to this website

I left out Albert Thompson Hord who is the son of
Richard Thomas Hord who is the son of James Hord

(so you can tell where he belongs on that list)
Added by Samson on Nov 27, 2016 3:05 AM
Samson
RE: Charles E Hord, Sr
Yes I am direct descendant

My father is the late William C. Hord Sr and his father Albert Banks Hord and his father Richard Thomas Hord and his father James Hord and mother Martha Puryear Hord

Sorry I took so long too........I am at that age where I have several computers and most of my relatives are gone now so once in a while I have to look and see if there are updates by the ones from North Carolina since I was from the ones that moved from Cleveland County N. Carolina almost 100 years ago and most of them lived long enough for me to know them when I was a kid in the 1960's

Dad died this year back on April 4th and Mom died back in 2011 and both my younger sisters and younger brothers are gone too.

So I basically have no relatives left that I actually ever knew or met.

Thanks for you message

-William C. Hord Jr (1-29-1958)
Added by Samson on Nov 27, 2016 3:01 AM
Michael Stanley Klimczak
RE: Your bio regarding Veterans
Sure, please do! I also delete most messages except for 'thank you' ones.
Added by Michael Stanley Klimczak on Oct 23, 2016 1:59 PM
Michael Stanley Klimczak
Your bio regarding Veterans
It's nice to finally read that another member on this site actually wishes to include a veteran's rank on their memorial regardless if they were killed in action or died naturally. I've had some members on here reject hundreds of edit requests to add ranks to existing memorials they've made. I even had one member tell me the rank was only to be added if they were killed in combat; of course this is absurd and disrespectful. I now specifically photograph military markers so that I can add their rank since I have control of the memorial. It's sad that some people are nasty this way.
Added by Michael Stanley Klimczak on Oct 22, 2016 8:22 PM
YellowRoseTX
RE: Belin
Hello,
thank you for the kind message. I am not closely related to this Belin. There is one in my tree by marriage. Thanks for asking. I enjoy tracking down my various relatives. Happy Hunting!
Added by YellowRoseTX on Oct 22, 2016 5:04 PM
bill schultz
RE: Charles and Vera Vonder
Not a problem. I must have been taking photo's of other people buried there.
Bill Schultz
Added by bill schultz on Oct 21, 2016 3:05 PM
Jim Craig
RE: Charles Mueller
I was headed over to Acacia Park yesterday so Susan gave it to me. Enjoy!
Added by Jim Craig on Oct 16, 2016 11:53 AM
Susan
RE: Charles Mueller
Now that I know there is a headstone and the location I will go soon.
Susan
Added by Susan on Oct 14, 2016 4:12 PM
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