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Paul has been married to the love of his life, Irene, for over 32 years. He and Irene retired after long careers as NASA subcontractors following the final flights of the Space Shuttle fleet. Paul has always had a fascination with genealogy and finally started actively pursuing his ancestors in 2010. His current family tree includes over 4,000 members.|
Paul took monks vows in the Soto Zen line in 2006. He is active in the Zen community as well as supporting a active prison ministry and intermittent hospice ministry here in Central Florida.
Travel is a regular occurrence and more often than not, includes a side trip to that out of the way graveyard looking for that one lost cousin….
Paul and Irene live on an island on the coast of Central Florida. (Really!)
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|Rudy Brockmueller||Andrew Baize|
My source says Andrew never came to America and died in Russia. This comes from research by Wes Ratzlaff from Canada. Hope this is somewhat helpful. Rudy
|Cathy Wagley||RE: duplicates|
Sorry for the delay, I have been busy and have not been able to contact my sister.
I'm sorry, I will call my sister tomorrow, a relstive to the Cheskys and see which is the right one, probably the Adams county one, not sure what happened.
I must be missing something. How are eunice and joseph chesky duplicates when their memorials are the only ones on that cemetary page?
Links and edits made. Thanks so much for sending the information. I do appreciate it!
|Ron Roberson||RE: Far left stone|
OK I sent the picture to your email address.
|Ron Roberson||RE: Hayes|
You're welcome, happy to do it. You may have noticed I also posted pictures on Gabriella's memorial. Ron
|Ron Roberson||William Hayes|
Hi just wanted you to know that I was at Pleasant View Cemetery at Darlow, Kansas, this afternoon. I found the grave of William Hayes and will post a photo of it in response to your request. There is a large Hayes stone and three individual markers. The one immediately to the left of the family stone is clearly that of William; it's hard to read but it says he died in 1906 at the age of 80. The stone on the right is that of Gabriella Hayes, died 1914 at the age of 64. Then the third stone, on the far left, is much harder to read. If you like, I could send you a photo of that stone and let you try to make out the inscription. I hope all this helps!
|Karin King||RE: OK|
I noticed that your name was on a lot of those memorials, and I appreciate you adding them all!
|Rebecca (Chapman) Dann||Chapman|
Darn it! forgot - Grave Memorial# 100928855
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