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"Spirit of Life, mystery of death: We trust that beyond the absence: There is a presence. That beyond the pain: There can be healing. That beyond the brokenness: There can be new kind of wholeness. That beyond the silence: There may be the understanding. And that beyond the understanding: There is love. Blessed Be. Amen"|
Jasper ~ Joy's beautiful kitty
Henri ~ Gentle Kitty
Yager ~ Family dog/now with photo
Lizzy ~ Our special kitty
Mr. Black ~ Neighborhood Cat
Miss Kitty ~ kitty-cat
BLUE The Belgian Ox
"brief is life but love is long"
-A. L. Tennyson
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I welcome all corrections, and with a few exceptions, I am happy to transfer any of the random memorials I have created - on to those who have a relationship, or historical interest. My ancestors, family, friends, local memorials, and special history interests, I do maintain in my care.
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|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Carrie Pritts Berkey|
I had my 4th surgery in 20 months to repair the meniscus 3 weeks ago. While the surgeon was in there poking around he discovered that the ACL repair he did last year didn't take. I guess it's time for a total knee replacement. Despite the pain, that doesn't keep this 'ol Soldier from stomping around the cemeteries!
|Robert Hague||My Bio|
Thank you for your very kind words. I love helping other people, and I am willing to transfer almost any memorial if I believe the other Find A Grave member can add more information; the memorial does not have to bed in the members direct line.
Thank you for taking the time to drop me a note.
|sniksnak||RE: your note to Craig|
Love it, Georgia! How sweet and enduring. Keats is one of my very favorite poets. I came across what I posted on Craig's memorial (Keats' quote within a quote) last year in a memoir that I was reading.
Added by sniksnak on Nov 19, 2014 4:35 PM
That's my problem - we were looking for another cemetery, but the fog was so thick, we were using GPS to get to Craigtown Cemetery.
This little one popped out of the mist & my driver & I hopped out to see if our crew was there, but had to take right off because the lead car was going on without us. They wanted to film a segment for the production company before the rains set in bad. How I wish we could have stayed - I have not been able to magnify the pic enough to make out anything on the stones in it. ~Shirleen
|history4sure||An Old Relic|
Thanks for the note on my relic photo - I think I put it up a year or so after being in Illinois.
I am not a very good photographer so I try to make up for it in research. That cemetery was unknown to me and we were in such a hurry to finish the project, that I even failed to get any data - a film crew of young pros were dragging me along & I couldn't hold up their progress!
During our road trip, the foggy mist had set in & can you believe the tiny (about 200' X 200') site appeared - out in the middle of a grain field, surreal, unkept and the natural wildflowers & craggy trees left all on their own; wish I could have surveyed it! ~Shirleen
|JoyColeღ||RE: message - came to me in Aug.|
Thank you for pointing out the message - no I never heard from her. She must have never checked back. I will contact her - thank you so much! Joy
Added by JoyColeღ on Nov 14, 2014 5:38 AM
|JoyColeღ||Coffee in Heaven|
There is most definitely coffee in Heaven. I can see dad and Beansie happily raising their cups for seconds as mom passes by with the percolator. I remember so many parties with my parent's friends drinking coffee and eating Italian pastries from the bakery. All the ladies (wearing red lipstick) complaining about their waistlines and the men reaching for seconds and thirds. Wouldn't it be nice to think they can still enjoy each other.
There has to be a happy ending, I can't believe otherwise for our wonderful parents.
Added by JoyColeღ on Nov 09, 2014 3:16 PM
I just received notification that you sponsored William Wright - or dear Beans(ie). I can't believe how you remembered this sweet man and that he was a dear friend to my father.
Thank you Georgia, I am so touched. Beasie was just as kind as his gentle face and he was one "of those guys". The kind of man his family and friends could always count on to do the right thing. These men are so rare now.
Thank you Georgia, you are such a sweetheart!
Added by JoyColeღ on Nov 08, 2014 4:49 PM
|Rosie♥Mooch||RE: Elmo's sponsorship|
Love Elmo! The three goats and the three sisters! Hugs, Rosie
|Sam Andrusko||RE: Margaret Landis/have requested obit. to be posted|
Oh gee, thanks for a quick response and your research efforts. Just checked Find A Grave for Joseph and Margaret I and see you've already made the links, so all I can do is thank you! And especially thanks for the obits of William and Margaret.
I noticed Rosy's obit also appears in the Myersdale Library Special Collections Project. If you got it from there, I wonder again if whoever typed up the obit from there made a mistake. It says the obit possibly came from the Meyersdale Republican.
Obit do have errors. Was annoyed with my half-sister when she gave the wrong maiden name for our grandmother's mother when she (grandmother) died. And this was only in the 1990s, so ... people do make mistakes. Also wonder whether Magdalena (instead of Margaret) is wrong or just a middle name. She's Margaret or Maggie in the census records I've seen.
Anyway, thank you so much for your efforts. Perhaps in Rosy's entry you can simply note that the obituary is incorrect; that she was the daughter of Joseph Landis, not Peter. Otherwise, it looks as though you've made the mistake, not the obit.
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