|Janet Milburn (#47529757)|
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If your heart feels heavy,
It may be weighted down,
With the many precious gems
You fail to pass around.
Diamonds are the loving words
You always leave unsaid.
Rubies are the seeds of joy
That you refuse to spread.
Emerald are the helping hands
Only offered grudgingly.
Sapphires are alms not given
To ease a fellowman's need.
Changing won't be easy
And it may even smart.
When you begin to mine those gems
Embedded in your heart.
It will take a lot of practice
Each and every day,
Learning that neglected art
Of giving yourself away.
First there'll be a secret fear
You may be refused,
Or sometimes deep resentments
That you are being used.
But as you sow your precious gems
Along life's many miles,
You'll notice how they sparkle
In people's happy smiles.
And your heart that was so heavy
Will grow to twice its size,
But be as light as a bird in flight
As it soars up to the skies.
by Alice M. Antlsperger
"Transfers: I am not one of
those people who refuse to
transfer in or out of guidelines.
State up front how and why you
feel you should be the manager
of the memorial. I will use
my discretion, but as a general
Ask and ye shall receive, unless
you're 1 of those people who don't
transfer out of guidelines".
(I borrowed this from T.V.F.T.H)
If you are one of those people
the above poem is for you,
please read it and take it to
heart. I also don't like
veiled threats. So please don't
do that. It is so ugly.
For transfer request, please go
to edit. It will make it
easier for both of us.
If you have sent a correction
addition etc. please be patient,
and give me thirty days, to take
care of your request.
I am going to remove my e-mail
address, as I continue to receive
thru there, rather than thru edit
as I have requested above. Please
be sure to include the memorial
number as it is time consuming to
for members to have to look it up,
when you could just as easily send it.
Please do not post a death certificate
or an obituary in the photo section
on any of the memorials I manage.
The obituary should be typed and
submitted to be entered in the bio.
We want the memorials of those we
loved to be as nice as possible.
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|Laura Thrasher||Hattie Olin Brown #90857823|
Hattie was the dau of Lorenzo D. Olin and Sarah Stevens Olin. Please see the 1860 U.S. Census, Brooklyn, Green Lake, WI and the 1870 U.S. Census, Brooklyn, Green Lake, WI. She married Charles A. Brown 14 Jun 1876 in Green Lake Co., WI. See Wisconsin, Marriages, 1836-1930 database https://familysearch.org. This marriage record names her father and mother. Thank you for making corrections to her memorial.
|David Harrison||91429820 Dutcher|
Trying to trace my ancestors. Finding though research, my 2nd great grandmother was Sarah Dutcher and twin sister Mary, married Lorenzo Richardson born 1823, in Washington County. She married Edwin Miller of Westborough,Mass. who, I just found had a 1st wife Salinda Braley also of Westborough. Married 1834 They settled after 1836ish and 1840 in White Creek.
1850 Census has Sarah born in Washington County, and I can not find anything on Dutchers and today say this site and wondered if you had any info about this person at all. I see birth and death unknown.
Appreciate your time thanks.
|Leslie Burcham||Beeker Bosen|
I saw your post about Beeker Bosen. I believe that Beeker Bosen was Beeker Cosar and she is the mother of Sgt. Hench Bosen. She was married to Samuel Bosen and also a man named Cliford Pierce. She had at least 3 children with Samuel Bosen, John, Josephine Nora and Hench.
Creek By Blood:
Birth: 2-12-1897 in Oklahoma
Dieg: 4-1974 Sapulpa, OK.
Census Card # 1614
Dawes' Roll # 5213
|Bonne Covey||Albert and Bertha Paulson|
Janet, I am related to the Paulsons. How do you know them
Bonne Petersen Covey
Newport News, VA 23603
|Bill Gray||Star Cemetery in Shreveport|
Hey Janet... What can you tell me about Star Cemetery. It appears to be a cemetery for African Americans but my great-great aunt is buried there and I know her husband, Uncle Milburn, was white. He had no children by his first wife and one infant daughter by Mrs. R.A. Flowers so I'm trying to piece the story together. Sorry to bother you but thanks for any assistance you are able to provide.
Is it possible that the birth/death years are swapped around for this person?
My great-great grandfather Franz Andreas Fleming was (Sept 21 1843 to Dec 28 1932) he was married to:
Margaretha (Wall) Fleming (Feb 8 1847 to 1938) and is I believe #88032990. (My great-great grandmother.)
|Chris Bergstrom||Nannie Gibson Crossroads Cemetery|
I noticed a poem in this memorial is the person whom provided a relation or are you?
|Susan Seacord Jackson||James M. Brown|
Are you a descendant of Memorial # 79829128.
If not he is the brother of my gggrandfather and I would appreciate the transfer of his memorial and his wife Emily. Thank you.
|tan1||Mulhearn, Ellen # 94008735|
Your 2012 Memorial is a DUPLICATE of one from 2010 that also has a photo. Please delete.
Added by tan1 on Sep 14, 2015 8:19 AM
|silverthetis||Skiff in Campbell cemetery WRONG|
Would you please remove the Skiff burial from the Campbell cemetery? There was no headstone there, as I was there this weekend and have looked over the cemetery records. Thanks.
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