|Laura Kessler Hershey (#47639879)|
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If anyone has anything to add to a memorial I've made PLEASE let me know and I will be glad to add the information! I Love to link their parents to each memorial or have their obituary to add.|
I'm interested about who my ancestors were and how they may have influenced who I am today. I am also researching my husbands ancestors and am learning as much as I can to pass on to our daughter. It's also fascinating to learn about the many different church backgrounds they all have had.
Still searching in PA!!
I found this through a friend:
Your tombstone stands among the rest;
Neglected and alone.
The name and date are chiseled out
On polished, marbled stone
It reaches out to all who care
It is too late to mourn.
You did not know that I exist
You died and I was born.
Yet each of us are cells of you
In flesh, in blood, in bone.
Our blood contracts and beats a pulse
Entirely not our own.
Dear Ancestor, the place you filled
One hundred years ago
Spreads out among the ones you left
Who would have loved you so.
I wonder if you lived and loved,
I wonder if you knew
That someday I would find this spot,
And come to visit you.
Written by: Walter Butler Palmer
They say that life is fleeting; I know that this is true. I left this world so quickly, with no goodbye to you. I know how much you miss me, your tears fall ever light. The pillow where you lay your head, Is wet with them at night. I know your heart is hurting, the words we left, unsaid. I love you's left unspoken are spinning in your head. The strength that I have carried, that served to make you whole, remains to make you stronger, within your grieving soul. For you see, while you were weeping on the day I passed away, at the gravesite near the flowers where my loved ones knelt to pray. An angel came to see me, she took me by the hand, she led me to a kingdom in a very distant land. As I look down from the heaven, and see you standing there, your heart so ever burdened with more weight than it can bear. I long to bring you comfort, I long to give you peace, I long to hold you closely, cause all your tears to cease. The joy I've found in heaven goes far beyond compare. The love that's so elusive, can be found here everywhere. The light is softly shining, there's no storm clouds here or rain. There's no teardrops found in heaven, there's no suffering, there's no pain. You needn't be so troubled, Stay close to God and pray that someday we'll be together, one bright and glorious day. So my love, you shouldn't question my dear you need not cry I've gone to be with Jesus I really didn't die.
Written by: Marilyn Ferguson
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|jan egger||RE: Lillie Eva Reck Rabenstein # 110831953|
I am having trouble getting responses back from som contributors to link up relatives and I got in trouble for setting up my own memorials before when there were memorials already set up... but enough whinning lol- this is a sister - 136866110
|jan egger||RE: Lillie Eva Reck Rabenstein # 110831953|
Hi - Yes that's her Mother - Anna Maria Margaret Becker - married on 18 Nov 1852 in St Matthew's Lutheran Church,Hanover,York Co,Pa.
|Richard Culler||RE: Barbara Culler|
Thank you for the transfer, and for finding her resting place. Take Care, Richard
|Max||Barbara Olson - Mount Olivet|
Got your message. I will delete my memorial for Barbara Olson as it was entered after another one. You may want to post the pic of her marker to #137417198
Added by Max on Nov 07, 2014 8:01 PM
|Jeff Schneider||Glenn Reese Memorial|
It was a duplicate, posted because of my typo in his birth year. I've deleted the memorial.
Thanks for letting me know
|Larry Crummer||David A Menchey|
Hi Laura, I thought I should send you David's info from his death certificate as well. He was the son of Isaac Menchey, b. Carroll Co, MD, and Caroline Peck, also born Carroll Co, MD. Thanks, Larry
|Larry Crummer||Cecelia C Menchey|
I just sent you an edit for Cecelia that I took from her PA death certificate which states that she was born in 1853, go figure? She was the daughter of William Stone and Margaret Bevard. Thanks,
Several months ago I was having issues with people not responding to requests to add or update memorials. After asking many times I mailed a letter to findagrave. Within weeks everything that I had been trying to do through edits and emails was taken care of through findagrave. Maybe this approach would work for you.
Added by Cheryl on Nov 02, 2014 5:57 PM
|Tangent||RE: Pet Haven Cemetery in Georgia|
I've been following what seems logical given the rules for human memorials.
I'm sure you've seen the following in the FAQ, but in case you haven't:
Can I add a memorial for my pet?
Yes, when we say we want to list the burial locations of everyone, we're not kidding. Pets are an important part of many of our lives and their deaths can be a great loss.
You may want to use your family's last name as the pet's last name, to make it easier to find the memorial at a later date.
If the pet is buried in a pet cemetery, the memorial is listed as such. In the event that the pet was buried in the backyard or other non-cemetery location, please use the Family and Friends form. Select 'other' for burial, and then during step 2 select 'non cemetery burial' and fill in the detailed information.
It doesn't say anything about what to do if the headstone doesn't mention a family name. Therefore, "unknown".
Added by Tangent on Oct 15, 2014 6:18 PM
|Rebecca Lewis||RE: Lewis A. Kohr / Lewis Albert Kohr|
Hi, Yes, Lewis Albert Kohr was my great-grandfather. His daughter, Kathleen, was my grandmother. I was just putting them all together. Bruce Kohr was one of Kathleen's brothers. His mother, Sarah Moul died not long after he was born. Sarah was the mother of all the Kohr children. Lewis married Clara after their mother, Sarah Moul had died and they did not have any children together, though she did raise Bruce since his mother died when he was an infant.
No problem. Thanks.
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