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I enjoy travel and love to visit cemeterys and memorials. My favorite cemetery at present is Scofield City Cemetery, in Carbon Co., Utah. I am called to visit coal mine disaster sites and cemeterys when I travel.|
This from Arleta's page:
"Sometimes God shows us a little glimpse of what He's got in store for us. Then the next thing we know, life comes along and upsets the applecart until it looks like what seemed so perfect at one time couldn't possibly be what the Lord had in mind. We give up on the idea, go on with living, and after time passes, end up getting what we'd one time had our heart set on -- and couldn't manage to get no matter how hard we tried on our own."
When you visit a grave in reality or on Find a Grave (ultimate reality) you bring credence to a persons memory. It isn't a life but it is a thought. In that thought there is life.
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|dar||Have a fun Xmas and New Year...|Added by dar on Dec 23, 2014 7:26 AM
Congrads on the "famous". A flower it shall be...
have a wonderful Christmas in the desert...a few weeks ago we did get 3 days rains...God is good...
Added by dar on Dec 23, 2014 7:25 AM
I would appreciate if you could also transfer my uncle John Bishop (#150615) to my care (#46915890).
Added by CTV on Dec 06, 2014 2:56 PM
I would appreciate if you would transfer my uncle, Arthur Bishop (#150616) to my care (#46915890). I appreciate your help in this matter. Thank you for the articles you posted regarding him. It helped me make the connection.
Added by CTV on Dec 06, 2014 1:20 PM
|Kathy Murray||Lizzie Lloyd daughter of Rees|
I am not a member of the family but doing seperate research and stumbled over information about Rees and Ruth Lloy's next to the last daughter Lizzie. If it is known within the family then don't bother to contact but if this might be news I have the name of the family that adopted her and her marriages and death date.
I am related to a chunk of Carrs myself. Did your family stop in Australia before coming to Utah?
|Megan ||RE: hello Meagan|
You're very welcome. I hope to visit and leave more flowers soon.
Added by Megan on Oct 26, 2014 4:00 PM
I want to tell you that I'm so sorry for the loss of your beautiful cat Oreo. I just fell in love with him. I lost all three of my cats in a space of 2 years. My two girls last year (Sheba & Misty) 30 days apart. They were up there in age. Misty at 20 yrs old and Sheba just under 17 yrs. But I made their memorials on here and talk to them daily which gives me comfort.
I hope you don't mind if I put Oreo's name on my bio page so other animal lovers will visit your precious Oreo. I bet he will steal their hearts too like he did mine.
I know all our critters are looking down upon us and watching every move. But one day we'll all be united as a family when it's our time.
Added by Joyce on Oct 21, 2014 10:19 PM
I just left a message for your beloved cat Oreo. I know how hard it is to lose a pet companion--sometimes they are more nicer and compassionate than humans.
We'll visit Oreo one fine day at Rainbow Bridge in Heaven--which I'm positive does exist--because I have about 1,001 sweet animals waiting to greet me when I get to Heaven.
Added by Mary on Oct 18, 2014 9:19 PM
Sorry for the lost of Oreo.. a beautiful cat.
Added by dar on Oct 17, 2014 10:37 PM
|Bill Norman||Klondyke Cemetery|
I am writing about the photos you took and posted for the Klondyke Cemetery in Graham County, Arizona, and I am wondering if you also took photos of individual headstones while you were there. Specifically I am interested in Joseph Gosnold Bleak, Memorial #68671631. If you do have a photo of Mr. Bleak's headstone, would you be willing to post it on his memorial? If you do not have an individual photo, do you ever plan on going back to the cemetery?
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