My name is Cindy M. My father Verlin Anderson passed away recently. If you have a moment to visit his memorial, it would be appreciated. Our little girl Goldie left us to go to the Rainbow Bridge. The heart has gone out of our home. Please visit her memorial if you have a moment and thank you. Thank you to all who have left flowers and notes for my Mother and family, you'll never know how much it means to me. Mary Lou Anderson I would be happy to turn over memorial management of those my husband and I are not related to or only distantly related, if you are more closely related. Please email me or post a message if you wish to assume management.
Verlin B. Anderson Is Verlin B. A. still living? I am looking for descendants of Wisconsin Pioneers: Jesse and Edgar MEACHAM. R.I.P. - after the demise of Edgar Meacham (1818-1856), his wife (Sara J. Mason) became the 2nd wife of Sewall Andrews - and thereby, a (step) 4th-Great-Grand-Aunt (by marriage) to my son (b.1998). That occurred in-as-much-as, Sarah Resseguie-Andrews (Sewall's 1st-wife), was a sister to Jane Resseguie-VanValin, my son's 4th-Great-Grand-Mother. In 1835, Maj. Jesse Meacham (Edgar's Uncle, and adoptive father - following the death of your 3x-Great-Grand-Father, James Meacham, 1787-18??), traveled inland, with Sewall Andrews, Adolphus Spoor, and Milo Jones - together, the men pioneered "Quisconsin Territory" (as they scouted-out the virgin lands of: Milwaukee, Waukesha, Walworth, and Rock counties, WI.). All four men settled in the area surrounding Mukwonago, WI. (which was a Potawatomi Indian village at the time). I've written a biography about Sewall Andrews, and have begun another about Jesse Meacham and his nephew, Edgar Meacham (as historical works). Here's the [link] to the BIO:
RE: I can't read and I admit it! Not to worry. Sending you the uncropped, unlettered versions via your e-mail. Got them today because I have a new car and will take any excuse to drive it. Glad to help. You're most welcome. cb