|Frances Cope (#46934860)|
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|The majority of my research is long distance and Find a Grave enabled me to obtain information otherwise unavailable to me. The generosity of others, adding memorials and photos, resulted in my decision to become a volunteer.|
Any photo I have posted on FindaGrave is intended to be used. Please feel free to use these photos in the documentation of your family.
If I have made any error(s) in transcribing information, typos or otherwise, please kindly let me know. I make every effort to correct errors promptly.
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|Southern Man||RE: James Olley|
Yes, you use the photo.
|virginia paz||133508023 Paz A Castro|
Please transfer the above find a grave memorial so that additional information can be added to this individual. I request to MAINTAIN this site. Thanks I am virginia paz#47512072
|Lorinda Mann||Emma Peglow|
I would appreciate your help in adding Emma Peglow to the children of the following:
Albert Becker: Memorial #91289094
Heilke Becker: Memorial #91299774
Emma was my father's sister. I would also like you to add the following obituary.
ETERBOROUGH - Emma (Becker) Peglow passed away peacefully at Summerhill Assisted Living on Saturday, October 11, 2014, in the early evening. She will be missed by many, but has gone on to a better place of rest in the arms of the Lord. She did not make it to 100, but was close. She would have been 99 this year and was long overdue for her reward in heaven.
Emma was born on November 24, 1915, in Clara City, Minnesota. One of her favorite expressions was, "I arrived just in time for lunch and haven't missed a meal since." Emma was the third of 10 children born to Albert and Heilke (Dannen) Becker.
Clara City is a small farming community and Emma attended a one- room country school house for eight years. She loved school and history was one of her favorite subjects. She enjoyed reading books about history throughout her life.
She met Walter Peglow at a Fourth of July picnic and several years later they were married on September 25, 1935. The union was blessed with two children; Luverne Peglow and Carol (Peglow) Farnham.
Emma and Walter made the decision in 1942 to better their life and moved the family to California. Walter became an overhead crane operator for a local steel company. Emma worked at various small manufacturing shops. Walter and Emma were active in their church and for many years enjoyed bowling.
Walter passed away in October, 1988. Emma kept busy with enjoying her grandchildren, church activities and hobbies of crocheting, embroidery, and plastic craft. Over the years she made many doilies, pot holders, blankets, decorative items, tissue box covers, dish towels, pillow cases and the like for family and friends.
In 2004 Emma moved to New Hampshire with her daughter Carol and son-in-law Bradley and shortly thereafter became a resident of Summerhill Assisted Living.
She is survived by her son, Luverne (Annette) Peglow of Golden Valley, Ariz., daughter Carol (Bradley) Farnham of Peterborough; four grandchildren – David (Kimberly) Farnham of Amherst, Shannon Stagg of Centreville, Md., Timothy Peglow of Tustin, Calif., Laura Peglow of Tustin,Calif.; seven great-grandchildren – Faith Farnham, Emma Farnham, Wiley Stagg, Braden Stagg, Samantha Vaughan, Chance Wilder, Madison Wilder; sister, Cora Heller of Port Charlotte, Fla. and brother, George Becker of Clara City, Minn.; plus numerous nieces and nephews.
A visiting hour will be held at Jellison Funeral Home, 25 Concord Street, Peterborough on Sunday, October 19, 2014 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Final internment will be at Rose Hills Cemetery in Whittier, California.
Thank you for your help. Lorinda Mann
|Julie McCauley||Find A Grave Memorial# 95787311|
Thank you for the work you have shared with us all!
|Jan Goodin||Headstone pictures|
Thanks for sharing freely the headstone pictures of our loved ones and family
|Duke Fuller||Margaret Steel|
Hi Frances. Please delete old/incomplete
photo of Margaret Steel (94550704). Thank you for all you do! Duke
|Diane Vinson-Childers||Steele Photos|
Thank you so much for your time and effort. Great photos. I will tell the family. They moved to Kansas. Have a great day! Diane
|Michael Spier||Haskell L. Jewell Sr.|
Frances, Thanks for all of your good work. I have noticed that your entry for Haskell L. Jewell Sr. has a typo. Your entry indicates that he was born in 1920, when his grave marker indicates 1910.
|Donna Jones||Mildred Jones|
Thank you for the photo of Mildreds' grave marker. I appreciate it very much. Donna
|Duke Fuller||William Ruark|
Can you please delete outdated picture for
memorial 94546288? thank you!!!
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