|Rose Ford (#46786312)|
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|Colleen Williams Curran||Thank you!|
Hello Rose, thank you for transferring my great-grandfather's memorial to me. I appreciate the time you spent in creating and caring for his page.
|The Village Idiot||Grave of Earl Vincent Ivory Jr.|
Dear Rose: I was looking over the information you have on my parents graves and it's all accurate except for one little bit. Yes, their postal address was Fostoria but, they lived in Lapeer County not Tuscola. Yeah,... I know,... not trying to be petty, just accurate. Also to make things even more complicated, they had a Columbiaville phone and us kids went to school in North Branch though we could have just as easily gone Lakeville. We just lived in lived a little weird spot of the county. Thanks for all you do.
Regards, Bill Ivory
|KDQ||Working On Forest Lawn In Omaha|
I ran across an article in the Omaha Daily Bee dated August 14th, 1913 that was about the three sons of Lillian Burkland who died in a fire (Find A Grave Memorial# 123991886).
The three sons ages 3 months, 2 years, and 6 years were heartlessly advertised in the newspaper as up for fostering or adoption.
Even though two aunts and their father were seeking custody of the boys a Judge Crawford chose to give legal guardianship to a Miss Esther Johnson who promptly chose to advertise the children in the newspaper in their "best interest".
Here is a link to the Omaha Daily Bee story as found in the Library of Congress Archives: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn99021999/1913-08-14/ed-1/seq-12/
I didn't want to copy and post the photo of the article in case there was some type of copyright issue.
I saw that you had given Lillian two sons and I wondered what happened to the third.
Added by KDQ on May 08, 2015 1:27 PM
|Donna M Stefani||Cora Ford|
Hi, My name is Donna Stefani. I see that you hold several memorials of her family members, & have the same last name as Cora, the woman I'm trying to locate living relatives for in reference to her unclaimed ashes. Are you related? I have recently updated a memorial on Find-A-Grave.com. Here’s the URL: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=119924840
The memorial provides a death certificate if available, a short biography and information about the location of the ashes. The cremains are being held at the Oregon State Hospital and can still be claimed by a relative - no matter how distant. I have an interest in those who died at an Oregon institution and whose cremains have not yet been taken by the family. My hope is to let relatives know where the cremains are now in case they would like to claim them. The link to the state department in charge of the cremains is http://www.oregon.gov/oha/amh/osh/pages/cremains.aspx
On YouTube there is a trailer for a documentary video that explains the situation with the ashes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E95cb54tG9w
Please let me know if you have an questions or would like help claiming the cremains.
|June Ford||naomi Ford|
Thank you for the transfer, I hope I can get some things on there soon.
|June Ford||naomi ford #15050805|
Naomi Ford is my mother-in-law. I'd appreciate it if you would transfer her memorial to me. Thanks!
|June Ford||Ernest Lee Ford #15050819|
Thank you, I'd like the transfer. Now I'm going to need to become more proficient in this process!
|June Ford||Ernest Lee Ford #15050819|
This is my father in law, and you should know that his parents were William Marion Ford and Dollie Wilson; they are all buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Cass County, Missouri. It is interesting to see a Stillwell mentioned, since his wife Naomi had Stillwell grandparents - but in Missouri by way of KY. I wonder if you are related although I don't see evidence, and would be pleased to exchange info.
|Anom||RE: Dovie and Louanna Walker|
Hello again. I couldn't find the article on the AJC archives which is surprising since it is a Celestine Sibley article. But calculating from Louanna's admission that she is 73, the article is from 1955. Isn't that great?
Added by Anom on Mar 22, 2015 2:36 PM
|Anom||Dovie and Louanna Walker|
Hello. The max photo upload is five. I have an article I would like to post or send in case anyone in interested. It is written by Celestine Sibley about the Sister's lives as wool weavers.
Added by Anom on Mar 21, 2015 4:51 PM
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