|Reverend Larry (#47563154)|
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The Tombstone Project has been launched. We are looking for Donations for headstones for Unmarked Graves! www.stillygen.org |
I am happy to tell all that the Oso slide missed me by 100'. My house did get flooded with 6' of water and I have found a new home. Take a look at the photo section of Larry Taylor's Facebook page (from Arlington, Washington) to see around my home minutes after the slide.
Many Blessings to all those we have lost.
Thank You to all those that have helped.
Love, Larry Taylor
I live in Snohomish County, Washington. I have joined the "Quest" to Photograph every headstone in the County. I am pleased and proud to say I have 10 or more individuals that have joined with me to achieve this "Quest!" Many Blessings to the "Quest" Team.
I am also looking to find my family. The Taylor clan originally came from Virginia (Possibly West Virginia 1700's). Settled in California (1850's) and then moved to Oregon (1870's) near Stayton and Sublimity. Looking for Dull, Lund, Cota, Fincher, Ledgerwood, and Taylor. I am a Vietnam Veteran and have a special spot in my heart for all Vets. USMC, 1967 to 1969.
You are welcome to use the photos I place on the site. You need not get my permission. Feel free to contact me if you need my assistance.
I am a member of the Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society in Arlington, WA. I am working with Leilani Lucrisia on the Arlington Cemetery and other local cemeteries.
I am also a member of the Marysville Historical Society and we have completed the Marysville Cemetery with the assistance of Larry Rankin and Carmen Stoops.
Currently taking pictures at GAR in Snohomish, Evergreen in Everett and Floral Hills in Lynnwood. We have about 30,000 pictures to take and upload. 09/1/2013.
Contact www.stillygen.org for more information or to obtain an obituary for the local area (Snohomish County, Washington).
To Lindsey Allen (1991-1998) My birthday Twin.
Take my hand Lindsey. Walk with me. Be that small voice in my ear to make me a better Christ. Help me bring Heaven to Earth. The Age of Aquarius, the Fourth Dimension, the end of what we call Death. Dance about me as mankind realizes his and her Godliness.
Take my hand Lindsey. Walk with me. Be that small voice in my ear to remind me to love everyone, everywhere.
Take my hand Lindsey. Walk with me. Lead me to your parents, let us heal the void in their Hearts.
Take my hand Lindsey. For you and I have a foot in Water and a foot in Fire. We dance upon the Earth and breath the Air of life. We understand the connection to the Sun and the Moon and the Earth and the Air. We speak the emotional language of the creator. I see us standing before God, being the channel of Love, to life on Earth and reflecting back to God.
Take my hand Lindsey, for we can do this!
Blessings to you and your Families.
Rev. Larry Taylor (July 21)
Blessings to all our brothers and sisters throughout this Universe!
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|Carolyn Troupe Stoll||Grace Nichols|
Thank you for some help. and photo request.
|Carolyn Troupe Stoll||Grace Dickerson June Chapel,Nicholes|
Grace b. 1868 D 1952 Everett, Snohomish Wash.
Husband Augustus S. Nichols b.1860 D.1918
You did his memorial. Do you know where his wife is buried or could find out for me?
Thank you for any help.
|m hendriksen||RE: Picture|
Sorry there was no stone to find. Glad I could at least show the area. Martha
|Melva "Jo" Wright||RE: Hello Cousin!|
Hi Cuz, So nice to hear from you. Isn't it fulfilling to find a famous relative? Makes our work worth while. I have a Mayflower connection with John & Priscilla Alden. Through them I am related to Pres. Abraham Lincoln, The Pres's Adams, Marilyn Monroe, Orson Wells, the VanDyke Bros, Ricky Nelson, & Julia Child. Have you checked to see if you have a connection? Glad to hear you found something to keep you out of trouble. Sounds fun. My kids have gone with me to cemeteries to take photos of headstones in our area. My Grandkids even enjoy it. My granddaughter took a selfie once & did a Miley Cyrus tongue pose with headstones in the background. LOL I have found alot of Putmans here of late. This hobby never ends, does it? Thank you back for all that you contribute to our trees. We ROCK! =)
|Marilyn Andersen||Jennie Gregory|
Thanks a heap for the transfer. Keep up the good work. You are awesome. M.Andersen
|Karen Seekatz||Yelena Zyshlyy - Nelms|
Thank you so much for the photo of Yelena's memorial. It is beautiful!
|Garry Piiparinen||RE: Otto Ledgerwood|
Otto Samuel Ledgerwood passed away at Evanston Regional Hospital on Feb. 4, 2008. He was born on April 7, 1927, in Birch Tree, Miss., to Samuel Hezekiah Ledgerwood and Cassie Lavada (Ramsey) Ledgerwood. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, Regina (Butchie) Ledgerwood, a sister, Ruth Bay, a brother, Paul Ledgerwood, and a daughter, Janice Walston.
He is survived by daughters, Rosemary Smith and husband Sonny, Linda Noblitt and partner Kelli Wells, Jackie Vance and husband James, Janet Sessions and husband Randy, Kathy Groth and husband Richard, Nancy Slaugh and husband Rick, 12 grandsons, 8 granddaughters, and 22 great-grandchildren.
Otto was a United States Army Veteran who served his country during the allied occupation of Korea, where he learned his lifelong career of over-the-road truck-driving. He retired from Time-DC Trucking Company in the late 1970s. After Otto retired from over- the-road truck driving, he went to work for Trashmaster in Evanston until his final retirement.
Whenever asked about going to heaven, Otto would say, “John 3:16 and that’s all there is.” He loved country music and he loved playing his guitar and singing country songs. Otto was also an avid outdoorsman. He loved fishing, hunting, target shooting, camping and boating as well as an occasional picnic in the High Uintas. Otto had a special love and compassion for children and for dogs, especially “misfit” dogs.
Otto was a great handyman, able to repair just about anything, and he loved the challenge of building something new. He was a great dad, grandfather, and was a good and loyal friend. Otto was a very honest man in his dealings and conversations; he was a man of high integrity. He was dearly loved by his daughters and family who will miss him tremendously.
Otto was a fantastic comic and humorous storyteller. This is why the children loved him so much as well. He could cause anyone to share a laugh with him.
A celebration of his life will be on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2008, at the Evanston Baptist Church at 744 Center Street at 10 a.m..
John 3:16 “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”
Arrangements are under the direction of Crandall Funeral Home of Evanston.
|Ozarkcheryl||Cecil and Edna Mae Fisch|
My deepest appreciation to you and Sandy for all you are doing to help me find my Fisch family relatives in Washington. I have literally gone from zero information to obituaries from Bill Blandin, cemetery locations and photos in 24 hours. I am blown away by your support and service. Mike Heinrich (OZARKCHERYL)
|Nancy Y Parker||RE: Tathams|
Thank you so much for the edits and transfers. I have not yet started working on the Buchanan/Tatham branch of my tree, but it is a good bet that they are extended family. I will contact you when I am able to link them.
Dear Reverend Larry,
Thank-you for helping me link this family together. I also have a maternal Taylor line from Missouri via Kentucky.
Keep up the good work and thank-you.....again.
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