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charla hancuff (#47456433)
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Have been blessed with a wonderful family. A love of Genealogy and family history has been part of my life always. I'm so appreciative of the Find A Grave site...the verification of my ancestors lives with dates, places, photos, family links and stories. Keep up this great work. Thanks to all who've helped. I'd love to help now too.
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Michael R Miller
RE: Harry Aurandt

You're welcome, glad I could do it for you!

Added by Michael R Miller on May 21, 2016 1:54 PM
Albert Ledoux
RE: Hancuff photos
Actually, there's more to the story. I photographed all the Union Cemetery 2-3 years ago, with an earlier camera that didn't give the same results as the one I use now. So as soon as the snow cleared away and I got a crystal-clear blue sky, I headed out there again with my current camera. This was a couple of weeks ago. As you can see, Lucinda and Isaac's stone is so worn that, if the sun isn't in exactly the right spot in the sky, the stone looks to be worn flat. That must have been the case when I did the cemetery earlier, because I didn't come away with a photo of their stone. This time, though, it was different. The weather, the sun, and the timing lined up perfectly. You might say that the sun (and the Good Lord) smiled on your request.

Father Al Ledoux
Added by Albert Ledoux on Apr 28, 2016 2:03 PM
Albert Ledoux
RE: Hancuff photos
I'm actually the Catholic priest here in Gallitzin, and visiting cemeteries with the camera is something I love to do. Gotta do our best for the dear departed, after all!

Father Al Ledoux
Gallitzin, PA
Added by Albert Ledoux on Apr 28, 2016 1:39 PM
Alma Kyger
RE: Frank Lesueur
My sister met James Le Sueur's son in the desert book store while looking up James's experience that was written in the book "Life Everlasting." The James LeSueur Spirit World Experience Google it if you haven't read it already.
Compiled by Glen W. Chapman- September 2001 Yes it was Frank who was on a mission. :O) He was killed by outlaws. James had an out of body experience and it is written in this book. Our mother shared this experience with people who came to learn how to do genealogy at church. She taught many genealogy classes and always printed a copy to share with the class members of James's experience. Alison was pondering and praying about it and when in the Desert Book Store in Phoenix, AZ after returning home, she went into the Desert Book Store near where she lived and was looking for "Life Everlasting to read the experience again. Warren Le Sueur came into the store came right down her isle and she asked the stranger if she knew this book. He said as a matter of fact I do. Maxine his wife was next door getting flowers Alison later found out when we met Maxine for lunch years after Warrens passing. Maxine shared with us the pictures of James his brother Frank and Jennie who was later sealed. Heavenly Father answered Alison's prayers. You could imagine what my mothers thoughts were and they were that it was no coincidence. :O)

Added by Alma Kyger on Feb 27, 2016 2:38 PM
Brian J. Ensley
RE: palmer grave
You're very welcome- always glad to help!
Added by Brian J. Ensley on Oct 09, 2015 6:33 AM
Brian J. Ensley
RE: Charles Tomb
I was in Logan, Ogden, Bountiful, and SLC (I think it was a little street named Nevada St.)
Added by Brian J. Ensley on Jul 31, 2015 3:10 AM
Brian J. Ensley
RE: Charles Tomb
I was just wondering. Of all the places to be called for a Mission, it was the Salt Lake City North Mission back in the mid-80's. Beautiful State!
Added by Brian J. Ensley on Jul 30, 2015 6:06 PM
Brian J. Ensley
RE: Charles Tomb
You're very welcome- glad I could help! Are you from UT by chance?
Added by Brian J. Ensley on Jul 30, 2015 3:00 AM
RE: Hancuff grave
Thank you!
Added by KUfan on Apr 26, 2015 10:42 AM
Thomas Mick
RE: Chase & Rentfro headstones
You're welcome. Glad I could help. They are buried next to each other. If you click on the coordinates listed in the plot section, it will show you the location in Google maps.
Added by Thomas Mick on Feb 11, 2015 3:52 PM
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