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9/13/2011 Well it is a sad day at my house. My cemetery buddy is now herding cows in Heaven. She passed away in my arms with my voice being the last she heard. She was my best friend, my grave marker and the best cemetery hopping buddy that any one could have. She will be missed. (tear)|
Rest In Peace, Sweetie!
My Daddy dug graves for the City of West Plains, Missouri for many years and he has passed his love of cemeteries on to me. I just love to walk cemeteries, and Sweetie goes with me!
If you see any info that is not correct, or you would like changed, please let me know. I try to get things right, but sometimes I mess up!
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|Shannon Gaydash||AL Dean's grave site|
My name is Shannon (Dean) Gaydash. AL Dean is my father. Please, Please change his name back to AL. His name was NOT Alonzo. If I had to guess, I would bet you heard that name from my Aunt Frances Dean who worked tirelessly as a volunteer for the cemetery. This is, however, inaccurate. I have birth certificate and military records and, of course, this is my father. I am a member of Find A Grave and would happily take over both my father and mother's(Donna Whiteside Dean) site. Thank you in advance.
|Shannon Gaydash||AL Dean's grave site|
|deanna french||Dougkas Co. Mo.Edward Cudworth|
May I use the monument photo that you contributed to the Find A Grave Memorial for Edward Cudworth, to be posted on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
I have a memorial for Eugene Henry Gobel/ Goebel but is newer than yours. Please add this information to his memorial:
Birth: Oct. 5, 1880
Death: Aug. 8, 1958
s/o Fred and Anna (Hummekins) Goebel
Eugene H. Goebel, a retired farmer in West Plains, died Friday in St.John's Hospital.
The rosary will be said 7pm Sunday in the Burns Chapel, Willow Springs. Services will be 10am Monday in the St. Joseph Catholic Church with Msgr Bauer officiating.
Burial will be in the church cemetery.
Survivors are three sons, Frank of Oakland, MO, Leo of Middletown, PA, and Mark of Seal Beach, CA; five daughters, Mrs. Gus Ramseur of West Plains, Mrs. Arthur Webb of Mtn. View, Mrs. George Payne of Old Monroe, Mrs. Wayne Warbington of Anaheim, CA,and Mrs. Ralph Harris of West Plains; three brothers and sisters; 26 grandchildren.
I would be glad to transfer the memorial to you and they can be merged. You are welcomed to managment.
Added by JD Day on Aug 09, 2016 4:44 PM
|Chris J||Pauly Fuller 16370289|
Virginia, In downloading my photos of Bennett Chapel I came across one of your photos down loaded on both Polly Fuller and Pauley Fuller. I have downloaded the one I have for Pauly and sent in edits to Jean that he is a Son of.. not the Daughter of.. Could you please delete your photo on memorial # 16370289. Thank you, Chris J.
Added by Chris J on Aug 06, 2016 3:41 AM
|OKIEGENIE||Elijah & Elisha Callahan|
Would you please transfer The Twins Elijah and Elisha Callahan to me? They are part of husband's family. Thank you.
|Barry Hood||Herman Otto Story Transfer|
Thank you so much for what you did for me.
I appreciate the transfer and will make the
change. Lynn was my Aunt so I just wanted to make
the correction since she didn't have a son by that name.
You did a great job and like you, I love visiting cemeteries and taking pictures too.
I hope you are doing well and I will be thinking of you and Sweetie.. :)
|Barry Hood||Edit -Herman Otto Story|
I'm Barry from Birmingham, AL.
I just located my Aunt and Uncle,
Lynn and Everett Cooper who moved to Ohio many years ago to make their home. They lived and died in the Fremont area and are buried
in Greenwood Cemetery. A very nice lady named
Judy who listed them transferred their memorials to me since Lynn was my Mother's sister.
I noticed that Herman Otto Story is listed as her
son. I know that is not correct and wanted to ask you to edit and remove his name from her memorial. His ID# is 23959645.
Lynn Cooper -ID# 116100858
Everett Cooper -ID# 116100872
My Aunt Lynn was born in 1920 and it
indicates that Mr. Story was born in 1912.
Anyway, if you would correct this for me I would be so grateful to you. And in reading your bio, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your sweet dog. I have been through that and I certainly understand the loss.
Thank you so much.
I hope this finds you well.
Member ID# 46792668
You are welcome. Pets are the greatest! All they want is our love........
Added by Kin4Pat on Feb 24, 2016 9:26 PM
|Linda Cooksey McAninch||Thanks|
For William Mc's memorial appreciate having it and all the pictures you take of the Cemeterys
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