|Close Friend (#46575796)|
| || member for 10 years, 7 months, 14 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
Women's history and our family history is a strong passion. I am interested in the lives of people like my Nana, my Mom, my sister, and my Aunt Lillian - the lesser known women, working women, and the spaces they create, enjoy, work in and live in. I also enjoy unusual cemetaries, unique gravesites with an artful touch, history with a sense of humor and/or a bit of mystery.|
|Messages left for Close Friend (7)||[Leave Message]|
|Not a Thief||43006464|
If you remove the general cemetery pictures, I have one of the small stone that reads Linnet, and a clearer picture of the larger stone.
|Big Ern||Jack Rose|
Thank you for taking a picture of his headstone. I haven't been to West Laurel Hill in awhile but it is an amazing cemetery. I have spent many hours taking pictures and looking around there.
Added by Big Ern on Jul 23, 2012 1:42 AM
|Kimberly ||Lydia Minshall - Haverford|
Many thanks for taking this posting. I appreciate your time - Kimberly
Added by Kimberly on May 29, 2012 5:20 PM
|Dwayne Hawpe||RE: Robert S. Taylor III|
I got lucky that day and the person that took the photos also took RST III. Here is where you can find an obit maybe if you can research it further. I'm in Arizona and can't find anymore on line.
Web: Newport News, Virginia, Daily Press Obituary Index, 1898-1988
about Robert S Taylor
Name: Robert S Taylor
Publication Date: 19 Mar 1975
Publication Place: Newport News, Warwick, Virginia, United States of America
Death Date: Abt 1975
|SactoGranny||Hello from a relative?|
Hello, my name is Nancy. I am the daughter of Arden Allen (who was Robert Allen when he married my mother, Patricia, around 1948). My mother always told me that my father had been married before and had a daughter. I have hoped I would one day find her. If you are interested in contacting me, I would love for us to get acquainted.
|joeyb5980||Joey B. from WV|
Hi! I found you! Judy, right? It was such a nice coincidence to run into someone with the same unlikely interest! What are the odds? Good luck to you in your historical endeavors.... Nice to meet you!
|Someone Who Cares...||Compliment|
How very nice of you to leave such a nice, telling bit-of-information at the FIND A GRAVE site of Edwin Forrest. I was untutored as to his history -- and who ever wrote him up for the site, did him a huge injustice.