|L Pritchett (#46847179)|
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Comments, corrections, or questions are always welcome. Everyone deserves to be remembered - and correctly! We strive to make everyone's tribute right, so if you see error, please let us know.|
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Remembering U.S. Veterans:
Hugh C. Caldwell, Texas, US Calvary 1850s
Charles W. Caton, Massachusetts, US Coast Guard 1930s
Carl E. Wilson, Idaho, US Army 1950s
Conrad Heyer, 1st German-American child born in Lincoln County, Maine, American Revolutionary War
James Hill (Heil) Walker, Iowa, Civil War
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The Azores Connection
Ancestry.com (public trees)
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|Dee Schofield||Mollie Elizabeth Schofield|
I have just found a tribute to my late Mother-in-Law (above)who died in 2009. I noticed that the surname was spelt incorrectly (Shofield). I would really appreciate it if this could be changed as I found the tribute really touching, but it was tainted by the mis spelling.
|B. C. B. : :=)||RE: Brandon Crisp|
I am always looking for the "Crisp" family. I have a distant cousin that married a "John Crisp". I found her father and mother and his, but not them yet.
|Joyce Lawrence||Naomi Winifred Reddert|
According to a friend of Naomi's, she is not deceased in 2011, but my friend talked to her just last month. We would like your comments. Thank you.
|Elizabeth Kaeton||RE: title correction|
Thank you for taking care of that detail.
My great grandfather spelled his name Caetano. When my grandfather came to this country - via Boston - he said the nice Irish man spelled it Kaeton. No one can figure out why, exactly. It got changed to Caton and then somewhere along the line (probably when my grandfather learned enough English to understand and speak), he said that my grandfather's name was Caetano Souza, so the name was legally changed to Souza.
By then, four children had been born Kaeton and had their names legally changed to Souza, but many, like my father, went by Caton Souza. Gotta love this country's immigration system (Not!). It's been broken for a long, long time.
My father's people are from the Azores: Ribera Grande and Pico. My mother's people are from Azores (same islands) as well as Lisbon and Coimbra and some from up north in Porto.
It's a small world, after all.
|Elizabeth Kaeton||Lydia Lima Medeiros Souza|
In my mother's obituary, I would like to be listed as Dr. Elizabeth Kaeton, as my sister Diane is listed with her title. Neither of my other two siblings have titles. I had my doctorate at the time of her death. My mother was very proud that two of her children had earned doctorates. I'd like to make sure she continues to smile from heaven.
|Rita Nicholson||RE: Thank you: Correcting and Updating|
Wow, what a wonderful thing to say about me. Your kindness is welcome and appreciated. At the time, I felt too shy and awkward to think anything positive about myself. Funny, how teenage self-analysis can be so warped. Thank you. I am certain you have always been beautiful inside and out and you commitment to this site proves it.
It would be a great honor to have the transfer made. I have been very busy on gathering our family history for future family members to see and it is my hope to have it completed before I too join those that have passed.
It would be great to keep in touch. I don't often get other to Wallace, but when I do, it would be great to have coffee and a chat.
Warmest wishes always,
|AnnieDuckettHundley||RE: Alice Castleberry Wolfinger|
You are most welcome, love all your forms of "thank you." You're adorable!
|Smontee||RE: Darrell Stephens|
Thank you so much. I really appreciate your very nice note!
Added by Smontee on Mar 11, 2013 9:54 PM
|Edie Bisbee||Lucy Ann Oliver Hatch|
I found this site quite by accident and was amazed to see the photo you posted of Lucy Ann Oliver Hatch, who was my great, great grandmother. This is very exciting! Would it be possible to get a copy of it? Please let me know how I might go about that.
Are you a member of Ancestry.com? I have found quite a bit of family information there. If so, I'd enjoy sharing my family tree with you.
|Marie Gerdeman||Emma Caton Flint|
I've been researching my half-sisters family, and Emma is her grandmother. Emma was married to Lewis Flint, and they divorced, he didn't die. They both remarried. He married Anna Jones Wilson. Do you know who Emma married? The info you have on Emma's mother and father is somewhat the same as I got from another source. The parents of Manuel were not listed and Ida's parents were differant. Perhaps the other source got it wrong. Any info you have or I can give to you, please let me know. Thank you and reagards,
Marie Gerdeman e-mail: email@example.com
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