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"Grandchildren are the dots that connect the lines from generation to generation." Lois Wyse (20th century)|
"Life is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset. What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others." S Pierce in memorial of "Woody" and Wilda Woodward.
I am a grandmother picking up the genealogy work started by my father, mother and uncle. Now, I am combining and elaborating on this work, linking my family genealogy (ancestors and descendents) and adding memorials for family and friends.
I assisted with the Centennial Chapter NSDAR project of photographing the headstones in Weld County Colorado. http://www.coloradodar.org/chapters/centennialstate/cemeteries.html
If you have family whose memorials I manage, I will be glad to transfer these to you. If you want to copy any of the photos I have posted, feel free to as long is it is not used for commercial purposes.
"Upon my death I authorize any of my memorials to be transferred to any FAG contributor as they are requested."
[Thanks to FAG volunteer 47283828 for this statement on their contributor page]
"If ever there is tomorrow when we're not together... there is something you must always remember. you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. but the most important thing is, even if we're apart... I'll always be with you."
~from Winnie the Pooh
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|Kaye Finan Brown||Patricia Kreller|
Thank you for transferring her memorial to me. She is distantly related. Her grandparents are buried in a little cemetery in Blaine, Kansas. My cousin and I are working on a directory for the cemetery grounds and in the process, trying to update Find A Grave with family links to all the souls buried in Blaine. Good luck with your project too.
|katsand||RE: William Yeager 1921|
No relation. There was a photo request for one of the other infants, I just labelled all six.
Added by katsand on Jun 24, 2016 10:13 PM
|Robert Copeland||RE: Sam, Theresa and Amelia Saracino|
The best looking photo of the Saracino stone (when blown up to full size, i.e. click twice) is the one for Sam's memorial. Amelia's is somewhat cropped and therefore a bit more distinct. However, if you would prefer the uncropped photo, let me know. Or I could place both on the memorials.
|Grave Digger||RE: Mary Lou Leonard|
I have confirmed with a niece that Mary Lou Leonard is still living - she will be celebrating her 90th b-day in a couple of months. I believe the Mary you are referring to is Mary Louise Leonard. With regards to Mary Lou Leonard, "Lou" is not an abbreviation.
|Grave Digger||RE: Mary Lou Leonard|
I very recently met a member of this "Leonard" family line... I' ll get back to you.
|Grave Digger||RE: Guy Leonard|
Hi there. No need to transfer. Guy is a distant relative (2nd cousin, 1x removed) - I just happen to be researching this branch of my FT.
|Leon Barton||RE: Bessie Smith|
If you would like to add some info to the memorial, just let me know.
|Leon Barton||Bessie Smith|
I am sorry but I don't know if Bessie Smith married to Conrad Smith is the one you are looking for. Good luck to you.
|Kathy Leach||RE: Carol H Carter|
Thank you for the offer. I sent a request.
I am looking for his parents' burial place in Boise but can't find it. His mother Frances died in 1994 and his father Randolph died in 1959. If you happen to see them anywhere, please let me know.
|Sue Ann Harfst||RE: Marie Casey|
You are very welcome. I am always struck by the wonderful things that people have on their markers, to represent them for all time. I particularly liked that one.
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