|Gracie's Grammy (#46792132)|
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It is important that we remember those who have lived before us for they have, in many ways, prepared us for who we are today.|
Family names Lark, Dee, Heiman, Housman, Loper.
I have a very special spot in my heart for veterans and members of law enforcement. I believe it is important to support our police officers and troops. Where would we be without them?
I believe every memorial should have a virtual flower. When I see one without, I add one; it's an honor to leave my respects. That person was once loved and cherished by someone, somewhere.
Feel free to use any photos. Please do not post death certificates on the memorials.
THE CEMETERY PHOTOGRAPHER
Wandering among the stones I see
The stones so weathered and worn
‘Tis difficult to find the date
On which the babe was born
I stare at the stone and am struck with awe
At the life that I knew was gone
This was someone's child, a babe so sweet
With loved ones to carry on
So I take a photo for all to see
For the family that remains
An everlasting memory of
A child of God's domain
I brush the weeds back from the stone
And say a silent prayer
For the babes that had no chance to live
And for mothers everywhere
The dove calls out it's mourning song
Among the stones so still
Echoes of the woes, through time
The choirs of despair
The stone will someday perish
The flowers will be gone
But a photo now remains of this
Their memory lives on!
And so my friend, don't hesitate
To film the weathered stone
Those who live within your hearts
Are never truly gone
THE RECORDING OF A CEMETERY
BY THELMA GREENE REAGAN
Today we walked where others walked
On a lonely, windswept hill;
Today we talked where other cried
For Loved Ones whose lives are stilled.
Today our hearts were touched
By graves of tiny babies;
Snatched from the arms of loving kin,
In the heartbreak of the ages.
Today we saw where the grandparents lay
In the last sleep of their time;
Lying under the trees and clouds -
Their beds kissed by the sun and wind.
Today we wondered about an unmarked spot;
Who lies beneath this hollowed ground?
Was it a babe, child, young or old?
No indication could be found.
Today we saw where Mom and Dad lay.
We had been here once before
On a day we'd all like to forget,
But will remember forever more.
Today we recorded for kith and kin
The graves of ancestors past;
To be preserved for generations hence,
A record we hope will last.
Cherish it, my friend; preserve it, my friend,
For stones sometimes crumble to dust
And generations of folks yet to come
Will be grateful for your trust.
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|Tom Jenkins||Lloyd T Jenkins # 81325812|
Thank you for the photo. I know how big that cemetery is and I am really happy you got it.
|Sharon Rogers-Fabris||Dolores M. Hoelter Kurtz|
Thank you so much for the photo.
|Susan Renfro Anderson||John Adam Wiegand|
Yes, his death certificate shows his wife's name as Jane. However the marriage license shows her name as Sarah Stevenson. I suspect that Sarah's middle name was Jane. I could only find them in one census since she died before 1900. As far as I know he never remarried. Sarah is my great grandfather's sister. My cousins that lived in Versailles, MO knew their daughter, so obtained much information from her.
|Ann O||Photo of Headstone for William Roussin|
Thank you so much for making time to take the photo of William Roussin's headstone. It is a wonderful photo! I appreciate your efforts for Find A Grave!!
Added by Ann O on Jul 12, 2016 8:01 AM
|Steve ||Pauline Merry|
Thanks for posting Pauline's marker.
Added by Steve on Jul 06, 2016 6:16 AM
|A Kemp||Johanna & Charles Jacobi - Photos|
Thanks for grave stone photos of Johanna & Charles JACOBI at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery
Added by A Kemp on Jul 05, 2016 10:56 PM
|Anonymous||son of William Joseph Peacock|
Hi, I'm doing research for a book about a serial killer, Waybern James Hall, who was executed in Arkansas in 1946. At that time he was a suspect in the slaying of Mr. Wehman J. Peacock in 1944 near Miami, Oklahoma. Mr. Peacock was a son of William Joseph & Caroline Wehman Peacock. Hall denied the accusation before being executed for killing his wife. I'm trying to determine if Mr. Peacock's murder was ever solved. If I could locate relatives, I might get somewhere. Do you have any suggestions? His wife was Elma Bales Peacock; they may have been married in Eddy, New Mexico in 1940. I have other possible family names, but I'm going around in circles. If you can help in any way, I would appreciate it very much.
|Nancy Garbero||Re: Thank you|
Thank you so much!
I appreciate this so much...
|In Memory Of My DAD||RE: Hello|
Thank you so much!
|Mary Ossi||Memorial #135919463|
Chester H. Hotz's mother's last name is Kirkland.
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