|Carylon Osborn Viuhkola (#47707153)|
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ECHOES OF A DISTANT PAST|
Echoes of a distant past
can be heard throughout these pages.
Each reflect a life that was lived not forgotten through the ages.
It's more than just a name or date
found on a document in a cold and drafty place.
It's a link of our past ~ tied to our future of
our lives intertwined ~ of our history interlaced.
We cannot live our future without looking at our past.
For written upon the pages of time
are stories of our forefathers that are forever will last.
What lies between the moments of our first breath
and when we perish.
Treasured memories of a life that is lived should
be recorded, shared and cherished.
Every joy and sorrow, every triumph and loss
each and every day.
Bears witness to a struggle that each of us
has to find meaning and purpose ,
To find a better way. Not for the ancestors passed on long ago, but for all the descendants to come.
Our life will never be lived in vain
if it lives on in the heart of someone.
Sandra L Creekmore Feb. 1, 2001
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|Juliane Montgomery Burbach||Confusion on Yamhill and Polk '|
maybe post this with Willamina Cemetery and it may help clear come of the confusion, then it may add to it!
Willamina is a city in Polk and Yamhill Counties in the U.S. state of Oregon.
The Yamhill County portion of Willamina is part of the Portland–Vancouver–Beaverton, OR-WA Metropolitan Statistical Area, while the Polk County portion is part of the Salem, OR Metropolitan Statistical Area.
James C. Dixon is buried in Willamina and no picture of the cemetery shows on his memorial, could you add one of the cemetery.
Thank you so much
|Teresa Howard Robertson||Mystery Solved Today!|
The first wife of an uncle of my maternal grandmother has been a mystery to me.......until today! And in finding her roots, I have found you, surely a blood relative, I believe.
I think she would be more appropriately in your hands. I'll transfer after sending this message. She is http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=54877151.
I have known her as Winnogene C. Osborn Berry. Today I found a source that has Ora Winnogene Osborn as her name. I edited her memorial to reflect that, but it could be the name I had is the actual correct one.
|Janet Erdman||RE: Orrie, Keith and Hazel Davis|
You are welcome!!!
It was my pleasure.
Added by K.B. on Oct 21, 2012 6:30 PM
I posted the marker photo for both Valera Lytle and her husband.
Added by K.B. on Oct 05, 2012 1:45 PM
|Jan Fenter||RE: MelvinCates|
You are very welcome for the photo.
|Sandy Cantrell Lindeman||RE: Esther Hastings|
I was happy to do that for you. It is important that we remember those who have gone before us. . . . Sandy
|Tim Winker||RE: Wilminko|
I did locate a marker for Mike Wilminko at Hope Lutheran Cemetery near Floodwood, MN, today, very near the grave for Hannah Wilminko. I did not find one for Karl Wilminko, but did find one next to Hannah's for Karl O. Wiitanen with the same dates as the one you requested 1870-1942. Also added the Wilminko family members buried in Forest Hill Cemetery.
|Penny Wood Spaziani||RE: George Niemela|
You are most welcome glad you like the photos.
|Tim Winker||RE: Wilminko|
I did not see a marker for Mike Wilminko, but it was a very hot day and the mosquitoes and horseflies were hungry. I have relatives (2nd-3rd cousins) buried in Hope Cemetery and somehow missed them in my quick search. It's only about 20 miles from my home so I will go back on a cooler day.
We had a particularly heavy rainfall about three weeks ago, nearly 10 inches overnight. The roads between my home (in Saginaw) and Floodwood were closed due to water across the road for several days. Hope cemetery had some damage to the road and the saturated ground allowed some markers to move a bit, bit it looks like everything is being put back to normal.
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