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I have to admit,I am addicted to researching my ancestry! It has been the only thing that has kept my attention for 22 + years now ;). I was raised and still reside in sunny Florida, a long way from my roots of Kanawha West Virginia were both my parents were born and raised. |
We little knew that morning, God was going to call your name, In life we loved you dearly, In death we do the same.It broke our hearts to lose you, You did not go alone. For part of us went with you The day God called you home
You left us beautiful memories, Your love is still our guide, And though we cannot see you, You are always at our side.Our family chain is broken, and nothing seems the same, But as God calls us one by one, The chain will link again.
I am more than willing to transfer a memorial under the"Family First" policy! Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Please Explain your relationship in the request as the majority of my memorials are my immediate Families As in "my opinion" should be!
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|Malena Shafford||Brenda Stone|
Weather permitting, we will be going out tomorrow in an attempt to locate the grave stone for your loved one at Sylvan Lake. Do you have any idea what section we should begin looking? :)
|Paul Baltzer||Sylvan Lake Cemetery|
I found this contact. Have you tried this contact below?
SYLVAN LAKE CEMETERY UPKEEP FOUNDATION INC
226 MAUREEN DR
call Claudia Muse 407-322-8688 who is the POC for the organization.
|Darren Young||Surname Oliver...not Boley|
Sorry I put in "Boley" instead of "Oliver" in my message asking about origin. However, I see Jerry Morrison Oliver's sister has a married name of Boley also so you may know their origin too. So I'll rephrase it: :)
So thank you and do you know what the origins of the Oliver and Boley name are? Most of my ancestry is German on both sides and I'm "guessing" that the surnames "Oliver" and "Boley" are either German and/or Italian that got "Americanized" when coming to America. Thank you AGAIN for your times as well and God Bless You....(double). ;)
|Darren Young||Request completed re: Jerry Morrison Oliver|
I have added my great-grandfather (yours too I see!) so our great-grandfather Jerry Morrison Oliver (1877 - 1931) # 28887349 as requested to:
Father-John Weston Oliver Find A Grave Memorial# 40116185
Mother-Lydia Margaret Cameron Oliver Find A Grave Memorial# 40116202
Kewl and thank you for that is "NEW" information I can add to my family history. Jerry Morrison Oliver & spouse Rosalina Boley Oliver (1882 - 1958) # 28887352 are my dad's maternal grandparents with their child Virginia Arizona Oliver Young (1913 - 2009) # 41058612 being dad's mother, i.e. my paternal grandmother.
So thank you and do you know what the origin of the Oliver name is? Most of my ancestry is German on both sides and I'm "guessing" that the surname "Boley" is either German or Italian that got "Americanized" when coming to America. Thank you for your times as well and God Bless You.
|Jenifer Crone||RE: Clarence Young|
Sorry it took me so long to get this done. I don't ready my message wall a lot. Just happened upon your message. It is quicker to get things done if you use the Edit Tab on each memorial page. I have transferred Clarence Young. :)
Hi, My line runs into the Stoneking/Chaplin family. James Stoneking m. ?Murphy/?; their daughter Charlotte Stoneking m. John Chaplin; their daughter Sarah Ellen Chaplin m. David G. Smith (Rbt Smith and Martah Eakin); their daughter Susie Maud Smith m. Moses Sylvester Gum; their daughter Marjorie Velma Gum m. Theodore Y. Kidd; their daughter is me. Of course, there are other children, this is a simplified version. We have been doing genealogy since the 1950's - when nothing was available unless you could get the relatives to talk.
Added by Alice on May 28, 2012 8:07 PM
|Robert Fitch||Peter C Harper|
Peter C Harper is buried in Hall and Edmound section D lot 11. There is NO marker for him, but there is a marker for Sarah Harper Wife of P C Harper Jan 17, 1842 - Sep 6, 1927. If you add her I will post her pic or I can send it to you.
|Robert Fitch||Lula Belle Ross|
I have a close up of her name, just like Davidson's. If you add the memorial, I will add the picture
|JC||Lula Belle Ross|
Lula Belle Ross is a listed burial within Spring Hill Cemetery (b.12.5.1889, d.11.29.1948., bur 12.1.1948). I won't be there for a while but it will certainly help whomever if you can contact the Cemetery and post the plot locations (1555 Farnsworth Drive Charleston, WV 25311-1507 304- 348-8010).
Added by JC on Mar 20, 2010 10:02 AM
|Julie Davis||RE: George D. Foskey|
You are more than welcome. I have also uploaded his wives part of the headstone and added her to the cemetary. Along with a relationship between the two. Let me know if you need any others in my area, I tend to go to cemeteries on monday and tuesdays.
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