|Anna Mae Baxter (#47063677)|
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I am originally from Wichita Kansas, land of Dorothy and the Wizard! Moved to sunny Tucson Arizona some 30+ years ago. I am mother to 2 beautiful adult children and grandmother of 2 gorgeous gbabes. Family research has been my passion for most of those 30 years. Mrs Janie Lewis, my-mother-in-law (dod 2003 buried in Ford Cemetary with her husband and parents, Benton, KY)was my driving force and inspiration. God bless her! She researched the residents of Marshall County, Kentucky and with the assist of many, published 'Marshall County Kentucky', which I am proud to be a part of.|
I have served as President of the Saddlebrooke Genealogy Club, and VP of said club. Also teach and on occassion speak at many societies across the nation. My research has only scratched the surface of my family, and now, my 15 year old granddaughter has chosen to jump on board and assist and become most involved in the search!
I am so blessed!and so remember...
'life does not end with death'
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|Rick and Kathy Wright||Michael Robinson|
Thank you very much for sponsoring Michael Robinson.
Rick and Kathy Wright
|Richard Jordan||RE: Doris Vincent Wilson|
I will be glad to help in any way. My wife's father grew up in Lancaster. Just to be clear what are the last names buried in Taylor?
Anything I've done at Ft Logan is a labor of love to our Vets. I don't have anymore info than what is on the site. However, if you call the cemetery (303-761-0117)they can tell you what mortuary was used. Because they are a federal facility that is all they can tell you. By getting the name and number of the mortuary you may be able to find a gold mine. I have had much success in this route in the past. I would love to meet up with you the next time you're in Denver. Good luck with your venture.
Added by Concetta on Mar 03, 2010 5:41 AM
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