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I've recently gotten into family history again. It kind of goes in spurts for me. Depending on the information I'm finding at the time, I suppose. I'm currently looking for The Geislers, Fillmores, Eberts, Scotts, and Amaros. If anyone has any info, please let me know.|
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|Judith A. Churchill||RE: Rev Holbrook(s)|
Email me direct at firstname.lastname@example.org. I have lots of info. Calvin Britton holbrook was married to my 2nd great grandaunt, daughter of Isaac earhart and Ann Shafer.
|Marc & Jackie LePage||RE: Lee Walker|
The problem is that we are unable to put in his obituary, unless we have created it, or manage it. So it is up to you.
|Sue Howell||RE: Christensen|
We're related yeah! Are you aware of Neils sister Melvine and her family history and all. There is a great bio about her husband Lars in either the library or LDS family library in Brigham City. SueH71 at aol dot com
I was wondering how you are related to Soren Christense? I am a Great Great Granddaughter.
Sue Christensen Howell
|Marc & Jackie LePage||Lee Walker|
I have obtained a copy of your Grandfathers obituary and would love to put it in if possible
|God Bless ღ ~ Sandra ~||Orin Lee Walker --> Brigham Cm|
noticed you created a memeoral for Orin Lee Walker. Here is his memorial I thought you would want to include on his memorial:
BRIGHAM CITY – Orin Lee Walker, 76, passed away on Thursday, February 5, 2009 at Willow Glen Health and Rehabilitation Center in Brigham City, Utah from a valiant battle with cancer. He was born on October 25, 1932 in Mount Sterling, Utah, a son of Morris C. and Sylvia Maye Myers Walker.
Lee married Ellen Christensen on November 8, 1951 in the Logan LDS Temple. He was a member of the Brigham City 2nd Ward LDS Church serving as Sunday School President, Elder's Quorum Presidency, High Priest Counselor, Ward Clerk and as a home teacher.
Lee retired from Hill Air Force Base where he was sheet metal foreman and worked for 38 years retiring in 1987.
He loved football and basketball and supported the Box Elder Bee's for 56 years. Lee loved fly fishing, making his own flies and hunting big game.
He always had a lovely garden his whole life. He liked traveling, camping, reading and made beautiful wood work.
Surviving is his wife, Ellen, Brigham City; five children: Debra (Bill) Green, Ogden; Robin Walker, Garland; Dale (Natalie) Walker, Brigham City; Kim (Reed) Nelson, Wellsville; Tammy (Cam) Sycamore, Perry; 18 grandchildren and five great grandchildren; four brothers; William (Jeanette) Walker, Salt Lake City; Clark (Diane) Walker, Fountain Green; Ralph (Sally) Walker, Heppner, Oregon; Charles (Maxine) Walker, Nampa, Idaho; three sisters: LaVon (Marvin) Maughan, Wellsville; Venna (Merlin) Saunders, Benson; Dora (DeVon) Parkinson, Wellsville.
He was preceded in death by his parents, one sister, Melba and one granddaughter, Racheal Green.
Funeral services will be held on Monday, February 9, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. at the Brigham City 2nd Ward Chapel, 420 South 800 West.
Family and friends may visit on Sunday, Feb. 8, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Gillies Funeral Chapel, 634 East 200 South, Brigham City and on Monday at the church from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Interment will be in the Brigham City Cemetery. You may email condolences to the family at www.gilliesfuneralchapel.com.
Responsible Email: GILLIESFUNERAL@YAHOO.COM
|Cindy Baldogo||Family in Payson|
I think I got them all transferred. If I missed any, or if there are any others, just let me know. It's really no trouble at all. The list you sent the first time works just fine! Take care, Cindy
|Cindy Baldogo||Susan Brewerton - Payson|
Hello - I added Susan Brewerton's dates and linked her to Charles and daughter Susan. Let me know is there's anything else you would like to add, or if you would like their memorials transferred to you. Take care, Cindy
|SaMo History||Henry Geisler|
You'll notice the angle I took the photo is a bit odd. The sun was reflecting off the headstone, so in order to get a good shot, I had to be creative.
|SaMo History||Mary E. Geisler - Section A Lot 327 Grave A|
Next to Mary I found Henry Geisler. I did take a photograph of the headstone. If this is family, I will add it to a memorial when it is set up, just let me know.
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