|Debbi Adams Gambert (#47168007)|
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Eternal rest, grant unto them, O Lord.
And let perpetual light shine upon them.
May the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
THE KING OF GLORY will show them favor. The Virgin Mary will befriend them, the Twelve Apostles will bid them welcome. O riches, more than they can ever spend. The angels will play Paradise music. God's poor, rejoicing, will in full voice sing. Far better this than a world unthinking. What joy to souls, the smile of heaven's King!
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researching: paternal lines - Canter (Joseph Canter and Millie Capps), Adams ( Wayne Adams & Margaret Jane Atkins), Lawrence, Collins, Atkins, Worthington, Cox, Vannoy, McMichael, Capps, Ball, Shipley, and Whipple; maternal lines - Burchfield, Appleby(ee), Jenkins, Miller, Hunt, Hamblin, Washburn, Hays, Metcalf. One or more descendants of these lines settled in Missouri.
My husband's lines: maternal - Spark (Shpak), Weres (Veris), Alexin; paternal - Gambert, Broetto, Thiessen
For the first two years, the majority of my memorials were created for people to whom I am related by blood or marriage. Now, I've broadened my horizons. I especially enjoy adding memorials for people who have played a role in my life; people I knew as a child growing up, etc.
*** Information for Worthington Cemetery has come from various sources. But, I would like to credit Joel Moore and Mollie Price for the cemetery census of July 30, 1983. ***
*** I have also greatly benefited from the genealogy research of Wilma Baland Adams, Bessie Lawrence McCardie Canter, A. Louise McClintock Shelton, Margie Angel Smith, Ethel "Jean" Snarr Martinsen, the folks of the Canter yahoo group, my friends here at Find-a-grave, and many others, known and unknown. ***
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OK, I do have a Find A Grave pet peeve: Please do not add memorials for someone when you do not know where they are buried. I do understand the temptation, but...
("Help With Find A Grave" FAQ) How do I add a memorial when I'm not sure what cemetery they are buried?
This is similar to adding a memorial for cremation. Do not create a new cemetery which does not exist in order to add these memorials. Location of body unknown should be used for recent deaths where the disposition is not currently known.
! ! !Final disposition should be determined and updated within 30 days! ! !
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|Mark Lasnick ||RE: William Whipple Adams|
Good point. I do scan them but usually as far as I go is ask cousins if they know who it is. Jo Ann
I am still looking for the picture with Vannoy written on it. Have found numerous unidentified old pictures. Sad. Jo Ann
Do you want Spires also. I notice Hart of some of your transfers. Are you connected to the Harts of Montgomery Co ? My g grandmother is a Hart.
|jograndma||RE: Adams and other memorial transfers|
will do - may take a few days.
Me again.. could I transfers the Adams to you. I am withdrawing from Find A Grave. If you do not want them let me know. Jo Ann
I think I still have an old photo of Vannoy. Will try to find it. My Mom said they were friends. Our family is from Montgomery County. So sure could be related. Jo Ann
|Nancy Jones||Jean Snarr|
I shared family history with Jean 1959-1963. Her line Victor Senn mine his brother Anastasius. I have no idea where her records are. Do you think it is possible that they are in a library, LDS church or somewhere in Tyler?
Debbi, thank you very kindly for sponsoring his memorial, Ted
|Dan Bentley||William Cox|
Hello. I saw the info you put on Lewis Cox's site. I wonder if you have any idea where William Cox and Mildred Shackleford Cox are buried. I imagine it was out in the hills somewhere in Pike county. They must have died between 1860-1870. I did find a William Cox in a cemetery in Pike county but I have lost that listing. Do you happen to know where that is?
William and Mildred are my three greats grandparents. Dan Bentley
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