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Donna & Don (#47373000)
 member for 6 years, 1 month, 21 days
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Bio Photo I started doing genealogy in 1989 so the generations yet to come will know their history and from whence they came.

Good luck with your search!

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Most of my memorials are for relatives but not all. If you are a relative of any of the names I have entered other than my own family line and would like them transferred to you for maintenance, let me know.

If mistakes have been made, please contact me so I can correct them. I will gladly make corrections though ONLY via the Suggest A Correction route.

The best keeper of a memorial page is a family member. If I have one or 5, please let me know I will be happy to transfer them to you as long as they are not closely related to me. Memorials are about remembering those who have passed away and doing the best we can at being accurate.

Each memorial created is to remember a precious loved one.

••Please give copyright credit Donna & Don for any on my photos you use.••
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Dad's Family (5)
Don's Family (67)
Ivy (9)
Little Cemetery (15)
My Family (120)
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Donna S.
I'm so sorry
Mom,

I'm so sorry to learn of your mother's passing last year. I know you two were close. I hope you are finding some measure of peace and comfort since she joined the Lord above. We send our love, and the kids send theirs.

D.
Added by Donna S. on Sep 28, 2016 9:01 AM
 

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