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Mitch (#47395172)
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Bio Photo I remember when I was little, going to cemeteries on Memorial Day, and cleaning and touching the headstones and feeling a connection even to those who had long passed. When my great-grandmother passed away, she gave me pictures of her mother, and it boggled my mind that this image conveys the expression of someone I will never meet, yet somehow know...because they are a part of me. I look to them for strength, and I know I will do great things on my ancestors' sacrifices... I feel it is my charge to honor their memory, and help anyone the best I can. Since starting this hobby, I have met SO many people from all walks of life that share common blood with me and I feel blessed to know them.‎"Those who take no interest in the deeds of their ancestors are not likely to do anything worthy to be remembered by their descendants. Anonymous"
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Vesta Smith
Thank you for the info--I had found it on the 1930c and I knew Elsie when she was married to Vernon Wellsandt. Have therefore requested the correction on Elsie memorial along with the names of her parents, as well as the infor on Vesta. Do you have any idea info on her brother Arnold Thank you & cheers
Added by gapwork90 on Dec 27, 2011 1:50 PM
Vesta Smith #4124-3142
I wonder if you can help me. According to Wash State marriage records, Vesta's maiden name was Verner--do you know if that is correct spelling and perhaps would you know the name of her parents. Thank you & cheers
Added by gapwork90 on Dec 20, 2011 4:50 PM
Roger Jensen
Lynn Jensen
Thank you so much for remembering Lynn. She always thought so mutch of you. Roger B. Jensen
Added by Roger Jensen on Jul 12, 2011 11:33 PM

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