|Roxane Copeland (#47590677)|
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My name is Roxane Copeland, I have lived in Florida most of my adult life. I presently live with my husband Michael and our 4 little dogs. I spent alot of my time now researching my ancestry and bidding on Listia.com. I love to do research on my ancestors especially since I retired from my job as a Seminole County School Bus Driver after almost 25 years of driving kids to and from school safely. I am 52 years old and I have lived in Seminole County since 1978 when we moved here to take care of my grandparents which were Albin C. and Stella A. Kendall. My grandma Stella's family was the Vincents and the Dykes who were well known. Also the Vincents had a fish store, where they use to bring in fresh fish off the boats on Lake Monroe, that was when they had barges that delivered all along the St. John's River in Seminole county. My Grandpa Kendall worked for the water plant on the corner of 13th St. and 17-92 , he also use to make baby swings for the park that he constructed in his workshop at 708 West 2nd St. where our family lived. After my Father Richard F. Kendall sold the family home due to termites another person bought it and made it look so beautiful, but a jealous neighbor got mad at the owner and burned it down to the ground, so the only part staying still is the small upstairs apt over the garage. I sure do miss the beautiful old oak tree that still stands in the yard today....|
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|K Williams||Frederick Williams|
I see your photo request for my 4x great-grandfather Frederick Williams (through David and Sabra). I plan on making the trip to his resting place this spring sometime. Do you know if his grave has a marker or what names may be close?
You're very welcome :)
No Prob! I solved my problem of a 24/7 retired husband and no alone time by doing Find a Grave! I love the cemeteries! we have some really beautifully carved stones in the Limestone Belt! all the ancestors let me do all the talking, they stand still for photos, lots of diddly squats to stay in shape...I could go on and on...but I just love genealogy too...history...being outdoors!
|Hubert Champion||RE: THANKS|
Glad I could help.
|Susan Seacord Jackson||RE: THANKS AGAIN|
Glad I could help out with getting a photo for you for your photo request from Fairview Cemetery.
|Brad Stockreef||RE: THANKS|
It was my bleasure, and thank you for letting me know what it ment to you and your family.
|Memories From The Mist||RE: thanks|
You're most welcome...always glad to help if I can!
How awesome that you were a school bus driver...you are an unsung hero in my book!
You are quite welcome. I was at the cemetery for a funeral and just happened see his gravestone and remembered that it was on the "Wanted List."
Added by Robin on Apr 26, 2014 10:15 PM
Hey Roxane, So very glad that we were able to help!
Added by Claire on Mar 05, 2014 6:24 PM
|Gordon Edwards||RE: Thanks|
You are very welcome - there are several more Dykes buried there - let me know if you're interested.
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