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I LOVE TO WALK CEMETERIES and TAKE PICTURES OF THE STONES AS I READ THEM~most time there is already a memorial up which needs a pic, and so I add it....other times I have to make a memorial TO PUT A PICTURE
RECENTLY IT SEEMS THEY HAVE "CRAWLED OUT OF THE WOODWORK",perhaps coming from the "un-named site" that has EVERYONE adding WHATEVER "they" want to whatever person "they" care to, and in the process they have created information that is UNTRUE and IRRELAVANT and is then copied by another person who believes it is true, and the circle CONTINUES!!
I and RELATIVES I KNOW are related -constantly scoure family records IN OUR POSSESSION-what is added -is what we have checked and double checked~~when we find documents that are exceptionally interesting and realize other relatives haven't had access to this information--I post it to their memorials.
PLEASE SIGN INTO FINDAGRAVE if you have any edits, requests,as without an email address or member page that I can leave a message at if I have a question or a family member questions what is on their loved ones page, you can be contacted. I realize some people don't want their last names on their member page, myself being one...BUT you can still become a member of findagrave using your first name only, initials, or anything you might like.
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It's the soldier, not the reporter who has given us Freedom of the Press. It's the soldier, not the poet, who has given us Freedom of Speech. It's the soldier, not the campus organizer, who has given us the Freedom to Demonstrate. It's the soldier, not the lawyer, who has given us the Right to a Fair Trial. It's the soldier who salutes the flag, serves under the flag and whose coffin is draped by the flag. ~Father Dennis Edward O'Brien, USMC
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The brave may not live forever, but the cautious do not live at all. Author unknown
Without the brave efforts of all the soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines and their families, this nation, along with our allies around the world, would not stand so boldly, shine so brightly and live so freely. Lane Allen Evans
THE INVISIBLE SOLDIER
You can tell by the twinkle in her eye
At parades when the flag marches by
She served our country and she served it very well
Some have served a tour or two in hell
She suffered hardship and never ceased to care
it gave us strength just to know she was there
She was a leader, you could tell by the rank she wore
but she became the invisible soldier after the war
She can march, she can fly, she can sail
She proved that bravery isn't exclusive of the male
But she became the invisible soldier after the war
Now it is finally time to right a wrong
HONOR our sister soldier, HEAR her song
It's very clear that she,was a patriot to the core
Don't let her be the invisible soldier anymore.
BY Sarge Lintecum
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Hi Gennie I was just wondering why the relative themselves isn't requesting transfers?
Hi Gennie, it is nice to meet another cousin on Find A Grave. So far I have identified 19 Prettyman family members that I am related to. All are back east in the state of DE. Most are cousins, but a few are great-grand relatives. They are all from the 1700's. My direct Cary family members left DE about 1837 and headed to IL. I hope your bible records will reveal some family members dates. Have a great day, Walt
Added by Walt on Apr 14, 2014 12:55 PM
|Anonymous||RE: Janie Jester|
I hate to ask anything else so this is for the When You Have Time list, please. I was trying to see how Janie's family fits with other Jones families and can't find a thing, even her parents' (Lorenzo C & Clarisa) deaths. Is that something you would have in your materials or is Janie just a spouse? Thanks again.
|Stephen Keefe||RE: HEY|
That's really strange, the photo of Lola Davidson's gravestone. Not sure what to make of it. Could be the sun hitting the lens out of frame. I've never found something like that in my shots, though. Hmmmm.
Tks Gennie! No I wasn't connected to Find a Grave then. Black Aggie is in Druid Ridge in Balt Co. but I can't remember her name-also she may have been moved because the kids always did bad things to her around Halloween!Thanks for the other pics!
Added by sanford on Apr 08, 2014 3:49 PM
Wow!! I have seen something similar happen long ago while photographing "Black Aggie" in the cemetery in Baltimore.Same red dot which seemed to move around a little and a "specter" drapped over the figure on the tomb!
Added by sanford on Apr 08, 2014 6:16 AM
|Russ Pickett||By the way ....|
You didn't upset me at all in your last email. Just been busy and haven't responded my friend.
|David P. Wilson||RE: LOLA|
|David P. Wilson||RE: looky looky|
OMG: That's surreal! Did you take that through a closed car window? I ask, as could there be any possibility it was an interior reflection in the glass? Of course, if so, it may mean you have a ghost IN your car!!! lol. Either way, spooky stuff! Awesome pictures!!! Now you'll need to find out how Lola died! And, don't forget that whatever Lola wants, Lola gets! lol
|Sherlocks Cousin||Hey - Lola's memorial|
OMG!!!!!!!!!!!! Roy says you have been around dead people way too long!!! The red dot appears in the first pic - guess she was on her way in for the 2d pic. AMAZING pic sis. Hugs
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