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Roger Price (#47697237)
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Bio Photo I'm Roger L. Price and am retired. Live in Marion, Indiana. I love geneology. I have extensive files on the Prices of Laketon, Roann. Also the Bashores of N. manchester. Grew up there.
Each year, I spent a month of summer school vacation at my grandmother Emma (Thompson) Price house in Laketon when I was little. Relative names Price, Bashore, Thompson, Mote, Boblet, McGlennen, and down the chains, Butterbaugh, Reahard, McClain.....on & On wife side, Cumberland, Denton, Studebaker..
I attemted to try a couple of "Famous" people. I was actually first on Leonard Nimoy and Lesley Gore. But first doesn't mean anything on Famous people, its the judges of the overall memorial, OB, and if your in the right group that counts. My recommendation don't waste your time trying.
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Jean P. Ireland #83451463
Roger I just wanted to thank you for adding the photos of my uncle's head stone. I was unable to find the one that I had. My grandparents (Frank & Ella Louise Ireland)kept in touch with the Price family in Laketon all the time. I used to spend a couple weeks in Laketon with my Aunt Mary (Goehler) Ohmart, & I remember visiting with your family.
Added by Bcarr on Nov 28, 2014 8:12 AM
Billie Keaffaber
Memorial 98247563
I would like to request that memorial 98247563 have his parents memorial added. I like to request transfer of this memorial if he's not family. He's my husband uncle. His parents numbers are 31828005 and 31828015. My number is 47113348 thank you for your assistance.
Added by Billie Keaffaber on May 05, 2014 1:29 AM
Joe Verreau
RE: John Thompson
will do. I took on the project of trying to find the memorials of the fatalities from that wreck as there are ten of them buried here along with a very nice memorial from the showmen around the country. John is one that I had trouble with. I was pretty sure he was interred in Largo but apparently misread which cemetery. Are you related to John? Joe Verreau
Added by Joe Verreau on Apr 30, 2014 8:46 PM
Justin Shaneyfelt
Transfer Alvin E. Miller
could you transfer Alvin E. Miller to me (Justin Shaneyfelt 48404643) He is my wife's uncle. Thanks Alot
Added by Justin Shaneyfelt on Apr 24, 2014 10:19 AM
Dawn Comstock
Aurie Bashore
Hey Roger, I created a memorial for Wesley O. Bashore's 1st wife Aurie Irey in Fairview. (Mem# 121738663) There is a record of a daughter in law of Hiram buried there. I looked at all the sons and it would appear that Wesley 1st wife would be the most likely. If you have any other info or think I am not correct let me know. Thx, Dawn
Added by Dawn Comstock on Dec 14, 2013 5:50 PM
Kent Freed
Elsie's boys
Roger, talked to Mom. Here's the news. Max, the youngest, passed away several years ago. About four or five years. Skip, the middle son, lives in Michigan somewhere. Jim, the oldest, resides in Elkhart, In. I hope this helps you somehow. Talk to you later. Kent
Added by Kent Freed on Dec 09, 2013 7:08 AM
Kent Freed
Answering what I can.
Roger, I printed your questions and now I'll try to answer as many questions as I can. And, since I'm a young sixty it probably won't be many. But here goes nothing: Yes you do have Uncle Bob and dad clearly marked. Great job from memory! As far as transferring the site I would prefer you keep it because you have done such a great job on it. I do guess however, there will come a time to take it over. Just let me know when that time comes. As far as using the public forum I find it quite okay because we are not trading family secrets or skeletons in any of the family's closets, or Aunt .... so and so's secret fruit cake recipe.(I heard it was the rum,eh?) Anyway, Aunt Joanne passed away early last year, if not, definitely in 2010, and she is survived by her husband, Uncle Bob Beers and three sons with the attendant grandkids. Aunt Nancy is still alive and living with her youngest daughter in Elkhart, In. We don't have a picture of Dad's marker yet. Mom, aka: Maryann, is still kicking and living in Sarasota, Fl. Elsie's two other boys, and this is a shame being my step-uncles, I have forgotten their names. But I promise you I will get them from Mom. Just as an aside, Dad always complained that Elsie's boys always got treated better then Paul's boys. Not that it matters a hoot anymore. Max is the name of the youngest Elsie boy and probably the one in front named Phillip. Just remembered his name. But that's how he felt about it. Who wouldn't transfer the information about Dad's grave site to you? I'd sure like to know. We're not talking about nuclear secrets here! Well Roger, I'll say goodbye for now and hope to hear from you soon. Hope all is well with you and your loved one's as well.
Added by Kent Freed on Dec 05, 2013 10:26 AM
Kent Freed
RE: Thanks Mr. Price
Mr. Price, I recall going to family reunions, during the hot Summer months, and remember several of the ladies there had the disease. I also remember playing in a creek that ran behind the person's home that we attended. For all I know you and I might have played together in that same creek during the reunions? Back then though, dialysis was but a dream to the unlucky ones that contracted the disease. My Uncle Bob, Dad's older brother, had it and died quite early on in life. Dad, however, was lucky to live at a time when dialysis came into its own and he lived to be fifty three. I am now sixty and still doing well for an old man! Patty, the youngest, has it too. The two other siblings were lucky enough to escape the disease. If you live in Florida maybe we can get together and share family war stories from our past? I know I would certainly enjoy meeting you some time in the near future. Let me know what you think about this. If nothing else, please keep in touch. Thanks, Kent
Added by Kent Freed on Nov 26, 2013 6:19 AM
Kent Freed
Thanks Mr. Price
Dear Mr. Roger Price, Although I don't know who you are exactly, I certainly do appreciate all that you have done for my Dad on this site. I was just made aware of it this weekend. The photos are great to see! Dad's first name is spelled "Riley." His bio Mom apparently died very young from a brain anyurism (sp) suffered in a car accident. At least that is what dad always said. He did die from complications from a genetic disease called polycystic kidneys. Thanks Bayshores! Children with an affected parent run the risk of 50%-50% of developing this terrible disease and an eventual life of dialysis for their duration. It is passed down from one generation to the next. You can go online to check it out for yourself. Anyway, thanks again for your due diligence on this site. It was truly a fantastic find for me! I will pass on this info to my siblings if they are unaware of it. Thanks again. I take it his Mom was your Aunt. Let me know, please. Kent Freed
Added by Kent Freed on Nov 23, 2013 6:55 AM
Night Angel
Hi Roger
I just went ahead and transferred all of them to you as it appears they are related to you in some way.
I always like having family care for there memorials.
No need to give them back.
Added by Night Angel on Oct 12, 2013 4:57 PM
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