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Jeanne Bergstrom (#48018649)
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junebug
RE: Benjamin Harrison Maynard

Jeanne,

My pleasure... and thank you.
Remember to let me know, if you want him transferred to you.
Meanwhile, Blessing and good luck back to you.

Susan

Added by junebug on Jan 07, 2013 11:48 AM
junebug
RE: Benjamin Harrison Maynard


Mrs. Bergstrom,

So glad to make your acquaintance. I was actually researching a Hubbard line (of TN), in an attempt to locate some family (possibly) belonging to my great-great-grandmother. I had high hopes, especially for one Mollie Hubbard.

I ended up chasing a rabbit, as they say, making sure that the Mollie Hubbard, for whom I'd found records, was not in her line. Sadly, I'm still stuck.... but, I found that this particular Mollie had married a Benjamin Harrison Maynard. Your fella (did you know that there was another one # 3033193 (in the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery)?).

Anyway, in the process of "fleshing out," who that Mollie really was. I found some pretty clear records. If I come across something like that, with such fine records, yet find there is no findAgrave memorial, then I sometimes (lol, I should emphasize SOMETIMES) create one.... hoping that one day, a descendant will find it and want it. Especially since the records have to be paid for and, perhaps another searcher can't afford such access.

So, after some research to see "who in the world is Benjamin Harrison Maynard?" (You didn't have memorial number in your note... LOL.) My long version of a short answer to your question of "Can you tell me your connection to the family?" is: I'll gladly answer, "Sadly, none."

If you'd like to give me more information, as in your grandmother's full name and place of interment... I'll gladly created a memorial for her, too... and link her to your grandpa.

OR

If you're going to be on findAgrave and would like your grandfather's memorial to be transferred to you. Just go to his memorial and click on the [Edit} tab (upper right hand corner), then click on the "Suggest a correction or provide additional information" line, and request transfer (include his # 98733384) and your number too (# 48018649))

Thats considered proper form (I know, I sound silly saying that, but thats what they all say you should do. "They" being the ones who've been on findAgrave a decade and have feb of thousands of memorials).

Finally, please accept my condolences in the loss of your grandparents. I still truly miss mine, as they've all passed since many years back. My great comfort is knowing that they trusted Jesus with the forgiveness of their sins and that He has blessed them (and me) with the promise of a resurrection on that "Great and terrible day of the Lord." So, while I miss them greatly now and then, I do know that I will see them again one day. I hope you, too, have this comfort. Meanwhile, I offer my sympathies and, again, appreciate your contact.

junebug
(Susan)



Added by junebug on Jan 05, 2013 5:38 PM
 

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