|Ted Johnston (#48208488)|
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|Janet S. Alvis||Lona|
Hello, Ted. I may be related to your Lona. Would you mind emailing me at email@example.com? I am not sure I am, but my earlier records may match up with your later records. Thank you - Janet
|Christina Ahl Lawalin||RE: Re: Lambs.|
You are very WELCOME. Family belongs together. Please let me know when you plan your trip. I would love to meet the both of you! Blessings ~ Christina
|Christina Ahl Lawalin||Lamb Transfers|
Ted, after careful consideration, I have transfered John and Beulah Lambs memorials over to you. I think that you will be a great asset to the completion of our research with the Lamb Cemetery. Also I feel all family should be together and I am not direct. I had requested that Solomon Lamb be connected a while back (May have been lost in requests) Solomon and Elizabeth, his wife, are buried in the Lamb Cemetery, Rome, Perry County, IN. Note: Two Lamb Cemeteries in Perry County, the one at Tobinsport and the other at Rome. His son Solomon II married my GGG Aunt Marilla Miller, both are also buried at Rome in the Lamb Cemetery. Blessings ~ Christina
|Christina Ahl Lawalin||Lamb Memorials|
First and foremost I would like to say Welcome to Find A Grave, and THANK YOU for sponsoring the Lambs' memorial pages! It is a wonderful thing you have done. Second, as I have corresponded with several of their decendants, May I ask how you decend from them?
I am taking your request into concideration.
A friend and I are researching the Lamb Cemetery and trying to locate all the burials and missing stones plus adding all the history for each family before it is totaly lost. It is still a work in process.
Many stones are gone today due to age of the stones and a Tornado that hit in 2002, the Lamb Cemetery being in the path.
Pvt. John Lambs is still standing strong. It is a DAR monument ca 1930's. According to local History his was the first burial in the cemetery. Beulah's stone is still being located, as in the last known recording of the cemetery in 2000 her is not listed.
Blessings ~ Christina
|High Plains||Robert Taves memorial|
Welcome to Find a Grave!
I have transferred your uncle's memorial to you as requested.
High Plains :)
Ted I transfered The memorial for Edith Conley,I was wondering, you didn't ask's about Kelley Sue Conley 1951-1989,Is her also related and would you like me to transfer her's too.Please let me know. God Bless Lydia
Added by LYDIA H. on Sep 15, 2013 7:34 AM
|Christopher Baker||RE: Lona Brouillet,|
Ted, normally I would only transfer to direct relatives but since you sponsored the memorial I will transfer them to you. To make things easy and so you know how to do it in the future go to the memorial (be logged in). In the upper right choose Edit and then Suggest a Correction. This is commonly referred to as SAC. In that form just request transfer referring to your public post on my wall. I typically have a copy sent to me when I do this (a check box). I get an email for my records and links to make the transfer easily.
One note, please don't expect that you will be able to "manage" all your relatives, this is not really to goal here.
Welcome to F.A.G.
Welcome to Findagrave...
I grew up in Oswego and hopefully,many years from how, I will be buried on my parents' grave in Pearce Cemt. in Oswego.
Left Oswego in 1969 for California and have lived here ever since. Go back for at least a month each summer to visit family and tend to mom, dad and brother John's grave.
Glad you found the website and any memorials I might have made for your family and friends, let me know.
|hatt||RE: Re: Johnston Transfers (2)|
Not a problem I'm happy to do so. I have had photo requests out for the headstones since 2010
looks like I might need to take a trip to the cemetery soon to get the photos.
Added by hatt on Aug 22, 2013 2:02 PM
|hatt||Sorry typo didnt get it.|
Added by hatt on Aug 21, 2013 9:13 PM
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