|A Marine's Daughter (#46506165)|
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*****Be advised that I am presently working full time and back in college with a goal of obtaining my Master's Degree in Native American Studies. So, I am a little busy and sometimes get behind in edit requests. I appreciate your patience.******|
I'm Becky and I'm a friend to all animals and most people. I'm an American, a Montanan, a 911 Dispatcher, an EMT, a writer, a Republican, an aviation and maritime enthusiast, a firearms enthusiast, genealogist, a pianist, an aspiring violinist, and a frustrated Raiders fan.
I have an affinity for lighthouses, airplanes and most shades of purple. I was born in Utah, reared in Montana, and consider myself a Michigander at heart. My favorite states are Montana, Michigan, and Maryland. But, I haven't been to Hawai'i yet!
I believe in God the Eternal Father and in His son, Jesus Christ, and in the Holy Ghost.
I love my country and am PROUD to be an American. I support our military. I thank our veterans and those of our allies. We owe them so much. Thank you seems so small a gesture for those who have given so much so that we could be and stay free.
I am a proud missionary aunt to Anne, who is serving in North Carolina and KayReah, serving in Colorado. I hope to follow their example someday.
There are so many people that I have a deep respect for. My parents, Walter Maurice Warner and Mildred Elnora (Nash) Warner, and my sister, Brenda Lee Warner, are among them. I suppose my favorite person ever would be my Grandma, Mary Etta (Bradley) Nash.
My ancestry includes Mi'kmaq, French, Irish, British, Scottish, French Canadian, Acadian, and others we haven't confirmed yet.
My roots run deep in Michigan, Utah, Georgia, New York, New Jersey, Virginia, Tennessee, South Carolina, Nova Scotia and Quebec.
I have been adding burials from many Southwest Montana cemeteries. I have added burials from the Montana state orphanage at Twin Bridges and the state Children's Home and Hospital in Helena. I have this listed in my virtual cemeteries.
I do this because I believe that every person/being is important and deserves to be remembered. And, if just one person finds a long-lost relative or friend from my efforts, my time has been worth it.
One of my favorite TV shows as a child was The Waltons. In a guest appearance as Martha Corinne Walton, Beulah Bondi said it best, "Neglected graves are a shameful thing." I have seen some very neglected cemeteries. But, neglected veterans' graves upset me the most. I don't believe in "non-perpetual care." I want to make something clear. When I say that neglected graves are shameful, I am talking about physical neglect-- strewn with rubbish, overgrowth, gopher holes, etc. I do not in any way mean that a grave is neglected if loved ones are unable to visit it often. Why anyone would think that is beyond me, but I've gotten enough emails that I felt the need to explain that.
For reasons I don't always understand, some people are offended to find their loved ones listed on a genealogical website. Obviously, they are not genealogists themselves. While I may not always understand their feelings, I do respect them. If a record I've added is of your loved one and you want it removed, let me know POLITELY (unlike one dolt who threatened to kill me and erroneously thought that I didn't have access to enough information about him through a single e-mail to file charges) and I will gladly remove it. I am also happy to transfer ownership to relatives. Also, feel free to use any of the headstone photos I've added for non-commercial genealogical purposes.
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I found a memorial you created and wanted to say thanks! I submitted a bio for him for you to use as you see fit and some other edit info. Much appreciated :) RC
Added by RC on Apr 17, 2017 10:35 AM
|Michael Stanley Klimczak||RE: Your bio|
Good to hear. Some people are completely bonkers. I have a friend on this site that was threatened by a lawsuit if they didn't remove a memorial. What the heck is wrong with people?
|Michael Stanley Klimczak||Your bio|
Came across your bio: someone threatened to kill you over a memorial you made for a loved one of theirs? That's insane! Did you report them to the police?
|Becky||Samuel J. Boscarino|
Hi Becky! Would you consider transferring Samuel J. Boscarino's (#24772291) memorial page to me. He is an uncle. I appreciate your efforts in creating his memorial page. Thank you for considering this request. Becky #47206864
Added by Becky on Apr 05, 2017 6:05 PM
Is this the same Lillian Warner that you have listed? If so, this is her senior yearbook photo. Rachel
Added by rachel on Mar 13, 2017 12:46 PM
|David E Wanzenried||Abell|
I have found some lost relations thank to your work. Thank You
|Ruth I. Stude||Bailey family, etc.|
Thank you for accepting my edits on the memorials for the Bailey family and extended family. I appreciate it.
|M Cooley||John Ogden|
Thank you for the transfer
Added by M Cooley on Feb 23, 2017 2:22 PM
|Elaine McCabe||David P. Fletcher's Grave|
thank you so much for posting my Great-grandfather's Grave. I live in Florida, but I would certainly like to take a trip out west to visit his grave. He lived in Maine for awhile with his wife Olive A. Getchell and they had a son Thomas Riley Fletcher who was my Grandfather. He often talked about his father's experiences out west. Upon my own genealogical research, I found David P. Fletcher to have mined at Nelson Gulch and subsequently died there. I find it very heroic, a real pioneer braving the mountain and mining for gold I suppose. I take great pride in my lineage on both sides of my family. You're doing an amazing job linking people with their past. It renews the spirit of family and the ties that bind all of us together. Thanks, Elaine McCabe
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