|Valarie Vine (#46817308)|
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"LIKE A MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE"|
Essentially, every entry on Findagrave is like a message in a bottle; not the old fashioned kind that was tossed hopefully into the vast and briny sea, but the high tech one that floats out on the ether and can be accessed by thousands of searchers every day. May we make our connections with our ancestors and others like ourselves who are searchers, sentimental rememberers, and guardians of past lives and times.
"Our greatest treasure is our family, not only the warm circle around the Christmas tree, but all those whose lives gave us life, and those who will carry our love into the future." (Anonymous)
Any corrections/additions, please use EDIT tab on far right hand corner of the memorial. If I have created memorials for ANY of your family and or ancestors and you would like a transfer, please let me know and will happily transfer them to you.
Happy Genealogy Trails.
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|Marsha Souza||RE: rootsweb.com|
Looks like I'm on the right track now. I did locate that same article posted that you sent me, so that made me know I was in the right section.
Valerie, since I would like to see if I can find out if there is a way to connect with the person who submitted the article, would I be able to contact the LDS History library. Since I have the Batch number that was listed, would that be the best way, or can I just go into the LDS family search that I use and enter the Batch number?
If I need to the library, I could do that. I've been before to do some family history work. However, if I can obtain the information without going to Eastern Ave. since I am in Elk Grove, I would rather do that. However, I always like being at the history library since there are other people working on the same things. What way do you think would be best?
Appreciate your advice. This makes it more fun then doing it totally alone without being able to share the information.
|R. Jeanne Moran||Chapman transfers|
Hello Valarie: Whenever I see your name on a site, I am delighted. To me, it represents not only outstanding work, but an immeasurable graciousness and decency. I thank you for these two recent transfers; I will treat them with the honor they deserve. Best regards, Jeanne