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|Ella Searcy (#46798496)|
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If I add someone and the family would like that person removed or give info to add please contact me. Thanks to all the wonderful people on this site leaving notes for Leslie.Please leave flowers for my mom, Erna Hlinak, and my brother Charles Hlinak, my husband George Searcy. Right now I am battling stage 4 recurrent small lung cancer and am not able to be here as often as I would like, This site has been ablessing to me, I know I am not alone and there are so many great people here who touch my heart. May God Bless you all and thank you for taking the time to leave flowers for my loved ones.|
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So sorry Ella, I see now it was Leslie and not Lindsay. She was a beautiful young lady. My sister also lost a 16 year old son and her spouse, simultaneously in vehicular accident; caused by a drunk driver.
|Martha Ratliff||Collins Research|
First, I am so sorry for the tragic loss of your Dau, Lindsay. (Hopefully, I got it all correct from reading the Find A Grave Page. My reason for contact, is I have for many years researched the Moseley Family of GA and FL. Annie K. Collins-Searcy, was the Dau of Queen Victoria Moseley-Collins and Wm H. Collins. Queen Victoria was born in Emanuel Co, GA in 1892, to Leander and Missouri Moseley of Toombs Co, GA. Queen's spouse, Wm H. died in 1945 and was buried in Toombs Co, GA. Queen Victoria was my Grandfather, Dewitt Moseley's sister. My Grandparents lived in Plant City, FL and my Aunts were friends with the Collins girls, their first cousins. Though I never met Annie Katherine, I do recall meeting her sister, Susie M. Collins when I as young in Plant City, at an Aunt's house. Susie may have a married name of Ramon now. My old geneaology notes indicated that Queen Victoria was buried in Lakeland, Polk Co, FL, but I have not located where on Find A Grave. I have now located all of her children, except for Flora A. born abt 1915 (don't know married name) and an Arlie born about 1929. These are sisters of Ann Katherine's and several are buried in Lakeland. Would you have any clues as to where their Mother, Queen Victoria Moseley-Collins might be buried, perhaps without a marker.
Thanks in advance.
Martha Ratliff (E/M: MRatliff1964@comcast.net)
Thank you Ella for the flowers/tokens and lovely comments you leave on my mom's (Merry Eiland) memorial. I truly appreciate them and I know she does too.
Added by MEMORIES on Jun 23, 2017 11:18 AM
|C.||Thank You Ella|
Thank You very much for your kindness and visiting our Memorial's. We appreciate your time and your visits to our family members are noticed.
I am sincerely sorry for your loss in your Beautiful daughter Leslie. Your Memorial bio you wrote for her and her pictures are a Tribute to Honor Her. I visited her memorial and your family members. I may have missed Leslie's friend you mentioned, I will look again for her.
As well as the many loved ones you've lost. Leslie son, Tristan is a handsome young grandson, you have.
Prayers for you and your family.
I Thank You very much and I hope this finds you well. And, Spring Blessings.
Added by C. on Apr 08, 2017 9:10 AM
|Donna Beem or Donna Marie pethel beem💕||Thank you!!|
For beautiful tokens ..God bless you and appeciate your kindness!!😀😀
|Altaria 🍃||Thank you~*|
Thank you so very much for your kind visits to my memorials!
|Pascale||Trevor Albert Price|
Thank you so much for showing kindness on my Fathers site. Regards, Pascale
Added by Pascale on Jun 18, 2016 10:56 AM
|Zina ♥︎ Bee||Thank you ♥|
Thank you for taking the time to visit my featured memorial for June 2016, Zachary Killinger. He was such a brave young man, fighting a terrible, incurable, 100% fatal disease - Batten Disease. It means a lot to me that you would come and leave a token for him.
I hope you have a good rest of your week.
for visiting my husbands memorial & for the beautiful token & your expression of sympathy as I appreciate it more then you'll ever know...
Have a great upcoming week-end -_-
~ Beth ~
Added by Beth on Mar 17, 2016 4:32 PM
|vera 🍁swensen||Dear Ella|
Thank you so much for visiting my son Mark's Memorial and leaving a token..Very much appreciated...🌹
Happy St. Patrick's Day to you n family🍀...Vera
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