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BarbaraLL (#47696826)
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Bio Photo I DO NOT BELIEVE in the family transfer guidelines. If I have created a memorial to a family member of yours or someone who means something special to you, I am more than happy to transfer.

Thanks to everyone who has helped me along the way! I hope in small part I have been able to return the kindness.

by Patrick Philips
It will be the past
and we’ll live there together.
Not as it was to live
but as it is remembered.
It will be the past.
We’ll all go back together.
Everyone we ever loved,
and lost, and must remember.
It will be the past.
And it will last forever.
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Linda Richards
Re: Your Help in Finding My Dad's Marker
Thank you so very much, BarbaraLL, for taking the time to help me. I pray you know how much this means to me.

God Be with You,
Added by Linda Richards on Sep 23, 2017 7:21 PM
Gracie Ann Matisyn
RE: Gleason
You're welcome 🙂
Added by Gracie Ann Matisyn on Aug 24, 2017 7:21 AM
lynn lindvall
RE: Maria Rodrigues
you're very welcome!
Added by lynn lindvall on Aug 07, 2017 10:24 AM
Cathy Tipton
RE: Burns, Eliza T
lol, random act of genealogical kindness, which this was as it is helping my research. Plus I could have included her memorial #. doh. Anyway, no need to transfer, I appreciate the offer, though. Cathy

Added by Cathy Tipton on Jul 25, 2017 1:31 PM
Cathy Tipton
Burns, Eliza T
I am researching Eliza and her husband Thomas C Burns. I wonder if you have a specific interest in her, or posting her death notice is merely a RAGK. I believe her husband may be my 2x great uncle. I look forward to hearing from you.
Added by Cathy Tipton on Jul 24, 2017 2:40 PM
Gwen Lott
Allen R. Lott # 57309417
Dear Barbara I noticed you left flowers on the Allen R. Lott site. Are you related to him? I am trying to verify his mother Mary's maiden name. I have a picture of Allen with his brothers Joe(l), John, sisters Beady & Elizabeth and his parents listed as Daniel B. & Mary (Bloodworth) Lott. I will greatly appreciate any info you have on this family line. Thanks Gwen Lott # 47774201
Added by Gwen Lott on Jul 23, 2017 9:59 PM
RE: Virginia Marotta

No need to apologize, we all have our moments.


Added by Lostnwyomn on Jun 29, 2017 9:04 AM
Donna Barron
RE: John Smith
John Smith I do believe is buried in Lakeville church yard cemetery.

My Grandmother Serena Davis Barron and her
Family are all buried in Zions church yard cemetery
We jusr buried my Aunt there yesterday.
Added by Donna Barron on Jun 09, 2017 10:44 AM
Tari Levitt Parr
RE: Benjamin Clark
I've had a few of those as well, divorced wives claiming to being widow. SMH

Her name was Elizabeth Gertrude Clark Gaba. I believe the VA records use Gertrude Gaba more frequently.

She was the daughter of Cornelius Clark, who was an older brother to my Benjamin F. Clark. Cornelius and Benjamin were the children of Joseph D. & Elizabeth Canfield Clark.

Benjamin was born about Dec 1843, Hocking County, Ohio.


Added by Tari Levitt Parr on Jun 07, 2017 8:46 PM
Tari Levitt Parr
RE: Benjamin Clark
I know exactly what you mean as I too create memorials for folks who died in those places.

It's really difficult to tell with this Benjamin though. He was not literate, he lived a very difficult life. He was in and out of VA facilities for years. The last time was in 1921 in Dayton. From those VA records, it's pretty clear that he was a very ill man and was lucky to have survived the Civil War. He was drifter for many, many years, but all of the VA records showed the same unit and the same niece as his next of kin.

My main issue is that the death certificate says Benjamin E. mine was definitely Benjamin F. There is a world of difference between a phonetic E and F. The more I think about it, I'm not truly sure if its him or not. Also, the age was not exact, but since he not literate he may not have known or he may have been too ill to say. I simply do not know.

People who were institutionalized and veterans have a special place in my heart. I've made several memorials for people completely unrelated to me because of that.


Added by Tari Levitt Parr on Jun 07, 2017 6:59 PM
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